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Washiagton, Ark., Jan. 10 1365. (
Officb or Impressment Oom mission bus. )
I rrtM£ felkiwtag SCHEDULE ot PRICES for articles ber*lu named, adopted by CousnaissioE
' w - appointed pursuant to law for the Stat* of Arkansas, ia announce! for the iaforinntfou
„f al! concerned : |
Ab i ici.es. Quality. Dbscriftion. Quantity. Pricb.
Wlurttt Prime White or Red Bushel of 80 lbs 3 G 00
floer Good Superfine,Gov. furnishing
sasks 100 lbs 25 00
Prime Iu shuck at erib Bushal of 56 lbs s#o
; or n Meal Good «• «• 43 lbs 2VC
rve “ “ “ 56 lbs 3 00
J Tjtj “ In ahenf 100 lbs 3 00
“ Cleaned Bushel of 60 lbs 400
&3M “ Array “ of 60 lbs 500 ;
Potatoes “ Sweet “ of 60 lbs 300
. £e “ Clean Per lb 1 25 *
“ Blade 190 Iba 4 00
“ Baled, Grass 100 lbs 4 00 !
PeMhes “ Dried peeled Bushel of 38 lbs 600 j
gjjgjx Common Brown Pound
gegar Prime or choice Brown do 75
g B <z*r Good White clarified do 1 25
Molasses “ Marcbantable . Gallon 3 00
Yinngar * 4 “ de 2 00
“ “ dry Bushel of 30 lbs 500
WLiskov “ Distilled from aorn or rye Gallon 3 00
Tolacco, “ la hand Pound. 3 00
Tolacco, “ Stemmed twist do 6 00
Tobacco, “ Pressed do 10 00
p or {- “ Hog round, mast fed do 25
Port *• “ “ eora fed 1 do 30
Bacon “ “ “ * u 50 •
“ Net I do 60;
1 J. t .w. “ Beef do 40
G’ar.dkw “ Tallow I do 601
Ondfw “ Adamantine ; do 80;
Cocdles " Hperra do 1 50 I
“ Hard ■ do j 30'
Mu. “ - Soft do 80 j
i »-i' 1 “ slaughtered! Net,tranapor’u to bo added! do 15!
if Cxritla Average 4 yrs old <& up wards trans- j
portatiou to ba added Head, on f< o'. 60 00 .
Zsrtmi No. 11 Artillery Each 800 00 !
No. 2 I ' do 730 00
Xd.c No. 1 Draught do 700 00 J
hsfo* K». « “ do I 600 00 |
s.jtw Ne. 1 Six tuu’*. w**Du ax!e de >7OO 00!
? No. 1 Four “ " “ ds ■ 600 00
. No. 1 Six “ iron do 800 00
Y-tj-i&js , N-o. 1 ; ’'our “ “ “ do 700 00
liamoM Good Horse lau'o Sett 30 00
Trace C&alaa * Pair 500
Irou “ Pound 1 00
Isathor “ dole do ' 150 j
I**thji " • Upper do 2 00
Lradioc “ Harness do j 175
:i«i “ Dry do 50
3dts 1 ” Green d» 1 25
OoXo® “ ordinary do 25
“ '• ard 0 00
lets “ Heavy homo made, filling!
all wool Yard 8 00
u.. Beat, No. 1 Omb'u home made Pair 3 Q(i
iki-.a Beat, No. 2 “ •• Pair j 5 OG'
a .. cr ?ji . team *u J >1; ire:, rasioux and forage fnruisj «<i by Gor'ni per d»v ?!1D 00 I
i ox'vagea, tram aad driver, ra.ivat and feraga furnished by the owner “ •• 17 00*
on ar 6 “ “ “ “ “ Gov’nt “ • 800 i
4&i<»arC " “ “ '* “ “ “ “ “ “ owner “ •* 13 00 :
Satie a. 4 “ “ " ” “ " “ “ “ “ Gov’nt *• “ 600 1
iiwlew 4 “ “ “ " “ “ " ** “ “ owner, “ •• ODC
■ r*.-Cr'f Y-x lu K<ud. ration*, furxge and J v* r fui ui.»u*J Uy owner of t-am, each JGO
I p uu.r p«»r mile, ■ ........ 3 een’* ;
. supp., ratios*, fe.'agn and drdrar furui*hjd by awn-r of team, aaeh 100
peuud* p~: uai'e, - - - - - - - . 3 oeet*. !
.-■.4 : < raai wxf „■ lan ! .cam, '•*•)•> pound ;bi i for dl ulhars. sr’O5 r ’O 90 :nd» per heaj
t.r la s:s tris*. 14 >»;i -s p-r day; ox tax. st. 14 ant las par day. If the load or diet an re .
X greater or lea* than above, the pric :* to vary accordingly.
Tr jportatl usf soldiers by Stigo - - 40 conta p<*r mile.
■‘ “ “ “ Railroad - - 25 esnts per mils.
“ “ “ Steamboat - 5 per usiie, rations furnished by Gov’t. ,
• :-. j -iTcr. er::oil*d, or imprersed, under Act of 17th February, 1864, shall be allowed
i - . :e’ er h slave s-i irapr. seed or enrolled. Gov< rnmniit furnishing clothing, ration*, I
»<Eeaira! attendance, in addition.
' ■: »:... .! jjo impressed which arc no th■' product 01 this State, or of the county in which
..u '.ivrlce transportation will bo allowed trom the place of production to the
■-■ v.impressed; the distance to bu computed along the most direct and usually traveled
p;i. e are all-. wed at gr:aia<y or crib, tho officers es the Government may, to faciliWle !
■. ,xv the authorized rates of transportation, or biro or impress wagons for the purpose. |
r ? r’ for diem the schedule prices.
H •: of impressing officers and citizens '.i especially directed to the following suction 1
■ ctory Act, approved February 16th, 1864 :
■ s.—That the Act amendatory of the above reciu-d Act, (i. e. Act es April 27th
I ': so much of the first s <ction of the said Act (i. e. Act of March tMith, 18<J3,) as requires
I ' ;< be made by the owner, or his agent, that such property was grown, raised or pro*
I --.id owner, or held or has been purchased by him, not for sale or speculation, but for
I *■* >r consumption, be and tho same i.s hereby repealed.”
< v Instructions of tho Adjutant and Inspector General, issued March ~th, 1864, direct,
I > J -smentx may be made under orders from the Generals commanding armies, depart-
I t'” divisions, and by commanders of detached parties, when a necessity arise* tbere-
■ xny improsstaeut shall be made, tho impressing officer or his agent will maEC as offer
j t>r. ..aiiee or agent, in writing, for the purchase of the property, describing the
I ■ ■ v.- !■• to purchase, the price he is willing to pay, aud the mode of* payment.”
I . _r agent will impress th- necessary s ipplies which any peison may have for the
M ’■•nmpd j n of himself, his family. > . ires, or *0 carrj .naiy rn>-chan :c:il,
j - uring or agricultural employments. The amount to bo retained by tho owner must be
J by loeol appraisers, from who.se decision there is ro appeal.
I BENJ. P. JETf, Sit., $ Ccnlßßlesl ® aer ’
I Headquarters labor bul{m7ll Z
I Washington, Arkansas, January 6th, 1865.
1 1' is he: by given, that there is now in th»- Labor Bureau Department of the Dis-
■ ’ at'Washington, captured NEGROES, belonging to ths foilawing named ;
■ ,! ®M, and of the following description, to-wit:
In. « s« ® 3
I 2 i “ X eh s h
I • u 0 u
B i f’wyAun, Mary Shanks, Black,
£ V?i' a da ’ Charles Hill,
i: V 4 3. . Henry Douksry,
w! Jsme* Wilkin*, ••
IM 1 h;' 1 ' de Mulatto.
W ku Boi4 . d«
B M » r X Sh»*ks,
Henry Dockery, Black,
B Goodly Malone,
John Lanier, “
H A. Uquhart, “
B Adam MoWilHs, Pine Bluff, Oct. 25fh, I=<63.
B Bocoek,
B W. D. Dunn, " I
■ f i Dr Jokn Berr Y« “ | « »
■ CQg* > Edward Sparrow, Blaek,
■ VNui- .lames Bradley, • ••
B ■ Thomas Wilkins, “
I ‘"^ tun . Mrs. M. Barnes,
> J^ rs ~ M heeior, Copper
v ‘ t l' r above Negroes are hereby requested to eems forward with proper proof
Wf " P, aud upon filling « receipt for sama will be immediately delivered to them.
I A: CommandHii ' v
1 I, /
Executive Office, }
(Vashingtan, Ark., Jan .9, 1865. $
To the Sk riffu of the Cennties es Oreen, Crit
teudcu, Hiiseit»ippi, Soling tnd St. freneit—
YOU are hereby commanded to open aud
hold an Election in your respective coust
; ties on the rorenth <iay es fehrsarv,
; A. D. 1365, to fill the following offices, now i
j vacant on account of a failure to hold an elec -:
tieu cu tho 3d day es October, A. D. 1864, te !
1 One Senator fer the 14th District, composed I
lof the counties of Mississippi and Crittenden. |
I Two Representatives ter the Bounty of St.!
! Francis. .
On* Representative for each of the counties
of Green, Crittenden, Mississippi and Saline.
One County and Probate Judge, one Clerk,
1 and Sheriff, one Coroner, one I'rrasurer, en-«
■ County Surveyor, one lutorual Improrement;
; Comml.tsior.i-r, eno Catumon School Commix- i
tiener, an 1 tho number of Justices of the Peace ■
i aud Constables *nth<*ri*ed by law for each of i
i tho counties of Green, Crittenden, Mississippi, j
, Salinn and St. Francis.
On* Assessor and Collector cf Taxes for each i
'of the i-oaatiesof Crittenden and set. Francis, j
i One Assessor of Taxes for tho county of
' Green. |
j The Sheriffs of their respective counties ar-j |
hereby required to cause said Election to be I
held according to law.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my I
hand, snd ear.s .d the Seal of the State
f*. "’da Arkansas to be afiixed, at Washing
s, ' . a, Arkansas, . ;i this ths 3:h day of
January, A. D. 1385.
By tho Geveiaor;
O- H. Oates, S<c. of Stat*.
NoTri.—The commander of r.ny military force
may order an election to he held by rhe citizens j
in bis cctßtuand, of any of the above couuties, I
for Representatives, appointing three judges
and two clerks, and forwurd the returns to the '
I Secretary of State, certifying, on honor, that
! :bs came was bald by Lla erdur. Judges and
; clerks may swear each other
' A-.y suiubor ot refugees (not less than t«E)
I may vole si any precinct, for Senators an !
| Representatives, sending ore of the poll-books
| te the Clark of tha County where tho election 1
is held, who shall 'forwaru »u abstract to the i
■ Secretary of State as ia ordinary cass*.
If, in aay i. the Cfounties that* be ao Clerk,
; th* judges will forward on* of th* aell-bookj
j to the Secretary of State.
In holuing these elections, th* former laws
•f ih« State keuit, ia other reepsete, be »bs«rv
l«d. H. FLAN AG IN.
i ~ 1
Taken up .
' 4 T Mrs. Isabella Tyres s, six aiks east *f
Washington, cn er about the 30. h *f De
ea«cber last, a BLACK HOf’fi}!, about savun
years old, 14 hand* high, -.’-.re- white feat—
ssme white «pota on back.
The evuar is reqaested te eomo forward,
prove property, pay charges, aud tak*Um away.
January 10, 1865. 4<J-2*
’VIOTIC'F—Fifty-thraabead . judaatnedGer
eraseat Beef Cattk will l:« sold at Pub
lic Anctden for each ia Land, at Lewisville,
Ark., *n Saturday th« 31st day sf January,
1865. A M. WIRD. C»pt
Jan. 7, IWa—4fl:»w smd A. C. H.
T>OOKS—My frieuda and others, to whom I
D havs loaned, or who are ethervrise in pos
a-ssien of. any boeks teclvugicg to rue, will
1 eblig* ine by delivering C m te Major John
D. Adnas. ALBERT PIX 2.
January 18. LM".. 46-3 w
! T OBT ' —Between Spring Hill and Columba*,
j lh probably la th* neighborhood of Dr. Car
! rington’*, a large, blank -Til CAPE, bolong
• Ing ie a Lady. The fin ii-- will be liberally re-
I warded by bringing it to the »£,•.■ of the Editor '
«f ths Telegraph.
suuary llth, 1565. 48-S*
II VA/ - ANTBD—Ono or iw ; coed Milch Cawo
TV for which a roeconablo price will be
paid in Confodersi* money, or cotton e.wlsox
ahugod. Apply ta C L.BUTTON,
Telegraph Office.
Ho. Qrs , Cocrieh Lime.*, Dist. Aar:., ?
Washington, Jan. 3d, 1865 j
I TN Compliance with instructions from Dist.
I A- Head i^uarier ! >, Quart- r-Maßter«ndCr>cinii»-
I a&ry Returns will hot l.<- seat by tho regular
I Courier Lines. Bold rcf.rrnt must bo sent by
| marl er by special conveyance. The attention
of Quarter M,. stars and Commissaries on duty I
' ia this Diet., ia respei tfisL v ealled to thisnotica.
BENJ. TURNER, Capt., Coin'd’g
j 45-2 w Conner Liner. Dist of Ark.
I T WILL icec- 08 or L pupil* to board at
| t tnv house, at SSO per month, iu advance.
Boarders must bring a pair of blanket* or
' quilts with them. J. A. STANIJSY
Walnut Hill, Ark., Jun. 4, 1365. 15-3 w
FOR RENT.—I will rent ouo Furnace at the
Rolling Fork B_!t Works. Bsvi*r county,
Arkan»fc>, cu Share*. Any person with h:- o
hands and one team <an raakj £.IOO p*r day—st
with sixteen hand* aud team $3(10 per day can
b« made ekar of rent. Be*f, pork, bacon, corn,
meal, ficnr, &e., can be bad at tho Work* ia
oxcha jgs for salt. I also want to Lira 16 nn-'
gross. Ter which I will pay SSO psr month for
good Lands, to cut wool, and in proportion for
other* tc clear land and ruaka a crop the cia
ing srasen. N. W. PEEKLTB.
Bolling- Fork Salt Work*. Sevier eouiity, Ar
kansas, Jan. 2. IB6C 45-3* ;
Auj't and Insp'r Generul'o OJfr«,
Richmond, August 27, 1864.
General Orders No 3 h
VI. Every exempt and deteik-d man under
this act, shall reader io the Enrolling Officer
in hi* report a detailed stat intent of the mark
etable surpla* produced and sold by him, with )
testimony that the sales were to the govern-,
meni or to soldiers’ famalie*. Whicn stats •
meet shall b* ssnl to the ecmr.iaader of Con-1
scripts for tho t tato, and thereupon satiafa*-
tion upon Lis bend shall be entered.
By Order fl. COOPER,
Adj’t and Inspector Gon.
Official: H. L. Cb*Y. 45tCw
good House Servant, aud who uan Card
and Spin, and not ineuntbered with children.
Also, a NEGRO BOY, who can drive an ox
wages. In the absence es the undsrsiguod.
parsons wishing to hire servants will call on
Maj John D. Adams.
Deess.her 14, 1884. 42-ts
Bale ofGoods at Auction.
I WILL SHLL, at Anetion, at Nashville,
Hempstead county, on the E2d instant, a
REMNANT of GOODS, consisting of sundry I
articles of Hsrdwnie, a f< w Dry Goods *nd,
Medicines, Also, Tw* Setts Counter Seales, a;
pair es large Platform Saale*, and a pair of
Balances, and an Iron Safe. Terms of sale—
as Surviving Partner of
, L. B. Dowd, d-x-’d J
< -ry Bth, l*k'.. . 47-lt f
/ \
Stat® ©f ArkßDsns,
; E>*Dle! is. Tramn*eirit kicirs.
’ Error to Auhleg Circuit Court.
AN Attachment suit ia a compound proeeod
t lag, be:Eg beth *■ rem and ta personam,
liable ai aay time before indgtn*at te be chang
ed int* a ptoccedisg solely i.: perttmom. Chil
dress v». Fowler. 4 Eng. 163.*
1 Where the defr ndnal files a bond to release*
■ the stlachrun.. tko judgraeut will ba strictly
• «» perso**,*, on which no precess can ist>u«
; afier.his dea h without revivor.
I Th* attachment in this ctu* net having been
I released, altr.ongh the defendant appeared, the
prMS*diag*fat Um sate, th* jadgmeat aadoith*
order for a special *x*cntio*i agafo : t' -t Sad*
, which had been attached to a con
• demnatieu es the lauds by jadiaial sent neo to
I the payment of the judgment
I And tho dofoadant Laving died, a special *x
! ocutlen was afterwards, properly issued with
' out revival of th* judgment.
This case is differcntjfrem'ihat of the Btat*
Bank vs. Etter, 15 Ark. 268, where th.- judg
ment was tn poTtexnm merely; wHertas in this
ease ike judgment was in rem aa te the lands
attached u«d is personam aj to the residue of
the debt w aich;: houlJ be left nupajd after ex
hausting the proceods of the gala of the lands.
Tl.e coiidnu...,ai ( uof the lands was a specif,
i- tpproptiativu vs them to th* claims oi credi
And -he ; admini*trator of the defendant in tho
j attachment ccurd have co claim upon tk.-m un
; til the judgment recovered was satisfied. Da
vi* vs. Oswalt, la Ark. 414. .(Affirmed.)
Sector <s. Stale.
Appeal from Sevier Circuit Court.
I LISTH LAT tor; < r grain—-constitutionax
TII2 Act of March 19,1862, against the dis
tillation of grain is eeastitstional.
A military oruer from th* commander-ln
ehief *f tiro forces iu the State of Arkansas, to
a«"*tiicer directing him to purchase whiskey,
or to inapros digtilleries forthe t us* of the g9r
•ramant, is no jusiifioatleu for another officer
in distilling grain.
Nor could a letter addressed to the defendant
by a reporter officer dated ca the day of the
finding es the indictment dircctiug him to pur
chare whisked, exeu*« him for distilling it.
If the dafeedant Lad ahown that the eistilli* g
wber-with he was charged was dcu* in th* line 1
es hi« ofiieuu duties una-’r an order from a su
perior military officer for tho use of the medic
al de part ts ent, L'S justifioatior. would have bseu
uxado cut.
Proof that he drank *r permitted others te
drink a portion of the liqcors so distilled wm
irrolevan; to the issue.
The constitution of th* Confoderato States,
and ths tre-ities and law* nando jn pursuance
thereof, are paranioni.'. to the eoctliitnion and
laws of tb-. Statu when there is a ooefiict he
. tw«a them.
I: ia the province of the cemmrMdisg gen
eral. und a*; of tn* evert, to settle whether'
wals-ay bo an article noc«ssary tn th* sepport
of tL« army; and th* court below errod iu un
dertakieg to Cm u« thet whiskey was uot ne
cessary to the support of tho a;my.
In this case th- re was bo proof of the official
chxr-ctci of Maj. Hili io whom the order te
purchase whiskey and unnrvs* diellllories wm
addressed; and this court does not lake judicial
cognizance of an officer of that grad--.
ina.o btcuid have bee i projf th—t he acted
as, or was j.-aurally reported ta *e, such oe.-
The defendant admitted ta ■ pen court thul
distinction er , mn into whiskey. The State
should have pre cod in additioE the time and
venue of the mis kswuor.
I* this eas were an ordinary misdemeanor,
the court might incline to presume, fret* the
ircunißtence* uder whh h the admission was
made, that it was tho intention of the defondaut
te odaxi: the distiUlxig as charged in the indict
ment; but at this case involves his liberty, pre
auuiptious tau.->t be ia hi* favor. (Rcvenod.)
JUNE TERM, 1801.
Regers vs. Swlnß.
Appro! fron, t\c Clark Cimtit Ccvrt.
A Slave having keen sold uudsr oa ag.ee
-M. ment that thu vendor sh*::ld keep cesses
eion cf ksr until tho doath of a third p*-raon,-
th.- v-ndor’s right of action did net *n ruo un
til tho death es curb third person: and cenee*
quently the statute of limitation would not be
gin to run until that time.
Th* statute of frauds, requiring a written !
lueniortindum of any agreement aet to bo per
formed within one year from the tnakiuj there
of, do&s n*t apply to this case; because is was
uncertain whan th* agreement: between the
parties was made whether the death of sueh
third person would occur within one year or
not, though !• <]><l not occur until sovorul years
afterward*. (Affirmed )
JUNK TEEM, 1864.
ffSarshaH vs. Green.
Appealfrom the Hempstead Circuit Court
«.» Chancery.
Effect cf an An-twor in Chancery aa Evi
dence-Claim? against Estates—Fraad
—Form of Decree—Damagec on
Dissolution of Ini i^ciion—C c-ts.
SO far as the ausw-r es tho defendants Is ro
spousive to tho bill, replying to it j u the
uegative and peuitlvely, end not admitting it
and seeking to avoid the affect of the obliga
tions and admissions by counter obligations, it
is the tesri»w.r."y cf the defendants in their own
babalf, aud must prevail uni*** cvcrweigh*d
by other testimavy.
Two, witnesses, er »no whose testimony is
wall corroborated Ly clrcuosstanres, are uecrs- |
jary to overweigh tho direct testimony of a r*-1
spondent so given.
At the same time the answer is up mors sa
cred than the tustituoEy of a di.-int -restod wit
And its uredit may be whoi-y destroyed by
equivosntiuas, evasions, concealments erid -nt
on its fee*, coutradiotioua, Msprobabilitlea, or
any other ot the many defects aud vices iu ev
idouee which often mak< s th* most positive
statemsata es a wituen weigh littl* er nothing.
Green's cxeeutor having fl . d a cress hill to
subject certain lands te execution nt law, tho ;
defendants, beiag father sud gen, nnvwcred '
that alter the b*nd for title had been mad*
whereby th# father acquheda right to the land, ;
he mads a transfer of the bead and delivery of ;
I possession of the land t* tho sen: Held, That i
' this was matter in avoidance whi-b thsdsfend-
1 euts must pr*re
Th* father having denied that h« purchased
the land for himseit, rt.tte: In his answer that
“ho may or may uet have told bis vendor that -
he was purchasing for hiaisolf;” this, being ia •
regard sot matter within his own knewl*dg», I
I ar.d net being a denial, is iu law equivalent te
'an sdmission that he did so r:<i«
The ansn er of OE- es th? defendant* being
? evidently uatrae as'to a certain statemsut of ."
■ fact within his own knowledge; the inazim/cl
i sue :n uno faf.tus in entnihus applies, aud his
| testimony coares to Le cntitl d I* any credit
l whatever.
I The defendant must take ths privilege of be
ing a witness for himself sum vturr, subject tc
all the rules and principles f th* ’aw of evi
dence by wl-ich ti c law stilv eg to guard against
th* dangers of perjerv.
He must bo careful to testify fairly, frankly,
tag nneusly, fully.
it U the duty of his selicitor tc se.? thiit he
dees it. A c’aim against the estate cf a dc
cea. >d person cannot be ratified by the ufdaa
vit of an agent.
Exo< uiion having be n levied on e»r!r.in :
’ land* a* th*property es the defendant in the I
judgment at law. Use sob of tl a defendant Clod
a bill in chancery to er.jein the sale, claiming
the lands as Ids own asserting that they bad
been conveyer* to Iriai by his father. Many
! eircurastauces combining to shew that this al
kged conveyance was merely color..bk and in
tended to hinder and coky the c-edilors of tho
father, th* sums is«-tld Io he void.
The creditor having filed a erose Lili t* sub
ject the lands to tho paym t»fhi ; d'St, I’ m
eoutt b -low.in decrcoiug t-< • salo frexi tl-efath
er to tboson to be fraudul nt aud voi-I, shculd
havu further decreed that unless by a dar fixed
the defendants in th* cross till should pay the 1
plaintiff tha i-.monnt o! the debt, dan : .i-1
tar-si and s«st adjudged at law, and , . Le i
eoats on the original and uross bill, the
or so much thereof as should ho stcc'-ssarv,
should be sold Ly c. eemmissioner.
Ti e procoed* of euc.i sale should tln-t b-.-sp
plicd to prytnunl c'tho coals ot. : original
and cress bill aud the wpens -vs ext*;n;ix>gtha
docroe, aud tho residue sr.ouidbo am.ti d to th*
payaumt cf lb< judgments at law, and the sur
pkw. if aay, should be brought into court.
Should til* proceeds of such sa’«> fall to pro
due- Mlis helion of the cos» 3 ttn d jndgnenls at
law, the creditor should be remitted to h:s pro
coedinga at law forth« collection et the residue
by execution or garniskm« nt.
DsEiaffr s oxi;the dtssolu’ion of nu fnjunction
cia euly be awi.rdod by th* conn where mon
ey i* enjoined, and theu “on tho amount re
leased by the iuiciictien.”
Th* suit on the original bill ia th ? c.«se not
I iteing to enjoin the collection vs a debt gener
ally, but only t prevent th sale of particular
Biep*riyfcr payment of it. ditruag ; should aot ,
Lave bera -warded by te* < .art below on di*
solving the injunction.
And th* court below haviry irre l in this re
spect te th* injury es th* appellant, the appei- 1
led must pay all the tests accruing in this '
court, although in other wsp<> # ts the decree cu-1
ter#d In thia court be in his favor. (Reverwd.
la tho Field, nearjFultcu, Ju*. Sth, 1563. j
General Orders No. 5.
j are mforwted that it if cou
trary t* law and orders to purchase
i Clothing. Arms, Equipments, Ar., from’sol
aiers, under penalty u forl-llnn, of prop- rty !
end three hsu Ircd dollars Cu*, or uot h M than '
two years imprisomm nt.
11. Cavalry n: -n arc hereby forbidden to dj«- 1
peso of their horses, arn ■•quipa «nt*, Ac., to ’
any p.-rsen wbat vtr. All offke- dir. eted |
to ice that t—is order is not -. fo,atodixi a-iy ease ■
! Should it «r>me to the ki owk lg.- of any Officer
that any horses, m-:us, or sq.d; menu, have been I
Jirpc-.-d of, they will immediately take ,-ieps te I
recover the article,and will rp.;t to tfo -oJI< jnd
Quarters the name of th soldier, well aa the
rase of tho ehiaeu, who mey have purchased
the article. A violation of this order, or failure
f te curry out the iar.a, will .- hject the officer to
I a-r-.s and t.ial by Cour* MartiaL i
By -•»: -a and of
Maj.-Gen. J B. ilAunroFst.
_K». P.TURNRR, A A.G ' 47 z t
4 SMALL! LOT of Almana-'s for sale. Price
j? per|-epy. Enquire at th- Printing
O1H« . *r ad'li sa C. L. SIJTT N,
Jan. 17, 1065. Waahtegtcw, Ark.
Zl. years old. with one chiW. For partirulur*
«prt!y it this Offiae.
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Pleasant Tali ?;y Loixib, No. 30, ?
Hewpatead co.. Ark . Dec. J Xh. j-f 4. j
WiiBKEAS, In lLj afflictive Providence of
Almighty God, wo ere eg .in called t v mourn
the los. of brother, J vx.t* W,
6C0... JN, wLc W 9 V! th* .J-;h :u»t. -emoT-li
■ -
yoar of his ago. His tetnuice wore followed to I
thoir last repeso, and interred with m.-.ecnfc I
snltsmuiti a aud Lexers. Slot hr Scoggin wts j
a man es very extensive 4oqn.iiui-.ucs, and held ’
in high esteem by tho eilixtns . '-uenrllv; ‘her -
jtss*l»sd, That this Lodge have lest a
member aud kind nelghl .r, an.l the world s
good eitizon, aud bis ferff-iy a l ir.d and ufirie
tioualo Lnabatid and father,
Rwofocd, That the tn tubers es tLI. LsJ, .
| wear the uaual badge of mourning, aud that !
thia Lodge bs ciotkid it mottruii’v for the I
r.paco of thirty days.
Raselvai, That a copy of these proceeding*. '
bo furnished tlio family of the deceased, cad u j
copy forwarded to tho P'-.i.-- -„ a r f i. rs '-. \ J
for pubHcatie*.
By Older of tho Led; n,
A Tribute cf Uespuct.
At a rognlur m :oli-of Pl-.asant Valloy
Ledge, the follewwg resoln lions wrte bad:
fcaci-d to the tu» mnry es Dr. S. B. Down,
who departed this life De . llth, 1 -'l. Dr.
Dowd was a ntau b.-ld iu high esteem bv the
citizens generally n: a physician. IL wac i
good citizen, a kind neighbor, a
and au affectienst - ;>hcr, end a worti. raasj?.:
Rtsolveil, That Pleasant Valley Le l -c, No i
30, has lojt a worthy brother and fast f“i -nJ.
Jirsolred, That this Lodge Bympxtbizh with •
tho beroaved widow and orphans.
Rtsehsd, That this Lodge wear the nnul
balg- of mourning for thirty davs.
Reieistd, Ties the Secretary furnish the <
family of the d■♦ceased brother with a copy of
th*?e resolution*.
Resolve!, T Utt the 17a shin pen Tslrr-rapk pub
lish, and forward account te this Lodge for par
i me ut. r J
rS" At a general meeting of th* officer* of
th* 22d Arkansas infantry roglr -nt, Haw- ,
shortic'3 brigade, a cowmitt-m Juv'c been ap !
pointed to draft rese’.utions as aa evidence of i
tbo dc*r> sywwwithy with the family es Captain
A. J. CliBS, Co. A. in tho recent bereavement!
of the above natu sfficer bv drewaiug, and '
enr sincere regard for tho deceased, the follow
ing resolution.', were proposes! aad adopted :
■ Rssokted, That in th* drath cf Gaptaiu A. J.
. Clire we hare to mourn the loss of a true and
j noble friend; that the Confederacy has lost ♦.
' bravo kmJ gallant efinsr, and cur cause * must
! faithful defender.
Resolred, That w- tender to the frionda of
■ Captain Cline onr 1. artfelt sympathies, an< i ‘
! that w« metiru hie !<>«j in oornmon with them.
Retailed, Thai a< opy cf these resolutions be '
sent io the family es the deceased, and a copy 1
's* the Washington T lagraph” for p.ihlica-'
j tioe
( Capt Wt. F. PATTON, |
Cwnff'-e 1 Lt. N H. OSBOtfNE,
i I.t BEN F Miyri
Through P. W. Gray, Esq , Agent of
l the Treasury in thie Department, wo
[have received ucopy of Steret&ry Tren
j l.oim’s Report to Congress, of the condi
tion cf the Treasury upto Oet. Ist,
1864. The receipts II , the two quar
ter.', ccdh.g at the last date amount to
$115,191,559 39. Tho expenditures for
the same period, iechiiing payments of
price p:J and interest on th* public
! debt utß'tint to >3614,938,832 70. The
balance on hand, April 1 at, 1861, vav
8308,282,722 19. Adding this to re- j
ceipts and deducting expenditures '
above leaves a Valance on band at the !
last date of $108,435,439 BS, coneibling
of Treasury notes and specie, 822,053,-
200 81 ; old issue (to be cancelled)
86,382,233 07. Tho expenses of the
Government, civil and military, from
; January let to July Ist, 1835, are esti
j mated at $438,039,315 73. There re- !
n. . i.; tint- endod from private appro
priations to be devoted to this purpose,
tho sum cf £137,416,506- The agsp o
gato amount of ths public debt us de
rived from tho book.s of the R egister ca
the let Oct. last, is set down at eleven
hundred and forty-seven millions, nine
hundred and s.-venty thousand, two
hundred and eight dollars, (1,147,970,-
203 Ol The Secretary, however,
(goes into the considers tin a of the results
of the taxation and fui.ding of the old
is. ’.’.os, which d nut yet appear t>n the
books of the Register, in order to ex-!
■ hibit the state of the public debt i
; with more precision. He makes out
ifr >m this the total d-bl on the Ist of
' Oct., to be something over olcvoo
b.: died and twenty-six millions, and
Ithst iu the six months preceding the
debt had only increased ninety-seven
millions, six hundred aad fifty thousand
seven hundred and oighly dollars. He
“This addition to our indebtedness is j
I smaller than might have been appre
bended, yet is gr ater ’han if tho cur
’ rency had risen in value, and thereby
J ’.he expenditures had been
tho large amount of taxes paid bad con-
■ tributod exclusively to the relief cf the 1
Treasury. The foreign debt, consisting
of a single item, is omitted ; the whole
amount being ui: Jer £2,000:000 is adc
quaUly provided for by the cotton own
ed by the Government, even at eix
ponce per pound ; the quantity being
about 1R bales.
He c?n«id€TS tho measures developed j
by the last Cor.grosß to improve thu
currency aa failures—urges tho impor
tance cf eScisat action to sustain it,
aud accompanied with much argument
and illustration in detail, recoiur-ends
the following measure:
It is an act pledging tho faith of the
i~v.se of treasury notes bey end the
; amount autherizod by the act of 17th
jof February, Ft ; exempting the notes!
■ from taxation ; providing for ths appli-;
cati a<l l re./ j per cent, cf tho taxes!
ar.n-ully to tb» icductioa of that amount !
:util pe?.CC be declared or tho outetan-'
jffdrg sum be reduced to 5150,000,000 ;:
| ccmlinuinj ths tax in kind after the war.
and appropriating an acce^‘.ftiqod pro-'
! f. Ttios thereof annn.dly to tho red- mp- '
j t; -u or payment cf tho circulation, until j
the whole shall te retired.
' I propose that the redemption shall ■
> Lc made from the tithes of cotton, wheat
■.nd corn, at prices fixed by the act,
jsu: ly : cotton at fifty cents pct
I pound, wheat at four dollars per bush
' el, and corn at two dollars ptr buahel :
; that the notes be receive I after the ivar,
jfn n all persons liable to the tax in
'kind, in commutation of their tithes;
I aid that tho Secretary of the Treasury ‘
, be authorized to issue certificates i;. ex-|
change for treasury notes, bearing six
per cent, interest, secured and redeem
able in the same manner and on the
same tents as tho teuiu themselves,
free from taxation aud receivable after
the war in payment of the tax io kind ;
and that all notes, received into the
t; sary f. r thece certificates, bo can
Th* effect of this measure would be
{that, at pteticat prices, tho entire popu
linti jk would be interested in exchanging
their productions for treasury notes,
i'hoy would constitute not only a safe
I currency, bot a profitable ir.re. tmeDt,
! for in the ratio of ten dollars for one, as
I compared with specie, the produce ob
tained in payment at the close of the
w»r, would cost the follin.h g prices,
viz : cotien five cents per pound, wheat
forty ccnta per fe ishcl and corn twenty
cents. These nominally low prices
would not oparato to the prejudice of
the agriculturist, for his tax, being in
kind, would neither be increased nor di-'
I rninished by tho price. It is true L-?
• would have a collateral interest in com
[ mon with tax payers generally, (f >r us
> course all inteicsts will be taxed,) in
. tho redemption of the notes at a moder
ate rate. In i’ is respect his interest
would be protected by the prices stix»-
ulated by the act. which are not too low
tor a time of peace. But if they were,
a full compensation would accrue to the
tax payer iu the immediate enhaacement
jof the notes and consequent rodne
| tion of expenses. And the pn»4uccr
j would find a complete idemnitr in the
| Hsle of a bushel of corn now at four
dollars, and the application of h. mou
|ey to the payment of a tax hereafter of
' two bushcL'.
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In suggesting the three arii. '.-s ■•
cotton, wheat and coin, as a‘>pc ’i
pledge ft.r tl.e redemption of the cur
rency, no immunity from their fall./ re
portion of taxation is intended i • be
implied, in rerpects of cth r object < <>f
the tax in kind, or any jiubjt of t»z«-
■ion whatsoever. Th--e are c>i iy assign
ed to this partic: iar office or function fic
cane; of theiar poeulir adaptation then.fr
T' o foilowiug is «n estimate of the re
sourc? - to be thus applied, rix :' I jv'
tvrenty-fivc million bushel’ ; Indian cur.:,
two Dj idred million bushels, ar. ’ cotUt.,
tw:> million b-.les. A tax of ten p?r cer:.
w.m! 1 yield as follows ;
J Wh?»t, two million fire hundred
; Indian corn, twenty miliion bash-
v'k «t tno dollars, 40,000,000
Cotton, two bnadred thowand
bait*, at 8200 per bale, 40,n0f, fI OO
This amount applied annually would
Todcetn the notes cutstaading in four ur
five y’ars.
U* g-w into a statement of the preba
bic crops of these staples, aud continues :
There is an element of our national
wealth, taken s'ngly, that exhibits, in n
striking view, tl.e amplitude of our re
sources to meet our wants. I refer to the
great staple of cotton. Tho nett pro
coeds of one bale exported and solo iu
England at the present price is about two
i.uudrcd dollars in gold ; and at the rale
of ten dollars in currency for one dollar
in grid, this is equal to two thousand
dollars ; and four billions dollars for tho
two millions of bales estimated to be still
iu the country; a sum more than five
times as great as the funded debt. The
impossibility of realizing the full b?acfit
|of this resourae under existing circum
riances ie * raitted; but the statement
exhibits the abuudsßce es ear means ; and
e cry effort should bo ma le to apply this
great element of wealth and pow. r to the
purposed arresting the pr-gres? of de
preciation, r. a d retarding the accuir.J.i
tion of debt.
I propose an additional duty of five
cents per pound on the exportation of
cottes a&d tobacco aud the duplication of
the duties on imports; payments to be
made io coupons of'.l.t five hundred mil
; lion loan, sterling exchange and speeio,
■as uow proud rd’by hw. The price ts
cotton in Liverpool being about sixty
cents per peund, the drduefion cf fiv«
cents for the tax would hard’y h**e an
appreciable effect upon its v-.l'uc m cur
rency. The duty would fall o' iefiy on
ithe foreign consumer, or be taken from
the profits of the exporter; end an impor
tant financial advantage wjuld be ob
tained at a moderate sxpeiisc to the coun
try I’he increased duty cc impotts
would je a small tax on lucrative trade.
If paid by the importer, it would bo free
from sli ohjectfoo ; and if by the consu
mer, his ability to bear it is abundantly
! proven by the high price paid for good-.
The measures would enhance the value
aud enlarge the demand for tho five hun
dred million lean.
Or the subject of the tax bill Le reo
omrnend* :
Jc raise the emouat by taxa
:ion, I rcsommecd the repeal of so much
as the act amending the act of 17th of
i February, 1864, as will leave the proper-
• ty cud income tax iu full operation, with
out the abatements u< w allowed, viz;
j bee'ion 1, parargreph 1, of the amenda
| tory act of 14:h Jane, 1864, which pr --
j vidcs tha«L the valie of tho tax in kir. -
I shall be deducted from the ad valorem.
pax on sgricul >ral preparty; and citio:
8, paragraph 2, of the same act. which
provides thst the property tax shall I
I deducted from the inc.aic tax. By tr.i
change *h« desired amount of rtvcr.u-?
will be secured, and the prominent in?
qualities of taxation, new the subject Y>f
complaint, will be redressed.
I would rcspec’fully recommend that
e!l Gove nmcui bonds and stocks, and
lonnaotciery description to the Govcra-
• meat, be declared tree from taxation, ex
cept upon the income derived therefrom ;
I icd tLat tl.e income tax be at die sstuo
! rate and subject to the same couditious
ns other income taxes. The policy cf
ibis measure is obvious. I adci existing
laws, except in the enss cf the five hun
dred million loan aud the certificates,the
income derived from Government securi
ties, is Deaily nil taken back ia t’ o feint
of tnxstioo. One effect is to drive the
bonds abroad and create a foreign debt
that will be found oppressive on the rc
turn of peace, and another is to raise a
preference for other investments over Go
vernment securities. Many investments
yield a larger income than simple inter
est, and are capable of bearing the tax •
but the interest on Government hums be
iug limited, and uot susccptiblo us aug
mentation, the tax of five per ce*t. ab
serbs nearly the entire inejtne In tho
case of the four per cent, bonds the who'c
would be taken, and when it is remem
bered that this n.te ot interest is lew, and
that the loan was in a measure ccnr ufeo-
thie of public creditors £oem par
ticularly entitled co the consideration of
Congress. Tender regard f- r the iu-.t
claims of those who, coefidiug ia tho hon
or aud good faith of the Gover :mcnt, re-
■ spendid to i's calh for pecut>i«ry aid will
be attended by no iu*s, aince they --hit
deal tin. m >n honorably wiui the creditor
invambly Lo row on the teat nod i:.. t
ee juorn ical u rms.
Tho military bill which recently p#«od
Congress, places reserves, a* Io- ig Ri they
arc in the service in the poaition d rrgj
!^ r . f e . r3C3 aa( l subjects them to the h.im.o
Itauility es change of pl.ee us tho r gufoi
army.—Mississippi Cl iriou.
• —— ■ ■ 'te—■
I Several huudied Yankees captured at
, Fi.x’klifi have arrived here a*,.* nt..,
|q 1 irteni It Tt e '—. .
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