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THE NATIONAL REKUBLIOAh
Ouiqun fair Jiyii...4v.4lU. f
MluurtU HUM U JI'Ui..V Uara,t.
Local loUee 18 ttBti nt 1U, each lneertloa
AAttrtlMnutl tonlir 4ih Ueof Wtto,rff
taU.'Yor Rail. Lt '' M"! lli
mi IIm i4kMqMt laeertlone half ?!,
Six ItMt ! aMUtta & iqr
AdTertlacmenta ahoall fc haade It Vafor alt
'eleck p. m.
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AwtTAVT Qaaaaiba Orrio. I
w WAisiaaroa, September II, IK. )
BtJLU AMD Ria0LATlOH8 TOR TBI FATMSHT
or BOUftTISS UltDlR THI ACT TO KQOALIII
BODJfTIW, APPROVED JULY JS, 1906.
1. All applk.Uoti iaaU ba fll.'O, wlltla tbe period or
lx naatha, from th lat day of October, ISM, tad ba
ton any pay m ate ara nada,shall b elaaatned by
rcglmente, baftalloaa, or olaar aapatata rgaalialloa,
and ho appllialtoa lltd altar that perled ahell W aat
Mad talll tba fonaar iball baya baaa paid.
1 Wo appllcatloa iball b aaUitataod aalaaa aoaota
paalad bf tba orlflaal dlatha-f Of Iba aalllar, aad Ibo
affldavlt tMalrad bv tba 14tb actio a of tba act, aad tba
farthar aQdatll tbat ba bat aai raaatTad, aor U bo aa
titled to roaatta com tba Daltad lUtoa, aadtr aaj lAwa
orMfalatloaapiWrtolbaaatofialf 9tk,lM8, Mora
than tioo basBip far aT aad aj nliiurr larvlaa raa
darad by bis datlaf tba lata rabatlloa, aror aad abova
tba aaioaaf Ibaraln ilalmad. : "" '
U Atl appllaaHoai tot Ibo bdilttoaal baatr Mtbor
lnd br (btf lei, from tnrlTlif aoldlari.'ibau ba U tba
form batalaartar prouribad, aal Iba ?Ueao bf Uaa
iUj iball ba tba aue aa ! a ra4atrodtaad apatUa.
lloa fro (a tba balra of daaoaaad aolalare aball bait tba
form juT ra-talrtd by tba Traaiafy oprtMaat
a. iii0caaitbaMamUUafl-tbiataaa af aay
reK-linBt,'or'obr ladapaaa4al arraalatutfa, aball bata
beta properly acd o poo, the raymaeUr Oeaeral iball
laka tba aeeaaeary t'tipe far tbelr proaipt paymaat.
8. Aralitaribab bpt la tba PaymaeUr Qea
atat'a Offlea, aad aUo la Me oSa of tba Saoaad Aadl
tor, ot all elalaii preeeatad oade? tba law. la wUeb
tbaalatauaUvlUboalMelflad by reflneaU, Aa. U
tba eluaubaaUoiradjtbaajnoaalof boaaty paid to
oaebwUlba noted, aad U rejaatod.thaaaort of rajeo
tloa will ba dUtlaeUy itatei.
6. la tba application! for boaaty, aa repaired by tba
M of tbtia ralfle, tba aQdaTlt iball etata aaeb aad arery
period of aervlca randeied by tba olalmaat, aad alio
tbat ba never umd otberwlee tbaa aa tberaln etatod.
7. Orgaaliallooi Irregalarly la tba aerrleo of. (he
United Statee.or called out for tpaclal porpoiei, aa
State MlllUa, Ho we Oaardi, Aa ,aad not Included In
tba(eaeralboaalylawi,ara not ladoded Within the
Aeaalag of tba acL
8. SolJl.r. eallted for Mtbree yearebr darlatba
war' wbo were dleebarsed by reaaoa of tba termlaa
tloa or tba war, aball bo aoaaldered aa bavlaa; eeraad
outtte period or their oaltetme&t, aad ara entitled to
boaaty under thU act.
t. Tbanilaorltyof belre,eUtaiaati for boaatf amder
tblaact, mattbeproTeatobaTaanUUdat tba date of
Ita pauage Pareeti eh alt raeelraofarljr tba boaaty
to which tbey may be aatllled aa belre, naleee Iba
fatber baa abandoned the aapport of bta family, la
which cue It aball be paid to the mother Woa-reel
de&ce la tba United Siatee ehall not ba a bar to tba
claim! of belra, who wonldotberwlea legally laberlL
Tba provUlone wf the act azctada from Ita boaalta Iba
foil earlnff claaaaat ,
1. Thoea, wbo, after aervlag tba fall period of their
oBlUtaeax, wora dlehonoiably dlicbarfod at Ita expl
S. Tboie dUebariod darlai; oalletmant by way of
S. Tbooe dlaeharged oa aeeoaal of d liability eon
traded la tba iTlee,bnt not oeeatloaad by wonnda
recti rt 4 "la tba Haa of doty," wbo aball not bate
previously eerred two or three year reapacttf ely at
the time of discharge
4. Tboee dlecbarfed on aeoaat of dliablllty exlitlag
at tie time of their enlistment
0 Tbebelraof tboae wbo bare died elate their die
charge of wooodeor dleeaaaoteoairaeted latkaaor
vlee, aad la Ibo llae of duty,
6 TbaeurrlTlog eoldlor. and belri of deeeaiad tot
dlera wbo, under prerlona Uwa, bava reetlred or are
eatltltd to receive a boaaty of mora than $100 from tba
7. The anrvWIag eoldlera, aa well ae the belre of de
.ceaaed eoldlert, when inch eotdlere bava bartered, aold,
aulgned, loaned, tranafrrcd,exehanged, or given away
tbelr flaal dUcharge paper, or aay iatere.t In the
n bounty provided by tblt or aay other Act of Ooagreea,
8. The Act of tU2Sthof Jaly, 1800, ereatee no right
of Inheritance beyond thote veated by tba law under
wblcb theio bolre reetlred or were entitled to receive
the original bounty, and debars certala classes, brotbera
aad elstera of belre that were entitled to receive the
original boaaty, from aay alalia for tba additional
bonnty provided by this Aet.
.Resptelfelly referred to tba Attoraey Qeaerat for hie
-opinion on the point whether tba 'Rules aad Regula
tlooa ae within emended are la conformity with law.
EDWIH U. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
I bava examined tbeso ameaded Regnlatlone, and am
t opinion they ara la conformity with law.
The foregolag Kalee aad Regulations ara published
for the Information aad guidance of all concerned.
By order of tbe Eecretary of War t
E. D. TOVTNSKND,
Asalstant Adjataat OeneraL
xrrLiciTiox or sucHanaiD ioldiu roa additional
Stat o - Count o .. ;
Oa thle day of , lift-, personally appeared
before me, a In aad for the coaotr and Bute
aforesaid, , of-, In the oonnty of aad
Stale of -, personally known to tne, who being
duly aworu according to law, deelaree that hit age la
ycara; that he la a resident of , connty of,
State of , aad that ha le the ldtntUal who
waa enlUttd aa a - In Company of tba regl
neat of- , to serve for the period of , aad wae
discharged from the eervlca of the United Btatea, aa a
nt ( on the day of , 1S0-, by reason
of , and that ha baa again entitled as a 1b
Company , of the regiment of , to serve for
tba period of , and tbat ba waa discharged from the
service of tbe United States ae a at , on tba
day of , 168-, by reason of , and tba
there la additional bonaty of doe blm under the act
of Congress, approved July 23, 1800. And he does far
ther dtoUre that he has not bartered, aold, aaslgaed.
traaaferred, loaned, exehaaged, or given away bla final
discharge papers, or aay intaretl 1b the bonnty pro-
Tided by this or any other act of Congress j tbat ha haa
mot already reetlred or le e a tilled to receive aay other
or greater bonnty than 100, aad tbat the atatemeat of
aervlea above given la a correct and true statement of
any and all service rendered by him daring the rebel
lion, and that ha baa never etrved otherwise tbaa as
etateJ, and he desires all communications concerning
this claim to be tent to blm at , county of
aad 6tata of.
Auo personally appeared before ma and --,
of the county of and State of , personally
known to me, who being dnly aworn according to law,
declare tbat they bava been for yeara ncqanlated
with .. , tbe above named applicant, wbo waa a
la Company, of tie regiment of , and
know blm to be the Identical person named la the
foregoing declaration, and tbat they have bo Interest
whatever lathis application.
Sionaturtt of uttnttitt.
Btrora to and auhtcrlbed before ma tblt day of
I ciKTirr tbat , Ufjre whom the foregoing
tleclaratlon and affidavit wero made, lea , duly
antborlied to administer oaths, and tbat tba above is
In wltnete whereof I bava hereunto set my band and
official teal, this day of , 180-.
U , j I CM o Cu
DEPARTMENT OP Tilt: INTERIOR,
Favsioa Ornca, Sept 22, ISM.
To all iohom tt may concern;
Application bavlng been mado nnder the act of June
23d, 18U9, for a reissue of the land warrants detcrlbed
herein, wblcb are alleged to have been lost or de
stroy td, notice le north y given tbat, at the date follow
log the deterlptloa of tach warrant, a new certificate er
warraat of Ilka Unor will be Issued, if no valid objec
tion shall than appear i
No 33,010, for 160 acres, taiucd nader the act of
March 3d, 18U, la the name of Tamor, widow of Felix
Utnton, ant was granted August 4,1650 Dscomber 18,
No, 30 S21, forSO acres, Itiotd andsr Ibe act of Sep
tember. ISM. In the Lame of Bpeucer Wiley, and waa
granted April 30, 1842. December 23,1800
No 2J,0ll, or 80 acras,lssusd under the act of Mtreh
3, 1888, la the name of Bpeocer Wiley, and wat
graated f.brutry 18. 1888 December 22, 1880
No lS,10t,for 100 acres, Issaed nader tbe act of March
8, l&M.ln tbe name or Horace Gregory, and waa granted
Oteambtr, 30,1889. December S9f lWfl.
i en VT i
IjW, RJ,Y,ER LINE.
. .t'8Mttti!nwiIisRr vini.mi.MDth
IMkUtt WMMaitM, ...IT .
, TUUDAI AMD IRIDAT HORKIXOS,
I o'elori, u4 ll.i.sdtli 11 T .'.l.rt, for CDXRIO
UkM. Btnrallg, Ut.t CarrLmt. M .'tlMk, ., u
e IDRDIT .J WIOXUD1T, ItoppltJ l 111 UdI
iBf. f OtBf Bid MtBtBlBI PBI.Bg., ibmI. Bvd fnlfht
Bt low.tl po.itbl. rat... 7r rr.l.ht er pBi.Bt. apply
oa ko.rd or I. . .. ,nJUU TAN BItWICK,
u.B. Bayi PotBiBBB F.iry Camp inp,
0.1S In 8.T.B(h itrMl wb.rf.
TAR LINK OF STEAMS II IPS FOR
TIRO OBOROITOWN AND AL1XANDRIA
TBJ1 STBAHBHir 'TUIBJI, " vtpiain -pry,
R. "R. wwirt, will lanva Raw'.Torb arery tCCYrV
ATVRDATal Sa'oltek p m.', nAVkut
aa. .i vaur atraae, ueof gawwa avery nmuaiuuAj
at a&. bb .etaaBlBK at Aleaaadria.
Fo-jfrelgittor passage (having Irsl cliaa accommo
4atl0BS)aIrt4r JOrTN T. ADRIWS,Ageat,
4 i 1 3 .. it WaUff atraec. Oeott .town.
n.B. Uppara may eoaflaenUy rely npoa ihiallaa
rnaalag racaJLariyaa advarilaad.taaeaoapUsh which
Oaa or mora lrstclaeal ataaaara will ba pat on with the
aaual. , . niuu
KT, V I R N 0 N
AT 10 A. at
RKTURNS AT i P. M.
fARI FOR ROUND TRIP, 11.80,
(Oae third or tbla amoaat for ntt or Mount Vernon
Washington and Alaiaadria boats leave each plana
averj aox rrorn in.rn.wep m.
Tba Ana ateamei WAWASST oaa ba sharUred for ex
aaraloae. J. VAN RISWICK.
asyr am oea nnp'tr. r. co
EOR NEW 1IAVKN, IIAKTFOKD,
SPRINQriKLD, the CONNECTlCUFRIVIR.tba
ITIRN aad TRRMORT RAILROADS
Tba flrat'elaai euamara of tbla l)aa leava for New
Bnven from Pier 10. Raat River, dell v. 'Bandars ax
cepted.) at 8 ill p. m. Passengers go North aad Kaat
irom new uavea as at p. m. or rem-un oa Donra over
nlght without aharga.
Htrthaadlte forwarded by dally Ixpreaa Freight
Train from New Uaven tbrongb to af assachaeetts, Ver
mont, Weatern New Hampshire, Northern New Tork
aad Canada. Apply to FRANCIS UTDI, Oeaeral
rrtignt Agent, nor aa, i sver, new ion. np
QAFKTY, 8PEED, AND COMFORT.
kJ'Or BD8TUH, WUUCKSTEtl, riLHSK, riTUll
Cnan iinni f nvrvit nnamiin iii wdif
Dunw. rduui uv vi mutt uvmuuicv. b n u.
MOUNTAINS AND INTRRUKD1AT1 POINTS. Tba
sew aad etaanah tuantrt of tbe florwlcn line, cixx
OP BOSTON aad CITY OF NEW TORS leave New Tork
dally, (Suadaya axeepted.) at I o'clock p m from Pier
No 39 North rtvir, foot of Vestry alreet,fer NEW LON
DON, there connecting with tba Btenmboat Express
Train from the above polnte via Norwich aad Worces
ter, Boston aad Worcester, Worcester aad Nashua, and
New London and Northers Railroads. Freight taken
at tne lowest raiee. ror larormanoa inquire or , o
MARTIN. Ageai oa iba Plar. ap2
mHE GREAT INSIDE ROUTP fOR
avoidixo roiiT jbdith.
STOSIKOT0M UI f tUBn.nJi.laf Ik. nr.U id!
qetekJit brtw.& Boitoa aad Hbw Tork. Tka ftaaa.a
1-LrtIOOTU ROCK. dpi. B BrsrtoB,
Oa TUZ8DATS, TUDEBD1I8 aal IATDHDATS
COMMODOHK, CapL E. P. CarUa,
Oa BlOaDAYI, WIsAaPATS aad PUlDATS,
iiaA(.lA.k. n n . fram P1.P B. IB H.rlh Blv.r.
Tam. boat, ara aaaarpuMd for oomfora, atraaa tb aad
.atatv, itata ro.aia .Marad at Iba offlea, PUr Ko. 18,
oa b.ard lb. boad, Na. Ja Waaalaitoa atra.1, Boatoa,
aad aa tka rrorUoBea d.pot, Batara trafaa laa.a
aiouoa ai aa p. m.
apt M. 8 MKOIH, Anat.
OR BOBTON, VIA NEWPORT AND
PALL B1VKB. br taa .pl.adld Bad aep.rior Min
an BIWPOET, illtKUPdl.18, OLD COLOHT, aad
KMrittB .TATA, 01 groat ttr.af id aaa ipMa, ddiii .x
.r.ulr for tb. BaTl.alloa of Loor lalaad Soaad. rea
alap la .oaaMtloa vltb taa Old Coloap aod N.wport
U.T. PUrlS, AT.B., f.l of Ifarrar t"l, iiUj,
(Soadar. .aa.ptl.1 at o p la
Tba alaam.r OLD COLOJf I, Capl W. Browa, BBT.a
Kw Tork oa ftfoadap, WdBaadar, aad Friday, at 0 p
m , laBdlar at R.wport.
Tb. lUriKI STATI, Capt B BUamoaa, laa... Tola-
dap, TBaraaap.BBabaiaraar, at a p m , taaaiag at naw
A baffat;aaiait4r laattab.d to .acb lUamar, aad
aaaoaipaBla. tba baaffaf a to Ita daitlaalloa
A .UBBiar raaa la aoaB..Ua wltb tbla Haa dallp
(taadapa aiapi.d) frora ff.wport aad Fall Klr.r to
For fr.lght or vaaaaga applr oa board, or at tba offle.,
Tl.r 19, H, B.t to BMBr. ttat..roolBO la adaaac, to
apl i LITTLiriILP, Af.at.71Broadwar
T7X0ELSI0R FIRE IN8URANOE COM
Orpioa No. 150 Broadway, 2f, T.
TbtaCouDBBrlaaaroa BllkladaorBaUdlBaa. noaao
bold Pornltar., If.rabaadlM, Vau.la la Port, aod otbar
rrop.riy agaia.i hum oj air.
MilCDI P 1101)018,
BOBIBT W. KKSB1T,
JOBBPH B TOU.ld,
8 P OILBBBT,
JOHN g WABD,
JAHU L HOBOAM,
OEOBOB F HESU1TT,
JontT I LEFrlSQWELL,
B B WESLEY,
OEOROE T. STXDHAN,
AMDEL M. CBAPT, 8'T
J8-3m I1AKCUS P. HODOES, Praa'l.
ARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE.
METROPOLITAN 1N8URANCS COMPANY
No. lt8 Ban ad wit, Niw Tons.
CAS1Z CAPITAL ONE MILLION DOLLARS
ASSETS, JANUARY, 1808. $1,83, OM 08
ThU Company Insures, at castomary rates of pre
mlum.agalaatallMARlNEand INLAND NAVIGATION
RISES on CARGO or FBEIQiITj alto against loss or
damage by riHS.
IF PREMIUMS ARE PAID IN OOLD, LOSSES WILL
SB PAID IN Q OLD.
The assured recclra 78 per ceat. of tbe net profits
without lacsrrlag aay liability, or, la lieu thereof, at
their option, a liberal discount upon tbe premium
All losiee equitably adj ailed and promptly paid.
Scrip Dividend, declared January 23, I860,
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT
JAMES LORIMER ORAnAM.FresldSBt.
ROBERT M C. QRAUAM,Vlce Presldeat.
JAMES LORIMER GRAIIAM, Jr , 14 Vice Pres'l.
HENRY H. PORTER, Secretary
C1IAKLES KINO, Ageat,
Room No. 4, Washington Building,
JeT-ly Cor. Pennsylvania av. andBeveath etreet.
EPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
UaiTto Statu Patkkt Orrici,
WAtnaaToa, Oct, 10, ueo
On the petition of Plackney Frost, of Sprlnufleld,
Vermont, praying for the eitsnslon of a patent
fram.u o luia tue ma umj o. rfnurji iw. ana re
tutd the 8th day of February, 1818, for aa improve
Blent In Scythe Fattening!, for aeven years from the ex
S (ration of said pataat, which takes place oa tbo 11th
ay of January, 1887,
Ills ordered that the said Detltloa be beard at the
Patent Office oa MONDAY, the 24th day of December
near, at iao ciocam., ana ait persons are noiinea 10
appear and show caase, If aay they have, why said
petition ought not to be graated
Persons opposing the esteaeloa are required to Ale In
the Pstent Office their oblecllons. ireelallr set forth la
writing at least taunt u days before tbe day of hearing ,
all testimony filed by either parly, to be used at tbe
it. Bearing, must bo lasea ana usasuuii.u in Kccuru
ante wltb the ralee of the office, w his h will ba fur
Depositions aad other Diners, relied BOOB at ttsll
mo ay. must be filed In tbe olflee fiMnfydaje before tba
day of hearing i the arguments. If any. within ttn days
afisr tllag the testimony.
Ordered, also, that this notice be published la the
ftntubfioan aad tbe InUlltgenetr, Wathlngton, D 0 ,
and la the Vtrnont Journal, Windsor, Vermont, oace
a week or three successive weeks i the flret of said pub
lleatloas to beat least slxlydaya previous to tbe day
nt r,aarB. -
T. 0. THEAKSK,
.. -.,. ... . Commissioner of Patents.
P. S Edltori ef the above papers will please copy,
aaa scna ineir puis io ma rateal otsea with a paper
WM-n ivurfi oe.o-wow
Th Pnblle Law of th United Statae,
TIllJiTIOAr. RKIUMl7iTIIE NAT! ON A I, UNION PARTY.
A GREAT OAMPAION TArER.
BEADING FOR TUE MILLION. ,
CIRCULATE"! CinoOLXTE! CIKCULXTE!
It Ii manlfeitly troa tbat tba political campaign
nponvrhtah tba tonntrjIajnitantartacUto ba b
ctUIi of vait Importanco. Upon It will depend tba
daarcit Inter ill tt tba Untied Statea Oovaromaat
an4poopl. Having paiaad tbreojb the rdeal at
a civil war trlatnpbantl, tt remalrji to ba decided
whether tba legitimate frnlti ef the nnltod labors
of thoi who united, without reipaet of party, for
the prMarratlon of tba Got em men t shall ba tamed
to bitter aihet, and the dliunlon wblob Boutbera
re belt conli not accompli in iball be effected by
THE NATIONAL HE PUBLICAN
has alwavi battled for the Qorirnmant and the
flag, and now, when disruption of the Union la
ooarted by extremlite who, under the gulio of pure
patrlotlo principle, are ravenous for political power
and place, the
atlll battle! for the flag ef our Union.
It U to be an arduous straggle, and we aik In all
slnoerity that tho friends of the Union which la
our eanie as against seotlonallats of every name and
from every quarter (hall give us the eneoursgo
tnent needed by every public journal.
Situated as we are at the capital of the nation
and enjoying tbe beat facilities for obtaining Informa
tion of the utmost Importance to every American
eltlun, we shall confidently undertake to furnish
our readers during tho forthcoming political cam
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tux of reitorlng to their proper relations the peo
ple lately tn robelllon, hollering, as we do, that be
has grasped the true theory of ristoratiom, and
that he has the courage to abide by his convictions,
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tloa of rliltor. oa th. lit of JULY. aa4 remain orea
.am Ih.laat of OCTOBER
Pr Mutur, rrof..or af Sartf.rp la th. J.ff.raoa
M.dlcal Coll.ga, rhllail.lpbla, frwm paraOBal ohMrva
tloa aad ea.mlc.l aaalrtlt, plae.J tbaa. Hprlon a. Iha
moat Taloabla of r.m.dlal areata la all dlaeaao. of a
chroall or orgaalo aatar..
la Tlaltlaa' tba bprl.ka rorsoa. Till bar. aa opp.rta
altp of ...tar Falrrai SlatloB, Manama Janctlaa, War
raaton, Mnll Kan, Kapldan, Orausa Uoarl Uoaaa, Oor
doaa.llla. BBd many otb.r point, of hlalorla tnt.r.at la
Qood Coa.h.a aoaoact with tba trato. of th. Al.xaa
drla A Oranaa and Virginia C.ntral Uallroada to.onT.r
Tiaiiora 10 in. springa
ur.at pain. Bar. l..a t.a.u io int in. voii.iug. ..)
gronad. In good ord.r and r.palr,
Tba Uol.l will accouiLndata '
40O l.rounai baald..
thar. ara a BBinbar of haodioua t olt.gu. miid op x
nr.aala for famltla.
l.rw.l f3 uv p.r ..71 . livvf., uia.uuut i. .i.vu.
r.nalnlog a luoatb aad loag.r CblMr.n aad a.rranu
ICOILSTOH, BALDWIN A CO I
p. C. WfeDjtflSDiYWRNmo.
m Elavlitd airt'OaviiMtt),) r OffltUllr
1 ri.ATron.ai op pmaciPLEi.
Tha National Union ConTantloo now uiamlla!
In tba city of rhUad.lpbla, eompotad of delagataa
from arar. Slate and Territory In th. Union, nd
monlabadby tbo lolaina leeiona whloh for tba taat
Df. yeara'lt baa plaaaad tn. Borema Xlnler of tba
anlraria to gtra to tb. American people, pro
found, gratefoi for tb. return of peaee, deslroae
ai are A large majority f tbelr mnotrymen Id all
atneertty to forget And io forgtr. tbe paat, rererlag
tie Constitution aa It came to oa from oar anoee
tore regarding tba Union U 111 restoration aa more
aaored than .rer, looking with, deep anxiety Into
tb. futnr. u iof IniUstAnd continuing trial,
hereby tasaeg and proelalma the following d.elAra
tion of principle! and parposci on which they bar.
with perfect unanimity agreed I
t. We ball, with grallto.de to Almighty Qod the
end of war and the rttinf of peac. to our Afflicted
and bal.Tad land. al
X Th. war jait closed hA4malnta!ned th. an
tbortty of the Constitution, udth all tbe powers
which It confers, and all the Wstrlctlons which It
Impose! upon th. Qeneral aorinmint unabridged
And unaltered, and tthu praaerred the Union with
the equal rights, dlgnlt. and authority of the Btatea
perfeot And unimpaired.
3 Representation In the Congress of the United
Mtatea and In tb. Eleotofal College is a rlghtreeeg-.
nlsed by the Oonatltutloq A! abiding In.TsryStAt.
And as a duty Imposed upon Its people, fundameu
tat In Its natBre, and essential to tbe .llttonce of
our republlaan InstltutlonA, and neither Congress
nor the General Qownuient has any Authority or
power to deny this right to any State or to with,
bold enjoyment under tbe Constitution from the
4. We call upon the peoplo of tbe United 8tatea
to elect to Congress as msmbers tborsof none bul
men wbo admit this fundamental right of repre.
sentatlon, and who will reoeir. to seats therein
loyal repreaeniatleea from arsry Stat. In allegiance
to tb. United States, aubjest to tbe constitutional
rlgbt of each House to judge of tbe election returns
and QuallneAtlons of Its own members
5 Tbe Constitution of th. United States and tbe
laws made In pursuance thsrtsf ara t "Tbe supreme
law of tbo land, anything In tbo constitution or
laws of any State to the contrary notwllhstand.
Ing " All tbe power! not conferred by the Constl
tution upon the Qeneral Qorernment, nor pro
blblted by it to tbe Slate, ere ressrred to tbe
States or to tbe people thereof, end among the
rights thus reserved to tbe States Is tbe right to
prescribe Qualifications for tbe eleollre franchise
therein, with which right Congress cannot inter,
fere No State or combination of States has the
right to withdraw from tbe tnlon, or to exclude,
through tbelr action In Congress or otherwise, any
otbar Stat, or States from toe Union. The nolon
of these States Is perpetual, aad Its government la
of supreme authority within tbe restrictions and
limitations of the Constitution.
0. Suoh amendment to tb. Constitution of tbe
United States may be made by the people thcrof aa
tbey may deem expedient, but only In tbe mode
pointed out by Its provisions, and tn proposing
such amendments, whether by Congress or by a
convention, and In ratifying tbe aatne, all the
States of the Union have an eiual and anlndefeag
Ible right to a voice and a rots thereon.
7. Slavery Is abolished and forever prohibited,
and there le neither desire nor purpose on tbe part
of tbe southern Statea tbat It should ever be re
established upon the soil or within tbe Jurisdiction
of the United States, and tbe enfranchised slavee In
all the States of tba Union should receive, In com.
mon with all tbelr Inhabitants, equal protection in
ererr right of person and nronertv.
t. tvnue we regard aa utterly tnraua ana never
to be assumed or made of blndla. force any obit
gallon Inourred or undertaken In making war
against tbe United States, we bold tba debt of tbe
nation to be sacred and Inviolable, and we proclaim
our purpose to maintain unlopeacbed the honor
BB4I SO. IBI.H 01 so. ...puoilo. .
V. It is tbe duty or tbe National Government to
recognise tho servloes of the Foderal soldiers aod
sailors (n tbe contest just closed by meeting
nromplly and fully all their Just and rlitbtful
claims for the aerrioes they have rendered tbe
nation, and by extending to those of them who
have fallen tbe most generousand considerate care
10 In Andrew Jonxaov. President of tho United
States, who In his great oSoe baa proved stsadfast
In bis devotion to the Constitution, tbe laws and
Interests of bla country, unmoved by persecution
and unswervod by reproach, having faith unassall
able In tbe people and In the precepts of the Gov
ernment, we recognise a Chief Alsglslrato worthy
of the nation and equal to tbo great crisis upon
which his lot Is cast, and we tendor to him In tbo
discharge of his high and responsible duties our
profound rcspeol and assurance of our cordial and
national omon covuittee.
John T. Crowell, of New Jersey, Chairman.
Maine James Alann and A. A. Gould.
New Hampshire Edmund llurko and E. S Nut
ter. Vermont B. B Smalley and Colonel 17. N.
Massachusetts Joslah Dunham aod R. S. 6pof.
Rhode Island Alfred Anthony and James II.
Connecticut James F. Babcock and I.. C.
New Yorlc Robert II. Proyn and Samuel S.
New Jersey Joseph T. Crowell and Theodore
Pennsylvania J. M. Zullck and J. S. Black.
Pelaware J. S Comegys and Edward S. Martin.
Maryland Governor Swann and T. Q Pratt
Virginia-James F. Johnson and Dr. E 0. Rob
West Virginia Daniel Lamb and John J. Jack
son North Carolina Thomas 8 Ashe and Joseph II.
South Carolina J amea I. Orr and B. F. Perry.
Georgia J. II. Christy and Thomas S llarde
Florida William Marvin and Wilkinson Call.
Mississippi W. L. Sharkey and George L.
Alabama W. 11. Crenshaw and 0. 0 Huckabee
Louisiana Randall Hunt and Alfred Hennlng
Arkansas Lorento Ulbson and A II. English.
Texas B. II Epperson and John Hancock.
Tcnnosioo D 1. Patterson and M illiam B Camp,
Kentucky R. II. Stanton and Hamilton Pope
Ohio L. B. CampbillandOeorgeB Smyth
Indiana D. S. Gooding and Thomas Dowllng
Illinois John A. McCleruand and Jesso 0. Nor
Michigan Alfred Russell and Byson G, Stout.
Missouri lion. Barton Aboil and James S. Rol
Minnesota Hon. II. M. lllce and D. F. Norton.
Wisconsin J. A. Nootian and S. A Peace
Iowa Qoorge A. Tarker and Wm A Chase.
Kansas James A McDowell and W. A. Tipton.
California Hon. Samuel Purdy and Joseph P.
Nevada John Carmlcbaet and Hon Q. B Hall.
OregonJames W. Nesmith and B W Bonbam.
District of Columbia Joslah D Hoover and J,
Dakota N. K. Armstrong and N W. Winer.
Idaho William II Wallaco and II. Cummlna
Nebraska Gen. II. II. Heath and Hon J, a
RIBIDBNT bxbcdtivh couuittkb at WAaaUOTOH.
Charles Knapp, of New Jersey, Chairman.
Hon. Montgomery Blair, Maryland.
Hon. Charles Mason, Iowa
WnrA II. I.amnn .Tnhn T fnvle. A. IS. P.rrv.
rjamuel Fowler, Col James R U'BoIrne, Cornelius
Wendell, District of Columbia
NATIONAL UNION IXECITTIVE C0UUITTEE.
Joseph T. Crowell, Railway, N J , Chairman.
Col Jas F Baboock, New Ilaren, Conn
Hon Robert II Pruyn, Albany, N Y
Gen. Samuel M Zullck, Philadelphia, Pa.
Hon Thos, G Pratt, Baltimore, Md.
Hon. Jesse 0. Norton, Chicago, III.
Barton Able, St. Louis, Mo
Hon Wm. ii. Sharksy, Jacksoo, Miss
DK NTIS T BV.-I) R.
L00UI8. asaibssr Dsxriar, S.IU
reoualva.la av.ane, near eorn.r of
Ztlntb atra.t, elands to all braneh.t pertaining to th.
prof.aaten. tfelforniellon of lb. month .orreaUd, Bad
very variety ef artll.lal sat. mads spl-lp
OCTOBER 24. 1866
ItiblUIwd la thU JoarmU by AtJtfcorltv.
The EYenitssr Attar Victims,
Mouth of the St. Jehn river, Florida, Oct ll,Cerre
spoadoace of the Hew York Herald 1
Tho iccond Tnato of 'tho ill-fated Evening
Star, Wm. P. 0 oldie, stranded on this shore,
nbont font miles below the bar, at ten
o ciock. at nignt or tno Bin, and succeeded In
reachinsr this hamlet the next morn.ni-. after
walking at least twclvo miles throngh
swamp and jungle. His account of tho dis
aster Is substantially tho same as' that pub
lished, except that his boat wa.1 entirely
filled with passengers, all but four of whom
wero ladies. lie lost all his oars when tho
steamship went down, and had nothing but
a small picco of board to navlratc with.
From being repeatedly capsized he lost all
out tour oi mo laoics, mere being leltr but
nlno persons, all told, In tho ,boat This
happened during tho first forty-eight hours.
Ho then took a ehirt from ono of the gentle
men, his own being torn off, and rigged a
sail by putting a cross-bar through tho arms
and lashing on upright picco to it,
sxroK oosiisa us sioiit or lakd
ono man and ono woman died, and wero
thrown overboard. The rest of tho men and
ono lady becamo insane from thirst and hun
ger, and Jumped overboard. This left tho
rnato and two young women, Miss Rosa
Howard and Miss Annlo Norton. They
knew on tho night of tho 8th that they wero
near a port, from tho feeble glimmering of
tho ship's lantern, which Is allowed to dis-.
graco this lighthouse; but tho ladies wero
nearly insensible. Fortunately a slight rain
camo on at dark, and Mr. Gofdic wrung a
small quantity of water Into their mouths,
obtained by spreading a small piece of petti,
coat on tho after thwarts. This .greatly
revived them and reopened their stlflenod
Jaws. They were silting in the bottom of
the boat qnielly.hands clasped on tho knees,
when tho boat entered tho breakers, ho
steering with tho picco of board. The boat
Easscd through two breakers successfully,
ut capsized by tho third In water so shallow
that Ooldlo's. feet touched bottom at once.
lie reached shoro quickly, shouted to his
companions and went into tho serf as far as
the undertow would permit, but neither saw
nor heard them again. They, undoubtedly,
in their enfeebled condition, lor six dtys
without food or water, other than ono small
flsh, and the rain of Monday evening, almost
without clothing, exposed to an almost trop
ical sun, were drowned at once. Tlicy could
not make tho one small effort that would
have crowned their heroic endnranco with
success. Tho body of Miss Annie Norton
(printed Addio in the list of passengers of
tho Savannah aVeics) was found, and buried
next morning abovo hlgh-watcr mark. Sho
was from Long Island. The placo of burial
is well known, should her relatives desiro to
regain tho body or transfer it to tho Catholic
ccmtery hero. Miss Rosa Howard's body
(there is no Rosa Howard, but Rosa Bum's,
in the same list) was found tUo same even
ing by two fishermen; but their cowardly
dread would not permit them to touch It.
It was again seen by a little boy, who was
unablo to move It out of tho serf. I have of
fercd rewards and sent expeditions in search
of It, thus far without success, and shall Bend
some of my boatmen again at low water to
day, nun directions to bnnrr It or secure It
if possible. If I find it alter sending this let
ter io morrow at uayiigui I will liavo it
burled In tiro cemetery grounds of tbo Catho
lic ciiurcu, nnu ruiisc you oi tuc luct.
TIIR rO.VDICT OP THE LADIFS PCRIsa THE OALK.
Tho courage, patience, obedience of direc
tions, heroic, quiet endurance of thirst and
hunger and of an almost tropical sun, of all
tho ladies, is spoken pf by Mr. Qoldio as
being beyond praise) but Miss Howard (who
had but a chemise, with her name on its
front,) and Miss Norton, (who had, in addi
tion to mat garment, n sort ot worsted sack,
trimmed with dark trimininc. made to bo
worn with a belt,) who survived tho rest of
mo passengers, were bravo, gentle, lady-like,
uncomplaining, able to obey directions, dc
Birous of assisting themselves and others to
tho utmost they wero heroines. That they
should havo failed at tho last moment, after
Buch heroic struggles, is sad to think of.
They needed but tho steel like muscles of tho
officers to have secured success. Miss Nor
ton was about 20 years of age, quite tall.wilh
dark hair. MissJ nonard, on the contrary,
was not abot e fit o feet one and a half or two
inches, and 1G or 17 years of age; both ro
iqarkably lino looking womeni the hair of
the latter was also dark. The last-named
lady was from tho city of New York.
1 send you this account, received from Mr.
Qoldio and tho fishermen of the beach, that
I mav possibly", if but in a small decree.
soften tho anguish of tho relatives of those
mat pensacu on thai in latcu steamer, know
inir that Your widclv-circulatcd naner will
reach every homestead desolated by this
In addition. I think it duo to Mr. Qoldio to
state that ho has proved himself capublo of
all those powers and irtues which render a
bravo sailor tho trusted one of those commit
ted to his care.
My boatmen found tho remains this after
noon, ibo sharks, shown by tho marks of
tho teeth on tho bones, had destroyed most
of tho body. It was that of a rather small
female; a nearly cntiro foot was delicately
and beautifully formed, and had always been
encased inn light shoo. I buried tho remains
In tho enclosed lot appropriated to soldiers
and sailors who had perished in tho late war.
1'erNoiM Killed I.urgo Climber
of HouHent IICNlrojctl.
From Havti wo havo intclligencoofamost
disastrous explosion, which occurred at l'ort-au-1'rinco
on tho 12th of September. Ac
cording to official accounts, thirteen persons
wero killed, and as many wounded, and a
great number of houses destroj cd. .
A I'ort-au.l'rinco correspondent, writing
of the catastrophe, says:
As to tho couscqucnccs, thoy nro fearful,
and really cry painfully distressing to cry
many. 1 bo report announced tho explosion
of the powder magazines or tho "ritate,"
thrco In number, containing nearly two thou
sand kegs of gunpowder, with a countless
number of projectiles, chainshots and bomb
shells. The effects arc awful: showers of bullets.
and In many instances scleral cannon balls,
fell into almost every house. The blowing
up of ocr ono httndnd houses followed, and
tho household goods of thoa who wero fortu
nate enough to escopo uninjured wero over
turned and 8inishod, several human bilngs
wero Bent Into ctenulv. Uv tho concussion
several houses wero greatly Injured and
some sliuiit v. ct none or tcrv lew escapeil
licinn riddled with spent balls and thrown
out of then pcipcndiuilnr, in some cases
This tinforlunalo affair had entailed irreat
distriss upon u larifo portion of the inhabi.
tants. lly an oflicial inquiry it was shown
that tho explosion was accidental, and not
the work of an incendiary, as at first sup-
posed. ftnama Star and Ihrald, 12th,
The Indian Trouble Another War
Tho Topcka Btcord ot the 16th says:
Col. Veal camo from tho West lost night.
Ho reports that the Indians aro so troublo
lomo on the plains that ho dare not risk his
train, and turned it back. Tho wife and
family of Jesso Crane, tho sutler at Fort
Lamed, came In jestcrday also. They left
on account ot danger. (Jen. Sherman was
at Fort Riley j estcrday, and will pass East
to-day. Ho is hurrying troops westward.
Since the Qeneral and Mr. Crano's family
left Fort Lamed, news has been brought in
that the Indians had robbed tho sutler's store.
,We also learn that tho overland station at
Chalk HIuus has been burned. Tort Lamod
has probably gone with tho sutler's store.
Tbo Denver (Kansas) A'cws of tho 8th sas:
There is general alarm, and there aro fears
of tho most serious consequences from this
Editors News: Tho Indian excitement yet
continues. It appears that CoL Alexander
and tho citizens, a few da)s ago, drote them
into tho mountains, but yesterday they re
turned and resumed their blamlv ileeda nt
murder, stealing, and shooting down tho
Settlers nro coming to this place, and
others aro fortifying at homo. Up to this
timo thrco men have been killed, and several
missing. If ws do not gcthclpimmcdiatcly,
no ono can forcsco the end. All tho fine
crops of this valley will fall into tbelr hands,
with tho stock and money.
Baoito, Urrxu Hcrno, Oct. S.
Majob D. C. Oases i Dear Sir I find my.
self here, surrounded by Indians. They arc
killing people and taking horses. They had
a fight with the soldiers and citizens, and
took the stock from them. They camo to
Hufano and killed two men, and took all the
horses for twelve miles up tho creek. The
latest report is that they havo taken tho
stock from Sain Hicklia's and killed one
man. The soldiers and citizens are on tho
trail, but will not overtake them. Tho Xemt
predicts a lonir and serious Indian war. and
noticed the anxiety tho Indians have dis
played for a j cor past to purchaso fire-arms
and ammunition for them at most extrava
gant rates. Iiy this means the Indians here
secured quite a stock of tho desired arms.
At tho recent disturbance of tho annuities
inlhcMiddlo Tork, Colorado, ono of their
chiefs boldly advocated driving tho whites
out of tho mountains.
The hnMnol Nniket.
Tho Elmilard says that tho Chassepot
needle-gun has already been Bcrvcd out to
the battalion of Chasseurs of tho Oordo Im
pcrialo quartered at Vlnccnncs. The follow
ing account of this weapon is from an able
paper on breech-loaders, published by M.
Xavicr Raxmond, in a late number of the
Revue des Deux ilondet:
"As regards tho rapidity of fjre, nhich ap
pears now-a-days to bo the principal desidera
tum, a man with a lot of loose cartridges bo
side bim can firo the Chassepot musket 12
times in one minute; but that rato tho most
skillful and robust soldier cannot keep up
beyond about 30 rounds; past that, tho firo
perceptibly slackens. The same thing occurs
with tho Prussian needle-gun after the 25th
round. Tho causo Is purely rthvslcal i. e.
the fatigue of thi man, whoso left arm has.
oucn io finnnort nnalileil tho wlinln weftrht tT
i tuc weapon, ii, insicau oi Having looso car
tridges by the soldier's side, ho has to tako
them out of his pouch, the rato of firing de
clines to six rounds per minute; but it aver
ages Bcvcn or eight rounds per minute if tho
man is allowed to tako his cartridges from
tho right-hand pocket of his trowscrs.
"Tho accuracy of tho weapon has been as
certained by making the men fire at targets
2 metres high by 2 in breadth at a rango of
600 metres, using a rest for the rifle. At that
rango a great many men, firing 100 rounds,
lodged 100 bullets in the target. Tho point
blank rango of tho Chassepot musket is fixed
at 500 metres, the cxtremo range exceeds
1,000 metres, and tho weapon requires no
cleaning beforo 250 rounds have been fired;
1,000 and 1,200 shots havo been fired with
tho samo musket without its sustaining any
damage. The Chassepot musket may, there
fore, sustain x cry advantageously a competi
tion with tho needle gun. Its superiority
arises chiefly from the more perfect closing
of tho breech, which is complete, whilo it is
very defective in tho zundnailctgcwchr. All
tho gases developed by tho ignition of tho
charges aro utilized to propel tho bullet,
which adds to its rango and penetrating
power, whilo the perfect combustion of the
fiowdcr naturally obxiatcs the necessity of
requcnt cleaning, which the Prussian weapon
cannot do without."
UrvcnAi. Siikiiman, when about to leave
St. Louis on his trip to tho mountains, in
answer to his servant's question as to his
baggago said, " Put mo up a shirt I"
At ono of tho posts on tho road, an ill
mannered fcllow.awcalthy contractor.pushcd
into the private quarters, whero tho (Jencral
sat in after-supper chat, and insisted on tho
commanding o Dicer introducing him at once,
which, being done, ho further interrupted tho
" Wall, (iln'ral, thought I'd corao up and
shako hands withxou; heerd ou was pass
Sherman quietly looked at the man, who
continued us follows:
"I wont to tell j ou, Uin'ral, that It's my
opinion ou oughtcr station a company of
cavalry here" went on tho infatuated man.
The Ucueral did not move his ejes from
him; they began to twinkle.
"This jar's an important post, xcr see.
You don't know it, mayhap, but x ou ro-aiy
oughtcr hate cavalry here; and 1 kin sell
'em hay and forage cheaper than any man
The man said no more, for in his quick,
nervous way, Sherman broke out:
" You'd better go to ploughing, sir I
You'd better go to ploughing! I think x ou'ro
fit for that What wire )ou samg, Col
onel ?" turning to his neighbor.
Siioc-mmi Muidf.b A shocking murder
wus pcrpeiruuu in iic.i jiuruuru, ii , m
Saturday night. '1 lie victim was a Mr. Julius ,
Thompson, a bachelor forty xearsof age,,
who lived with his mother and sister on tho
road leading toTulcott Mountain lletwcen
sc en and eight o'clock a j oting man called
nt tho bouse and requested Mr 'I hoinpson to
assist him, as his wagon had broken down
Mr. Thompson went out with the stranger,
and was found by his street gate about an
hour afterwards, uiulerntrccoiithcliiubwuv.
brutally murdered. Ills skull was broken
open with some Instrument or club No ar-
rests, as yet, havo been inude, but tho Hart-
lorn police are on tne track oi tno supnostu
murderer. A bubdilious character has been
Bicn for sctral da) s hanging about tho vil-
lagc, and is supposed to be tho murderer,
Rubbery was tho probable cause, as Mr.
Thompson had tome money and bonds in
Ii piblliked every morslig (rjaadaye eieepled) fcy W
J, KciTi.i C i K. 11 MJnUi trt,ad It furnished
U eabacrlbera 07 itirlin) at 7fleeala per moith.
UU elerlVere,MOq per aaanm HM for tU
noitii j ai $t M for three moalh. fmnHo(y In tff
SUg 1 eople, 0 aaaia,
THI WIUUT MATIOMAL RXTDBUOAX
U pakUaaaflTfrj Priday meralag t Om py .a.
100 1 Tim fpa aa Tar, $S00 Tea eople
A Chnrlciton Opinion Abont the
Thoro Is no Tact moro patent than that
Congress avow6d publicly upon tho record
that tho wholo object of tho lata war was tho
preservation of tho Union and of the States
under Iho Constitution.
If these commonwealths aro States, it fa
Elain that they cannot, without their consent,
o deprived of their cqnal suffrage in tho
Senate, and yet they aro still excluded from
all representation, whilo held to be States,
authorized to pass upon an amendment to
For these propositions and this new theorv
of conditions thcro is no warrant in the (inn.
stltution itself. To admit that a dominant
party can destroy or creato States, can hold
them as provinces for one mimosa, and as
sovereignties for another, can restrict or deny
tui-ir representation unless upon tne adop
tion of certain laws proposed by itself, is in
deed to declare a doctrine, "at war with every
principle of tho Ooxcmment and with tho
very cxistenco of frco institutions."
The amendment, therefore, has been well
characterized as simply a devico to keep up
disquiet and disunion.
Against all constitutional precedent, and
without guarantee, tho amendment is liable
also to the gravest objections in referenco to
its specific provisions. Its adoption by theso
States would be an act of futito dishonor.
Tut radicals foully abuse President John
son on account of his policy of restoration,
but not moro foully than they abused Presi
dent Lincoln on account of the samo policy.
If this Is consolatory, President Johnson is
Tho notorious manifesto of Wado and
Davis was levelled at Mr. Lincoln simply as
tho advocato of tho policy which Mr. John
son is executing. This our readers will re
member. And surely tho manifesto was
abusivo enough. It was as abusive as very
eminent masters of abuse could make it.
"Praidcnl Lincoln," it declared, "is guilty
of personal ami it ion, ezeeutiie usurpation,
and military tyiannv Heisgutlty of per
jury tn violating the Constitution he has
solemnly uom to support." And so forth.
About the same timo Wendell Phillips, in a
public letter, as many of our readers will
also remember, referred to Mr. Lincoln as
"the elate hound of Illinois." And tho rest
of the radical pack opened on him In tho
So they served President Lincoln 4r ad
vocating tho policy of restoration. Wo do
not sco that they nro serving President John
son any worso lor executing It, though tho
executor, no donbt, is moro responsible than
me advocate, iney ougut to serve mm
worse, but they do not Far bo it from us,
however, to reproach them with slackness in
this respect, llicy doubtless would servo
him worso If they knew how. Louisville
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.tuitianuvitiiaaa uu.uabiui.i;iiu.-i a lJi.
Governor Stone, of low a, informs a news- .
l'ui-r eurrespuuueni mat. ll is uououui
whether ho will call an extra session of tho
Legislature this Winter, as ho doubts tho
''tu'f'W.pTCxpcdicncv of sjdoing. Much,
however, win depend upon tno Nox ember
elections. ThoUoxcrnor is of tho opinion
flint .Ti-itineniii ln. .11 lwn 4r. f t. -
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hailled Ll nnrnrrftU find llmt ihn Prtrm ivi.
tion at Amendment niiestfnn will ho e.m.t.
ceded bv measures adantpd (o thanproimipm
of the times, and the prospects of tho future.
FFIOIAU TH K WAIl DEPART.
CIRCULAR IK RELATION TO THE TATMEltT OF
WlR DEritTKIKT, )
Adjctut QiiKUAL'a Orrici,
WaUUIMUTOX, tJ.pt. 20, 1&6. )
InorJerto correct nWrfprcicnution In Mipoctto
tbapBjrmoBt of boa&tlcaulborlil tt the UumuIob
orCoDgrtM. tba StcreUry of War dlrtct tb follawln
itatetnont to bt jmblUUJ t
"TbriymerUof hoontlM to aoldlori under tb cl
ofCDfrswbu not ln dUytl br ur action or In-
UrftrtDCt, Of tba frail Jant Bonn iftrtLaa.tftnri.nifst
of Coniiraaa a Hoar J, wltb Oaoaral Canlj aa praaldaat,
fraaorninlivil In prpara mWa an J ratfuUtloiia far Iba
par man t of tba aulbortitvl bouallaa Tbla doty In
volvad tba couildaratlaiB of namaroua acta of toagraa
aod tba rtru.attoua anl practlca of aararal bnreaaa;
and npoa It dapeiida tba propar dlabaraatuent of ovar
flfiy mi I lion of dollar auoDK mora than a million of
clalnaola Tba Board dotad thaniaalvea dl.l2tnt.7to
tbelr wvik, an J, when It waa completed, mada raport
m me. oecreiarT 01 war 1 nai o nicer revieai ina ri
tatlna, and, bavUtf doubta la reipect to eomeof tb
legal polntt determined by lie Board, referred tbelr re
port to tba Attorney Oeaeral, wbo, after mature cob
Id a rat leu, advlaad certain cbaagea. Tbo matter waa
again referred to Ibo Board, wltb Intlrncllooa to rel
and amend tba rtgalatlone Tbla waa done, and tba
amended regolatlona, being aprrofad by Iba Attorney
Oeaeral, were promptly pabllalied, and order laaved !
carry tbetu Into eflect la tbe wbole procedure ibere
waa uo Interference by tba Prealdant or lb Secretary of
UeTreaiary Tberoporl wae not euppreeaed or eeea
by olttaer of tbcm Tba rrgulatlona were prepared on
aer tne direction or the Secretary or War, wltb aa niocb
diligence a tba dllacaltlea of tba euMect aad tba mag
nllode of Iba dltburaemenla would earn It.
'n reaped to iba order leiaporarlly euapeodlog pay
tnentof bonnllaa to colored iroope, CS),reaa bad uan
Ifeated aa anxlona deelra, by amendment of tba ael,
la aiieor thoAta bonntsPsi to tbacolorod oldler. and to
protect blra aifalnt-t fraudulent a. out a aad aaalgaaea
Tba amount of ttfie bosntla la aatlmated at nearly
twenty tiilNloDa of dollara The bccrclary of War fall
11 ma amy 10 nere in regulation 01 ma layuepan
meat rarufally rerlaed, ao aa to provide any additional
clock tbat iulbhl aecoro tb boaaty to colored loldleri,
and protect tbe Treasury agalnat fraod. Tba eabject
waa iberefora referred to General Caoby'a Hoard aad
upon tbelr report being n.ade, payment of tbaa bona
tlea waa or Ji red tor tba temporary aoapanalonof pay
mant, neither tbe 1'raaldent nor the Secretary of tba
Treaaury Ureapo&allla All tb lime taken waa re
paired by Jaitlceta tba colored aoldler aod tbe public
ireaaary, and Io carry oat tbe maalfel purpt of ton
3rea.ao a to protect Iba auldlcr, ae fair aa tulgbt ba
ono by carefully prepared regulation, agalnat balag
cheated oat of bl bounty ' '
By order of lb Secretary of War .
K. D TOWX6EHD,
oc3 Aantaiaut AdJaUnl Uaerat
Vkitbd State Patiht Or ma,
Wj.iniUTOJI Atuuitt), le
On tb pttltloa of Jobq K. UoHlit, of Cbeliea, Uaaaa
cbaietta, formerly of I'lqoa, Oblo. praying for lb as
teneloo of a patent granted to bim on IbaSOlb day of
Not ember, lU2,for aa Improremcnl la Ureia Separa
tore, and retained on tba lTtb day of May, Iftt? In tbraa
dlrUlooa, A, B, and C, numbered reipectlrely 713, 718,
and 717, tbla petition Win for tba extnlon of Iba re
laaae ll numbered 710, for aeTea yeara from lb eiplra
tloa of aald patent, wblcb takea pUce on the 30th day
of It or em bar, .sen,
It la ordered tbat th aald petition be heard at th
Talent OHce ou MONDAV, iba ISih day of MoTeuber
next, at 12 o'clock, in , and all peraona ira aotlBed to
appear and abow caaao, If any tbey bare, why Ball
petition aught not to ba granted
Teraona vppoelng Iba extcntloa ire required to Ale
la tba I'lten; Office their objection, apeelally aat forth
la writing, at leaat fiornf 1 dare before th day of hear
ing , all tatlmony filed by either parly, to b need at
Iba aald hearing, unit be taken and traoamUUd lo ac
cordance with tb rutea of tbeot&ee, which will ba fur
ttUhad on application
Deposition and oiler arera, relied upon aa tc.tl
mooy, inaat be filed la tb ofilc tWity daya before lb
day f bearlngi tb argamaata, If any, wtthla ttn dty
after filing th taatlmony
Ordered, alio, that tbla notice be pnblUhcd la lb Ei
rrBLiOAN and th InttlUgtnctr, Washington, P 0 ,
and latbeoumal, Eo.ton, Uaiaachuaetla, once a week
for three aucceatlr week Ibe flret of aald pnbllcatloe
to be at leaat ality da ja prerlona lo tb day of bearing
' ' TO TUKAKiK,
P 8 lidltoraof tb above papera will plea copy,
and tend tbelr Mile to lb 1'atenl OdUe wtifa paper
containing tbla notice as3-law3w
I? D W A 1U) I. Y 0 E T T ,
li BOOK.B1HDIR 1KB PAPIB-ROtER,
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talk alraeta, aoilh aid,
Bocka legaatly crrUll.T tu ParUltMls u4
lawip apar awaiillr MU4ai U,
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