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atitfiud lipttblxrati. ri:,.i J 1,1 ', " I VOL. I. WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1861. NO. 271. F 15 Ni It I: !; il NATIONAL REPUBLICAN,! OFFICIAL. By tht Praiiltnl of tht United Statts of America. A ritOCIiASIATION. WutREis A Troaty of Amity, Commeroo, nn i Navigation, and far the surrender of fugitive criminals, between the UnltodBtatesofAmorlc.t and tho Republlo of VenozauU, was concluded and slgnod at Ctraciu, on tbo twenty-seventh day of August, one thousand eight hundred iu d sixty, whloh Treaty la word for word as fol lows: The United States of America and the Repub lic of Venoiuela, equally animated with the do sire of maintaining tho cordial relations, and of tightening, If possible, tho bonds of friend ship between tho two countries, as well as to augment, by all the means lit their dlipos.il, the commercial Interoourso if their rcspoctWo citizens, have mutually rosolved to concludo a general convention or amity, commorce, and navigation, and for tho surrender of fugitive criminals. For this purposo, thoy have ap pointed as their plenipotentiaries, to wit : the President of tho United States, E Jward A. Tur pin, Ministor Resident near the Government uf Venezuela; and the President of Venezuela, Pedro do Las Casks, Secretary of Btato in the Department of Foreign Relations, who, after a communication of their respective full powers, havo agreed to tho following articles: AKTICLR I. It Is tho Intention of the hlh contracting par ties that there shall continue to be a firm, In violable, and universal poaco, and a true and sinooro friendship, between tho Republics of the Unttod .States of America and Venezuela, and between tholr respective countries, terri tories, cities, towns, and people, without excep tion of persons or places. If, unfortunately, tin two nations should becorao involved in war, the one with tho othor, the torm of six months nfier the declaration thorenf shall bo allnwod to the merchantsandothercllizo a ;ind Inhabitants re spectively, on each sldo, during which time they shall be at liberty to withdraw themselves, n Ith their effects and movoab'.oi, which they shall have tho right to carry away, send away, or sell, as they ploase, without the least obstruction ; nor shall their effects, much less their persons, bo Belzedduringsuch term of six months; on tho contrary, passports shall be valid for a te m necessary fur tholr return, and sht'l be l en to them for their essels and the effjets which they may wish to oarry with them or send away, and such pasiporti shall be a safe o in duct against the Insults and captures which privateers may attempt against their persons and effects. and the money, debts, shares In tho puono tunas, or in oanics, or any otuor prop erty, personal or real, belongim; to tho citizens of tho one party In the territories of the othor, shall not bo confiscated or sequostratod. AHTICLK II. The citizens ofeauh ol tbo high contracting parties, roildlng or established In tho territory uf the other, shall be exempt from all compul sory military service by sea or by land, ami from all forced loans or mllit.uy exnotiuns or requisitions; nor shall they be oumpelled to pay any contributions whatever higher or other than thoia that are or may be paid by native citizens. ARTICLE III. The citizens of the contracting parties shall be permitted to enter, sojourn, settle, and ro slde In all parts of stld territories, and such as may wish to outrage In business shall have the right to hire and occupy warehouses, provided they submit to tho laws, as well general a) special, relative to the rights of travollng, ro siding, or trading. While they conform to the laws and regulations in force they shall be at liberty to manage themselves tbeir own busi ness, subjeot to tho Jurisdiction of either parly, as well In respoct to tho consl.nment and sale of their goods by wholesale or rotall as with respect to tho loading, unloading, and sending off their ships. They may also employ such agents or brokers as thoy may deem proper, and stall In alltbete cases bo treated as tbo citizens of the country wherein thoy reside; it being, novertholess, distinctly understood that they shall bo subject to such laws and regula tions also In respect to wholesale or rotall. They shall have free access to the tribunals of Justice, in cases to which thoy may bo a party, on tho Bame terms whloh are granted by tbo laws and usage of the country to native citizens; for which purpose they may omploy In defend of their interests and rights such advocates, at torneys, and othor agents, as they may think proper. ARTICLE IV. The citizens of each of tho high contracting parties, residing In tho other, shall onjoy tbo most perfect liberty of conscience They shall bo sunjooted to no Inconvlences whatovor on account of their religious belief, nor shall thoy In any manner be annoyed or disturbed in tho exorclso of their religious worship in prlvato houses, or In tho o Impels and placos which thoy may select for that purposo; provided that, In so doing, they observo the decorum dun to tho laws, usagos., and customs of the country. 1 1 is likewise agrood that the citizens of tbo ono oountry dying In tho torrltory uf the-Tither may bo lntorredellhor in tho ordinary comelories or in such others as may bo selected for that purpose by tbelr own Government, or by tholr personal friends or renroseuutlvos, with the consent of the local authorities. All snob ccme torlos and funoral pi ucesslons going to or re turning from them shall bo protoeted from vio lation or disturbance. AllTICLU r. Tbe citizens of each of the high contracting partle", within tho JurUdlulIon of tho other, shall havo power to dispose of their personal property by ealo, donation, tostament, or nth nrwlso; and their poraonal roppesontatives, being citizens of tho other contracting party, shall succeed to their personal properly, whelhor by testament or ab xnlestalo. Thoy may tako possession thereof, either by them selves or by others acting for tbom, at their pleasure, and dispose of the samo, paying such duty only as the citizens of the country wherein the said personal property Is situated shall be subjout to pay In like cases. In the absence of a poraonal representative, the sime caro shall be taken of the property as by law would bo taken of the property ol a native In a similar case, whilst the lawful owner may tako mea sures for socurlng it. If a question should arise among claimants as to tho rightful owner ship of the property, tho same shall be finally J doclded by tho tribunals of the oounlry In whlcli it is situated. When, on the deoease of any person holding real estate within tho territory ol one party, such roal ostate would, by the law of the land, descend on acilizonof the other wore bo not disqualified by alienage, the longest term which the laws of the country in which It Is situated will permit shall bo accorded to him to dispose of the samo; nor shall hobo subjectod, in so do ing, to higher or other duos than if ho wero u citizen of tho country whoroln suoh roal estate Is situated. AHTICLB VI, Tho high contracting parties hereby agree that whatever kind of produce, manufactures, or merchandise of any foreign oountry can be, from time to time, lawfully imported into the United Slates In their own vessels, may also bo Imported In tho vessols of Venezuela, and no hlglior or othor dutlos upon the tonnugt or oargoof tlioCB-:os shall be levied oi-rollectod, whether tho Importation bo mido Inavossel under tho flag of tho United Stalos or a vossel under tho (lag of Vonezuela. And reciprocally whatever kind of produce, manufactures, or merchandise of any lorelgn oountry can be from time to time lawfully Imported Into Vene zuela In her own vessels, may also be Imported In vessols of tbo United States, and nn hlgl.or or other duties upon tbo tonnago or cargo of tho vessols shall be levied or onllectod, whether the Importation bo mado In a vessol under tho flag of Venezuela or undor the ft ig of the Unitod Statos. Whatever can be lawfully exported or re exported by one partyln ItBown vessels, tn any foreign country, may In Ilko mannerbe oxporlod or ro exported in tbo vofsels of the othor; and the same dutlos, bountlos, and di awbacks shall be collected and allowed, whethor such export ation or re exportation bo made In vessels of the ono orthe other. Nor shall higher or other charges of any kind bo imposed In tho ports of ono party on vessels of tho other, than are or hull bo payAble In tbe same ports by national vessels. ARTICLE VII. The preceding article is not applicable to tho ooasting trade of the contractng parties, which Is respectively reserved by eaoh oxoluslvoly for Its own cltizons. Butvesselsof either oountry shall bo allowed to discharge a part of their cargoes at one port, and proceod to any other port or ports in the territories of the other to dlschArgo the re mainder, without paying higher or other port charges or tonnage dues than would be ptld by national vessels in suoh oases, so long as this liberty shall be oonceded to any foreign vossels by the laws of both countries. ARTICLE VIII. For the hotter understanding of the preced ing stipulations, It has boon agreed that evory vessel belonging exclusively to a citizen or clt izons of Vonezuela, and whose captain Is also a citizen of tho same, suoh vessel having also complied with all the other requisites estab lished by law to acquire suoh national charao ter though the oonstruotlon and orew are or may be foreign, shall bo oonsldered, for all the objects of this troaty, as a Venezuelan ves sel. ARTICLE IX. No higher or other duty shall be Imposed on the Importation Into the United States of any article the growth, produao, or mauufaoturo of Venezuela or of her fisheries; and no hlglior or other duty shall be Imposod on tho impoita tlou into Venezuela of any article tbe growth, produco, or manufacture of tho United States or their tlsherles, than are or shall bo payable on the like articles tho growth, produce, or manufacture of any othor foreign country or Its fisheries. No other or higher dutlos or charges shall bo Imposed In tho Unitod States on tho exporta tion of any article to Venezuela, nor In Vene zuela on the exportation of any article to tho United Slates, than such ns are or shall 1)0 payable on the exportation of tho like nrtlclo to anv other foreign country. No prohibition shall be imposed on the im portation of any article tbe growth, nrodiu.o. or manufacture of the United States or their fisheries, or of Venezuela and her flshojics, frum or to the ports of tbe Unitod States or Venezuela, whlcli shall not equally oxtend to every othor forofgn country. It, howowir, either party shall horoaflor grant to any othor nation any particular favor In navigation or commorco, it Bhall immediately becumo com mon to tbo othor party, frcoly, when) It s'lall be freely granted to such other nation, or fur tho same equivalent, when the grant shall be conditional. ARTICLE x. Should ono of the high conti acting parties hereafter Impose discriminating dutlos upon the products of any other nation, tho other party shnll Iih at liberty to determine the mill ner of establishing the origin of lis own pro ducts intended to enter the country by which the discriminating duties are imposed. ARTICLE XI. When any vessel of either party shall be wrecked, stranded, or otherwise damaged nn tho coasts or within the Jurisdiction of the other, tholr respective citizens shall receive as well for themselves as tor tholr vossels and efleclSj. IUU SilllltJ H9SISIUUUV WU1UU WUU1U OB QUO 10 ItlO Inhabitants of tho oountry where tho accident happenod, and thoy shall be liable to psytho same obarges and duos of salvago as the said inhabitants would be liable to pay in alike cao. If tho repairs whloh a stranded vessol may require shall roudor It necessary that tho n hole or any part of her cargo should bo un loaded, no duties of oustom, cbargos, or fees on such cargo as may be carriod away shall bo paid, except such as aro payable in Ilko cao by national vossels. It Is understood, nevertheless, that if, whllo the esscl Is under repair, tho cargo shall bo unladen and kopt In a place of deposit destired for tho reception of goods, the duties on which havo not bcon paid, tho cargo shall be liable to tho chargosand fees lawfully due to the keepers of such wtrohouses. ARTICLE XII. . It hhall bo lawful fir tbo oltlzens of ellhcr oountry to sail with tbolr ships and merohan diso, (contraband goods always excepted,) from any port whatover, to any port of tho enemy of tho othor, and to sail and trado with their ships and merchandise, with perfect security and liborly, from the countries, ports, and placos of those who aro enemies of ollhor party, without any opposition or disturbance whatso ever, and to pass not only directly from tbo placos and pons of the enrmy aforomontloned tonoutral ports and places, but also from ono place belonging to an enoray to another pi u-i belonging to an enemy, whethor they be or bo not under tho jurisdiction uf tho same power, unless such ports or places bo effectively blockaded, besieged, or Invested. And where is It frequently happens that ves sels sail for a port or placo belonging to an enemy without knowing that the same is eithor besieged, blockadod, or Invested, It Is agreed that every vessel so clrcurastanood may bo turned away from suoh port or place, but sho shall not bo dotalnod, nor any part ot her car go, ir not contraband, bo confiscated, unless, aftor notlco of such blockado or investment she shill again attempt to enter; but she shall bepeimltted to go to any othor port or place sho shall think proper; provided tbo same bo not blockaded, beslegod, or Invested. Norshall any vossel of either ol the parties that may have entorcd Into such port or place before the same was actually boaleged, bloc kaied or In vestod by the other, ba rostralned ru.ni quit ng suoh place with hor cargo, Ul- , ,'uml thoroln after tho reduction and Minender of such jtf.ice shall such vossel or her carto be labloToconfHcation.butlhoy shall bo icstorcd to tho owners thereof. ARTICLE .Till. In order to rogulate what sbll bo deemed contraband of war, there shall be comprised under that denomination gunpowder, saltpetre petards, matches, balls, bombs, grenades car cases, pikes, halberds, swoids, bells, pistols holsters, cavalry saddles, and furniture, can' nons, mortars, their carriages and beds, and gonerally all kinds uf arms, atninunlilun of war, and Instruments fit for the use of troops; all tho above articles, whenovor they aro destined to the port of an enemy, aro heroby declared to bo contraband, and Just objects of confiscation; but the vessel in whloh they aro ladon, and tho reslduo of tho oargo, shall bo considered freo, ??.", no.1 ln a"y manner Infected by the pro. hlbltecl I goods, whethor belonging to tho samo or a different owner. article iiv. i LSf!.?rH!by ""Pilated th it fieo ships shall giT?iK r?od"m,to Roods, and that overt thing t SmSn'i! b free and exempt Vhieh snail be found on board the shins linlnni-inir to the cltlens of either of the oonir'cllnE uwfies although the whole lading, o - ",.y nrn fere'l' should appertain to the enemies FiYtuor ' traband goods being always oxuepted. It h also agreed, In like manner, that the Bame liberty be extended to persons who aro on ooaru a i roe Bnip, wun tnts effect, that although tbey be onemles to either party they are not to bo taken out of that free ship unless they are soldlors, and In aotual service of tho enemy. article xr. In time of war tho merchant ships belonging to the citizens of either of the contracting par ties which shall bo bound ton port of the enemy of ono of tho parties, and concorning whose voynge and tho artlclos of tholr cargo there Bhall be Just grounds of suspicion, shall bo obliged to exhibit as well upon tho high seas aa In tbe ports or roads, not only their passports but llkewlso their certificates, showing that their goods are not of the quality or those which are specified to be contraband In the thirteenth article of tho present convention. ARTICLE XVI. And that captures on light suspicions may be avoided, and Injuries thenoe arising prevented, It Is agreed that whon ono party shall bo en gaged ln war, and the othor party bo noutral, tho shins of the neutral nartv shall ho furnished with pas-ports, that It may appear therebv that tho ships really belong to the oltlzens of the neutral parly; thoy shall be valid for any number of voyages, but shall be ronowed ovorr year that Is, If the ship happens to return home in the space of a year. If tho ships aro lauen inoy num. uu uroviaou, not only wun mo nassDorU above mentioned, but also with cer tificates, so that It mar be known whothor thoy oarry any contraband goods. No other paper shall bo required, any usage or ordlnaiico to the contrary notwithstanding. And If It shall not appear from tho said certificates that there aro contranana gooason board, tbo shins shall be permitted to proceed en their voyage If it snail appear irora mo ceriiucaies m u mere aro contraband goods on Do.irrt any such ship, and tho commander of the same shall offer to do. liver them up, the offer shall be accepted, and a receipt fur tho samo shall be given, and the ship shall he at liberty to pursue Its voyage unless the quantity of tho contraband goods be greater than can conveniently be received on board tbo shlp-of war or prlvnteor, ln which case, as In all othor cases of Just dotontlon, tho ship tmaii ou uaxrieu who 1110 nearest saio aim con venient port for tbo dolivcry of tho samo. If any ship shall not he lunilshed with such passport or cerlllloates as aro above required for the same, such case may be examined hi- a proper judgo or tribunal, and If It shall appear Irom other documents or proofs, admissible by tho usage of nations, that tho ship belongs to the cltlens or subjects of the neutral party, It shall not bo confiscated, but shall bo released with hor cargo, (contraband goods excepted,) an I bu permitted to prrcocd on hor vot ago. If tbo mastor uf a ship, named 111 tho pass port, should happen to cllo, or bo removed by any olhor cause, and anothor put In his placo, the shin and oarai shall, nevertheless, bn equally socuro, and tho passport romaln In full force. ARTICLE XVII. If tho ships of tho cltlens of either of the parties shall bo met with on tho IiIkIisohs. Iiv any ship-ofwar or priv itoer uf tho olhur, for me avuiuiUK ui any un-unicr, uie saiu SUlps-UI-war or prlvatoeiH shall romaln out of cannon shot, and may send tholr boils on board the merchant ship which they shall so moet with, and may enter hor to tho number of two or mice men only, to whom the mastor or com mandor of such ship shall exhibit his tiassnnrt concerning tho proporty of tho ship; and It Is expressly agroeu mai me noun hi parly shall In nu casu bo roqulrcd to go on board tbe ex amining osol for tho purpose of exhibiting his papers, or for any othor examination what ever. ARTICLE XVIII. It Is expressly agreed by the high contract ing parties that tho stipulations above men tioned, relative to the conduct to be observod on the tea by the cruisers of tho belligerent partv towards tho ships of tbo neutral parly, Bhall be applicable only to ships sailing without convoy, and whon the said ships shall be con voyed, It belcg tho Intention of the parties to observe all tho regards due to tbe protection of tho dig dl-pla;ed by public ships, it shall net bo lawful to visit them; but the verbal deo laratlon of tho commander of the convoy, that the shins bo convors belong to the nation whose nag ho carries, and that they havo no cuuirauuuu kuuusuu uuaru, snail oe considered by tho respective cruisers as fully sufficient; the two partlos reciprocally ecuaelni not to admit under the protection of tbolr cuuvojs suipa wuicu snail uavo on ooaru conirauann goous uestiuou to an enemy. ARTICLE XIX. In all cases where vossels shall be captured ur ueiainou, 10 oe carried 11110 port under pre tence of carrvlni; to tho enemv contraband goods, the caulor shall clve a reoolnt for such of tho papors of the vessel as he shall retain, wiucu receipt snail oo annoxea loacopy ot uie saiu papers; aim u snail ue uniawiui iu lireaK up or upon the hatches, chests, trunks, c i&ks, bales, or vessels found on board, or remove ino smallest nart of tho goods, unless tho lading be brought on shoroln piesenceof tho rompo tont oDlcors, and an Inventory bo made by them of tho samo. Nor shall It bo lawful 10 sell, exchange, or alloiute the said articles of conirananu in any manner, unless there shall have been lawful process, and the competent Judge, or ludges, shall havo pronounced againsi sucii goous sentenco 01 connscallon. ARTICLE X. And ill suoh timo of war, that proper caro may bo taken of the vessel and cargo, and embez zlement prevented, it Is agrood that It shall imt bo lawful to romovo tho master, commander, or supercargo ot any captured ship Irom on board thereof, during the llmo the ship may be at sea after hor capture, or pending tho pro ceedings against ber, or her cargo, or any thing relating tlioroto; and In all eases where a vessel of tbo cltizons of either parly shall be captured or seized and held for adjudication, hor officers, passengers and crew shall be In a pliably treated. Thoy shall not be imprisoned or deprived of any part of their wearing app.i rel, nor of the possession and use of tbelr money, not exceeding for the captain, suporcargo, and mate flvo hundrd dollars each, and for tho sail ors and passengers one hundred dollars each. ARTICLE XXI. It Is further agreod that iu all cases tho es tablished courts for prize causes, In the coun try to which tho prlzps may bo ooinlucli.il, shall alone tako cognlince of tlinm. And whoneversuch tribunal of eithor of the parlies sh ill pronounce judgment againsi any vessel, or goods, or properly claimed by the utlin-us of the other party, the sentence or dent eoKliull mention iho reasons or moiives on which Hie same shall havo been founded, and an autbon tloated copy of the sentence or decree, and of all the proceedings In the case, shall, if do manded, bo dollvered to the oommander or agent ol the said vessel without any dolay, lie paying the legal fees for the same. ARTICLE XXII. And that moro abundant caro may be taken for tbe security of the citizens of the contract ing partlos, and to prevent their suffering Inju ries, all commanders of ships of war and pi I vatoors, and all others, the Bald oltlzens shall forboar doing anydamago to those of the olber party, or committing any outrago against them, and il they act to tho contrary they shall be punished, and shall also be bouud In their per sons and estates to make s itlsfactlnji and repa ration for all d images, and the Interest thereof, ol whatover natnro the said dsmagos may bo. For ibis cause, all oommaiidersofprlvaloois, befoie thoy receive their commissions, shall heie liter be obliged to give, belore a compe tent judge, sufllolont secuilty by at least two iflspun-dblo suielles, who havo no Interest in Ho, said pi Ivaleor, each ot wlmm, lognlhoi Hi the sild commando) , shall be jointly ami sov dally bouud In the sum ul seteu thousand dol lars, or of nine thousand four hundred dollars Venezuelan ourrency, or If said ship bo pro vlded with above one hundrod and fifty seamen or Boldlera, In tho sum of fourteen thousand dollars, nr eighteen thousand eight hundred dollars Venezuelan currency, to satisfy all damages and injuries which the Bald privateer, or her offlcors or men, or any i f them, may do or commit during her cruise, contrary to tho lencr or this convention, or to the laws and Instructions for regulating their oonducl; and, further, that In all casesof airgroBJlonslbe said commission shall be revoked and annulled. ARTICLE XXIII. When the shlps-of war of the two contracting parties or those belonging to their citizens whloh are armed In war shall be admitted to enter with their prizos tho ports of cither of the two parties, the said public or prlvato ships, ss well s tholr prlzos, shall not he obliged to pay any duty oither to the officers of the plaoe, the Judgos, or any others; nor shall such prlzos, whon thoy come to and enter the ports of olihor party, bo arrested or Bolzed, nor shall the oillcors of the place make exam ination concerning tho lawfulness of such prizes, but they may hoist sail at any time and depart and carry their prizes to the places ex pressed iu tholr commissions, which tho com manders of suoh ships of-war shall bo obl'gcd to show. It Is understood, however, that tho privileges conferred by this nrtlclo shall not extend beyond those allowed by law or by troaty with the most favored nations. ARTICLE XXIV. It shall not be lawlul for any foreign priva teers who have commissions from any prince or stato tn onirlty with eithor nation, to fit tholr ships in tho ports of either, to sell their prizes, or in any manner to exchange thorn; neither shall they bo allowed to purchase provisions, excopt such as shall bo noccssary to I heir going to tho noxt port of that prlnco or Stato Irom whlcli thoy havo rocolved tholr commissions. ARTICLE XXV. No citizen of Venezuela shall apply for or tako anyrommlssionor letters of msrquo for arming any ship or ships to act as prlvatcors against tho said United States, or any of them, or against the cltizons, peopio, or Inhabitants of the sild United Slates, or any of them, or agalrst tho proporty of nny of tho Inhabitants t any uf them, from any princo or Stato with nbfoh the said !Tnlti,l Rr.itna ol,.lt i,a ... ....... nor shall any citizen nr Inhabitant of the said Unitod States, or any of tbom, apply lor or tako any commission or letters of marquo for arm ing any ship or ships to act as privateers agaln6t the cltizons or inhabitants of Venezuola, or any of them, or tho property of any of thorn, from any prlnco or St itu with which the said Itonubllc snail bo at win; and if any person of either nation shall tako such commissions or letter or marquo, ho shall bo punished accord ing to their respective laws. ARTICLE XXVI. The high contracting parties grant to eaoh other the liborly of having in tho ports of the olhor consuls or vlco consuls of their ow n ap pointment, who shall onjoy the same privileges and powors as thoso of tbo most favored na liun; but If any of the said consu's or vlco con suls shall curry nn trade, thoy shall bo sub jected to the same laws and usages to whlcli prlvato individuals or tlielr nation are subjected in tho samo placo. it is understood that whenover either or the two contracting partlos shall select a citizen id tho othor for a consular agent, to reside In any pnrtsorcomnierolal places of tho lattor, such consul or agont shall conllnuo to bo regardod, notwithstanding his quality of a foreign consul, us a citizen of tho nation to which he belongs, and consequently shall bo subject to tho laws and regulations to whloh natlvos nro sub jected In tho place or his rosidenco. This ob ligation, howovor, shall iu no ropoct ombar rass the cxerclso of his consular lunctlons, nr affect tho inviolability of tbe consular archives. Tho said consuls and vlco consuls shall havo the right, as suoh, to sit us Judgos and arbitra tors In such differences as may arNo botwoon the m istors and crew s of tho essols belonging to tho nation whose Intorosts aro committed to tholr charge, without tho Interference of the luc il aul horllios, unless tholr assistance should bt required, ur tho conduct orthe crows or or tho captain should disturb the order or tran quility of the oountry. It Is, however, under stood that this sVeolos of judgment or arbitra tion shall not deprive tho contending parties of the right they have to resort, on their return, to the judicial authority of their own country. Tho said consuls and vice oonsuls are author ized to require tho assistance of the local au thorities tor tho arrest and Imprisonment of the desorters irom the, hips of war and mer chant vessols or tbelr country. For this pur pose tbey shall apply to the competent tribu nals.Juilgesandofllcors.aud shall, Iu writing, de mand such de80rlers,provlngby the exhibition ol the registers ot iho vessols, the muster rolls ortho crows, ur by any other official documents, that suoh Individuals fo mod part or the crews; and on this claim being substantiated Hie sur render shall not be revised. Suoh desertors, when airestod, shall bo placed at the disposal orthe consuls and vlco consuls, and may be confined 111 tho llllbllC lirisons at Iho rmniul and cost of thoso who shall i laim them, in onliir in oo seni 10 ino vessels 10 w men mey belong, or to otbors of the samo countrv. Hut If not sent back within three months of tho day of uiuu uirusiiuuy sunn uu bei ai liueny, .Hid shall not again bo arrested for the samo cause, llovevor, If tho deserter shall be found to bao ci'inmitied any crime or offence, his surrender may bo delayed until Hie tribunal b-foro which bis oase shall be pending shall have pronounced its sentence and such sentence shall havo been carriod into effect. ARTICLE XXVII. The Unitod Slates or Araorlca and the Repub llo of Venezuola, on requisitions made in their name through tho medium ul their lespcume diplomatic and consular agents, shall deliver up to Justice persons who, being charged Willi llio crimes enumerated In tho following article, cnmmltlod within tho jurisdiction ot the requir ing party, shall seek asylum or shall be found within the territories or the other: J'rooided, That this shall bo doi.o only when the fact of tho i nnimls.ioii or the crime shall be so estab lished as lo JuMlly tlielr apprehension and rr m niltmcut for trlaf, it tbo crime bad been i om nnlled iu tbo country w hcru lliu poisons nn ac used shall bo found; in all ot which the tiibiiiMls f ald couuliy shall proceed aid decide according to their own 1 vs. AHTICLK XWIII. Persons sh ill hodolhercd up, atcoiding o the provisions ol this contention, w ho shall ho chaiged Willi any ol tho following crimes, lo ll: iniinler, (including assassination, panl cule, Infanticide, and poisoning;) attempt to commit murder; lape; forgery; the countorft.lt ing or money; arson; robbery with wulenie, intimidation, or forcible entry of an inhabited house: mracv: embezzlomentbviiublluoffioers. or bypersonsblrednrsalaried, to the detriment of tholr emnlovers. when these crimes are suh Ject to infamous punishment. ARTICLE XXIX. On the part ur eauli countrv. the surrender shall be made only by the authority of tho i x- ocuuve mereoi. ine-expenses ot detention and delivery, effected in virtue of the preceding artlclos, Bhall be at the cost of the parly making tbo demand. ARTICLE XXX. ThA rtrnvlclnna ni th. .. r.. .-..! ..-.i-i..- ...w ,.. W..U.W.K. w. .UU ItlUlCtJH nitUJIU. IU- biting to the surrender of fugitive orlmln Us ali, .11 nut linnltr tn nflann.. ..r.. ... 1 1 . .... i.... . . on. .11 !' "f,". -'iltjllt.cn lliluilOlllMl llttluro the dale hereof or to thoso of a political i-h.u acter. ARTICLE XXXI. Tli I a nnni'anllAn la n. ...!.. .1 J C . j " vi-hssiiu in VUUUIUUUU WV UlU lOriU l eintit years, datlriR from tbe exchange ol ihn ii i I rli'il t illlW It III I 41 111 irk Oil linl...tl... ' l - .. j vrti IJCIIIIUIIIU CAIMItt lion of that period neither ot thu continritii x.rtluJ ullull till... un ...a........ I .... ..I I I )ii,..iue diiwi nam OMUUttUUOU, uy till UIIIUil! notification, lis Intention lo tho othor to arrest the operations or said convention, it shall con tinue binding for Iwelio months lunuer. and no on, from year to yoar. until the ojplration-of me iweivo mnnms wnicn will follow a similar declaration, whatover the time at which It may ARTICLE XXXII. This convention shall he submitted on both sldos tn the approval and ratification i,r ihn rospectlvo compolont authorities or each of mo coniracung partlos, an,i mo ratifications shall be oxohanged at Caracts, as euon as cir cumstances shall admit. In faith wloroor, tho rospectlvo plenlpoloii llarles have signed tho aforegoing articles, In the English and Spanish languagos, and they have hereunto ahlcd their snnl. Done in duplicate, jit the city or Caracas, this twenty seventh day of August, in tho year of our i.oru ono m rnsamt olglit hundred and sixty. rnnno de las casas, i.. a.) E. A. TURPIN, l. s.J A' inEREAS tho said treaty has been duly rallllud un both parts, and the rospectlvo rail float ns ur tho samo wore oxchanged iu tho city of Caracas on tho ninth day ot August last: Now, thoroforo, be it knowu that I, Abrauam liUtcou., President of the Unlfod Statos of America, havo caused tho said treaty lo bo mado public, to tho end that tho samo, and every clauso and article thereof, may be ob servod and fulfilled by the United States and Iho citizens thereof. In testimony whoreof, I havo horeunto sot my hand art! caused tho seal or tho United States lo bo a nixed. Dono nt tho city of Washington, this twonty-nilh day ofSoptombor, In the seal. yoar of our Lord ono thousand eight hundrod and sixty-one, and of the Independence oftbo United States tho eighty-sixth. ADHAIIAM LINCOLN. By tho President : William II. Pr-WARn, Socrotary of Stato. 'M' O T 1 C K . BALU OF THE PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE & CHICAGO Ilr virtue of a decreo of the circuit court of Hut Unllia Sta'es for the northern district of Ohio, ln a VnUtB VIHUIVI 1 UltlMU UIrruiU. tlUirCIII iiiiaricB aiurau aim uiiiernrcOTiupifciu:ini!.Rnu luu l'ltUtbursti. Fort Wayne 4. Chlcitiro liallroad Com. paoy aim other are defendant), and pursuant to auxillirv Ufccei uf tbe circuit coarU of the United bt&te for th Wftcrn dUrlctot 1'enn-ylvanU, the district of lcdlatia, &nd tha northern dHtrictot II llnoU, nspectlve y, La caueto depending In chancery In said court respectively, ulicrcln the same parth are compltinanU A.id defendant respectively, as la nam cause nrat ucovo im ouunea, me unaereifneu, John Feraufon aud Thoinad E. alkr. u ffrantcM Intrufttamt ttintce in one of the several deedi uf inut or morigine upon wiuca tan uccieev are founded, and nirioastjtecJalinajter commiMioncn of sua courts retpetE viy, uuiy appointed uy nil courts reepecth ely for that purro-e, will tcll at pyb He miction, to th uiglieit bidder, forcflh,but for not lend than the oum ot MK 000,at tht? UoltedSUtf oourt houre, lit the city of Cleveland, ln the State of uniu,on in) mm ay ui uoiorjtr.A. u. iftni, De twee a the hours of tea o'llock A. M. and four oclotk 1' M. of said day, the fcl'onlotf defcrlbvd property, to wit: The railroad of the rilttbunth, Fort Wayne & Chi cago Railroad Company, Including the right of wjy therefor, thu road bed thereof, the cuperetructare of all xorti t tur on, Iu water and other rtailun hour and uom,aiid the lands and grouuds connected therewith, and all tools aud ImDlements until ormn. vided to bo Lstd thertlo.and liiconstructlog and re pairing oars and intern aery for Mild road, or the track aadsuf erstructuresafortsud, ull turn tabhs all depots and building an! fixtures and structum of whatever nami or nutur,and tbe lard and grounds coLDtctcd therewith, used or provided t? be uitii iii vjwiumik Baiu ifuu luu utifrcing iiicrei) and wherever situate, and all cars, ccgraes.aLd roll lug stock belonglojf lo said company, and all sup nliuj of timber, iuuihr-r. Iron. fuel, and nirv (ihtr t lit g provided by tald conipaules.or by the several original cot panl? which were consolidated into said rituburgh, Fort Wayne and Chkago ra'lroad.to te useu in t-wraiioK saia roa, wnerever situate, or the samn title by which the same ar holde n by said compi.uy,or b said onglual cumranies, eevorally together, with all torporate franchises of taid com pui.audol the raid original companies i trolly, iLcludhg thu right and franchise of said several compauie to bo and act a a corporation, tn be sold as an entirety, baid decrees irovide that the tmrchaser. unon the cmilrinatloiot Ui-jeale tndlull coiupl ance wiUnlte conditio: s I hereof shall hold all .ho property, right!, IranchUts.and thiamrn tenauces thereof posuliLhy the came title by uliich they aro hel 1 by said Htts uurgu.i'uri ttyuv x. jiucugo uaurunt company and each awl ull ol h.u1 original coimmrjitH. fi-tv irom the tkn ol all said mortgages, and free from ull llatility lor any Ui.b'8 against said oilginal ur uuuruiiiijiru vuuij'diiirB, ur inner ui litem, aim fro o) all claims ou account ol uanllal Muck: Luixub jtU,ju?irtfieUn,o III- liens. If any such cxfet.upuii any real estA'i included ln the sale, tor lurch me UMMirf iiicrrui uui iiitiu(.ii uy aij uecrirS Hi LM pstd out of the proceeds ol the sjle or by former orders or die ins to be paldolherise. The right ol wy, depot grounds and lots and lauds in tJa citj and vie ulty of i hicjgii, parchased by ald compny since the pendency ot said suits .and .he bridge prop erty and other lesl estate ol the company at the city ol rilUburgh, urw suthct to mortgage Ih-ns flit fame will be includid In ihe sale, but subject to sild Incumbrances, no provision having bvu made lot the I ay wen l thereof JOHN KKUIS SON, THOMAS h. WAI.ICUK, Trustees, and Master ComniUsl-.iierf, sepoO IOiU4 as aforesaid. DUI'U'l1 tlUAltlKllMASTKll'h OTFICK WaviiiHUTCW. U. C .Oct lu.ibtl. MKAI.KO morOSAUJaMliuJtedat thUoHIco uiiui uuuau i i aii.ii , mr euppmng iny uuar tenuasirr's ikpaitmt.nl with G.ooo tone of liar and 10v,00ObushehofOats ' I he Uav to be good merchantable I mumr, i ut the OAito beagood merchantable urliolt.iut up iu sacks ol about two busheii tuch. hac s to be retained by the Government without extra iliargi Oat to be received by weight, at (j2) thirty two pounds to the bushel All tho hay aud oau to be delivered at the (i ,v eriuoeiit wharf or railroad I'epot In tbiscity, wilhiu (.w) thirty daya after mutton the contract I lie proposals 10 bo lu separate vmcliH I hore lor hay, lo be marked 1'roposals for llay'thon. foroiti, " Trojosals for Oat " Ail tube directed toUolouel U II Uluum. Depot ijuartermailer, ttu'hlnglon, D C. Noproponal will bo tntcilslned whUh bricehed alter the wading of the bids his been commented, nor will any bid be comdrtend util m the parties are prestut, or represented by an aut'i rized agtnt or attorney. Uoodand sufficient sccur.ly, with bond.c .will be required. ? Kvery bidder must give liU full addrtss, with either the number of his uoum, place ot butlneits, or I O box Iho undendgmd reserves the right to Mitt till bldn that he tay consider to high U 11 HUtiKhlt, oct 10 dlOcl2l Quartennwter and Colobtl 1 II E OUKAT UU.SU TO AllMH IlAb . caused BMiril to ruh North and tetdenUh hi. stock of rail and Winter Clothing, which he offers at remarkable low prices, at No 4U)Seveuth strict opposite Fost Office. oct 3 liu TVWIOAIMI IIWIOAIrVS! -)rM Ii ar il .vuirw i.i xll LI...L .il ..it I... .v V ' "-- p""" vi . ivttiiug , iiuuig. i a npes l.iirijl I !ln., MiiiM, llu. Collin, HuH.nnil Cans' at Mill IIS, Nu iM t-tutMitli (lrt. onWile .t "'1?l '',." ."' '; hu "w tock t,f l.xid, hiu u i I Kk (nil dt uatilnl.liin.i Ir... . . . ,- ., ... DV, . -j rv...niMMK WW imV OCt f lm lrKAUUUAUTKllB LOU SJ I4ITII 1 , IL Hats aud CaDs.No.av) sv,. -. . . ,' ,u,rMtodi. - "iJJV.i'i" GOVERNMENT ADV'TS. H KAUatlAllTRHl Hptiii' u, a. MAUinit UOBI'B, QtunTiRiiABTi, Orriu. lVAAhlmrtrin fl.fiimK. -feat 1 HKALEDrnOroSALH,rorchcli.pirtlr, will be rewired at IM offlM tinUI 12 o'clock M. ol trcdnrtdar, ioth of Nov.taDer atxt, for farnlihlng to the Unlltd Slnlcj Marine Corn, durlnv th. Y..r IMS, the following tapnilM, to be delivered at the oiace of the AmliLDt Quartermuter ol the corw, fhlliirtclphla, renna;lra. la, fre of expenie to the """Tn oi.trn, .n tucit qaauuuee aa mar irom lime to lltr.c be ordered, rlz . Ci.No t. 11,000 yaribi of Bkjr Blue Keraer.all wool, free fr.m hair, M lnchea wide, to weigh iJ oanoca lo the yard, (lndi.-o wool dyed ) (1,000 jrardaUark Blue Ke-aey, all wool, free from hair, tl Incbea wide, to walih il ouccea to the rard. (IndUo wool dyed.) J,000 yarda Ilark Dine Twl'.lrit Cloth, all wool, for ualform coata, (Indio wool-drtd,; (4 lnchea wide, to neigh 22 ounceapcr yard. 1b' Tardicf Stiarlet f.tolh. .11 vnnl u.l.l..l. dyed,) (4 InchM wide, to weigh 10 ouncea per yard. CiU No. 2. 8.000 Tarda pf SI Dark Illtie Vl.nnl fnp m... rack, all wool, (Indigo wool dyed,) 6 Inch wlde.to n ,ipu lit uuiiiwi uci riiru, 10 coo yard, of 3 4 Dark Blue Flannel, for ablrtj, all wo:l,)lndl(0 wool dyed ) 27 lnchea wide, to weigh 0, ouncea per lard. 1 290 Gray Blanketa, all woo', to weigh four pound each, with latter ' U. S. H." in black, four lnchea long to the cenUej to bet feet lot and 6 ftet wide, aud free from grcaae. 0,niK)palrof Woolen Bocka, three aixea, properly made ol good fleece wool, with double and twlitul yarn, to weigh three pounds per dozen pair., free from greaae. Clim No. S. C.OOO yarda White Uien for I'anU,80 lndm wide, lo weigh 13 ouncea rer yard. 10,000 yarda While Linen for Shlita, SO lnchu wide, lo weigh 11 ounc.a per yard 10 000 yarda Caaton Flannel for Drawen, 27 lnchea wide, to weigh 7 ouncea par yard. Cusa No. 4, 1,000 Uniform Caps, complete, (except Fompona.) 1 600 1'omDOoa. roil u'finttrrf. h.ll ah...,l a In.!... ln clrcumlcrcnce. 3,000 Failgue Capo, (with corera) to be made of blue cloth, ludlgo wool dyed. Clasj No. ft. wo Orosa Coat llntlons, (Eagle.) 403 Urosa Jacket Ituttona, (Eagle.) inoOroiw Veat lluttona, (Eagle ) 1.609 Fairs Yellow Mel.l Cr.acenta and Kt.l Strapa. u oeiia bpauieue isuuion lor Bergeants ana(;or porala. ..uvu netta cpauteiie xtuutou lor A rivaiea, 60 Hed Wonted Sothea U.VI0 yarda of Ytllow Rinding. 1M yarda of lted Cord. loo Sworda for Sergeants. 60 Swords for musicians 60 Urunu, lienor,) complete. 60 Drum Slings 200 Hatter Drum Ilcada. 60 Snare Drum Htada. 100 Drum Cords. 100 belts of Drum Snares. ICO Uoxwood " 11 " 1'ifea. Class No. 6. 10,009 Fain Army Hoots, (Infantry pattern ) Class No. 7. I,av Cartridge Boxes. 1 200 Bayonet Scabbards. 1,2 jo Fercuaalon Cap Fouchca. 1,-joo Cartridge Box Belts. 1,200 BayoLCt Belts. 1.00 Wal.l Belt. l.SK) Waist Flatta. l.joo Breast Flatea. 'J60 Sword Froga. Clau No. 8. 1,200 Knapsacks. GOO Haversacks. f00 Cantcena. 003 Muaket Slings. Clam No. 9. For making and trimming the following article a. Til . ' Watch coats; sergeants', coraorala', musicians', and privates' uniform and fatigue coals; woolleu and Horn pauls, flannel and linen shlris.drawera, flaunt 1 packs, and red and blue jacketa lor boye. , Tbe above-mentioned article must conform, w all rtiptcti, to the sealed standard patterna In the office ol the UuaiUnnaaler Marino Corfu, Marine Bar racka, s.uiugion.D. C ; Aslstaai Uusrtermatter, ulB-je Marine Corpo, 1,220 Spruce slr.et. l'uitadel lhla;and at the Marine buttons, Brooklyn, New York, and Boston. Staasachnsetis. whera ih.v l, examined AlU whenever Uie articles named above, or any portlen or them, shall be considered as not fully oou forming toaainplca,they will be rectel,andlheoon ti actor will be bound to furnish others of the re quired Vial at liiov. or the Quarlermaiur will sup ply the ileflctencT al tbe exi-ente of the contractor. l'ayment will he made upon the accepted delir ery uf the whole tiuantlty which may from time to time beoitlered, wllbliotdlng ten percent ftomtbe payment of account renden d under tlrst Older, until second order Is filled, and ten per cent, from account rcudered under second order until third order is lilted, aud fu on, uutll contract is completed. Each proposal rou.t be accompanied by the follow lug guaruutec torn of Gunraniit Thcuidtrrigntd, , of In the Stale ot ,aud , In tbe b'ale of , licrtby guarantee that in case the foregoing- bid of fur supplies as above do.tnOtd, be acceited, he or they will, within ten days after tin. r.itpltit itf III. riinlr. t at tliu mut nfltnm ...... exemtc the contract lor tbe same Hiih good and .ultlcitut tciurllles stul in case the aald . tiitau i.ii lo euier Into contract, aa aioresald, we gttaruiitte to make fwd tlie tliilerence between the oiler or tlie said and that whlcli may bo acccptid A 11, Uuarantor C D, Uuarantor Il F, Wllnc-a .18fl. 1 beriLy certify tttut Uie above Lamed are kitoHnto me as men il frojierty, ar..i able to ninVc goml thilr guarantee (1. H To be rlgoetl by ib? United Stulea District Judge, United Slates District Attorney, or Collector No projiosal will be considered unless accompanied by the aboro guarantte Newspapers autbonred to publish the above will sen ' ihcpaiir containing the llrst Intertiou to this Olllcc for examination. I lie btdiltr. plao or business, or manufaoiurlt a ielablMiiiiviit, luu t be ape, Ideally ttatid In the prutmeai, '11.0 above list of atlicles 1. believed to be Hlmiit tbv iiuititttly of each article Hut will be required tluriLg the year, but tbe (JuartermaatcricaervtM thu right uf ordering a greater or lebs quantity, should Ilii'inttrcMi of liicstrvlcoreqube it rrupoptii iu oe ernorMU tut ine enveioite " rro lie.ais for Suiplii lor alarlut. Coroa for 1862." .ml addrvwrd to Major V M II SLACK. eep 2S guar triuasler M C , Washington, D. C ri'HK l.MON WILL. KTANO, x nil jmiikk WHO'S rRKBIDENI'l ConHC'iuently. I shall remain in Wa.hin.tnn .rt antiitue to pursue my occupation of HOUSE, SION, AND ORNAMENTAL a-I A I W T IN O-Itaj OlLDiNO In all IU branch! Old UI.AZ1NQ I," mi'ily attended to Fainting and Oriiimnitlng collage t uruiture, tn the beat atyle I al vail at Uotlon to the 1'alntli.c ol Itoofs aud Brick Walls. ai. uie aDove l wllldouolieapasllieineapeal I Iheielore eollclt the patronage ot mrl'ieudian lellow cliliena of the District 1'unctuallly atrlctly observed, and work done iu I lie best manner. iou will please mind your slopa, ana nop al M. T FAUKEU'S Fainting tUbllshment, No. S3 Lou slsna avenue (uorth aide), between Sixth aud Seventh street P S Slgna put up tree of charge, u usual, UOV2H JiHC ICK(,I'IV1U, unc or the Inrgest Hiitka il m w wifl la-tUiomble ClotlUtit ervr oi iffiLliii UaWiiiatou, which mutt b sold within t ufxtihiny dayi.to male room lor winter goods, t't-rsoiia wftntlof Clothing, rolsblng uoodt, I runks, Hat .t aud Cap, should call ob. aj now U I he time lor biimalni. at No. 460 tiavenlii atiMt. 0D- poltfl A0dt Offloi. OCt 8 lm T