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svtHlnrkMvuTion ro thi patmit
I OT fbCltni DHDIR TBS ACT TD KOAUIl
.,J1OUItTIES,AFPOyiD JOLT M. 1100. ,it
. ,L Alt snUeAtlaie aleUte IM wllhtA lit period of
rltt maltha, freii l lil ay OclMw.l im. W I M
,fc.'k.fiky'U ir.:iuae,BalI MieUeiUeA by
u le o,plt.aliba lie ATVev, that perUd .hall be eel-
n.1 itn the farmer abeita. paid. ' '
L Ftfrf""T'"" tWtrUlu4 aaleee MM-,
Balltltt.rl,itl dla.BA-l.af the oollter, u Ika,
lardavn NMu'ei vy u. it Menci m lie hi, an if
nutier el evil thai ka Ut MIMMtti, ut le aa'
npimw ,u.r to Ik MS Cfrtr Hf. If, awr.
'JhaiilW Uaity (.t wr t I' oUiroerrle. rdV
i. An eppiiileier Ik. Mdiiaaiei "nil, iiiuM
bla tVl. ui . ' "lr 1.1 . .. .l.ttlata II
. .Malaralaaflai raafllrad7ad Ika atUaaat If I
r Mr akall ka tod aan aa la law mviral, kd api11.a
' Uaia (ran tka kalrail daaaaMd aaldlara ikAlt ka li Ika
' fara law riliat k J Ika Trtaiarr PaparitAail.
r-d. Aa ami u Ika axailiAUai if Ika alalna if ur
' nfla.al, at alkar lid.p.id.al arf AAlutlai, akill hit.
kiak pwparlf iAlkpal,lkirAAaUr Oaiaral kkAll
riAka Ua iimi.rr tiapa fat Ikalr .rapt paiia.iU
-'.UrfUlArhAUk k.pl ll Ika PaTaaalar, Oan
i 4rl'i Oni lid, AIM li tka aaa if . Ik taoaid iadl.
tar, if ill alalu praiiaUd ular tka law, li wklak
tka alAlmAiU wUl ba alaaallad ) rafUaaala, ka. If
Ika alAitaa ka allawad,'lka amalit f kaiilj paid t
'adakwUlka'iaUd.fcldlf rajtatad, tka t.a.a af iaaa
".' li Ika hpfUaatlaia far kaniri ka r)lrd kr Ika
N af Ikaal tilai; tka iSdaTll ih.U .Ula aaak Aid ar.rr
parladafaarTlaaraidarad k7 lha alilBAiVud llaa
- T. OrtuliAllaia Ir(ilarl7 la tka aarrlaa '.,''
Dallad (UUa,r aalladail for apaalal pirpoaai, Aa
Ula ktlllUa, Baraa OAird.,. ,a.d lal laaladad ll
,tha.rlboail7liva,r. t laalld.d wltkli tka
tmaAAliff of (tka ACL ,Hlr
I. loldlara aalliUd far "tkraa J.anor dAriiflka
WArtwka w.ra dlaakirf ad kf raaaaa af thd larraliA
llolt'lkawir,''lkallkaaoaaIdarad aa karlif aartad
'nIOaparladof IkHr aiU.lra.il, lid ara aiUllad to
Wa.tj ladW Uli A.U.
r; t. Tha"laarlir of kalra.'ilAlliiila far kaulr lidar
-,OUel,'aith. ph.atk.T..i1iHdl tha dAlaaf
llaiaaaua. TAtAita akAUraaalTaiofiUU lha kaulr
la wklak tkar mar ka aitltlad aa kalra. iilaa. tha
falkar kAa Akudaiad tka .nppart f klafAmllr.Ji
wklak m. II .kail ka paid M tka malkar. n.i.rMl
daac.IAlh.talUdtt.ua akall lot la I kar la Ika
alalm.af kalra. wkawoaldotkarwlaa laaallr lAkarlt
Tka prorlilaaa of Ika Act aid Ada fraa Ma kaialu lha
1. Tkaaa wko, Ailar aarrlaff tka fall pariad of Ihalr
aillatmaiVwara dlahaiorakl dUaharfad niu axpi
X Thoaa dla.kargad darlAg aillitmaal kr war '
fATor or pilakraaat,-.,t j.-.i-ii' . ,
3, Tkaaa dlaakargad oi aeaoait of dlaabllHr aai
Iraatad latkl' aarrlaa, kit lot'oaaAilonad brwaiada
racalrad "II Ika' Hid of dirr," wka .hall lot kira
"praTloulf aartad two'or thrtaraara raapaatlralr At
d. Tkaaa dlaakaif ad ai aaaailt of dlaabUllr 1.I1a
t tha Uma af Ikalr iilUtmait.
dJTbahalnaf lkoaawha,kAradUd aliaa thalr dla
akarga of wauda er diaaaa iat aailraaud fi tka aar
ivtaa,ladliiklliiafAilri o nimt.a
6. Tha BirTlrlar.Mldlara Aid kalra af daaaaaai, aal
dlara wka)oidar ptlTLoia lAwa,kATA. raoalrad,ir ara
I aitltlad ka raaalaa at koialf of mora tkai 1100 from Ika
, .Tn711 airtlrllg aoldlara, aa wall aika kalra of da
aalaad aaldlara, wkaa aoeb aoldlara kar kartarad, .aid,
laalgiad, loaoad, tranaf.rrad, asckAlf ad, or (Uaa awar
Ihalr AAAl dlaakArg. papara, or Air1 tAtaraat la Ika
boailr profldad kr Ihla or aar olhar ct of Coatraaa.
A, Tha Act of lha Ssth of Jalr, 1866, araataa 10 rlf kt
oi lahorllaaea kajood Ikoaa raalad lr tha law aad.r
wbl.kth.u k.lr.xa.'alT.d kr wara aatlllad totacalra
Ika orlgiiAl koaatri d dabar. cartall aluaaa, brothara
and alitara W kalra thatwara aAllllal to raaalralka
orllaAt, loiAlrfrom air claim for tha addliloaAl
loallr prarldad kr Ikla Aai.
., Saapaalfiillr ratarrad to lha Altornar Oaiaral for kla
opliloi oilho polilwhalbor'lka Bulaaaal Bagula
tloia aa wlthta amaadad ara la coiformlty wltk law.
- t r , lOWW H. BTAMTOlf,
J i flaaratar af Wax.
I kara axamlAad tkaaa am.Ad BagBlatloaa', Aad Am
f oplaloa th.r ira Is coaformltr wltk law. i
Tka faMf all Ball, lid Xagilatlaaa ara pakllakad
for tka laformAUoi lid gaiaAaaa or aii aoio.rn.a.
Br ordar of tka Seeralarr of Wat t
I. D. TOWXIIHD,
AaalaUal AdJiUll aaa.ral.
AlUOATIOl Qf, PiaCBAiaiD HLDIBA POI ADOITlOBAb
Stall tJ1 i OmslV o -
Oi Ikla dar V PraasAiir appaaraa
kofara n.,' a li lad for tka aasatr "' ''
Aforaaald, ' J of , ll tka aaul of ' ' aid
tula af , paraoiillr kAaws t ma, whil kalig
dilx awors awordlig to law, daelaraa tkal kla aga U
yaara ; tkal ka la I raaldaat of , aoutr of -
tlataof ,'lid Ikal ka la Ika Idaaltaal wko
wuasll.ladaai 'liOompaar of tka ragl
mast or i to lam far Ika pirtod of' ,aidwaa
dlatkargad from tka aarflaa af tka Uiltad Btataa, aa I
i"at -: , oi tka day of ' , lW-i lr raaaos
of 7nd IhAlha kaa AgAlA kAlfaUd All la
Campaar i ' "" glmaal of , to aarra for
tka parlod of i ud that ka waa dlathargad from tha
aanlea of too'Diltad lutaa aa a At , oi Ika
d.r of i,'lM-Vkr raaaoi of , aid Iks
tkara la addlllosal kaul of I da. him aad.r lb. aai
of Gaagraaaiipyrorad Jaly 3S, lMd. Aid ka doaa far
tkar daalara that ka kaa lot kartarad, aold, ualgaad,
traiafarrad, loaaad, asakaagad, or glraa iwar kla Baal
dlf.karga papara, or air litaraat la tha loaatrpro
Tldad by Ikla er or lkor aatef Coagraaa Ikat ka kaa
not AlroAdr ranlrad or I. oallllad to null, aay otk.r
or graatar booAty IkAi $100, Aid IhAt lkAAtamaat of
aarTleaabavagtTaBla aaorract aad traa .tAt.rn.at of
iiy Aid all air ilia rasdarad by him aarug lha raoai
lioi, Aid tkal ka kaa saver, aarvad otkarwlaa thai aa
atatad, ud ba da.lraa all aommailcAtloaa aoacaratag
tkla alalm to ka aaal to klm At , aoaaty of
Slffnaiur of Claimant.
Alio paraoBilty appaarad bafor ma -- aad ' ' ,
of Iko aooatr of ' aad otata of , paraoaallr
kiowi to ma, who kalag daly a wan Accordlag la law,
daalara that lhar h.i. baas for yaara aaqaalalaa
wltk , tba abova lamad applleaat, who waa a
tiGompiBy of tka raglmaot of , aad
kaow Urn to ba tka Id.otlcal pitioo lamad la lha
foragolag daslaratloo, aod that thay bara bo lal.r.at
wkalarar li Ihla appllcatlos.
Btgnaiurti o loffnraaw.
Bwori to aad .aba.rtb.1 b.fora ma Ihla - day of
I oiBTirT lhal , bafra whom lha foragolag
daclaxAlloB Aad aSldAvlt w.ra made, 1. a , daly
Aithorlsod to AdmlaUUr oalha, Aid that UaaboTO la
kla alg aatara.
la wltaaaa wbaraof 1 bara baraBBtl a.t my baad aad
oOalAl aaal, Ihla dayol ,UH '
Iub. . CW If l
a (lATa .alrrllLD'.)
AND LADIU1 AND OINTLIIIIN'S
Mr. WIIITB ra.aat'allr .asseaK f firaUlea, Hotel
lad Bo.taar.il Froprl.lor., aad. all ''",'l''
fcMn. .nnitaatlr aa baad a .operlor artlale 01 Famuli
ICI ORBAM, ef bis owa naaafaotare. Ule termiaie
inost moderate.- -., . f--
ilih.d with tie txit trtloU, (.1 the hftlUit soUce.
We eoUellfrera the pukUe e cell, hl etet an
deBeelBor4lmtT to glre entire MtUftetloB
M. B. The lecBtloB le obb of the b.it, BBd the 6loon
theflBeillB the eltj. end the proprietor U determined
to saske It int-lMi koie by eeitWAtlsr otb,f
(hts the beet petroat. i-,.. f , j - ,. .
The former propiieter hu 10 titerest l "7 other
UhlUhmeat 1a the ell. lOlm
Tv.w CyriaLIE '.!'.VA-1:!f y
T IE JA. M. II I ! 8 .'
-,E,W BIXEO LINK.
BU.m.r tflWllSITT lll I.iti I.Tiilh
trMl wharf, witkur!. tyrr'ivi
at 1 6lMk, ud AltztAdrtt AIT ft'lfotk, f.r CtTXKIO
MkV. XatWBlBff, Lata CanrloaAA At o'lok, a. n..
IDHDAT ill WIDkUDAI, lloppl.f At All U.l.
lie. rol( AA Ntarallf . rA.A', lnAl. AAd fralgkl
aUawa.1 foulkl retail Far fraljkt or vaaura Appljr
oAkfAtdarto JOUS Vi BIaWIcl,
O.A.Bnp't Potama. r.iryCanpiBf,
oc11 Ira Savaatkatraat wharf.
.-Mh,ll LEAVES 1 fOU
" ' BVBRT THUMDAY,
C" iirosg AT iX P. At.
Till l-QI SODXD Mir, 11.00,
(Oil third af tkla imaiit tar saa of Hoaat Taraaa
,. h, i. i. Aaaeamtlii)
- ' ycca c.. fia i a i c
WaaklagtollifAiaxsidrll VoAta taara aa.kplac
arory aosriram i a. m. w v. m,
Tka li alaamar WAWA8KT cai ba akarur.d for .
aaralaia. 3. TAR KI8W1CK,
- myT.tm O.B. gip't P. F. Co.
'OB NEW HAVEN, HARTFORD,
piimrtixD, ua coiHicncnr kith, tka
TKSH aad VISJfOlT XA1LHOADI.
Tha irat.alaaa ataamara af thl. llaa laava for Raw
Hirai fram Plar Id, laat Klrar, dally, (Sudaya az
Mptd,)Aliadp. m. Paaaaagara go Hortk aid Baal
from ktaw Barai at U p. m., or ramals oi koard orar
sit kl wlthait aharga.
nkAKrllM fbtw&rdttl br JaUt Ixbmm Frttthl
Tla frM Htna throigk t HkuukaMtu, vr
moat, Waatars Kaw HAmpahTra, Horlhara Saw Tork
aad ; Caaada.
AllT U PBAICII UYDL Oia.rtl
Pralgkt Ag.at, flai li. Kaal Uliir. Baw Terk. ap
SAFETY, SPEED, AND COMFORT
Ifor BOSTOH, W01CUT1B, FALatlB, TITCn
10, KAJH0A. tOWILIr COXCOXD, TBI WU1TI
HODHTA1IIS Ak IXTIBBKDIAT1 POIXTS. Tha
aw BBd alaaaak ataamara of tha Norwich llaa, CITT
Of BOSTOH aad CITT OF IW TOB laaya Haw Tork
dallr, (BaBdara azaaptad, at 4 o'aloak p. m from Plar
Ho ai Berth Itrar, fool of Ta.try.lrat,lor IW Loa.
DOB, tkara aaaiaatlsg wltk tka Btaamboat Zapraaa
Trail from tba ahara pallia all Borwlak udWoraaa
tar, Boatoa aad Woreattar, Worcotar lad BaakBA, Aad
Maw Loados AAd B.rlkara Baltroadc. Fralgbl tak.a
at tha lawaat rataa. For laformatlos laqalra af B. B.
MAETlrl, Agaal as lha Plar. apl
HE QBEAT INSIDE ROUTE FOR
1VOIDIHQ POIHT JUDITH.
BTOXIXOTOW LI of BUin.M.fc.lDt the lifsit tni
quUktit !. o.Ub mA STw Tork. Tko tUnaek
aott UBdl4 ttwtMr
l-LT MOUTH HOCK, Ct, B. Dr.Ttoi.
Ob TDI3DAT8, THDESDATB ai4 IATOED1TB.
COMMODORI, Cpl. X. t, Cartls.
On HOSDaTB, WKONXSDATS oi FRIDAYS,
At o o'clock, p. m. i from riw Ho. 18 Vorik XlT.r.
Tbmo totU fert mirpiiwl for oonfort. triictk kml
tttiy. BUUrooniMoarodtttboonao. Flor No. 18,
a bo-rtUho btvl, Ho. T8 WuklagtoattrMt. Boiton,
id at tko FrtTtdoico dopot. UcUrn truni Iokto
tfOIIOI t p. B. we
Ep2 . Jsj 04asVWflOi alllii.
TOR BOSTON. VLL NEVTPORT AND
P FALL RIV.fR. bTtko iDludld ud lavorlor Utm-
7. KIWrORT, HBTROrOLIS, ODD COLO NT, ud
UtriKJI tTATK, 01 V" atNlflh U BPCM. DIUI OX'
BfMftlT for tkO BBTlCBilOB Of Lott IlUld SoBBd. FID'
isf fa oobimUob wltkUt OldColoof BBd Howport
nuro4MU , ,
Lmto Flifls? t.X.. foot of Xamr ilml, dtllr,
(8aud.ro tSMpwod.) t p.
l- Tk MHUt OLD COLOHI, Cut. w. Browi, hth
Vow Tort m jiomAtf . wocatodBi u Truxtj, at 0 p.
1 . laaaiBV oi wwn.
Tim IktPIkM ITATL Gaol B. Simmon. U.tm Tbm
lay, TkmndaTiAJid lataxdaj. at A p, a.. Uadlif at How
A laff f t'Buttar to attaokod t auk itoaajar. aad
BkAtaWMtkaABklaBsl ikd .sUNM tdl lt ataMUbtrallakH.
a-t: -:i-zr-T"r " -t.7j-z..7 .u. t.. ..
(SudatTB aieopUd) frost Mowport aai Fall Eltor to
Tor freif kt or pussf e apply ea koud, or at the o9ee,
s, fl. JkiiOBMareMaio-rooaoiBaaTiBee, w
17XOELSIOR FIRE INSURANCE COM-
Ornci.. ............ Ho. 130 Broadw.y, M. Y.
Tkli Company lanroe all klade of BeltdlDf , Boast
hold raraltre,BfrkaadUe, Vessel! la Port, aad other
Property agalait Letc by fire
MARCOS P. HO DO IS,
ROBERT W. HAS BIT,
Q 0 ST A VI RKTHAUB,
JOSEPH B. TOUMO,
CHAJURS A. PILL,
fi. P. OILBIRT,
JOHN B. WARD,
JAM IS L, MOROAIf,
JOBI B. LirPlXQWXLL,
B. B WBBLRT,
OB0R0I T. 8TRDUAN,
AMU1L M. CRAfT.'AeeVr.
jet-sm MARC1JI P. HOD PIS. Pru't.
AKINE AND FIBE INSURANCE.
KXTB0r0UTA9 IK6DSASCX COXFART
3o. 108 Bboadbtat, fliw Tobc.
Ollll CAriTAL OtTX BULLION DOLLIES.
Assrrs.jiNtuir.iwo. i,nj, tuts
Tkla Caaapair laaaraa,Bt aB.lomarr rataa af pra
rAlia,a(ala.tlUWAElHIaa4 INLAND NAVIGATION
KISKS aa CAXQO ar TBKI0UT al.o ..latlloii or
dAA(a Ij TIBX.
IF rHIMUJalS AB1 PAID IN OOLD, LOS8I8 WILL
BI 1UID IN OOLD.
Tka aa.ara4 raaalra 15 Bar c.Bt. af tka i.t prall.
wltkaat laainiif 117 llsbllltj. ar, la li.l tkraof, at
tkalr .ptlaa, I Ukaral dlaaaail ipaitkapraralam.
Allloaaaa af lUaklr adjaatai Bad praraptlf paid.
farlp DlTldaad,daslArad Jaaaarr 13, IBM,
nrKNTr-mi rn cbnt
Itim LOBIHIB OBABAH, Fr..ld.at.
XOBIBT at. 0. OBAUAU, Tie. Fr.atd.at.
CUNTON B. TIBK,Jr.,ld VIM Fraa'l.
niNBV U. FOBTXB, fontarr.
CUARLB! KINO, At.al,
Room No. 4, WaahlBftol Balldlar,
Ja7'lr Oor.P.aB.TlTaalBBT. aadg.T.atk.tr.ot.
Tost Owes Dsfiitxixt.
WAiBUQTOH.D. a,OetoberU,lS6f. i
8enle4 Propostvla wlU be recti ted tt this Department
oaUl the 1STU PAT OF DKCIMBIft MBXY, at 11
o'clock noon, for rnrBiiblnt; LBTTItt BALANCK3 for
theveeor theroituncea iBtoe unuaa ttiatei, wr one
fair, from sad after the 8U, dar of December next, of
he fellowUff deaeriptlon, namely i
let. paJeeaci capable of wclgblng eifbt oancaa STOir
vols weltht. tobesreded down to half ou&cca 01
theae, tt Is enppoaod, 60 to 100 will be required
Perfect corrcctneia, and itranfth end durability will
be reqnlrn li the Dalaneoi to be furnlihed.
Sauplea of each description of Btvlsncec eon it tccom
reny each bid and the bidder who may obtain the eon
rat, will be reqalrei to furilih Balance, ordered, of a
quality In all recpeets equal to the isinple.
Kach llalaute mmt be well and eeenrely packed In a
box. for trantportatlon.aBd deilrered free of all ex
panse! to the Department at the Blank Agency of the
Font Office Department, at Waahlngton, D. O ,wWe the
me will be accepted. If found to lie perfect, and equal
to the aamplea.
Each bidder muitforilih with hla propoials evidence
Twe uOetent auretlca will be required to a eontract.
A failure to farnWh the Balanoei ai contracted for,
promptly, or the foroUblag of thoie of an Inferior qual
ity, will be considered aiufflclcatcauie fur the forfeit
are of the contract.
Proposals moil beendoriod on the enTelope Propo
sals for Letter Belanoes," end directed to the FlritAa
alataal Postmaator Oeneral, WaihlnBton, p. O.
ALIX. W. RAHDALt,
ecl7-lawev Postmaster Oeneral.
rTUIIS IS TO GIVE NOTIOETHATTIIE
JL ssbicrtber has obtalBed from the Orphans' Court
oi wuttiBfica county, in me Ulttrici oi uoiumui,
lstteia turAtbtaalAPT th nAkranntvl asmtata at Levi
Weal, laU -of Wab,ljtoo, D, 0 , deceased. All
poraoie AtfUf elalme as nlnat the aaid deceased are
harakfav WftraaA tAatshlhtt Itnk n nith thsk voneiiars
thereof, to the enbacriher, on or before the Ki day ef
October nest t they may otherwise by Uw be ex
cluded from ait Waist ef the anld estate.
QlYCS aider my hud this 13d day ef October, 1M6
O. 5. WUITB,
Tit Pmbtle Um of th VnlUd .,
THE NATIONAL BEPUBIjIOAN.
A QBEAT CAMPAIGN PAPER.
READINQ FOR IDE MILLION.
0IR00LATE1 CIRCULATE I CIRCULATE 1
It ll manlfaitly tm that th political oampalgn
upon which tho conntry li Jait toterlog li to b a
erlila of Tait ImporUno. Upon tt will dpnd th
dot-tit InttrtiU of the Unltod Btatti GoTemmont
ndpeoplo. IlaTlog paned throngh tht ordeal of
a eltll war triumphantly, It rtmaloi o b decided
whether tha lagltlmata frolU of tha molted Jabon
of thoie who nntted. without reaped of party, for
the preierratloii of the Government ihallbe turned
to bitter aihei, and iha' dlionlon which Eouthero
rebeli could not aocompllih ihall ba effected by
TUK NATIONAL REPUBUCAN
has alwjyi battled for the Government and the
flag, and now, when dliraptlon of the Union t
courted by extremUti who, under the gulie of pure
patrtotla principle, are rarenoai for political power
and place, tho
till battlfi for tho flag of our Union.
It li to be an arduoua it niggle, and we aiklnoll
In eerily that tho frlendi of tht Union which li
our cauia ai igalnit lectlonalliti of every came and
from every quarter ihall giro ui the encourage
ment needed by every public journal.
Situated as wo are at the capital of tho nation
and enjoying the beat facilitlei for obtaining laforma
tlon of tho uttnoit Importance to evory American
elttieq, we ihall coofldontly undertake to furnUh
our readon during tht forthcoming political cam
palgn irlth tht moit Taluablo political newipaper
printed In thli or any other city.
Ai we stood by AonADAK Lihcolk in tht dark
houn of the Republlo we itanJ by hli laccesior,
Ahdriw Jobmiok, to whom has been asalgntd the
task of reitorlng to their proper relations thepeo
pit lately In rebellion, believing, as we do, that ho
hot grasped tht trut theory of iustob incur, and
that he hu the courage to abide by hli convictions.
THE DAILY REPUBLICAN .
ll pabliahad ovary morning, toxcapt Sunday,) and
ovary Friday morning.
TERMS WEEKLY :
The WiEKLr nxriTDLiOAH la furniahed it tho
following low rata, :
One copy ona year $7 00
On. copy air month! 100
Tbreo eoplei ona year a 00
Three copies six months 2 oO
Ten copies ono year IS 00
Tenooplesilx months . . . , .'. t 7 00
TERMS FOR TUB WEEKLY ,
fou Tim OAMPAIONl
Twenty eoptea 0 months $15 00
Ten " " " " W
Thro 1 '0
Twenty " 3 months 7 CO
Ten " " " s '5
Throe " " " 125
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I. Tba Natural Ulgutof Support from Helgti.
II. Floal l'roe... la tba Coart. of tba Uolted
btatea a. aff.ct.d by State Lava.
Ill The Evidence of Ezpart.
IV. Xyvea ra. Attornay Ueaeral.
V. Mr. Juatlca Uotrey.
VI Cum la lb. Untttd Stat. Conrta
VII Dlire.torth. EDall.hl.air S.port..
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IX. Lltt of Haw Law Bjoka
X. Sapainary of Erent.
XI. Ll.t of Ain.rlo.a and Eaell.b Judiiea.
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D. C..,WEDpSDA?., MORNING. NOVEMBER 7; 1866
ai IUrfeed and Comctd ere afflcltly,ltiitUiiud ia'thliT Journal by Authority.
THE NATIONAL IJjnON PARTY.
PLATPOOMOF PRU.CIPLKS, "
The National Union Conrtntlon now assembled
In tht city of Philadelphia, eompoied of delegates
from every State and Territory lo the Union, ad
monl.hed by the lolernn letstoi which for tht last
fi?t yeari tt hu pleased tht Saprtmt Ruler of tht
nnlvent to glvt to tht American people, pro
foundly grateful for tho return of peace, desirous
ware a large majority of their countrymen In all
sincerity to forgot and to forgive tht put, nrtriif
tht Constitution u tt came to ui from our ances
tors, regarding tht Union In Its restoration u more
sured than over, looking" with . deep anxiety Into
the future 'u of tnitant and1 continuing trial,
hereby lnuei and proclaims tht following declara
tion of principles and purposes fan which they have
wjth perfect unanimity agrttdt
1. Te haU with gratitude tOuAImlghty Qodtht
and of war and tht return of peace to our afflloted
and beloved land. 1
S.tThe iwar Just cfotta haciualntatBtd tha au
thority -of tho Constitution, with all tht powers
which It confers, and all the restrictions which It
Imposes upon tht General Government unabridged
and unaltered, And It has preserved tha Union with
tht equal rights, dignity and authority of the States
perfect and unimpaired.
3. Representation in tht Congress of tho United
States and In the Electoral College li a rlghtrecog
nlsad by the Constitution u abiding In every State
ana u a amy imposea upon lirpeopit, innaamen
tol in Its nature, and essential to tho tklstenee Of
our republican Institutions, aod neither Congress
nor the General Government hu any authority or
power to deny this right to any State or to with
hold enjoyment under the Constitution from tht
4. Wo call upon the people of the United1 States
to elect to Conrress as members thereof none but
men who admit this fundamental richt of renrt-
sentauon, ana woo win receive 10 seats tnerein
loyal representatives from every State In allegiance
to tht United States, subject to the constitutional
right of each House to Judge of the election returns
and quaiiueations 01 lit own memoers.
6. The Constitution of tht United States and tba
laws made In pursuance thereof art : "The supreme
law of tht land, anything in the constitution or
laws of any State to tho contrary notwithstand
ing." All the poweri not conferred by the Consti
tution upon the General Government, nor pro
hibited by It to tho Stato, art reserved to tho
States or to tho vaocle thereof, and amour tht
rights thus reserved to tho States li the right to
prescribe qualification! for tht tloctlvt franchise
tbtreln, with which rljkt Congraii cannot lalar- 1
Tare. No Stat, or combination of States haa the
right to withdraw from the Union, or to exclude,
throngh their lotion In Concreae or otherwiie, any
other Stat, or Stites from toe Union. The nnlon
of theae Stites If perp.ts.1, and Its government is
of aaprem. authority within th. rastrlottons ind
limltitions o( the Constltation.
0. Snoh Amendment to the Comtltntlon of the
United States may b. mid. by th. people therof is
they may deem expedient, bit only in th. mod.
polntod oat by its provlilom; ind la proposing
luoh itnondmontf, whether by Cosireai or by A
oonventlon, ind in ratifying th. lima, all the
StAtes of the Union hive An eqiAl and in Indefeil
ible right to i roloe ind a rote thereon.
7. Silvery is Abollahed ind forever prohibited,
ind there is neither doalr. nor purpose on th. part
of th. southern StiUa that It ehould over be re
eetibllahed upon lh. soil or wtthla th. Jurisdiction
of the United Slates, ind tha enfranchised .Uvea In
all tha States of the Union should receive, in com
moo with all their InhabltAnts, equal protection InJ
i, iiiui vi Minu uu vivniu.
B.' rThlle we regerd is utterly invilld and never
to be isiumed or raid! of blndins; force my obli
gation inourred or nndertaken In mating war
agalmt tha Unlt.d Stites, w hold tb. debt of the
nation to La aaorad and Inviolable, and we croclalm
our purpoae to maintain unlmpoaohod the honor
ana too raltn OI me itepaoiic.
V. It is the duty of the National Government to
rteoimlt. th. services of the Feder.l soldiers And
ssllors In th. contest Just closed by meeting
promptly and fully ill their juit and rightful
claims for th. services they hero rendered the
nation, and by extending to those of them who
have fallen the moit generous and considerate oar..
ID. inABDnxw jobisok, rreimenioi me untiea
Statei, Who In bis great one. hu proved itoadfast
In his devotion to the Constitution, the laws and
Interests of bis country, unmoved by persecution
and unswenca oy reproun, navtng una uunssau.
ible In, the people And In the precepts of the Gov.
ernment, we reoognlii a Chief Maglitrate worthy
of th. nation and squAl to the greet oriels upon
which bis lot Is cut, and w. tender to him In th.
disehArge of bis high and rciponilblo dutlos our
profound reipect and assurinoe of our cordial and
NATIONAL ONION COUMITTEI.
John T. Orowell, of New Jorsey, Chairman.
Maine James Mann and A. A. Gould.
New Uampihln Edmnnd Burke and E. S Nut
Vermont D. D. Smalley and Colonel IT, N.
MusBchusctts Joilah Dunham and It. 8. Bpof.
Rhode Illaod Ufred Anthony and James II.
Connecticut James P. Babcock And E. C.
New York Itobcrt IT. Pruyn and Samuel S.
New J.ney Joseph T. Crowell and Theodore
Pennsylvania J. M. Zullck and J. B. Black.
DelAWAre J. S. Comegys And Edward S. Martin.
Maryland Governor Swann and T. O. Pratt.
Virginia-James P. Johnson and Dr. K. C. Bob
West Virgil! Daniel Lamb and John J. Jack
son. North Carolina Thomas 8. Ashe and Joseph IT.
South Carolina James h. Oar and B. V. Perry.
Georgia J. II. Chrllty and Thomas S. Ilarde
Florida William Marvin and Wilklnion Call.
Mlntlilppl W. L. Sharkey and Qcorg. h.
Alabama W. IT. Crenshaw and O. O. TTuckaoee.
Loulilana Itaudall Hunt and Alfred Hennlng.
Arkanias Lorenso Gibson and A. II. Engllih.
Texas B. II. Bppenon and John Ilanoook.
Tenneuee D.T. Patterson and William B.Camp
Kentucky It. U. btanion aou uimuwn .opo.
Ohio L. B. Campbell and George B. Smyth.
Indiana D. S. Gooding and Tbomu Dowling.
Illinois John A. McClernand and Jesio O. Nor
ton. . m , D1 .
Mlohlgan Alired wuoit ana xy.oa u. Dtuu.
Missouri Hon. Barton Ahell and James S. Kol-
Uns. ..... , .
Mlnnoiota Hon. u. M. kioo ana v. r. nortou.
Wlioonsin J. A. Noonan and S. A. Peace.
Iowa George A. Parker And V7m. A. ChAlo.
Kansas Jamei A. McDowell and W. A. Tipton.
California lion. Samuel Purdyand Joseph P.
Nevada John Carmlonaet ana uon. u. u uoii.
OregonJames W. Neimlth and B W. Bonham.
District of Columbia Joslah D. Iloover and J.
Dakota N. K. Arinitrong and N. W. Winer.
Idaho William II Wallace and II. Cammins.
Nebraska Oen. II. II. Heath and lion. J. &
nisiDBsr IXICOTIVI cohkii at wasuio.
Charles Knapp, of New Jenoy, Chairman:
Hon. Montgomery Blair, MaryUnd.
Hon. ChArlos Muon, Iowa.
v..a it r..mAn Jnhn F. Covle. A. E. Perry.
Samuel Fowler, Col. Jeme. B. O'Belrne, Cornelius
Wendell, District of Columbia.
IIAtlOKAl US101I BXBCUIIVI COatUlTTII.
Joseph T. Crowell, Rahway, N. J., ChalrmAn.
Col. Ju. F. Baboock, New Havcu, Conn.
Hon. Robert II. Pruvn, Albany, N. V
Oen. Bamuel M. Zullok, Philadelphia, Pa.
Hon. Thos. G. Pratt, Baltimore, Md.
Hon. Jesse 0. Norton, Chicago, 111.
Vtaptnn AM fit. T.ftlll.. BIO.
Hon. Wm. L. Bharkey, Jackson, Miss,
nK N T I S T R V
LnoMrs. KUIDBir D
DR. i Mil
LOOMIS, IUID1IT PBIVKT, 559 MHIk
p.Bn.vt.a.lA iymu. i.ar eoraer of
Hl.th .treat, alaada to all brauaol pertAlAlas to the
-nf.abi.. wairArmBttaa of the seoill eorrMtM, ail
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' vary vatlety ar amseiai mi. hm. ..-
TREASURY CLERKS AND "EXTRA
Editor National Ripubtican t
Two writer. In a disloyal radical morning
paper, of Thursday and Friday last, smarting
from tho Jiangs of a' consciousness of their
own1 inefficiency as Treasury clerks, and
groaning with remorse becanso such Inef
ficiency and incompetency fail to seenro for
them cither promotion or "extra compensa
tion, wantonly and unreasonably assail tho
Secretary of tlio Treasury for daring to pay
thoso of his clerks In accordanco with tho
amount of work they perform and the' re
sponsibilities they ttssame, rather than thoso
who display a greater proficiency in growling
ana grumDiing inan in periormuig real labor.
Instead of "Justice' stating tho facts,
which he promised to do, ho grossly misrep
resented and perverted facts. In tho first
place, tt Is not "notorious" that the appro-
Sriation of $250,000 waa "intended" to be
istribnted among tho clerks of the "low
grade." The law as passed March 2, 186S,
contains the following provision 1
"That tho Secretary of the Treasury may
award inch additional compensation to
clerks as, in hit judgment, may be deemed just
and may he required by the public lervice,
From tho law, then, tho Secretary conld
not draw his own conclusions nor make his
own inferences, but in clearly commanded
him to award tho additional compensation
only to theso whoso public service required
it, and whose labor and responsibility required
some reward. The law says nothing about
clerks of tho "low grade" and "necessities."
Wo do not know whether the Secretary hesi
tatcd or doubted in his courso after ho had
disbursed $25,000 to tho officers and chief
clerks of bureaus and divisions, but if he did
Congress unmistakably endorsed his action
in the law it passed on tho 23d of July, 1B6G.
This law, besides giving a bounty of $100 to
clerks and employees who received a salary
of $1,400 and less for at least a year preced
ing July 1, 18CG, provides an appropriation
as follows: "For compensation of temporary
clerks In the Treasury Department, and for
additional compensation to offleersand clerks
in the lame Denartment. 3160.000." Hero.
then, Oonercss not only endorsed tho Sccrc-
tary's previous action, out gavo him another
appropriation of $160,000 to distribute as lie
thought best to retain bis most efficient as
sistants, and thus promote tho interest and
accompusu tne moor oi mo Department, li
Congress intended this last money Tor tho
clerks of tho "'low crado" why was it not In
cluded as an additional sum in the clauso
giving them a bounty? If it was not in
tended for the clerks of the "high grado"
Congress would certainly not have given tho
Secretary discretion to distribute it, for it
was very wen Known mat no nau Dciorc
distributed $25,000 as "extra compensation"
to tnls class oi cicrus."
"Justice" savs that the first and second
class clerks have not rccched any extra com
pensation. I know that in ono bureau of tho
Treasury Department fifteen second class
Clerks nave recetveu a to nvo oi we mini
class, and that two of the latter havo already
resigned because, even including tho extra
compensation, they can do better elsewhere.
How often does a first or second class clerk
resign for the samo reason f Now, if " Jus
tice," who says lie is a second class clcrL, and
who, no uoubt, lccis mmseir " equal in uatu-
measurably superior in bravery and all that
rut uumiivD. tuubuuuui imuuuvuii uiiu ,ih
manes xnanuoou nouiu, to uiu recipients oi
Secretary sicuunocu s Dounty, acsircs a po
sition whero he can display all this combined
and luminous culturo and cribblo at tko
" bounty," thcro is a good chanco for him to
atan into ono or tho other of the abovo e-en-
tlemcn's shoes. But I always noticed while
in tho armv that thoso soldiers who wcro al
ways grumbling and Whining about this, that
and tho other thins, wcro thoso who tared tno
worst when at home, and thev not only
proved themselves unpleasant companions,
but always lauca to impress tucir superiors
wltn tneir " soiaicny ' qualities, ana witu tne
idea that they deserved promotion.
"Justice" also remarks that most of tho
first and second class clerks are discharged
soldiers, and thoso comprising tho third and
fourth class aro "fossils" and "copperheads."
If he will refer to a certain report made by
the Secretary to Congress last session he
will find thut not a third of all the male
clerks in th6 Department wcro discharged
soldiers. And notwithstanding tho cheap
and buncombe resolution of Congress in
18C5, that thoso who had scried in the army
should bo the first scried in tho civil ser
vice, not moro than one-half of those who
received appointments through the induenco
of radical Congressmen last winter had ever
smclled gunpowder, lint grant tho state
ment that most of the first and second class
clerks aro discharged soldiers: then, instead
of theso supremely "loyal" Congressmen
manifesting so much concern for their own
Sockets as to voto themselves four thousand
ollnrs moro than thov had been elected to
serve for, why, in Qod's name, did they not
give utesu uucuurKeu nuiuicia iuu luituunu
in their salaries which they had petitioned
for, and which "Justice" says their necessi
ties, education, refinement, courage and man
hood demand ! And yet ho repeats, their
onfu hove is in Conaress. "On what a
slender thread everlasting things do hang I"
It it was true that most of thoso who receive
tho "extra compensation" aro 'fossils" and
"copperheads," then tho Republican party,
of which I am a consistent member, haro no
body to blamo but themselves, for they wcro
all put in tho places they occupy during Mr.
Lincoln's administration, iiut it is not true.
On tho other hand, they arc now, and havo
been during tho war, true and loyal men and
firm supporters or tho Government, and not
a few of them went into tho army In 1801,
when tho first tocsin of war sounded through
tho land, and when thcro cro no largo boun-
ttna nflVri,l no nn Inducement to UCt YOlnn-
tecrs. They did not wait for tho offer of
thrco liunureu uouars uonniyi n:y
not go as ono hundred daj-B' men, thrco or
six months' men, but cnlisud at tho begin
ning for "thrco years or during tho war," and
worn iinfnrtimatn r-nouirh to bo disabled, and
honorably discharged tho first or Bccond
year. If tho llrst ami seconu ctnss cieru,
"most of whom aro discharged soldiers," con
timm thoir irroiilinir and whining about tho
"extra compensation," it would not requiro
a very wild stretch of tho imagination to infer
that lacy wero experts ut uuu,n).ju.i.tu6,
and that tho reason of their chagrin now Is
onlv becauso they cannot get a chanco to
jump Secretary McCuUocVs bounty
1 nO UTSl UIIU eCCUHU HUW,Ul unjr uiuwi Viwa
r tAtra In .lift TrGMiirv. who denounce tho
Administration with bo much bitterness and
volubility should remember that it is by tho
mercy ol Secretary McCullocU that they aro
permitted to draw tho pension from tho Gov
;.r.,mp.,t which llicv do. Thev should also
remember tbrit it Is within tho memory of
man wucn any otto vtuu uuuuuutuu tuu iw
ministration was not only hissed as a copper.
head and. rebel; not only suffered a dis-
graccful dismissal from tho positions they
lied, but put themselves In peril of tho pen
alty of arrest and imprisonment Radical
clerks, however, need not fear the latter; but
what a virtuous howl would they send up if
they were dismissed from their places for
acting and expressing themselves in opposi
tion to the Administration, as has been done
in days that are passed 1 Discharged sol
diers who fill positions in tho Departments,
and who glory in sustaining a revolutionary
Congress and 'venomously assailing a wlso
and just Administration, should not pre
sumo to defy said Administration merely be
causo they havo been In tho army; for there
aro thousands who fought as gallantly and
heroically In the Union army. In tho ' treat
civuwar, who aro equal in ability, education,
refinement, bravery, "and all that makes
manhood noble," and who support President
Johnson, that aro eager and anxious to take
I am a first-lass clerk in tho Treasury De
partment, and a discharged soldier dis
charged on account of wounds received in
the Bcrvice. I am thankful to the Govern
ment for giving me a pension and furnishing
rao with a situation until I can get a moro
independent and profitable one elsewhere.
Whenever anv of the bloated, "loval." old-
lino Abolitionists who done more howling
and less fighting than any other class of
leopie luiiiu tneir on-repeated promises to
llscharsro their debt of trratitudo to the
wounded soldiers of tho Republic, by giving
mo something else to do, I will release the
Treasury Department from its obligation of
paying me a hundred dollars a month. I do
not receive or do not ask for any "extra
compensation.' vtnenevcr wo occrctary
thinks that I merit it, my arms are open to
receive it; but I shall not presume to decide
that point. Because I was a corporal in the
army I do not aspiro to bo a brigadier gen
eral in tho Treasury. If "Justice" was a
brigadier in tho army, he has my compas
sion for not possessing even the poor fortune
to get abovo tho rank of a high private in
tho Treasury. It is to bo presumed that if
tno nrst ana sccona-ciass cierKs ao as mucn
as the recipients of tho "extra compensa
tion," they do so with tho object of making
their clerkships a permanent thing. If such
Is tho case with any clerk especially a
Soung man if he expects to livo out his
ays by filling a clerkship in the Treasury
Department, ho is less calculated to govern
himself than a native of Dahomey, and it is
wen mat tne uovcrnment Has charge oi mm,
and ho ought to bo thankful that he is paid
anything for his keeping. Methinks that
such Is the cose with "Justice," and that I
sco him ten years hence groping among the
dusty shelves of tho Treasury, complaining,
raving, ranting, and threatening to resign
because somebody -else gets better pay than
ho does, and becauso somebody else has got
to bo a captain in tho Treasury who was a
high privato in tho army, and ho, being a
brigadier in tho army, cannot get abovo a
ltigh privato in Iho Treasury. I'iiiluiti.
The Emprean or Mexico.
The reasons for the monomania of this un
fortunate princess aro given In tho following
letter by tho Paris correspondent of tho
It may be remembered that by tho will of
L.copoiu j., tuo snaro oi tno inncritanco com
ing to his daughter amounted to tho sum of
twenty-uvo millions or rrancs; but what is
not generally known is that tho deceased
monarch, so remarkable for tho order which
bo brought mto his domestic affairs, and for
his prudent economy, had stipulated in his
will that his daughter should only havo a
rifrht to tho interest of that sum. and that a
family council, formed by the reigning King
and the Count deFlandre, should administer
Tho late King had learned, to his own cost
and that of his daughter, to what extent tho
ruinous liberality of his son-in-law Maxima
Ion went; and as tho dower of tho young
household had been devoured in a few years,
he wished by his last will to prevent tho 10-
currenco of such dissipation, in order to os-
suro to tno young coupio a fortune equal to
their high position in the world until the end
of their days. However, tho restriction did
not co so far as to placo under posthumous
Bcquostration that largo sum; no, tho Prin
cess Charlotte had tho right to leavo the
capital to whom sho pleased, but during her
lifo she was forbidden to dispose of it without
tho advice and consent of her tutelary council.
The Empress of Mexico wished to obtain
tho authorization of her two brothers to
alienate the canital to the nrofit of MAico.
for the consolidation of her throne; but,
alas! tho two brothers havo inherited tho
prudenco of their father, and havo remained
deaf to tho solicitations of their sister. Iiutc
tree! Thcnco tho great anger of tho Km
press Charlotto against her family at Brus.
sols, secretly supported by tho Court of Vi
enna in its resistance ; tnencc tne irritation
of tht Princess against tho two Courts, and
Iter refusal to visit them ; thence a profound
resentment, a great discouragement, a real
despair, which have only been aggravated by
tno not less titsagrccauiu regmuiicu ut tuu
Holy See to tho pretensions of tho young
sovereign of Mexico in the matter of tho
Concordat. Is anything moro necessary to
explain tho moral perturbation at present
suffered by this lady, young, intelligent, and
so Bupenor to her sex in general, who sees
crumbling into ashes all tho finest dreams
that a youthful imagination could cherish f
Tho lbllonimr extract from a letter from
Vienna Indicates that thcro is littlo hopo of
Charlotte s restoration to mental neaitn:
Dr. Rledcl.Director of tho Vienna Lunatic
Asylum, has been Bumraoncd to Miramar, to
consult with Dr. Jilck tinon tho caso of tho
unfortuuato Empress Charlotte. I regret to
say that little hopo Is entertained oi rcstor
lug lier to it pcricctiy ncauuy statu oi raiiiu.
The special monomania from which she is at
present suffering is an incessant and unvan
quishablc apprehension that thoso around
her aro Becking to make away with her. Sho
refuses to cat uny food prepared for her, and
nourishes herself, so it is said, upon raw
chestnuts and cold water, nor will site ccn
take this poor sustenance in presenco of any
t i ,," . i ..,. -
ol Iter attendants.
Tho only person who retains any inllueitco
over her mind Is Count Bombclles, from hoy-
hood upward the faithful follower and friend
ofrcrdinand Max. Of him sho appears to
uiiuuui, y. u..u iv lr .
entertain no fear. 'Iho deepest syiupatiiy is
felt hero for tho Emperor of Moxlco, wnoso
nfTV.-llnrmln .ll.nn.ltinn nml tenderness of
aOcctionato disposition and tenderness of
ncart navo won nun menus iuius," -ropo,
ctcn amonc tho sullen Venetians, who
wouiti veil tneir uouncts rvuuuy i "" v ,
miral of tho fleet, whilo his brother, tho Kai
scr, might loot, round in vain for a testimony
of respect from tho descendants of tha Doges.
Tub Chicago liepublican, after calling
l're.Id.ot Joboioa a traitor, soya that "Qoneral
Bhermaa ! a far more dangerous man than th.
- '1 ' J V ,rrfi.t. Js
, T1H tt ATtOVAl UtmUCAM
U paltUie rvevy taof.tes (l.lAArS KSIHH) UT W
I. KraiA.1 Co., V.. Sit Snath atrMi,u4 le flriilfcad
to .abaarlKr. (by eerrlere) at T lerfts frexlaafali.
all aiMenaera, M-00 for uiim fAW Ht an
twice. rtv.eepleen.yearl9S.9'" "--"B?."
iite eeptee, mu, tn'
e pibllehed every rrldey BierBlaf Oie eeyy yew;
100) Thn. eeplee oil year, S.M Tel aepU. .a.
yer.tis.00. - . it.3
t Norlolk, yev t ' '
Tho following rrrand Jury was " tailed f W?
T. Harrison, :(forCmin,) Peter WhlUhunt,'
Peter DilwOrthWilluun n.Jooes,,W;H;
Brooks, John T. Dunbar, Frank Decoriyj
John II. Dorum, William PcUt, Qaorge Wi,
Childs, W. W. Wing, James Simmons'; F.lisha
Pendleton, William iWird, Martin Green
wood and J. M: BulletU-IC'Jnr
Tho following oath was then administered
by tho clerk : -) s i
Yon will diligently inrmlro into and truo
presentment make of all matters u may bo
given yon in charge or come to.your.knowl
edge touching tho present service.. Yoa
shall present no person through lll-w!ll,' nor
leave any unpresested through fear or favor,
bnt In all your presentments yoa' hall pre
sent tho truth, tho whole truth, and nothing
but tho truth, so help you dod. r ,
By direction of Judge Underwood, the
second clauso of the oath, enjoining: ftaltv
and support to the Constitution of the United
States and tho laws thereof, was omitted In
the swearing of tho jurors, and tha clerk
directed to swear them on only tho first
clause, above given.
i he following is titat portion or ua oatn
ignored and omitted :
You do solemnly swear that yon will Blip
port tho Constitution of the United States of
America: that you have not, without duress
or restraint, taken up arms, or joined any
rebellion, giving It aid or comfort; that you
have not. directlv or indirectlv. riven anv
assistance, In money or In any other thing,
to any person who yon knew, or had reason
to know, or good cause to believo, had joined,
or were about to join, tho said insurrection
or rebellion, or hail resisted, or were about
to resist, with force of arms, tho execution of
the laws of the United States; and that yon
have not counselled or advised any person or
persons to join any rebellion against, or to
resist wltn lorce oi arms, me laws oi too
WhercuDon. tho first clause of the oath
having been duly and solemnly administered,
the grand jury was seated, and tha Judgo
proceeded to deliver himself of tho following
OrvTLEMR.v of the GitAitD Ji'nv; My chargo
will bo short, as your services will to brief.
Thcro will be a good deal of service required
at tho next term, as the Attorney uenerai
has been summoned to Richmond. I havo
reason to believe that thcro will bo a consid
erable amount of criminal business, but none
of a serious nature, It being principally con
fined to delinquent postmasters and viola
tions of the revenue laws. On tho first Tues
day in December, when you meet, I shall be
enabled to inform you of the cases that are
to bo tried, and the laws under which they
are to be tried.
Tho grand jury then rose and retired.
The court rose to sit in tho citv of Rich
mond on the 12th instant. Virginian, 2 d.
Lv Prtit JouaxAt. has curious stories at
ktimes. This is one:
Lately, a traveler passed in a carriage
aong the Avenue do Xeuilly; tho night was
"dark; 'all at once the horse Btoppcd, and the
traveler saw that tho animal had met an ob
stacle. At tho samo moment a man raised
himself from before tho horse, uttering a cry.
"Why don't yon take care t " Baid tho trav
eler. "Ah," cried tho man, "yon would do
better, instead of hallooinc. to lend mo rour
lantern." "What for 7 " "I had threo hun
dred francs in gold on ray person; my pocket
has broken, and all is fallen on tho street.
It is a commission n tth which my master haa
entrusted ine. If I do not find tho money I
am a ruined man." "It is not easy to find
tho pieces on such a night; havo you nono
left?" "Yes, I have one." "Olvo it to mo."
Tha man hesitated. "Giro it to me, it is as
a means of recovering the others." Tho poor
ucnl gave mm ms lost com. Tlio traveler
whistled; a magnificent Danish dog began
to leap around him. "Here," said the trav
eler, putting tho coin to tho nose of tho dog,
';look." Tho intelligent creature sniffed a
moment at tho money, and then began to
run about tho road. Kvcry minuto ho re
turned leaping, and deposited in tho hands
of his master a napoleon. In about twenty
minutes tho whole sum was recovered. Tho
poor fellow who had got his money back
turned full of thanks towards the traveler,
who had now got into his carriage. "Ah,
vou are my preserver, said ho, "tell mo at
least your name." "I havo done nothing,"
said the traveler. "Your preserver is my
dog; his name is Rabat Joie." And then,
whipping bis horses, ho disappeared in tho
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utfitBD Btatm riTiiiT urrics.
tv AiuiauTUJi, AUK it . so,
On tba ptltlQi of John fappt r, ot Ikt VllUjt, W
Uarapalilr, pmjlojr Cor tb iUoiIob of ft pttont
KnuUd oo lhft(h Ujof DKmbr, ISM, pKUaud In
JkDf land tbt itM dar of tforambar, J MX lid retained
l ld epparOctobtr 27,1663, for an lmproTmBt in
KhUUd UaoblBoa, for levaa yaara from tha aspira
tion of aaltl patanl, which, takaa pUo oa ina S3d day
ItlaordtrtJ tbat lha aald patltlom b naard, at tba
Patant Otflea oa HON DAT, tha Ath day of NoTembat next,
at 12 o'clock, tn. ( and all per eon ara notUad ta appear
and abow came, If any tnay hare, why laid petition
ought not to ba granted.
faraoaa oppotlafr tha extension ara required to ale la
tba Patant Offlee thalr oLJactlone, apaclall y aet forth In
writing, at laaitftctmy daya before tha day of haarUf
all teaLlmony fllod by either party, to be need at tba
aald hearing, matt be taken and tranemlUed la accord
anca with tha rulea of tha oBlce. which will ba fur
nlihed on application
Dcpoattlona and other paperi, relied upon a teatl
mony, mait be sled la the oiLUe twenty daye before the
day of bearing i tba argatnanti.lf any, wUhlafmdiyi
aftor filing tha taatlmony.
Ordered, alio, that thla notice be publlehed In the
RtrcBLioijr aad tha lnttlUgtnetr. Washington. 1). C. ,
and la the SournaPortaiaontb,.. II , once a week for
three aacceaaWa waeka ; the flnt of iald pnbllcatloni to
ba at leaat sixty daya pratloni ta the day of bearing,
r T.O THI1KKB,
Conmliiloaer ef Patent!.
T O VsiiinH nt tli aVnt. niiwrfl will tltUI COPT.
aad e'end their U1U to the Patent 0e with n paper
I lontaUlag thla notice. anM-law3w
El'AU'I'MENT OF TIIK INTERIOR,
U.IT.D ar.TI. raT.nT vrrica,
Wi.HIRaroir. Oct 10. lSdd.
Oa th. p.tltlon of n.cltn.j lrot, of SprlasSeld,
Vermont, pr.7ln for lb. oitoisloi of I p.U.t
er.nt.d to bin lh. lltb day of J.nnarr, 1S53. aid re
Uaoad tha otb Jr of February, isos, lor ai improve
.n, RfTtha Fa.taoln.B. for aareayeara from thoox-
ilratlonol .am wi.ni, wmm ," r1K M . im
iv or J.oa.i
orJ.r.U that tb. Bald ptltloa fee heard at the
o.r, I. nrJ.rad tb.ttb. Bat. Ptl
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.,i..i u o'clock o.t and all rr.on.t. aotis.d to
l'.taat omeo on MONDAY, the 24th. day of Dae.mb.r
i .pPar nd .how c.aa., if eny th.y have, why.au
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ld ,m,i'Bb,i ,,',, aj tr'.'a.mitiad iarj.
i ,,, vmhiho rai.aof tba offlce, which win be wr.
Blahed oa application.
uapoaittoaa ana outer papra, retiea opv -
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iweak foMhtae aaa.a..lYawk. lb. Sr.lof eeU pjb.
tlaauoa. to b. .1 la..l.lalydJ" prevloa. t, th. day
T. o. TniAKSB,
CuutmlealoBar of Patent..
p I xdller. ef tb. above paper, wtu pl.ua .opy,
BBd'aaad thalr bUla to lb. rteat Offl.a with a paper
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