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THE NATIONAL REFUBLICAli
3V Kflttaai towMirtra.
ATM . ADYIRTIIINO.
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Edltorlal otle si Mnte per llae,ean laaertlon
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AdfrtleieBtMm.BBdr.ho heed i of Waata.For
81. Par Rent, Loot uJFmiI, IbmmIob, U eeaU
Mr Itao aeqeBt laoertloa half prla.
Sis Uih ar laee aeaatUate iqura,
Ad rattle inenU hoald be handed la before) alia
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THI WIUtLT IITIOBUL aaTOIUCAK
l pillat.4T.rr FrU.7 Moralist Oi. mp? ... yMr
too 1 nm mpIm oh rwr, ttooi t m.u.
WASHINGTON CITY. D. C. WI'.DNSDAY HORNING. OCTOBER 17. 1886.
Th) pMblle Iiwi ff (ha Vmltad nUftta;, u Ravlaad .bk1 CrrcU4, eM OflUUMr Ibllahd la. thla JcrarmaJ bjr Authority.
P F I 0 I AL.
Wit Dtf ABTHIIT. .
iojlTTAirT Oibibal' Orrici, I
Warrixutojt, Scptombor U, 1Mb. J
RULES AXD REGULATIONS FOB Till PAYMENT
OF HUDVT1KS UNDER TH ACT TO EQUALIZE
BOUNTIES, APPROVED JOLT 85, IMS.
1. All appllealloB aha.ll be lied wlthla tb parte of
ilx mo oth i, from lb lit dy ' October, ISM,
for fcT payments arc uada.ibaU b tlaailBaA by
rrglmtnta, battalion, or other operate organ latlona,
tod a application flled after that pertt. ehnll ba eet
tied antlt the fottncritei. hare been paid.
1 No applleatloa aha.ll ba eatcrtalead aalaaa aeeow
pealed by tb ortf leal dlubfgt of tba loldter, and tha
affldarU raqnlrad by tba lltb aectlon of tlje it, aad tba
forth ar affidavit that b baa not received, Mr la ba a
lUltd to roeeW iron tb UatUd State, aadar nay law
or rtf nUtloa ptlor to lb act of Jnly ISlh, 1185, aaor
than $100 boaaty for nay aad a 1 military eertUe rea
dared by bit daring tb Into rebnlllan. ovf aad abate
tb amoant therein elatmeeV
5 All applleatlea for tba addlUoaal boaaty, aalbor
liad by tbla act, from BorvlTlag aoUUra, aball ba la tb
form berelaafUr prerlbd, aad (be evidence of Idea
tliy ihall b th iiim aa I aw repaired, aad eppllea
tloo from tb htlra of deaid aoldlan aball b la tb
form tow repaired by lb Troaiary Deptrtaitat.
4 AaaaaaiasanUtHoaM lb claim of aty
rrglmaat, or atbaf lldapaadtal orgaaltattoa, aball bava
bata proparly acttd opoa.th Paymattor Oaaaral aball
tak tb DKMitry aUpa fjr tbalr prompt paynaal
fl. AraiUtaraballba kapt la lb ryamttr Ota
aral'a Ofloa, aad alao la tb oO of tb Mooad Aadl
tor, of all cUlma praa'ated aadar tb law la wblek
lh eUlnaata will bo clatalnod by raglmaata, dto. If
tba cta.ma bo allowad, tbiooaatof boaaty paid to
oaeb will bo avtad, aad If Mjoctad, tb aa of rJo
tloa will bodlatlactly atatad.
6 la tbo appLlcatloaa for bonnly, aa roqalrad by tho
3d of thoaa rulea.tho affldaTltaball aut tub aad oiary
partoduf ierrlcreadid by tb daimaat, aad alao
that b aavar airvod otbarwli thaa aa tharala alatod.
7 Orgaoliatloaa lrrrgalarly la tba aortic of . tbo
United 6utoa,or callad oat for aptclal parpoaaa, aa
Sl&UUllltla, tln Unarla,o,aid ot laeladad la
lhogarlbooaty lawa,kr avt laeladad wlthla tb
tnaaolagor tb act
8 SoUltra vallrUd for "throo yaaraor darlag tbo
war," wbo wra discharged by raaaoa of tba tarmlaa
tloa of tho war, aball bo coaaldarod aa bavlag tarveo
out t.a parted of thatr aullttment, and are oatlilod to
buaaly nador tbla aet.
9 Tho nilaortty of halre.cltlmaala for boaoty oadar
thla act, iAat bo provaa to have exlated at Iho date of
IU paiaaga Paraata ahall raceWeofnffy tho boaaty
to which they nuy bo oatlilod aa halra, aoleaa tho
fatbar baa abandoaod th aopport of hla faulty, la
which aao It ahall be paid to tho mother. Koarool
daoee la tho Uolttd btataa aball sot bo a bar to Iho
clalnaof belra.who wooldotberwlae legally laharlt
The provlaloaa wf the act exdade from IU baaefiu tho
1, Thoa who, after aarvlag tbo fall period of their
ODlUlaiaut, wore dUbuaoiably dlacharged at lta oipl
3 Those dlacharged dorlsg oallatment by way of
favor or punishment
3 Those discharged oa aceoaat of disability eoa
Iractod lathe service, bat Bet oocaaloaed by woaada
recelvtd "lathe lu vt daly," who aball aot have
pravloaaly served two or three year respectively at
tho time of discharge.
4 Those discharged oa aceoaut of disability aalatlng
at the time of their ealiatwoat
0 The heirs of those who have died alaao their die
charge of woaada or disease but eoatracted la tho eer
vice, and la the lino of doty.
6 the aorrlving aoldieraaod holra of deceased sol
dlera who, uoder prevlooa laws, have received or are
entitled la receive a boaaty of more than $100 frum tho
7, 1 ho surviving soldiers, ae wall aa th halra of de
ceased euldiefe, wLea each soldiers hav bartered, sold,
aslajaaMwaaed( taf;rred, euhaugod or glf a away
thatr flnsl 'discharge papers, or aay lalrt la th
bounty provided 1 J this or any other Act of Congress.
S The Act of thoXStbof Jaly, 1&69, creates bo right
of InborUaaee beyond lb se vested by th law under
which the Loire reo-lved or weio entitled to receive
tbo original bounty, and debars certain classes, brother
aad elstere of heirs that war entitled to reaelv tho
original bounty, from aay claim for th additional
bounty provided by thla Act.
Respeclf ally referred la the Attorney General for hla
oploluu on the point whether tbo Bales aad Begula
tloaa as within aoteadsd ate In conformity with law.
El-WIN M bTANTON,
Secretary of War.
SarrsHBia 14, 1 8dd
I hav eiamioed theie amende! Bagnlatloas, god am
of opinion they are la conformity with law, .
Tbo foregoing Rntea and Regulatlooa are publlabed
for the Info no at Ion aod guidance of all concerned,
by order of tho Secretary of War i
X D TOWlfSIITD,
Aaalataat Adjataat Oeaeral.
arrLioATton or BtaciABoiD aouiia rot additioval
Stati ff Count o ;
On thla day of , U9-, personally appeared
before rue, a -to and for th county and Stat
aforesaid, , of , la th county of and
Stale of ' , psrsiBally known lo me, wbo being
duly awoin according to law, declaree that hla ago la
yeara , that ha ia a realdent of , county of ,
but of ' -, and that ho la the Identical who
was enlisted ae a la Company of th regl
mentof ,to serve for tba period of , and wae
discharged from the aervica of th United States, aa a
at , on the day of , 18ft-, by reason
of , and that ha hae again enlisted as a la
Company , of the regiment of to serve for
tbo psrlod of , aod that bo was discharged from the
service of tho United States as a - at , on tb
day of , 180-, by rrasoa of , aad tha
there la additional boaaty of da him under the act
of Congress, approved July 28, 1869 Aad he does far
ther declare thai ho haa sot bartered, aold, aaatgned,
traaaferred, loaned, exchanged, or given away hla final
discharge papera, or any laterest la tho boaaty pro
vided by this or any other actof Coogreaa that he ha
not already received or Is entitled to recelv any other
or greater bounty than $100, and Ibat the atatemeat of
aervlce above given la a oorrect and true atateinontof
any and all aervlc rendered by htm during tb rebel
lion, aad that be baa never aervad otherwise than aa
ataleJ, and he dealree all eommnalaatloaa (oncoming
thla claim to ba aeat to him at , ooaaty of -
aad State of .
Signaturt of Claimant
Also personally appeared before ma - and ,
of the county of aod State of , peraonally
known to roe, wbo being daly a worn according to law,
declare that they have been for - yeara acquatated
with , th above named applicant, wbo waa a
la Company , of tha regiment of , and
know htm to bo lb Identical person named lath
foregoing declaration, and that they hav no Interest
whatever In thla application.
Signature of utintuti
Sworn to and subscribed before ma thla day of
I cKBTirv that , bef re whom th foregoing
declaration and affidavit were made, ia a .duly
aathorlied to administer oaths, and that the above Is
la wltotsa whereof I hav hereunto aet my band and
Official aeal, thia day of , 18-,
IL a j , utcr a im
nEPAUTMKNT OF THK INTERIOR,
JL Pmaioii Orrici, Sept. S3, ISM
To all whom It may conctmt
Appllcstlon having been mdeusdsr tb act of Jane
23d, 1889, fore relsaueof th land warrants described
hereto, which are alleged to hav been lost or de
stroyed, notice la hereby given that, at tha date follow
ing th description of tach warrant, a new certificate or
warrant or like tenor will bo laaaad, If bo valid objec
tion ahall then appear)
Io JW. 910, for 180 acres, Issued aadar the act of
March 3d, l&M, la th uem of Temor. widow of Felix
Beaton, and waa granted Angoit 4, ISM December 15,
Wo Sfiftai.forlftOacrea, leaned under th act of Sep
tember. I860, la the ame of bpeucsr Wiley, and waa
granted April SO, 1851 December 32, 180.
Ho 23,014, for 60 aeres, Issued under tho aot of March
3, 1333, la th nanw of Spancer Wiley, aad was
granted February lM8dfi December 22, 1IM.
1 If a 13.10S.for ISO urea, leanad nJu ik 4 f Vtrh
I is, 13M in the name of Horace Oregory. aid waa graaiM
j''Pimbar,rS,l. Daeamhoii, imK
EW RIVKR LINE.
The tao Steamer WAVTAIICTT will leave Satoath
etreet wharf, Washlagtia, every n
TO KID AT AkfD I HI DAT MOBKINOI,
at t o'elock, aad. AUxaadrU at T oeioek, for CUB RIO
HAM Rs tar a lag, leave Carrlomaa at o'clock, a. m.,
oa SUHDAT aad WIDHMDAT, otopplag at all land
lag a going aad retaralag, Paiaage, meal a aid freight
al lowest possible ratoo. For frclubt or paseag apjtly
oa board or to JOHJt VAV BIS WICK,
Oea.Sap'tPo4oaia Ferry Comp By,
o13 lm 8Teathalrl wharf.
TAR LINE OF BTEAilSlIIPS FOR
hi wbv .nntains
QBOKOBTOWk AHD ALXIAMDBIA
thi BTCAsiauir "Tuaaxsw," uapiaia -fsaast
B, B. Swift, will leave Vow fork every sTrTTTS
HATUEDATat So'elock p. m., aad Wharf eaBwXB
o. 41 Water etreet, Oeorgetowa, Try WXOHUUAT
aa a a. sa , stopping as Aieaaaana.
rarirrelabiovaaaaaaro (bavtaar flntelee aeeomna
watloae) apply to JOUJI F. AMDB1WI, Agent,
no. s vw mmw mtwwmtf uworgstowa
H.B Xbrppora may coatdeatly rely apoa Iblollao
ran a lag regalarly.aa advenlsoef, to ascoaapllah which
oa or moro lratlaa ateamera will be pal oa with th
Thame. , MllxlU
AT 10 A. k.
BBTUBMI AT H P. .
FABX FOB BOCMD TBIP, $1.60,
(On third of Ibis amount for as of Hoaal Yeraoa
Washington and Alexandria boat leave oaeb plaeo
every hoar front 7 a. tola m.
Th la steamer WAWA8BT caa b kartre4 for ex
earaloae. J YAH BI8WICE.
my? 3m Oao-Sap'tP. F. Co.
T70R NEW HAVEN, HARTFORD,
JP SPBINOFISLD, tb CORlfXCTICUrXIYXB.Ib
VTXSTXBR aad VXRMORTBA1LROADS
Tb firste teas steamers of thla Ha leave for Bow
Haven from Pier 33, Baat Btvar, dally. (Saadaya ex
vpia,svB itp, n rssaara sjo iiorts ut
from Hew Haven at It p aa , or remain on board over
aigna wiinaai anarg.
Merebaadla forwarded by dally Xxpreaa Freight
Traia from Hew Havea through to Vaaaaohaaetta, Ter
moat, Woatera Hew Hampshire, Rorthera Hew York
aad Canada. Apply to FRAHCIS HTD3, Qoaeral
Freight Agent, Pier 33, Kaal River, Row Tork. apl
QAFETY, SPEED, AND COMFORT.
kjfot B08T0R, WOBCXSTXB, PALMBB, FITCH
BDKO, RASUOA, LOWKLL COKCORD. Till WH1TK
MOURTA1R8 AMD IHTIRMKDIATI POIHTS. Tb
aew aad staunch ateamere of the Norwich line, C1TT
OF ROSTOM aad CITY OF RKW YORB leave Raw Tork
dally, (Saadaya exeopaoel,) at o'clock pyxe from Pier
Ro i Rorth rtver, foot of Vestry street, for R BW LOR
DOR, there coaaectlag with the Bteamboat Btproaa
Trala from tb above potato via Rorwlsk aad Worces
ter, Boston aad Worcester, Worcester and Raabna, aad
Row London and Rorthera Railroads Freight taken
at th lowest ratea. For laformatloa laqalro of B. S.
mawtict, Ageat on mo nor. ap
rpHE GREAT INSIDE ROUTE FOR
ATOIDIRQ P01RT JUDITH.
STORIRQTOR LIRB of Steamers, belac tbo aafeat aad
quickest between Boston aa4Rw York. Th aUaaah
aaa epienaia steamer
PLYMOUTH ROCK, Copt B Braytoa,
Oa TUBSDAYS, THUBSDAT8 aad SATURDAYS.
COMMODORE, Capt. B F.Cartls.
On MORDATS, WXDHB8DAT8 and FRIDAYS,
AtAaclock. n m .from Plarla IS Rerlh Ktvsr.
Those boat are nnaarpaaaod for comfort, atrenrth nnd
aafetr. But roome secured at the ofiUe. Pier No. 18.
on board tb boad, No. 71 Waahlngton alroet, Boston,
and al the Provldeao depot. Botarm trtina leave
Boston at 3U p. m.
M. R B1M0R2, Agaat
-70R BOSTON, VIA NEWPORT AND
fall KiYBK, oy in epienuiaaaa aapenor steam
ers NEWPORT, MKTRiiFuLIS, OLD COLORT. aad
IMPIKX BTATB, of gnat strength and apeed, belli ex
pressly for tha navlgatloa of Long Islaad Sound, run
alag fa aoBBootloa with lb Old Colony aad Newport
Leave Pier S3, N. B. .foot of Murray atreet, dally,
(Saadaya txaepud ) at 8 p m
Tho elamr OLD COLORT, Capt W, Brown, oavee
Row Tork on Monday, Wdaeday, aad Friday, at 0 p.
m , landing at Newport.
The XMRIR1 STATE. Caul B Simmons, leaves Taes-
day, Thursday.and Saturday, atop m , landing at Raw-
A bagxagtn aster la attached lo each eteamer, and
aaeompaale iho baggage to lta destination
A eteamer rune la connection with thle lino dally
(Saadaya excepted) from Newport aad Fall Blver to
For freight or passage apply oa board, or at Iho oRso,
Pier 38, N. K: to eecorestste. rooms la advance, to
apl I MTTLEFIELD, Agent, 73 Broadway.
SXOEL3IOR FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANT. 1TAL SIM, 000.
OrriOB No 13u Broadway, N. T,
Thla Company Insures all klada of Buildings, House
hold Furniture, Marebandlaa, Vesaela la Port, and other
Property against Loss by Fire
MABODB F HODUBS,
BOBIRT W RB8BIT,
JOSBPU B TOCNO,
CHARLES S PILL,
8 P OILBIRT,
JOHN 8 WARD,
JAMBS L MORGAN,
OKOROB F RRSBITT,
JOHN I. LBPriROWBLL,
B B WESLEY,
SAMUEL M CRAFT. See'r
JeB-Sm MARCUS F. HODOIS, Pree'l.
AIUNE AND FIRE INBURANGE.
MBTBOPOLITAN INSURANCE COMPANT
No, 108 Bxoadwat, Naw Toax
0A8H CAPITAL ONE MILLION DOLLARS
A68BT8, JARUABT, lMfl SI, 6, OH 88
Thla Company laanrss, at customary rates of pre
mlom, again t all MARlNEaad INLAND NAVIGATION
RISKS oa CARGO or FREIGHT; also against loss or
damage by FIRE.
IF PREMIUMS ABB PAID IN GOLD, LOSSES WILL
BE PAID IN GOLD.
Tha assured receive 7A per seat, of th net prolte
without Incurring any liability, or, la lien thereof, at
their option, a liberal discount apoa tb premium
All loaaea equitably adjusted aad promptly paid.
Scrip Dividend, declared January IS, ISoS,
TWEKTT-FIVE PEB CENT
JAMES LORIMEB GRAHAM, President.
ROBERT M. a GBAUAM, Vic Presides!.
JAMES LOBIMIB GBAHAM, Jr , S4 Tic Pree'l.
HENBT H POBTEB. Secretary.
CHABLEtl KING, Agcal,
Boom No. 4, Waehlagtoa Building,
JeT-ly Cor. Peaneylvenln av. and baventh atreel.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Chits d SraTia Patsst Orrici,
10n tb petition of Placknsy Froat, of fiprlngflsld,
Vermont, prsying for the oxtenalon of a patent
J ranted to him tbellibdayof January, 1&53, and re
sued the 9th day of February, 188, lor aa Improve
meat la Scythe FaateBUga, for seven yeara from tbo ex-
Jiradoaof said patent, which lakee place on th 11th
ay of January, 18t)7,
III ordered that the said petition be beard at th
Patent Office on MOM DAY, tb Uih day of December
next, at 18 o'elock m J and all persona ar nettled to
appear aad show cause, If any they have, why said
petition onght not to be graated
Pereona oppoelng tbo exteoalon ar required to tie la
the Patent uflee their oblectlonc, apeclally est forth la
writing at least ftwnfv aaya before the day of hearing
all testimony Sled by either party, lo bo used at the
said hearing, mast bo taken and transmitted la accord
ance with the rules of tb office, which will be far
alshed oa application
Depositions aad other papers, relied upon aa testi
mony, mnat b Sled In the office tvtniu day a before tbo
ii7 0I1h"rt?-ti lb "f amenta, If aay, within tn daye
after aileg the testimony.
Ordered, also, thai this notice be published lath
Rtvubttcan aad th InUlUffinw, Waahlagtoa, D C ,
aad la tb Ptrmont Journal, Windaor, Vermont, oaee
a week for tbre successive weeks t the Bret of said pob
tlcatlona to beat least sixty days previous to th day
of hear! eg,
T. C THEAKEB,
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P. S Editors of th above papera will aleaae ooor.
aadeaad UlrbUla loth PaMat Oil with a paper
eas)tslftU UllBoU, Hll-vlw
TOE WATlONAIs BEIMJBIilOAN.
A GREAT CAMPAIGN PAPER.
READINQ FOR THE MILLION.
CIRCULATE ! CIRCULATE ! CIRCULATE !
It ts manifestly true that the political campaign
npon which tb country la Just entering la to b a
oriels of rast importance. Upon It will depend th
daareit lotereiU of tb United States Government
nd popl. Having paaaad through th ordeal of
ft civil war triampbantly, It remains to b decided
whether tb legitimate fruits of tb united labors
of those who unlUd, without respect of party, for
th praaerratlon of the Government ahall be turned
to bitter ft shea, and th dlsanlon which Southern
rebels eoald not accomplish shall be effected by
THE NATIONAL REPUBLLUN
baa always battled for th Government nnd th
flag, and now, when disruption, of the Unloa is
courted by extremists who, under the guli of pur
patriotic principle, are ravenous for political power
and place, tb
still battlrs for th flag of our Union.
It Is to b an arduous struggle, and we ask In all
linearity that th friends of th Union whloh Is
our cans m against sectlonallsta of every name aod
from ovary quarter shall give us the enconrag
mnt ndd by every public journal.
Situated a w are at th capital of the nation,
and nJoylngth best faollltUs for obtaining Informa
tion of th ntmoit Importance to every American
cltlseo, w ihall confidently undertake to furnish
onr readers during th forthcoming political cam'
palgn with th moat Taluabl political newspaper
printed In thla or any other city.
Aawatood by Asbabim Lircolm In tba dark
honra of th Repuhtlo wo stand by his sneoessor,
Annftsw Jo soi, to whom has bsen assigned th
task of restoring to their proper relations th po
pi lately In rebellion, believing, as we do, that fa
haa grasped the true theory of bbstoratiobt, and
that he baa th courage to abld by hla convictions.
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Address. W. J. MURTAQU X CO ,
Washington, D. C.
ALT tiUM'UUR srilINUS, MONROE
Thla popular Summer Beaorl will open for the recep
tion of viaitora on the 1st of JULY, aad remain open
until the last of OCTOBER.
ur Mntier, Professor of Bnrgery la the Jefferson
Medical College, Philadelphia, from personal observe
lion and abeutcal analysis, placed these Springe as the
most valuable of remedial agents In all diseases of a
cbroala or organic nature
la vlaUles- the Sorlnire bersona will have an ODDertn
ally of seeing Fairfax station, Menasase Junction, War
realoa. Bull Ran, Rapldaa, uraag Court House, Gor
dosavlllo, aad many other potato of historic laterest la
Good Coachea connect with the trains of tb Alexan
dria A Orange aad Virginia Central Railroads to convey
visitors to th Bprlaga
ureal puna nave been inaen to put me Duumngs aa
gronade la good order aad repair
Th Hotel will aocommodato 400 persons! besides
ther are a Bomber of handsome Cottages Stud op ex
praaaly for fatnlltaa.
Terms i $3 60 par day I a liberal dlacoumt to peraona
remaining a month and longer Children and aervant
half Prise, 10CBLSTOV, BALDWIN CO.
THE NATIONAIi CNIOItT PARTY.
PLATPORM. OP WtlBCIPLKB.
Th National Union Convention now uitmbled
In tboltyof rhl)aalpbla, oompoied of delegatei
from vry Stat nnd Ttrritory tn th Union, ad-
moBlihed bj Iho io1ma Itttont which for th tail
flvo jekri tt ha nlaad tht Snprom Roler of th
nntrtri to jtr to th Ainorioan pooplt, pro
fouodty grateful for tho rtarn of poaeoT deitroaa
m art n larf majority of tnoff eon a try men tn nil
ilnoorlty to forgot nnd to forfir tho put, rovorlng
th Coutltntlon u It cam to na from oar nnoi-
t0:. rejardlni tbo Union In Its reiteration aa nor
iMred itn 8Tr, looktnf with deep anxiety Into
th fiit or ng of Initanl aad sonttnnlng trial,
berebv tuuea nnd proC10 h follow Ids; doIsrn
lion of prinnlplei nnd purpoJ "tt wmon in dot
with prfot nnanlmltj agrd :
1. W hall with tratltud to Almtghty Qod ln
end of war and th rotnrn of )m to oar afflicted
ana neiovoa inna.
2. Tb war Jort loid hat maintained th aa
thoritr of th Conitltotlon. with all tbo Dowen
which It oonfare, nnd nil th raitriattoni wbtoh U
Impoiea npon th General Government unabridged
And nnaltrd, nnd It has prarvd tb Union with
tb equal rlthti, dlnltj nnd nnthoritj of th BUUa
perfect nnd nnlmpalrod.
3 Repranttlon In th Congren of th United
ptatei and In th Electoral Collet lit right roog
cited dj to uonnuniion u nniaing in vrv ctat
nnd ni n duty Impoeed upon lta poopl, fundamon
tal Id Its natar, nnd enttal to tb xIatoc of
onr repobllwn Initltutlona, end nithr Congreaa
nor th General GoTrnmot hag any natborltr or
power to deny this right to any Stat or to with
hold enjoyment nndar th Conitltotlon from tb
4. W eall npon th poopl of th United fltttei
to leot to Congrtai m membri thoreonon but
men who admit tbli fundamental right "of repre
sentation, nnd who will recelv to aeati therein
loyal rtpreiontatlvei from vry Stat In allegiance
to tb United BUtei, lobject lo th conitltntlonal
right of ach Iloua to Judge of the election return
nnd qualifications of Its own member.
6. The Conitltotlon or tb United SUtji sod the
lawi mad Inpnrinanco thereof are : "Tb 114 pram
lawoftb land, anything In the constitution or
lawa 01 nor mat to tn contrary notwiinatana
lor " All th powjri not conferred by th Consti
tution upon tb General Government, nor pro
hibited by It to tb Stat, ara reiervod to tb
State or to th people thereof, and among tb
rights thai referred to th Statei Is tb right to
preierlb qnallfloatloni for tb lectlr franobU
therein, with which right Congreaa cannot Inter-
rer no btat or eomomation or btatea una tn
right to withdraw from tb Union, or to xlad.
through thtr action In Congreaa or otherwise, any
other Stat or BUUa from the Union. Th union
of thai Elates Is parpatnal, and lta government la
ofauprem authority within lb restrictions and
limitations of th Constitution.
6. Such amendment to tb Confutation of the
United 8tats may b made by th popl tbrof aa
thy may deem xpdlnt, bat only In th mod
pointed out by lta provlalona, and In proposing
aoch amndmnts, whthr by Congress or by s
eonrsniton, ana in rat trying tn same, nil tn
Btatas of th Union bar nn equal and an lndfas
ibl right to a voice and ft vot thcroon.
7. blaverv la abollabad and forever prohibited.
and ther la neither deilr nor parpoi on tb part
of tb southern States that It should ever be re
established npon th soil or within tho jurisdiction
of th UnlUd EiaUs, and tb nfranehisdslftva In
ail th StaUa of tb Union should rclve, In oom
mon with all their Inhabitants, equal protection In
Trr right of Mrson and nroDertv.
8. Whit w regard aa utterly Invalid and nevr
to be assumed or mad of binding fore any obli
gation incurred or undertaken In making war
against th United Stat, we bold th debt of th
nation to be sacred and Inviolable, and w proclaim
ourpurpoa to maintain unlmpachd In honor
ana tn iaun oi in nop u one.
0, -It Is th duty of th National Government to
rcognIi the services of th Federal soldiers and
sailors In th cooUst just closed by meeting
promptly and fully all their Just and rightful
olalms for the aervtoes thy hav rendered the
nation, and by extending to those of them who
have fallen the most generous and considerate care.
10 In Akdbew Jobhsor, President of the United
States, who In hla great office has proved steadfast
In his devotion to th Constitution, tho laws and
Interests of his country, unmoved by persecution
and unswnd by roproaoh, having faith unassail
able In the people and la th precepts of th Gov
ernment, w recognise Chief Magistrate worthy
of the nation and equal to th great crisis upon
which hla lot Is out, and we tendsr to him In th
dtsobarg of his high and roiponslble duttss our
profound respect and aasnranc of our cordial and
NATIONAL UNION COM MITT KR.
John T. Crowell, of Nw Jersey, Chairman.
Maine James Mann and A. A. Qould
New liampshir Edmund Bark and E. 8. Cut
tar. Vermont B, B 6m alley and Colonel II. N.
Massachusetts Joslah Dunham and R. S, Spof
ford. Rhode Island Alfred Anthony and James II.
Connecticut James F, Babeook and E. C.
New York Robert II. Prayn and Samuel S.
New Jersey Joseph T. Crowell and Theodora
Pennsylvania J. M. Zullck and J. S. Black.
Delaware J. 8 Cotnegya and Edward S Martin
Maryland Governor Bwenn and T. G Pratt
Virginia James F. Johnson and Dr. E. C. Rob
West Virginia Daniel Lamb and John J. Jack
son North Carolina The mas S Ashe and Joseph II
South Carolina James L Orr and B F. Perry
Georgia J, II Christy and Thomas S. Ilarde
Florida William Marvin and-Wllklnson Call.
Mississippi W. L. Sharkey and Georg L.
Alabama W. II Crenshaw and O. C Iluckabee
Louisiana Randall Hunt and Alfred iiewuing
Arkansas Lorento Gibson and A II. English.
Texas U II. Epperson and John Hancock
isYTanu! D T. Patterson and William B Camp
Kentucky R. II, Stanton and Hamilton Pop.
Ohio L. B. Campbell and George B Smyth.
Indiana D S. Gooding and Thomas Dowllng
Illinois John A. MoCtcroand and Jesse O. Nor
ton Michigan Alfred Russell and Byson O. Stout.
Missouri Hon, Barton A bell and James S. Rol
lins. Minnesota Hon. II. M. Rice and D F. Norton
Wisconsin J, A. Noouan aod 8 A Peace.
Iowa Gorg A Parker and Wm A Chase.
Kansas Jftmes A. McDowell and W, A. Tipton.
California Hon. Samuel Purdy and Jossuh P.
Nevada John Carmtchael and Hon a. B Hall.
Oregon James Vf, Naiinlth and B W. Bonhain,
District of Columbia Joslah D. Hoover and J.
Dakota N K. Armstrong and N W. Winer.
Idaho William U. Wallace and II. Cummins
Nebraska Gn. II. H. Heath and Hon. J. a
bbsioxht axflcuTira com mitt is at washiiiotox.
Cuarlei Koapp, of Naw Jersay, Chairman,
Hon Montgomery Blair, Maryland,
Hon Charlea Mason, Iowa.
Ward H. Lamon. John F. Covle. A. E. Perrr.
Samuel Fowler, Col. James It 0 Bsirne, Cornelius
rvenaeu, instnct of uolumbia.
JfATIOMAL UKlOfl BXBCUTIVB COMMITTXB.
Joseph T, Crowell, Rahway, N. J , Chairman.
Col. Jaa. F, Baboock, New Haven, Conn.
Hon Robert II Pruyn, Albany, N. Y.
Gen. Samuel M. Zuliok, Philadelphia, Pa,
Hon. Thoa. G. Pratt, Baltimore, Md,
Hon. Jess 0. Norton, Chlcsgo, 111.
Barton Able. St. Louis. Mo '
Hon. Wm. L. Sharkey, Jack ion, Miss.
LOO MIS, BtatouT fiBSTiaT, 838
PoBBaylvasla avenue, near corner of
Ninth street, ateeda lo all braaebea perUlalag t tb
profaaIB. Malformation of tb notth errl4, Ua
vary variity of ajtilclal sM mUa, l7
LAWS OF TJIeUnITED STATES,
Pu.mI at th. ririt S..tloB of lh. Thirty
TPl'ILIO RlSOLCIION N'o. 2.1
A. Risou'tiov for inoreailng tho bond of
the BUDCrinundent of Publics I'rintinir.
Wlicreis the amount of monov which can
be advanced to the Superintendent of Public
Printing under the existinz law ia not suffi
cient to enable him to meet the, current ex
penditurc, of bia office : Therefore.
Eesolvtd by the Senate and House of Rep-
twnlnl nflli tlitl,! Vltmlmm if J.uu .
Congren aemlled, That the tald eupcrin
tendent be rcqueatcd to furnish a new bond,
in me penai turn 01 eigmy loouaand dollars,
Approved, January l'i, 18C6,
rPcBUO Kbsolutioh No, 3.1
Joint Huoiutiok in Relation to the Indus
trial ExnoHitlon at Pans. France.
Whercae the United States hare been in
Tiled by tbo government of France to taVo
pari in a umrur.ai tpu9)jpu gi me prnuue
tions of agriculture, manufacture,, and th,e
fine arte, to be held in Paris, France, in the
year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven:
lie it retnlved bit the Senate and Home
of Repretentatives of the United Htatet of
America in Congren atiembled, That said
invitation is accopicu.
See. 2. And be it further resolved. That
the proceedings heretofore adopted by the
ovutciaty vi mate 111 ri'iuuun 10 me Baiu ex
position, as set forth in his rcDort and ac
companying documents concerning that sub-
jcci, iranBtniuca tn notn nouses ot uongress
with the President's mcnajjo of tho eleventh
instant, are approved.
Sso. 3. And be tt further resolved. That
the general agent for the said exposition at
iicn vm uo autuuiiKU IU t;illliuy BU11I
clarVl as roav be necessary to enable him to
fulfil tbe requirements of the regulations of
me imperial tommission, not to exceed rour
in number, one of whom shall receive com
pensation at a rate of eighteen hundred dol
lars per aunuiu, unu ai siziecn nunarea aoi
Uri, aqd two at foiirteen hundred dollars.
Sic. 4, And be it further resolved, That
the Secretary of State be. and is hereby, au
thorized and requested to prescribe such
general regulations concerning the conduct
of the business relating to the part to be
taken by tbe United States in the exposition
as moy do proper.
Approved, January 13, 18fj6,
Public Itssoi cnov No. 13 J
Joit uesolitiov authorizing the Secretary
of War to transfer to the National Home
for Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans, of
nasiungtonitygCertainstores not needed
for the Use of (he Government.
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of
Representalhes of the United States of Amer
ica m Congress assembled, That the Secre
tary of War be. and he is hereby, authorized
to deliver to the lady directors of the Na
tional Home for Soldiers' and Sailors' Or
phans, of Washington city, for the use and
aid of that society in its benevolent obiects.
such blankets, bedding, and other furniture
and articles as may be proper for their pur
poses, anu as are now on nana in tae stores
oi me surgeon generals department, and no
longer needed for government account; the
Secretary to determine, at his discretion, the
specific amount and character of stores thus
to be appropriated, and of which due account
shall be taken.
Approved, March 10, 1866.
Pl'BI.10 RdlOLl'IION No. 12.
Joint Huot utioy giving the Consent of Con
gress to the Transfer of the Counties of
iierkeley and Jefferson to the State ot
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United Stales of
simcncu i congress assemoiea, mai con
gress hereby recognizes tho transfer of the
counties of Iierkeley and Jefferson from the
State of Virginia to West Virginia; and con
Appnned, March 10, 1866.
TPlbiic Rksolltiov No. 15.1
Joint Risoutiov to ihange tbe Name of tbe
Ship "Art Union" to tho Name "George
Resolved by the Senate and House of Rep
resentatives of the United Slates of America
m Congress assembled, That tbe Secretary of
the Treasury be, and hereby Is. authorized to
change the name of the ship "Art Union,"
owned Dy mo state oi Massachusetts, and
used as quarters for the nautical branch of
the Reform School of said State, to the name
' George M. llaruarJ," and to grant said shin
a register in tho latter name.
Approved, March 22, IBGG.
fPlBLIC No. 5 1
n Ait authorizing the Secretary of the
Treasury to appoint Assistant Assessors
oi internal itevenue.
Be it enacted bu the Senate and Home of
Representative of the United Stales of
America in congress assembled, marine
Secretary of the '1 reasury is hereby author
ized to appoint any assistant assessors of in
ternal roemio now provided by law.
Approicu, .January id, irioii,
A PFnrrcT Antidutb cob ah. Poibu.8.
A plain farmer sas: "It is now over
twenty years since I learned that sweet oil
would cure the bito or a rattlesnake, not
knowing it would cure other kinds of poison.
Practice, observation and experience hate
taught me that it will cure poison of any
kind, both on man and beast. 1 think no
fanner should bo without a bottle of It in his
house. The patient must take a spoonful of
it internauy, ana Dame tne wound lor a cure.
To cure a horse It requires eight times as
much as it does for a man Here let me say
of one of the most extreme cases of snake
bites in this neighborhood: Kleten years ago
this summer, where the caso had been thirty
days standing, and the patient had beeii
given up by his physicians, I heard, of it, car
ried the oil and gate him one spoanfuLwhlch
effected a cure. It is an antidote for arsenic
and strychnine. It will cure bloat In cattle
by eating too freely of fresh clover; it will
cure toe sung oi oees, spiders, or otner in
sects; and will cure persons who have heen
foisoned by a low running line, growing in
be meadows, called Ivy."
Garibaiui. Garibaldi has left Tlorence
for Caprera. Before leating. ho declined
all recompense for tho olunteers by pub
lishing the following order of the day : "The
corps of Italian volunteers have, during the
campaign of 1866, done their duty; and In
the accomplishment of that duty the volun
teers find the most honorable of recom
penses." Nihi Ht'NDHiD dead bodies were Picked un
la tht itrnts of Bstsai., IsdU, la oat oorolii.
Artcmna Ward In London A
Mr. Punch Mr DtiR Sib: It it now some
two weeks tince a rather strange lookin man
engaged 'partmentt at the Greenlion. lie
stated he waa from the celebrated United
States, but beyond this he laid nothin. He
seem'd to prefer sollytood. He remained
mostly in his room, and whenever he did
show himself he walked In a moody and mo
rose manner in the gardin, with his head
bowed down and his arms foldld across his
breast He reminded me anmwhat of the
celebrated but onhappy Mrs. Halter, In
the cheerful play of "The Stranger." Tills
man puzzled me. I'd been puzzled afore
several times, but never so severally aa now.
Mine 'ost of the Greenlion said I must inter
rigate this strange bein, who claimed to be
my countryman. "He hasq't called for a
drop of beer since he's been in this ere 'onse,"
said the landlord. "I look to you," he added,
"to clear up this dark, this orful mistryl"
I wringcd the lan'lord's honest hand, and
told hit to consider the mistry cleared up.
I gained axes to the miaterus bein's room,
and, by talking sweet to bjtft fos a few mln
Itj, I found out who he was. Then, retumin'
to the lan'lord, who was nerrisly passin' up
and down the bar, I said:
"Sweet Rolando, don't tfern,hlo no more !
'TO tarn the raarslf from the hawty stran
ger's face, and dived into tho rocessea of his
Inmost sole He's a trans raejim I"
I'd been to the Beefanham theatre the
previa eyenln', and probly the drammar I
saw affected me, because lm not in the habit
of goin' on as per above. I tike tho Beefan
ham theatre very much indeed, becahse there
a enthooslastic lover of the theatre like my
self fan unite the Jegitennit drammar with
fish. Thus, while your enraptered soul
drinks in the lorfty and noble sentences of
the gifted artists, you can eat a biled mack'ril
jest as comfer'bly as In your own house, I
leit constrained, nowever, to jell a fond
mother who sot immepltlv behind mf unit
who was accompanied by a gin bottle and a
young iniani i icu cunsirainea lo leu mat
mother, when her infant playfully mingled a
rayther oily mack'ril with the little hair
wnlch is lelt on rpy yener Do hod, that I had
a bottle of scented hair oil at home, which on
the whole I tho't I preferred to that which
her orfspring ws greasin' me with. This
riled the excellent female, and she said, "Git
out 1 You never was a ipfank yourself, I
suppose 1 Oh, no you was too good to be
a fnfank. you was I You slid into the world
all ready grow'd, didn't joul Git out!"
''No, madam," I replied, "I too was once a
Infant 1 I was a lmly child. Peple used to
come in large and enthooslastic crowds from
all parts of toe country to see me, I was such
a sweet and intel'gent infant. The excite
ment was so intens, In fack, that a extra
hotel was started in the town to accommo
date the peple who thronged to my cradle."
Ilavln finished these troothful statemints,
I snult sweetly on the worthy female. She
said, "Drat you, what do you come a chaflln
me fort" and the eslyrmble woman waa really
gettin furis; when I mollyfled her by praisin
her child, and by axin pardin for all Id said.
"This little gal.'' I observed, "this surnris.
ingly luvly little gal" when the mother
smu; -ii i tuner seci is ne, sir, us a Doy.
"Wall," I said, "then this little boy, whose
eye u line a eagie a soaring in tne asure
sky, will some day be a man, if he don't
choke hisself to death in childhood's sunny
hours with a smelt or a bloater, or some
other drefful calamity. How sublime the
tho't, my dear madame, that this infant as
you fodle on your knee on this night may
grow up into a free and independent citizen,
whose vote will be worth from ten to fifteen
pounds, accord in as suffrages may range at
that joyus perid !"
Let Us now return, jentle reader, to the
landlord of the Greenlion, who we left in the
bar In a state of anxiety and perspire. Rub-
bin bis hot face with a red handkercher, he
"Is the strange bein' a American!"
" Not a major."
"Ho is not."
" A leftenant?"
" Not even that."
"Then," said tho lan'lord of tho Greenlion.
"you are deceived I He is no countryman of
"Why not!" I said.
"I will tell you, sir," said tho lan'lord,
"My son-in-law is einDloed in a bankln'
house whero ev'ry American as coiucs to
these shores goes to git his drafts casht, and
ho says that not one has arrived on these
shores durin' the lost eighteen months as
wasn't a gen'rul, a colonel, a major, a captain,
or a leftenant This man, as 1 said afore,
has deceived you I He's a iinpostucr I"
I reeled luto a chair. For a minit I was
spcechlis. At length I murmured, " Alars I
i lear it is too troo ! Even I was a captlng
of the home-guards."
"To bo sure," said the lan'lord, " jon all
do it over there,"
" Wall," I said, " whatever nation this per
son belongs to, we may as well go and hear
bun lector this evening. He Is one of thpsn
spirit fellers he is a trans-iuejitm, and when
he slings hisself Into a trans state, he sais
tho sperrcts or departed great men talk
through lum. He says that to-night sev'nl
em'neut persons will speak through bun
among others, Cromwell,"
"And this Mr. Cromwell Is he dead ? '
said the lan'lord.
I told hlin that Oliver was no more.
"It's a 'umbng," said the lan'lord, to which
I replied we'd best go and see, and we went.
We was late, on accounts of tho lan'lord's
extensiv acqualntans with the public house
keepers along the road, and the hall was
some two miles distant, but we got there ut
last. The hall was about half full, and the
mej im was Just then assuinm' to be Benjamin
i runiuin, wno was speasin aouut tne Atlan
He said the cable was really a lnern tori.
ous affair, and that messages could be sent
to America, and there was no doubt about
their gettin' there in the course of a week or
two, which, he said, was a beautiful idear,
and much quicker than by Btcamer or canal
boat. It struck mo that if this was Franklin,
a splntooal life hadn't improved the old gen
tleman's Intellecks panic ly,
The audiens was mostly composed of ray.
ther pale peple, whose ejes I tho't rolled
round in a somewhat wild manner. But they
was well behaved, and the females kept say.
ing, "How beautlftl Whata sublime thing
It is!" et cetry, etcetry. Among the females
was one who was a fair and rosy young
woman She set on the saino aeat we did,
and the Ian lord of tbe Greenlion, whose fro.
ktnt intervoos with other lan'lorda that eve.
sing bad been tog mqcb for him, fattened
his left eye on this fair and rosy young per.
ton, and smlluVloTiaglyuponher,sald, "You
may give me, my dear, four-penny worth of
gin cold gin. I take it cold, because "
There was crlea of "Silence! silence! Put
him out, the scoffer!"
"Ain't we at the Spotted Boar?" the Ian,
"No," I answered, "it's another kind of
bore. Lis'en. Cromwell ia goin' to speak
through our inspired fren' now."
"Is he!" taid the lan'lord "is he? Wall.
I've suthin to say, also. Wis this Cromwell
a licensed vittler!"
'Not that I heard," I answered.
'I'm very sorry for that." said tho lunlnnl
With a Sigh: "but VOU think hft VM a m.n
who would wish to tee licensed vlttlcrs re
spected in their rights!"
"Wall," said the lan'lord, "lest vou keen a
eye on me."
Then, risin' to his feet, he said, In a some,
what husky, but tol bly distinct voice:
"Cromwell!" I cried.
"Yes, Mr. Cromwell that'. h m 1
mean. Mr. Cromble ! won't you pleaso ad.
wi iu, gen 1 man wno you are tal kin
tbrOUgh: Won't VOU arlrlnA nn rlnrlnir wtniw.
elckent speech to settle his bill at my 'ouse
to-night, Mr. Crumble," taid the lan'lord,
glarin' savigely round on the peple, ' because
if ho don't there'll be a punched 'ed to be seen
at the Greenlion, where I don't want any
oftliiseverlastin'nonsens. Vftalk through
. Here s a socrrit." said the lan'lord. a
smue once moro ucamin on Ins race, "which
will talk through him like a Dutch father !
I'm tho spernt for you, young fellar!" "You
aro a healthy old spernt," I remarkt; and then
I saw tho necossity of gottin' him out of the
hall. The wiramin was j ellln' and screamin'
and the men was hollenu' pcrlice. A per.
lioeman realy corao and collered my fat fren,
"It's only a fit, Sir Richard," I said, I always
calls tho pcrlico Sir Richard. It pleasea
them to think I'm the victim of a deloosion
and they always treat ine perlitely. This
ono did, certainly, for he let us go. We saw
no more of the trans mejim.
It's diflikilt, of courso, to say how long
these noosances will be allowed to prowl
round. I should say, however, if pressed for
a anscr, that they will contuino on jest as
long as they con find peple to lis'en to 'em.
Am I right ? Yours, faithful,
A nrr.xi's- Yabp."
MKMCAt, Prescriptions tiirocoii thk
Atlavtic Cable. T)ie London Lancet says:
"Amongst the uses to which the Atlantic
cable baa been put is one which wonld
hardly be anticipated. A correspondent com
municates to us a telegram which he re
ceived from a patient who, being seized with
a renewed attack of Illness from which he
bad suffered in this country, and for which
he bad been successfully treated, telegraphed
to his old medical attendant for directions.
These were returned by the same channel
without delay, and we hope tbey have pros
pered, and that the proper remittance will
follow by an early packet This prescription
will rank among the curiosities of tele.
K W A .B D .
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BTOP aad THl.NK.
OUR IMNE.-r.JE STOCK OF CLOTI.IWO
OK IMMUNE STOCK OF C-OTHCIU
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TWHHTT-NTi TIE CUT LBM TI4 TOrr.
TWKKTT-rivi rat oarr Lian mix oimt.
TaiTTriTi lia cam tut thai co.it.
NEV1R KIAIH WILL TO? BATE Til CHANCE.
M.VEK niAia wiil Totj a-iTi iaa C11ANCK
NftlfK AtfAlJI WILL TOP mkit th CHANCE
Tha iroodi ran., ba sold within tha noxt alztrdayt
rtftardltM of coit Wa tntaa what wa aar. Coma aad
a for jootmItm b)irt porehulaf .
J. H. SMITH.
460 S.Tonth at,, oppoalta Pott Offlea,
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
DsTtTBD flTATia Patiit Offioi,
Oa tha p-tltloB of Warna W Datchar, of Mllfotd,
Mai , aod Sarah Dutch. r. admlniitratrlt of tha aatata
of Eitl.a Datchar.of Waaiaaha, Wlaeoula, prajlnf tor
thatxtaatloaof a pataat vraataj to tha aald Wairaa W.
Daiehar aod Ellha Dalchar, on tha 28th day of Dacam
her, im, for aa lm pro mint la Tatnplaa for Looma.
for i yaara from tba aiplratloa of laid pataat
which takai plaea oa tha 28th day of Dacota bar, 1S46
It la ordarad that tht aald patltloa ba hoard at tha,
Pataat Offlea, oa MONDAT, tha loth day of Daaamhar
a xl. at 13 o'clock, o. j aad all paraoaaara aotllad to
appaar aad ahow canaa.tf aar thar hava, why aald
patlltoaonght aot toba graatad.
Pariona oppoolDf tha axltailoa ara raoalrtd to ala la
tba Pataat Offlea tbair objaetloaa, apaolallr on f,rtn ia
writing, at Uait twnty daji bofora tha dav f Vtarlai :
all tw.sH.ti.OBjr fllad brallhar Ptrtr, tola nud al tha
aald hoarier, unit bo takaa aad traaaulttod la atttord
aaeawlth lb rot., of tha offlea. which will ba for
Blihad ob application
Dapoiltloaa aad other paper ratlad apoa aa ttl
moar. moil ba tUod 1b tha offlea fwcwfy day bafora tba
dT of haariag i tha argamaat, 1 aar, wlthla fan dara
aftar Bllag th tttlBoa7
Ordcrad, alao, that this oolle ba pnbllihad la tha Ri
rciLiciJt aad th iHttlltgtnetrr, Waahlagtoa, D C aad
la th Journal, Boalon, Maacaehniotta, oaca a woak
for thro aoaaW waakat tha mm at !. ..v.
HeallQa to ba ttUtat olxtj daja provloaa to tha dar
of haariag 't. C. TUEAKER, T
n a ... ... i CommlaalOMr of PaUata
P 8 Editor of lh aboT paper will plaaaa eocT
aad ad tholrbllU lo th Pataat Offlea with a papor
aoatavlalag thla aotlea. 19law3w
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Djutii. Stati Patiht Orrica.
)bal'ppr,of Lak Vtliar Naw
f.r tha axUetloa or ' pataat
a'U sua tivs.iivu (It .oa
naiopvoir, prayiag ii
uraalcd oa th Ath day o
kaglaud lh 234 dT of No? mbir, 1MX. a.d raluiiad
at 12 o eloek, ts ; aad nil rxr.oe. ar noilQod id appear
aad ihow am. If aay itay haia, why "id paytloa
obi ht not to b grantod. ' r v
.aT'i0" ?P0"BE Btaoiton ar roa aired to fll In
toe ratcalOOca thatr obUrtir.na .n.i.iia. .. , r.ih i.
wrltlag. at laaat tutnty dayc befora tha day of heartagt
U laatlmony fllad by alttior party, to b od atlh
aald hoar) ar, tumt ba taken and traaimltted la accord'
neawlih lh rala of th offlea, which will be far-
' va (liCkllQB
DepoaltlOB and other nnra. rlUt niwiu l.tt
ntoay, ma it be old la the atat tunnty day before the
d.yorhearlag! the argumut,irany, wlthla fdeya
ahr flllagtheteitlmoay '
OrdareJ. lllo. Ihkl thla nallra ha nn Vila... I t- ..
Bart a Lie ah aad the InUlligtnctr, WaaaUtftOB D ?
nad la the Journal, Pwriamiuth, V H , obe a weak foi
three aaoelTe weak i tb flm of aa d pablieatloai tl
b at leaat ality day prTloa lo the day of hearlal
t. c tueaker:
.... . . wnlcalonef eiPatdB,la
-Edltori of tha tboya PiperiwUlv...
on tal i
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. WABUINaVoTcONTr-
t .t. . . To Wit i
win,?.! "J" Jm" Joobmb, eiecBtoro Dolly Ann
k .: " ' tor aforeaald ha,wlth tha
BpprobatloB of Ua Orphan' Coarl of Waahlagton
Coa,alyaforMald.appolated BATDRDAT.lh 11 doy of
SepUtaber aeit. for the Boat attlnat aad dldHbatloB
of lb peraOBei eaute of ald doeoMod, aad of tha
t In hand, a far aa lh lam ha? boa Mlleoled and
turned Into ttoaayi whoa aad whore all Iheeredltora
utdbalraof tald dootnd ar aollflad to attoad, with
their claim properly Toabd,irlliy may otherwise.
law be eiclodoJ from all hcaoli la aald deeeaaeol'a aa.
Utai prvTtfod aeopy of thUordar be pabllabodoBaa,
A wk for three week la U Natiojtu RaurraLMia
prerloas to th tald day.
Teat i R 0. Rnintwi
tlMiTW .Ufliter of WUti
laUt al WUt