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NO N'OKTIIJ Ao'OITTIlVYTADCU TDK CONsVlTirTlON, Ul 1 f SAC UIID iI A I XT EH A M T OT THAT I XV HI 31 1; VI Ai 1 TIIK U.MON.
M'AKTIIUK, VINTON COp N IT, OHIO, DECEMBER, 15, 186-1.
VOL. 13.
NO 18.
UWt-JH fttf. . 8 HI M 1
I " C I I V I rm : ilJ I . I - W r . I . . I . I IJ
I !! I, J . !,' I It. I,. -I 111 M "141
O' JMrtijitr flcmotiat;
v ';,, j S ' TIIL'RSi. IT BY
E. A. B RATION.
OFFICE?
t ration's llitilumsi. I "l ol (Jouri
llouci'. Uu Stnii.
TtOlt is,' CASH.
Tb Imjht will ha tun tone vear for Ona
JLielUriaBd Fif y :'. si M""'' t'.ir S.:vti.
tj.five Out; Four Month, fo Fif'y Cent.
lf All paper will bo liisouutiiiucd at l'"'
vxpimUon of tue time paid i'-Jr.
T1:K FOK APVtlTISlXH.
nSuaronfiin'tioii, a.7
Emu additional iuHOi.ieti, '
one jcur, 5 "
Koiice of tt)ulnti-n ot ' oiud
,r.OurdUnauil Kxneiiii'M S-00
Atunshiiientn-UiocM tn-foro .'. r. tf.'O
Jtdimriiil ii'iti- purlin. .
tad al! Advcrtinmciita uu 1 U'iful AdIicm must
k pid l'i a.lv iu .
f-i liberal dtidnctiui willUBimii'etjyeiir
ilverU'.ri. , ...
tif Th nb it Tnimimxt 1 lompjjrl l'n
jf ah ,yiiu'n ni tift h rnuvlo t'i tlm rro-
r preouro ! V omich. -vi!fioiiii,
li iloli n;t ' pri.-j t1 it .l.-fjf cumjieuiiuu,
11 kintli of Job Vu:;i, iiuli t
UOOivS,
I'AM IMIMiisJ.
11 AND MILLS,
biio'v niLi-S,
L'OS'l'KllS, .
i'KOGUAMMES
UILL HEM S.
BLANKS .if all KINDS,
bllll'I'lNV. bILLS.
' . LA HELM, ifcc.,&c.
iUt unt trial mid ho convin.;f.ni.ot w ,u
k .l ill do M-'m'.i he.rf..rfAiii.tlw n mil
lhoi-.ttl ,1 .tun, nt i n hi.4.'ti.m f.-o Milry
" atTr els.
P L Y L T $i HOUSE
lOLISMOUILJ, OHIO
.-BY-
RUM L?S iOISMS.
" " ' " .l . !..,. i
(Ml lll Slf !
L-,.nJ..l '.'inlueafU.'K;..lrodd Depot. .V.
u,in, will beared tor t'.e tct-Bin.iioii
ri, : 14,.n. IriiiiU
Lil !'
,iept. , 18rt3, lr
CLINTON HOUSE.
SCOTT & POLLARD.
PrtOPKlF.'fOrtS,
jMlillt.T vt
K'ttllfc l lK, WMH.I IMI. t
Chiliiciilbi't rhu
MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
I'OUTaMOUXIi UUANC11
ON an.urt.-.rll.mUj, Kol.ruary .5. I-U.
r,..'i .n wHh ti.o I'rlia, -m ,ai.. mio ha.v...
, ,"rt r..r- l s:l A v,; u.rr,vV
i.tiv.ai Hi. IVr unit at
j;;;;n.rv.;.r,.,i:.M,
rrive4 at llm-i- i "
'l.A-ivii,t33 A M ;1ca7 .a.n
a. at H.M.; ar'v 7', , l,
vi l'liriUndat 4:1 I . nrrivns..i
pI,;tcVVwl'.M.;.rrivUa.t I'.-rtMui-utb at
P.M. , ,
A.-,.mmo-M5... Trail. .I..pt from I .rt.
mouth nli:W P.M-; arrivuM" ' ' " , 7
". J .Carta t4:J-.: -rrivaat J- at . o.
R l. Uu-iid.... wj 7 W. Jarial: .M;b
'-J5; ,idarrioMi.t l,..rwm..nt hut U . ii,.
Thr. h Tio!t.ita l- f.iii.'im.ati .;aii htf oMam
.d ,t r.rtm.mt'ii, Portland, aad Jion,at
bf.d!.wiiiir .
l'ortim"UtU to Ciuci'i'iu'.t, Y,
llOUi'D TRIP TICIiKTS.
From P..rtni..ulh U Ciuelnnsti and return
0 Tioktafri.i Poriamoulli to Maridl'a
j r.rkcr.burei43,ro.iijj nIRASI)i R11,t
t W. QUAnH. As-iVi Sap't
Feb. K.-ih -lH-54-lr.
AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
ON and after Mouday, uoiooeroi. iwi,
uutiufurthor nolke, traiua will ruuaa fol
low: , " . , .. n. t- I -...1
MAIL GOING EAST,
land, t H:fiJ A, M.;nyet U11 ilhco he
VI -'9 P M LoavoaChillioolhc at lt):M P. M.,
MeArtbiu'.atZtSd P. M.; kve, Zu o.lo.at f 01
p. M . leuvoa Athons at 4:1:1 P. M. Arnvw
at Marietta at 8:55 P. M.; arrives at Pikers
bur f at 7:00 P. M.
MAIL WET.
UaTea ParkelsT)urg,atT:40 A. M.; leavos Mar
ietta at 7:15 A.M.; luavaa Athens at 10:J1 A.
M.; ieavcnZideUi, 11:45 A. M.: leaven Me Ar
thur, U-.13P. M.; jlr?Jt'n :,BIietl',ntt, 2w2.
A. M Arrives at Ohi!liotho at 1 M.
LaavMChillU-othe at 8:16 P.M.ilenna Lovo
J.od at 5:5 P. M.; arrivua at CiuuiunaUl at
joe P.M.
Zahskt .FrifHt arrin rtBMOjrcra, pi
ilcArthnr Eint at6;&e A. M.; goin
WeaUa,.'Di4P.-M... r. . ;i- -
The Accnmraodatlon. Train Leaves Cbillicithe
I S SO'Ai M.; tmiti at Cincionatti at K"iS A.
U --leave iCancirinati at B:ID P. it.; arrlveaat
Ci'iLliaotbeAtB 'ieP. M. ; ... ; .
Cmaekien are made tat Laveatid sri'h
Trim t aad fton Oolaniboa; ind at tiiiwln
Janotian wilb triD'l6 and from PortamoutA
" JOHN DCKAND, 8io,)'t. ,,
-
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.
(
,
'
t
F!l,w ci,wutuf!iaS).iii,.ud Uoajjol'Kep-
rounlatirvd
Afnia the b'tfi1!!.' of Iienltii an'l
a!ninJ.int ImrvufttH clniin nnr jU'oi'imhi i
iBt iri'ttoui'Ie ft) Al'iiiirhty G 'i. Tiie
cotnli'icii of cur ' fiH'cin I'iTnis i
n-HSnnblj satiBf'Hiitory, Xlfxiuo in
tiiiiir-8 to bu a tlit'uti r ot civil w;tr.
While our puliticril rcUtiuri.i with that
country havu ur.il. r'itiu u chatu,
wo Lhvo at thu'sHiu-a tlii". utiiittlv
maintdiiitii! uiMPtaliiy bt-tvuuu t'.m
b..li;ea'iiU. At the nn-'st nl' t'no
St.itt'iJ il UontH ll.cn and Nioiir.t"iii,
it ciiiii'tit.tiit liti'iiiwr h;H boon airlw
otizo'l to nittko h biirvvy yf tin; ri vi r
biiin Juuu, an i tin) oi t of San Juan
It ie it soiiriut of iiiucli tutitd'a 'tion
Iticit trio (iilIii'UttHB wtiicii lor a tinv
iu'iit Diilioti.il 8'iino political Hpprolnsn
I'iui.n, iiimI citiiHL'il a dun lit; ot tlio
liitofOciMtiiic ti!iuit rout') liivebicu
mnii'abiy ii.'juHM'iI, ami that tlu-rb in a
no hi iri Bjiuct that tlmrouto will noun
lo rt'Ojit ncij with an iiii-rvuaij of ca
i:icit)' ami tt'btptiyii. Wo .ti ..I not
t XdjrrJiii'o oithcr the cnmiiiiYi:il or
I'olitica! iiupuitttiice of that jjrei.t im
I'l oviuit nt It WMiilil bo (h.in iijm
ticu' to un iinoitaiit Soii'li Ainiiricaii
.Siitlo ind to atkiiowlo'lo th-j iliioct-lo-Hrt.
Iiui.ktwoa and. corli.liy with
which tlm United Sliitid ot (Joiiimhiu
hitvu fir.uictl into iiitiuia'o rola'ioii
with ibis ti ovfitiiiit lit. A cl.tiitu'8
(ti iivuiirons luifl lien conntituted to
com Ictu the in finibluM work of the
0;il' cloiod tin- eonion in 1SGI
Ihu new liboiul c niHtitutiioi of V't.'
tzil da liavinj; 'i no into tll'i cl, with
tltn univ- irtrt! fiiiio.ii'Kiiio .l th( wi
the (.'I'Vi-MiUK'tit iitnlur it bud bj.'n
icconiZ' l, and diplomatic intercuiiao
with it has boi'ii opcn:d in a c r J : ul
and friendly hpiiit. Tho lonjj d lered
Avid J!iiid ciaiir. has heon eatisinot
i'iIv pitil and di-iclurod. Mniml
payun:uiB havo bui li ma lo of thu
i! h'iiih HWiudod by tlioj-iiut commit
too tor toe t-ottlouiunt of ciaium bc
tuetn tiio Unitcil SUttca and I'ein.
An emest and ctirdittl !rl-'nd.ship o ni
tiiiUB to exibt betweoti the two con
tries, and rii(!:i ttl 'iti an were in my
p.'Wer huve beoh used to reiuovo tlio
uiiuiudi'ritandmj'. ud nvcit a throat
oed wr be'twtiuu I'cru. and Spain.
Our reta'ioui uru el ilio tif'it tn'utidly
ijat'ire witii Chili, the Ai.-utine 1 iv
utilic. Bolivia, (J.iflta liica, Funii'imi'
iin SuUiilor liuJ II .iv r i . Dtiiing
ibo pant Jeiir no iblfwri'iiC' a of any
kini huv-t aridv.'n with aiii- of Hi.i l
pul'liec. i.i:d on tho otiitty hud, tli-iir
yinpaioii:B with tho UihtoJ S'.a'eci
in: coiiflautly expr-Brti!(i.
Tlio c.niui arising lioiu tho tiiozaro
of tho caifr i of thu brii Mawdoiiiiln,
in 1S21, !ia4 bwn iiail i?i full bv th
tiov.-rtin-e ut of Chili. Civil war c -,,
till ties intiio iS'pauish port of San D)
tuino, aoparciitiy v.'ith oit prmipcet
of a:i etnly close. Ollie.ia! cojt js
ponder.ce has been fieely opened witii
I.tberur, biid it ;ives us u pleasing
view ol sue ai and poiitie.d progress
in that li puldic. It may he expict
uo! to derive new vijor trmn Ameii
i'uii iidliieiico iinpr .v.id by tlu rapid'
diHuppvareiict: o! slavery 10 tu Uu:
ted Sta'f. I solicit yoni at.lhority
to I'tiriiish t'ne Kepub'ic a uuuboaf,
at a in derate cost, lo be reimbursed
to the United S'' sby installments.
Such a vessel is need jd fur the safety
of that t-'i iiitainst tho naiive Alri
can rrces, rikI in Lib-rian hands il
WJuld he more 1 fleet ive in ariestinjj
the Airican alhve trade theu a squad
ron in o.ir own hands. The po.-s 18
sion of the leant organized naval
f'Tco wotiid ftimu'nlo a eii iroiis am
bition in ttmt Repii'diit, ami the con
fidence which wo should tnamfe&t by
luriiifiiini; it wou'd wio torbearence
and favor toward the colony iroui uil
civilized nations,
Tho proposed overland telegraph
between America and E irope, by the
way of Hebi-iny's Siraits and Asiatic
Russia, which was sanctioned by ('011
r. 83 at tho last session, lias been
undertaken under very , favorable cir
cumstances ' by uu association of
American citizen, with ,.tlje (cyrilial
good wiil and supports',' MS; well of
this Government hs ol those of Great
Uritainai d Iiueia Assurance have
been received from most of the South
American States of their bij;h appro
cialiuu oi ihu enterprise and
readiness to co Ojerate in Constructing
liiitsjiributary tn that world eucircling
ccinniunication I leurn' With" eatisfac
tiou that the noble design of & tele-,
graphic co'tinriunication botVeon the
eastern cOiffct of America 'and Great
Dritian lias been renewed 1 vvith a fulr
expectation of its early ' accomplish
ment. Thus it is hoped with tlu re-
'iurn oi doiueetio reiWj, tjja . cejintrv
I
therelcoinmitted. by inimical and despur
will b t ) r.'siimu wiib- i;Ut ry
,in,i 0,v rann.'- ' ' ' '!
1 i Oiir Tuif .popnr.tr nn i ett'innl'io
rupnno'itutivea in
; L.'Vpl .dl;'d 'Hi'
April lii-t. An unploaseiH; aliora
tion wiiioh arojo botwenii tho .toui'
ponirv incuuihi tit of -thu ofliiw .and
iho Giiverniiii'iit of tho i'a'.'ha, rou!
t?d iii a ainpiMMion of iutorc 'iirso'
Tlid ovil Km promptly ciToetvil mt
the. arrival of tin- Kiiciiuadr in tht
cuifiu'taio. ind our relation.) with'
Ejypt, in wellaiMiir relations with
t.itf IJ irbary IVwjm, uti' tutlrwly but
istactory
.,Tho lohuilitm which ban. po lono
bo n tldiiiint in China, hi) at l.i-t
bo I) i)'pr.'8ed with tliu co operating
if-'od fU;v o'( this irovcruiivut, mil
of tho oih;r wnittiTti c.'iiiuii'rci.d
.St ited Tin) Ju liu.a! OotifOihir ostali
lUniniiiit Inn ' h -co iio vory diffl tuh
and om-roiiri, mi l it will noe'd lel i
livo iftjut Jitiou to aoop it to tlio ex
toimiiiii of our couiiui'ico, and to tho
11 iru intimate intero'diMo which
heen 'instituted with tho li'iveruoieot
and peoplo of that vast eiuuinr
China aeenm to bo noceptio;; with
In-ai ty yood will, tin; convention.)!
Vax which reyulnt'u ominerco audi
s iuiiil iniercoiirae auio'i the wm eru
natioiia mvin to tho poculiar siraa
tioti of Jaynn and tho a!oma)iiiH torm
of its 'i iventinoiit. Tiio action of
of that Euipiro in p'Ttoriiiiti treaty
ntipulafion? i inooiiAtanc and caorf
cioiid; nevi-r thuleds good ;roress has
b-ieii tllectcd by the Wudteru. powers'
moving with cnlihfeiiij l consort,
own pecuniary claiiiM have lieun
aliowed or put' ii courdii oi' settlement
and tuts in land 8ea has been re open-,
e i ie c im intrce. inero ie rt usoii hi
so to hutievu that these procnetl'ns
hao iocreused lailmr than diminish!
ed tha ', liiunJ.s lup ol Jupau towaids
tiiu Ullititi States. ,
I . . I
The liiuts of Norf'ilk, i'Vrnandina
and L eiisacola have been oneind hi-:
proclamation. It i hoped ; that tofl
eiju inerehant- will imw consider
y. heather it is not Baier and more
ptuli'itblu to t!i'.nisalv,:s ua well as
just to t.'io United Suites to resort
these aud other open pol ls than it is
to pereuo throtijli mniy tiaz mis and
iu vast cost a contraband trade will
other ports which are cto md il iitH )vr
actual 111 li ary o.ieraiions at least b-
a lawful and elLcuve bVickade- Fori
tuyseif 1 liave no tioubt. ol tha power
and duty bl 1 10 Executive under the
iaw of nations to exciud r eiietui of
tiiu litnnau race Ir. mi an u.iylum in
the Unitd States, ll 'ountuss.idioul'l
think tiiat i.roce.'diiiLrs in . suah . u ts.'S
lack iho aathoritv of law or ouht to
. . . . "
ho further repudiate l by it. 1 rj: n
mend tiiat piovisum t made tor etllc
tiuiily pifvctituif' loro'u s.ave ira.lurs
front iieij iirin; d oiuiciio and lacilities
for tiieir ci'iuiinal occupation- in our
country. It is possible that il it
tveni a ne.v an open iiietioii t lie mar
itiiua jjoweis, vvith the lijjht they now
etijoy, would nitc uieede the privile
ges of a naval beliien-.tit to tho iiHor
enis ol tlio United States tiffititnte
as they are and always h.ive been,
...
e4";t".v " Va n'" '".I"' """"""'-
i- . 1.: 1 . . . . 1 I
i irs.Disloyai emissaiies have b.-er.
neither less assiduous nor more 'bur.
cestui thu last year than they were bej
I- re that time, 'in their efforts, wider
favor of that priviU-o, to teiibroil our
country in foreign wars. T!u 1 jr--i re
and d itenuinaliori -ol the unr
States to defeat that denlj11, ma
ed to bo a sincere, it they cannot1 be
more etirnest than Europe, Never
th slees, political dlllieuilics' have ar
is.'ii especially in Drailian and Hrjt
ish ports and on the northern bouuJ
aty oi tiio United States, which have
required the practice of cousta.it vitji
tauce. ana a jus: aim conciliatory
spirit on tho part of the United States,
as well as the natiou3 concerned aui
their go vei'iiuiJUlS.
Commissioners have been appointed
ar.der the treaty with Greofc liritain,
on tiie adjustment of the elaims of
the lludsoii Lay and ruete bound
Agricultural Companies in Oregon,
uml are now pr.ocoediiit; to tha exeoi
tiou ol the trust assigned to them. ' In
fu'vyof the juaaenrity ol lift, in tiie
region adjacent to h$ Canadian Dor
der bv recent ass u its and upredatious
ate persons, who are harbored there,
it has been .thought proper . to give
notice ljuit, after tha exporaliooof six
mouths, tha period conditionally atip
ulated. in the, existing - ftrranementj
with reat Britaja, ,tl;b United States
must hold themselves at liberty
increase tiisir naval armament upon
the Lakes, if ;thty shall., find that
roccutiin neoessar Tha couJijioii
intim-i
haiitho iris, ho us to at'curo hero a free
!
tj becu,,i) 1I1 ) tto.v 'it that stream in if
vreoeiit I'u!1uj.j.s an I to that end tho!
: ( 'veriuno.it m ist m vvury way
inakw it manifest that it n dth-r 11 tods
.
toiaeverM of tlu provisions ofth'1. at's nj
Congress, imposing iutiieaiod tax.i-
Treasury, ineludi'i loaos and the I'll
lancn in the trtauui.y on ho -1st (lar
of July, ISoJ. '.-iel, 31)1. 7Do0.7,
' (52, an I the a0' ;r 'ato . disbiirsm"ii:s
i up -n tho tsina .basi wru SI, 2:S,
jUotj., 101 81) leain a ballance in
i tlie tre i-ut'V as chow'i by warrd.its. of
j
i
it
Jt' t.i.t L n Ivr i.J i.vuchmh i'y r- . 1 1 - in
ti.iyf nj.: ..i c.uiJiiiiiiiis' ur ui,,i'viiii
ma ri.jl.rs t iraoit Iron tJunuta
tliMHr'h tlui linitv ij S.'atfrt, us wu'l lis
tho ri;u'a'i"ii iit iiujiiii'ta whioh wer.'
fillip irarily istaliliii "! bv tho llvip
roc.ify Iroaty of(no5tii of Juno. J 854,
I doiro h iwi-ver to !o uud.-r-toi.il
whilo making tliii? 8tateinenr, that tin1'
colonial aiuhort'tiert uro not deemed
to bo inteutiotiit'lv nrijmt or niii'itmid
ly towardrt tlid United S'at;, but on
the contrary tnoro i every ron) di t
i Xp-ct th. it with tho approval of th
Imp rial GoverauKoit. tttey will t alo 1
tieujssary in '-t;ii(M to pitiVeiit u.hv !
iiicurii'UM hci-iH4 tho biiJer.
i'lib wX p t- (I at tho list Bsioii
lor l!u eiiijniirayoinont of emigration
has jh raf m po.-iiiii'u h ien. pat iutoUn
up ira'io'i 8ui. ois to noiid aoiou Lnoiit
which will eiiaule Iho oilier of tho
(lovei nuient lo piuvent tho pr it'tico
of irati It) a'anst tho emigrants whiii)
on their wuv and 0:1 t!;:r arrival in
choiou ot avoeatimi and p.laceuot set
th'tnnt. A blieral disposition toward
thU sjnut national icy iiuiill'et-hw
ed ly HJ'Ut t fiic Europoau Bta'ui),
and ouht to l rue p"u .itod on our
part by jjivioir the cmiv'ranti ctl'cutivei
iiitHonHl 1 r iti'stioii
( roii.ii'd oar emi-jratits ai 0110 !
the liriiiiapal nilVnislrn-.r Ktren nr
which are upp !nt;i by t'rovideii'jj
to rooiir tho raviu-H of int. iru tl war
audita wastes -ol. national strength
ami heallii.. All'lilt is n-cossary
o ... :
lit T Oimij."in 10 inipoHj iiiv'iiinii.i
mdttdry servieo np'iii Tunso Who coin1;
from other laud j U) cat ihoir lot
our country. ... -
The financial atfsirs of thei Govern.
iMtjuMiavo l oen Hii'.?cessiu!iy aduiiuis-
ter'd. Iunri2 t lelasryear the t-a l-
isition ot the !:ist session of Oonress;
Im heuelieuiMy ill'ctud tho revenue
altiioiiiih diillioient time has nt yet
elapsed to experience the full effect of
j tlun
'I'ho refei da diirin tho vear frm
ail 8')nrc -i unon f!i basin ot the war-
rat:!s Hjr.e.i 'v tiie Secietary oftheiid
w'Jij, Tod. 0')5 73. De tuot from the
I " . . . . -. ..t .1. . . ... ...i
I amount tin) a:n ouui 01 me priuoipie
of the pub'ietlebt roleemel, and the
nmoiiut ot itsuitif' suhstitutioii tiiere -
for.'u'id the actual cash oppcratto'ifl of
im trieicntv were : rect'U.ts. sssl
07d lilt) 77 : disburstiicoits, ,SSo5,
067 30. which leaves t cash
ir. tun treJiiirv S13, S42. 5.S 71.
t':iu recap's, th.-ro 'ails deriv-d from
Custot.w. SJO'J. ?!. 15J- 9:) ;
Lands .Va, ..o z'J ; ' tiom n:re-:t
Taxes, 8475. I4S 9J ; Irotri Intertiai
Revenue, loD, 741, 134 10 ; Irom
Mcseeoanaoiis -uir.:es, ?iri , ol I. 44-i
10 ; ami from Loans apne l to aetual'
expeudi'uios. iuclu iiu former balance
S(23. 413, 921) 13. Tlnro wes .rs-
lue i r')f tiie JfVil'Servioo, S j?, 505'
5l3, 4t ; for I'misiou -an I indium,
l-7, 517 9S0 97 ; f rth s War Depart
helievimenr.istlO. 7'Ji, 812 97; for th ) Na
vv Departing'.. t?S5 733 2J2 7n ; lor
intero?!t rd the l'aplic Debt, S53.
421 09 ; making an ai;::reate ot 'So5
234 0S7 Si), and Icavinirtt Imlanoe in
tlm Treasury of IS. X-42. 553 71, as
before state. I. 'For tho actual receipts
and disiaiis'.nents tor tho Urst quarter
and thect:mat'.d roceipts and dishurs-
men's ' (ot the -tftmainin quarters of
the tiscai year, and thu genera! opera
tions of the In ajtiry in detail, I refer
you to tliu report of t,he S.n:re'ary o!
the Treasury. I ocnvur vith Lau in
the opinion that tlio prap ntiou ot the
inouies lea 'ired to - maet tha expenses
consequent upon 'tho w-ir, derived
tromi tasttion, shouiabeBf.il lurTtv.-r
jueruaed, and . I earnestly invito, your
... .......
atteuiiuiiit'Muis Buojvct to me euo.i
ihe PUUlta debt, oa tue iii nay 01
July hit i;3 appear., by the boons
the f reusury, amounted 10 uuu biinou
seven hundred and forty thousand
miiiioii8;six nun irea aru ninety t .ou
sand Jour ' hundred
dollars sod forty
blv. should the war
yjher yuai-j thai flaiouutiua. t ju
that there may ho'sucU a.iuitiou U.Ie-j
isU.ion us- assail be required to meet
the juit't'SllJeciationa ct tho Kecrela-
rjv:;-
. The PiiUia debt, on the lit day of
nine eeota. rroba
mid eljihtv iittie
contUae lor . an-1
coiii'iieiu!'.,iue"t nt last sjjgt 'n. 11, ui :
sport of the estimate of tiiat oiti wr
Imaiie in tlie precedmir Docem'nr, as 11
i to lis probable amount at the h :ro'
pjtlient and competent tor 0 airetut
11 pr iyi 1 j th.tt a li'ui'ed :n mi: oi
h.hiij future isua of piibiii? f.i.'untiea
nrjlit hj bold by any (me fil' pnr-
ili.Hiir exompt f.-otn taxd'i.m and s-'i
uro ' ir'un d iht, uudor hujIi iuitiietitnft
l iin taioin as miht bv) lioc-Kiiarv
j to j'liai' 1 a linrt aliue. oi bj iuimir
fair1 a priviiuo. Tiiiu would onah'e
j prndttiit p.-rsons to te: asidi! a Buiad
mini c y uaiiirt a poMibl day of want
L'rivi i-.'i's like t'liesu -vi ! I r-'ii l-r tiio
I
isfTieasury, . maie to (Joor-jsn at the
5)7, td. Ihts tact e.Xoioi's a nulls
ia.fie.tory condition and co:i luut of the
j
Sutes no litnk ol Is-uo n it atirlciaz
by C uicrees, ati.l n Uatik uwtwi'h
2Jl't,'.;(s t' deter'oiu i. It so us jiite
Oriim'atl irllv 0 induced,' iiniost t n 't v
1 um.-neiit can ex o-eiso a r 'irainui
fVi.mip'..ver over llw 15 m -i mw ci'eviatia
j
JS5jTno report of the Secretary of
! Navy presents a conipr'heti6:ye and,
Uutistaetory exhibit of the affairs
of,
4 total nuui virbrm-tn at thn ti'ii i
jtt the nave! sel vie-., iucludiuidfi.-e.a.'j
i4 about 5LOO0. yriture have be
captured by tlu Navy iariu ; tli
year. '321 vt steels, and flis whole nun)
bibohd', to 14,896.9 61. A
eua-ed by not far treni tivu huudrol
niilli oi-. Il.?l I a it id. for tils m nt
o'lirt, broiir owu pifop'c, t lias become
a tu't iti'iai bihoeh of uatieoal.
"Iicu.h I'lvvatK pro;t)riy. K"r olivi
oih rea""iH, tlu in-rt nearly thU prop
eity can bo ditnbuteJ aiu 'ti ad the
pi"iii't, tho Wier. To f.ivui Hiieh
iT'ii'Tal d'M'rihuti'.n creator inlinio
uifiiU to bet:, iuo "Tin r mis'htpt r
liap-t, with 0'J ctF.'cf, an I witimui
inj uv, b.) presor.tod t i pers on ut Inn
nod m.'iuM. Willi this view. I H14
''(tit wlmthi-r it niijhtnut lie but a ei-
posf 'jsioa ol hiioh BotiK t'ei tu tho
amount limited, most duiirntk-1 1 i v
'nry p.-rson of aiuall iiumiih, who mllit
to nave enough for tha? '"ir
pmo. The ijrat advatitao o. e.it . -m
i haief, ' ere litor . a well as d.-inors.
with relation tJ the puii'i'J deb', is oh
vious... Men real lv
tney ca'iiio; be mm-li
d.-ht which tlio; owe
perco;vti that 1
. ... ... .. I iv. .1 '
ion'3-'e i oj 11
j i'iie public tluht on .th? 1st day it J" 1 1
j!y lust, aiihoultt 4011) 'whst ex ') ' J 114 j
I the estimate of . the Secret try of tlm I
1 ni'i 111 t'US year, uy m-" mi 11 "i j'Jj
. .1 r . . I . . I .. .xl .'iO'l
opiirulioiH of the Treasury.
Tiio National I'.mkin,' svs'em id!
(proving to be aeeeptah't to lap'talte's
iiu.l tu tliu . n.'ODie
U'l Itio id 11 n
Novemb M iiv") hundred an I eiuty
lour National Ua ik havj h-'en or;;u
i. n . A considerable number . of
' which Were c nverioiis Irom Stato
Hanks. C!i nies from tlieSiatosys
1 0 . 1 to tin Miiti-mal system areBpe.-.n
!y taking u'ace, and it is hope I that
1 vnrv soon titer v;.!l bo in trio L" 1 '
its circulation hi secured hy the (rv
lortimenl. T..at the Government and
'the j.e.ip'.e will dcr v.. uor.i' ben -lit
. from this eluuic'o in the baukii' sy.s
teois of thu countrj, can hardly bo
questioned. Tne Na'ion! sj htiou will
cieate a reliable H'l I p'ruiaieair iri! 1
wm in sinip'-rt of Na'.i mul cr-dit
1 . . 1 1 : .. . . '!......
an.J protect, tne Kip:
'in th) United
.11 ...... .
;iolmi on
i Whetlieror not a iv I'iu'Ii t
i.s advisable for tho stippreHsi '
' i..tlj 'Vniic issiioj. it wi h ho tor is "1
t!nt tho Treas,i:y e;a n t '. sv.
ol t!ie cun'ry
Tiio report of iho 1? croUry'of War
nut aeeompaiiun,; tloeam.-nu win
d .tail the rampnncn 'it t-u arin-e),in
the h"!d, s:nee the date ci innt ann.iai
un;ssd.ro, and n!g ) the opciau UB
the several admin'.strativu UurumsH
of tiie Wat Depaifiimt slnro 'I'".'
last year. It will !'
m i.'tstires djeiUJtJ eseiitU' toit'i
tional defeuso, fn I to ie up
:i I
fiipply tins requisite mot'...)
that dey iiriLetit of the nvtj ;e:vice
It is a sii.j'et of conra'-uiatio-) ho I
laukhle. . pridi1 to i nr countrymeu
thitar.avy of fciicti vast pr.iO-tftioiH
has b'-eu orauii'd tn C) Uicf a per-
lo.j ati'i coujueoi m iui
riciencv ftad suMoes- Tne yni.i'tal
exhibit of then ivy. im'lcJing yu.si)
constrnnt'on ' from the first of
D-jctttnher, lSt)4. howia tots! d 7l
v.se!s cariyin 4,010 tins nod
S'Jd ton, bein a" actual iM.ucS .e
. . , -. . .
. titiirlt4 the year, over an; ai-vs
J jrss hy ship vreck or in biuln, of
vea?el8. lt) gnu 1. ami i.t was.
year. -324 vr-sseis, Biia ms wuo:e num
Jjr oi iave! capture-i aiueo i) ostili's
; coiomeficod, are 1,31 of wlii SOI
j aM t earners. The gw
,
inm.' )rom -.ne .nam ; -co.iu-.rtiueu
iniie property tlm? Ur upoiteJ,
amount olgcch pwceedsaraflnder ad
ja-xialwo, m -jvl .wi'8 tpjm.lufite
1
l
f ,r dU) dovelopmont ol ineroaead eotn
Oiir meriral inteicotirso with adjac'int and.
tUjij.i, i,,M-i ,tg cminrries, siioulJ reooiva
' h i careful coiisiJ.Tati.i.i of V uiress.
Uiejln tin ti Jtli of September las', wa 4
221, 3i iter.-s of which 1, 533. 61i
o:'jH,.:r Were .entered oudei'the honu-
j.,10 AtUu'.ie with the I'acilie State
miiway Hud -tolssjraph .lines has bev 1
u.nrired.u;.d i with avig r that g!vo A '
- jmrancn 'of srcodss, notwith&taKiiiig tlui '
.emnarrassmeuta KrUW-frc! tl.u i:m. '
largfsfccd a pralim'Lc&rj' jocrttiB.flt'fi.eiif'H- r
"""'.jiiiiiiw. imvj Ijojii only partially or
xtxt lfy oi the Interior, whicu is ber i
ofrvi ith transniitfel, and whidh repc-rt hL ;
, i.,ui,rm.B the subjects of Patent,
IViuioiia, an I y.hvr topics ofpuhlii
interest eUa;uir.-u' to his Djpartr
yx jus wae ai.t'ia. 41tj lfce itoome
tiui s ).'.: duriii'.' tiie Sseai year, end-''
; ji:, JM,.., 3,) istil was 67.600,721,
iimler j K!ja:ost $ 13 697. 795 receivdd duri'tif
(tU pt'ecediuu year. The neRrejftteo'f
ilu.juercs mrveyed during tlio year hat
; t a t t0 ,, a ., .: diinoarl ni
iillrt'iU iheri is opjn tu settlement almr,
133 0 Jt.60Q aeres of surveyed hn-X'.
.hbor. Tijorout of the rai'A' ,re ij"
Vrocwd8j,i,e.n,All 139 definkel ioctni :
it,),- ioy westward ircait'hsdr.iti. '
U poiurat -OoiaLa Crtr. t'ebJiakL '1
cie liiilcauJ .il'-ehr.v.:. vuls m j
4-JP ZStoRU
Tlw t tai expeu litur of tlm Navy,
Dopaitoiuiit of' every M-si:ription in
eluding the oust of I'm itmnoiuD
srj'ia Irons tint have been ca!!vd int
existence from tlii'hof .March; 13)3 1
thu 1st of Niveiu'jjr, 13dl, uri
a.'.tj 17,202 35.
V air favorable ciinsideration) i)
invited to tire various reiom iH'idd
lions of tli3 Socrotary of ttu Nvy,
P8ii'cially in regard to a nivy yard,,
and a tu iaVe cutbiishin -nt lor tha
'.o'istrii'iMon ind r.'pair of iron veesels,
and th luae'iitu-ry and Hrnii'iire for
our b'i1 s. to which rcfernco was
on ie in my Ut annual in:sa'.
V oir Httfiitioii is aio invitjj to thu
vi;-ws 1 xyroNsed in the repoit in re la
tum to t.'io hyidhiti.ni ol C turais at
it lar t's;(io!i in reelect to a priz-s oa
ur inland waters. I cord iy c untuf
in tio recounneniiation of tho 3:re
t try us to the propriety of creating t!u
new rank of Vice AJaiirul in o.ir U4
va' aiivie-A.
Voiir attention is iavit'l t- 1ha rj
p rt of tho I' Htm istr Oauertl I r ti
l.itiii'eil account of tlio opt-r tt'ioiis aal
ll laneial cmlition ol thrf t'ostOJlw
D partinent Tho postal reveim s lor
tliu yo;ir u'i li'tj J .in 3drh, 18'ji. a
11) unit to il2.13i 253 7-i a i I tha ox
i.iul.td ed to Sl2.iiU.73j 2) Tin
of i';uoidituits over leceiritj
11 1.. rl., '
tnji ?iUlj,tj5-' ki- Hie Views pro
tilt. Aiitijct o special grunts l.y tho
(J .vor'im jnt in aid of tin establish J'.
,,lt.it ot new Imes of oiinnmail strain-
K,-,B tt(i too policy he recommends
: I . t . .1. . . w . . .
n m 111 note; voriiiy luiiTiisl tnat i;u
st iaiy t'Xpaii'iotl of. popu! Ation, im
provement and governmental t tistitu
turns over the new an I uuoccsuoie I
portions ot our country h'tvo aoaroj'.y
j (,,. uuecku l, aiuuh less immdel or
1 disrovod. bv oar irea ml war.
which, at tirbt !lanne, would seem t
have aosi rbed altnj.-t tlu ectirj etiOr:
i. s of the 11 ition.
T 1 oi'it aoiatiou and Admission of
tlm State ot Nevada has been complet
ed in eoiiiorm'ty with law, utid tliiis
our excellent system is firmly esUhU vr
lli -. 1 tu Min (i.n-i nt'ltti a uilii.ti ..n. k
islul ill t ho tooantitin which ondt
seemed a barren mid uuinhahit ibl 1
vaste between tho Atlantic States and
Ihes.) which havo growii Uj 011 tlu
;;o.i:-t of t!te I'aciS'! oouitn.
Tie ttrritjriu of the United S".a'o
arrf ir-oti-.ir.tily in .1 c n litioti of pros
oerity I ra.iid urjwth. l laluanl
M mtano, hy reason of their great d'n.
tan.'", aa I th ; in terruptioa nf com-
,,);,. ,t:i.u with thcut by In liait !i'x
. . . . ...
jrifnz.) 1; 0,11 u i ua icrstoo 1 inat tut
I -i 1 tli u 'ies are ahoti'. to disappjHr
V'neil iVlil O.o' lilt tllv'ii' iiiivrnn' mi
1 1 - -.--...".-,
like th-MC ol otiieri, U) ;. info sp.iujy
rttid 'nil oieratioo. As intimately
i'oii i. cte'i i;n, H'l l promotive of
t'io material growth of 'h-.i nation. I
ak the att -ntioii ol the Congress fo '
tiie vauatil. iuiorui ttion an 1 imn rt-
, i . .1 . .
lut,lic Lands. Indiaa A flairs. ' th-i
U'l' 11. J-'. n il . L 1 . rl I a ceittlJP'r li) fill. 1
I'aciijj ijiil.-otd and Mineral Disc v-
;.ril,g (;,;iitaHu i in tha rep irt of t'n
tu .-nt.
I'h 1 a l intifv of puhlie lao 1 liisp u
uj of during the Jive qa irterJ endin.
. 4.
atead lav. The remitindor was loca
ted with luiiit&ry land warrants, sgri
j cuPurnl Bttrip, cenified to tho Sute?
;i'nr railroads au 1 f'd for cash.. Tha
rtstoivti-i f.-om sales and Jocttion
- . . 1
. I !u itreat entorprife ofcoufiectin
.emnarrassmeuta kri ntr ficru .liiun
j viulinjr L'i.b pric- 0 .ir.aierial uj

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