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THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE.
27 m ? I ft Is !'!.' fo S.j. I': u y i Jr Ei fe "Passing Away." A lady in Dakota Territory sends us a beautiful notice of the departure from earth nf a noble man. The account, at once so touching, will, we know, be appreciated by many a brave and true soldier: L. B. HOPKINS. We I o record anothor Twain's Wondorful Horso. "Gentlemen, this liorso of mine was tough-bitted, and he wont so fast that I had to guido him by oleetrioity had to have wire lines and koep a battery in the wagon all the time in order to stop him." "Why didn't you stop him by hollering who-a?" I asked. "Stop him by hol loring who-a I Why, I could n't holler loud enough to make that horse hear mo. lie traveled so fast that no sound over reached him from behind. He went faster than tho sound, sir. Holler who-a, and he'd he in tho next town before tho sound of your voice could roach tho dash-board. 'Travel fast ?' I should sav ho could. "Why, I once start- ficing lover of his country, and a martyr in tho cause of i cd from Virginia City for Meadow Creek right in front of human rights. Then, again, it is sad to think of tho one of tho most droadful rain-storms wo over had on the manner of his death. Mr. Hopkins was a brave defender ' Pacific, Coast. 'Wind and rain?' Why, tho wind blow 1 1 11 nit 41- t t lA 11 1 L. 1 I M UIOYO jdgo you of war, this poor man, alert to his country's agonizing call got drenched? " " Drenched ? No, sir 1 What did 1 keep regret exceedingly to bo called on to roc instance of Time's devastations, and refer again to tho sad death of Brother L. J3. Hopkins a poor man, to bo suro, but no less a good citizen, a kind hither, a scll-sacn oi jus country; ami wiuui manvwno aro iiowt.uoooioochoi winny nines un nuur. anci i.no nun iun m mhuuis. j. ridiculous oulogy, wore making themselves rich and pow-, right before that storm for throe hours just on tho c orful at homo in security and peace, far from tho dm oi unit Hurricane and rain lor lorty miles. "Didn t enlist or accept promotion, or was so transferred ; nntl no bounty ahull bo paid to any soldlor discharged on tlie application or at tho request of parents, guardians, or other persons, or on tho ground of minority. Sko. . That every petit Ion or application for bounty made under tho provlslonfloft1ilsuotsha.il dlsoloso and Btato specifically, under oath and under tho paltia and pcnaKlcs of perjury, wiiat amount of bounty has boon paid undor tho provisions of nny united States laws to tho non-commissioned olllccr, musician, artificer, wagonor, or private soldier, sailor, or marine by vrhom or b.v whoso repre sentative the claim Is made. Sue. '. That any attorney or agent who Hhnll icccivc from any claimant a sum greater than ten dollars for tho prosecution of any claim under tho provisions of this net, upon conviction thereof, shall pay a lino not to exceed ono thousand dollars, or Imprison, mentforaterm not less than one year, or both, as the court or .jury may adjudge, and shull forever thereafter he excluded from proseeut lag claims of any nature whatsoever against the Govern ment of tho United States. Sue. 7. That it shall not bo lawful for any soldier to transfer, assign, bartnr, or sell his discharge, final statement, descriptive list, or other paper, for tho purpose of transferring, assigning, bar tering, or soiling any interest in any bounty undor the provisions of this act. And all such transfers, assignment, barters, or sales heretofore made aro lioroby declared null and void an to any rights unonMCH to oo so convoyeu uy any shod sooner. for help from her patriotic sons to presorve the life of the nation, was at tho front lighting his country's battles, and suffering daily more than a martyr's hardships. This poor but noble man came to his death at last in an asy that fast horse for ? of that rain storm. shine on mo, or loan backwards and feel rain ami catch hail-stones. Whon tho hurricane slacked up, the horse lum, far from the pricoloss sympathies of a wife's undy- slacked up too, and when it blow faster I just said 'Gifc lugdovotion, or a sou's manly affectionate care; bereft of upr to the Horse and touched the battery, and away no that God-given reason that over is tho bright lamp of tho weut. Now, 1 dou't want to lie about my horso, and I soul, but especially oucht to bo so in the oxiririne mo- don't ask you to believe what I say, but I toll you truthfully ments of life's fitful fover. Mr. IToplriiis1 disease was superinduced by tho effects of dry as powder. Not a drop of rain on the wagon seat dior, sailor, or marii a blow on the temple by the rebound of a brokeu cable oither, white the wagon box was level full of hail-stonos JjfJ" SvS years Vn that snapped asunder whon drawing in a steamer in Gov- and water. , ornment service, at Ship Island, Louisiana, ho beiug head Wagon-master of tho division under General Butler at New Orleaus. This sad accident, received in his coun try's service, caused a derangement of the mental facul ties, and. no doubt, by the depressing cares of want of work and poverty, so sore to bo borne by noble and mde Skc. H. 'Hint in anv Piisn whom n tinrsnn otiHHnil to rnc.filvo nn.v. Why, 1 tell you, I drove right in front mont of bunnty under tho provisions of this act shall make appll- I COUld leail forward and lot the SUn uiim.ni murmur, or wiiuroBueii application miii.ii on 7iiauo uy uiu juujjuj. u.)iubuiiuuiv ui muuii jhtsuu, u u i UK uuuuiicuu, mm liiu ma- charge of such person has been lost, it shall be competent for tho accounting olllcors to receive, in Hon of the actual productlon.of such discharge, proof of tho actual loss of the same, and sooondary proof of Us Issue and eontcnts, together with proof ol tho Identity of the claimant or person deeeased, under such rules defining tho character and form of the ovidencoas tho Secretary of the Treasury shall prescribe. Si:c. !. That no adjustment or nay mont of any claim of any non commissioned ollicor, musician, artificer, wagoner, or private soU uior, snnor, or marine, or ins proper roprosontativo, undor uie pro-' snail oe made, unless tne application ic uicu om the passage of the same. that whon I got to Meadow Creek my linen duster was A Mule's Wonderful Trickery. "Speaking about mules,"' remarked a six-footer in Ar kansas, as ho cracked his whip at market, "I've got a mule at home that knows as much as I do, and I want to hoar pendent natures, brought about his death, as has been al-' somebody say I'm half a fool." No one swd so, and he ready referred to. May ho rest in peace. , ni n: . vc f d aTl;0Um! horr T1 l"?avd mcn blovr i I about kicking mules till I'm disgusted. When you come ".Let not ambition mock their useful toll. Their homely joys, their destiny obsoure, Nor grandeur near, with a disdainful smile. Tho short and slmplo annals of thepoor. A Bill for tho payin nt of claims for horses used in tho scrviee o tho United States. Introduced by Mr. Plumb, of Kansas. Tic it enacted by the Scuttle and House of Representatives of the United Slates of America in Congress assembled, That tho proper accounting olllcors of the Treasury shall audit all claims for horses used in tho service of the United States during tho lato war by tho first, second, and third regiments of Indian soldiers, sometimes styled Indian Homo Guards ; and that whenever evidence shall be furnished that said Indian soldier? furnished horses for the service which were used In tho service, under ordors of the commanding officer In charge of them, and have not been paid for the- same, the accounts presented and authenticated shall bo allowed for service rendered at the rate of twenty, fivo cents por day for use; and whon Too Smart for the General. i down to kicking I want to het on my mule. A friend came along and took dinner with me the other day, and, as he ! scorned a little down-hearted, I took him out to see Thorn- , a horso shall bo proven to have boon killed, or used in the service .... T- IV. l i .. -r in ... it. 1 .... .1... . i. i a... t. .. . i .. . , ... i. .. .. t.i a. , ' 18 .ju-uursuu. liiv cuummon mine, i was ceiiiurr ma truuu , u .iu n nun u uu iiiuiuuoucu or iosi. mat. on eviuuuuu, mu uuwm man how that mule would Hop his feet around : and he opM11'?. a.,"0..!'i" ,l! !l"?.?vJ? r?r.!??LrSlT3?lVL Sf 1PS?0A i lied passed ins and that such claims maybe presonted. and shall, on proot.be uuiiucm .urn nuiu io too soiuier so lurnisuuig. iu ins nuira. or meir attorney for tliem. ; said he would like to seo a httlo tun. . - . - . - - ... .. i 1 in. n.. n iv . ii i. The celebrated Kussian goneral ALirslial buwaroi, was ; wnoie me m uio ooucn, otic nact never seen a muic lay uis fond of practical jokes. Ho would go about his camp in soul into a big time at kicking. Well, I took Thomas out dissruiso. and amiiso himself with craekimr iokes with tho of the stable, backed up against a hill, hit him a cuff on -, , ,- -. .. common soldioi-s. On ono occasion ho mot his match. the ear, and we stood by to see amusement. It was a Onn lYrtnviiirr winl-ni. i,iVUf lnvuwr flwi BnocnToUinn .nii t'OOd IllafiO to (1ft lllK risil'lldfiKr,. nilfi what HO VOll SUUlinfiO llG nicrn nf i7S0 ti,o m innJimi u-aA ,,, p.,q!hi nf. did? In ton liiinutcs bv fcho witp.li Iir wiifs out of slffhL In Bfit eiMctedbu the Senate undJIoute tJ...0- y. -...,, u..w vrv. ....xu.vx, -i-"w Ua.w J..V.UWX.... v, .. u - - v,,,1'.,, . ,T , , " i umiefi mates oi America in congress as posts incomuto. after his wonted iasluon, came suddenly , nve more wo coumnc ieei mm witn a rweivo-iooc poie, Indian who is a resident of the Snntcc rosen nnnn n .wnnfrv nocfnrl nn flm mn-ti tV i.hn clouts virhvn nnrl and and ' Thov veiled and sneered, and the narratjr Nebraska, or of tho Sisseton reservation, in nvnen f !. f.,n c p 4-i.A ut i.;nv Tn.,nw,r w;n ' Ti,n ' looked arminrl and nnlrnfl. "dnes nnvhnriv HiinlcT'iii lviim? koti, or of Peoria Hottpni and Huhboju 0 uai'uai'1' "u tl1" wwy i 1uuu1nw5u.u1u.uj ul. i-uv, - "," -,.""" . :;': . . v J , J : . liaicota Territory who is tne lieaa ol a lamliy. quick-eyed Russian at once recognized his commander, 1 woum 1 lie lor one rouiei' Kiglit Hero unaor my arm is a ' at tho ago of twenty-ano years, may, under A Hill to allow certain Indians to enter homesteads from lands occupied b y them. Introduced bylr. Dawes, of Massachusetts. of Representative t of the semotca xnar every ration. In tho State of the Territory of Da- reek, near Port Sully, or wuo nas arrived the direction of the but cleverly feigning unconsciousness, continued to pace , pound of tallow candles which are to light the hole for to S?owry of the interior, enter a homestead und . ., (in, 00 ' i ' irn in ftftnr Thnmiw inrl T rnf wmvl not ni hnnr nan tlmt, provisions of tho homestead act, from the lands atoresald, whether up and down. go m.a" nomas, ana I got oict noc an noui ago tnax; tho reservation has been made by treaty, or by Executive order, or 11 Halloo, brother ! ' cried Suwarof, assuming the tone the hind foot ot a mule was sticking out ot a lull 39 miles by act of Congress: Provided, That all selection of such lands by and manner of a common soldier, "you seem to be haviug j ns a bird Hies from where my mule went in. I'm shaky . SiUl""0 miC3"SJ10s a good look at the stars : can you tell me how many there on religion, gentlemen, but our family never had a liar in SXn&lSi& StSSts'SaVHSS it. arc of them?" To his no small dismay, the soldier coolly answered, "Just hold on a minute, and I'll count ; " and forthwith ho began, "One, two, three, four," and counted, quite gravely, up to a thousand. leu lon mo ariMimeticai sentinel round iiimsou promc rank of corporal, and was complimented by Suwarof in the presonce of t.he whole army as " tho only man who had ever been too smart for him.' She Thought" She Knew: The passengers in the sleeping coach were just dozing y--T ttfltrhit Lmnflimr- fvflrri "- At this point, as the ready-reckoner showed no signs of i ""J, f) ;"", ,v tving oil', the general, nearly frozon with standing so, ,VW . ,i0W ?i , j in the cold, made a hasty retreat : but next morning i , "imb " LUt5lu1' ll?umtM . -. ....'- M -1 . . :i. 1:11. 111:111 iriiiii nix iiiiiiiii iifiM.n. '- i'ii t-rri t f t-rt "-w -. -,---..--. -. ..--(w. w.v-. . aboard I " growled bet a hundred dol lars none of us can got a wink of sleep to-night." Wow wowl whined the child. "There he goes again," growled the fat man. "I never travel but I run aoross some ouo's offspring." 41 Who's that talking'.' ' called the mother of the child, in a loud voice. u Mo I ' answered the fat man. ' Why didn't you either leave that child at homo or stay at homo yourself? '' "Are you talking to mo'1 " demauded the woman. " Yes, ma'am, I am ! 1 say it is a shame to briug a sick child into a sleeping car to disturb twenty or thirty people." "Aro you a father? '' she a? Iced. "No, 1 hain't." "Nor a mothor? " she continued. XAU UilV .Irlll. " Well, sir, " she taid, as she poked her tweon the curtains, "when you have been head out bo- the mother of How Pete Eaised A Salary. The Methodist clergy, though they may save thousands I of souls, I fancy have but indifferent success in saving thousands of dollars. In most parts of the country their ' salaries range from ono hundred to five, with donations, ! and on those sums they frequently are compelled to sup- J port a wife and half a dozen children. A dominie, belonging to the church, named Collius, used i to preach at Decatur, 111,, and how to make tho most of his quarterly payments required as much thought as the ', subjects for his discourse. i Mr Collins kept a horse, and an old darkey, named Pete ! Madison, attended to nun and did otnei minister's premises preacher, just boiov Tr t- . to .joint muuor s uutcuer snop ana oritur uu steak for dinner. In the course of half an hour, tho negro started on his errand, but upon requesting three pounds of meat from the butcher, ho was proremptorily rofused. "Your master can have no more out of my shop till ho rm c,nA i-n,. i,,,,. . . ,i i t n pays me about twelve dollars that ho owes me," Lid the , ,, 10 tollowing; bills have been introduced in 0 the vendor. ; t.u Congress, just assembled, Gen. Logan's ftqual- Tho negro was sorely disappointed, and started home-1 ization Bounty J) ill being one of tbe number, was ward. On his way baok he concluded to drop iuto his mas-1 road twice, and referred to the Committee on Mili tor's church. Ho hud never hoard Sir. Collins proach, and fnw- A iyv . .. M.Mii.. 1. .. ....... . .1 v,v.' v...i.-. liill to etjualiselthti bounties of soldiers, sailors, and marfaes ' of the late tear for the Union. Introduced by lUr. Logan. . .1. .. .. . -. 1 1- X.1 ( -T --- ...,--,, . . f .W.V ..v.. enures uuouc rno ! i i.:ij..., ,,i r,.f ,.:!. :.,..,.. i:,i ;.. ..;.. . it was Sunday morning, and the 1 ri.fnrftn s4hnfo vimiMi hTi c.n f.i,i.- vau bnnw x-nnv nwn e going to church, told Pete to crodown i i,0:MU 1 nA.fi.- t i,,. ...; i ,t n,., i,k,. n.nf.. '--., I UUiJlllUOO. L UAlliltV X IVHUU IUI11U ItlVL It. LlilllU L1 J tTtlillLO some boet- .,. 1..1 i... .:.. 1.., j ;. ' thereon as in other eases according to law. Sko. U. These reservations shall be opeu for entry to Indians only for ten years from tho date of the passage of this aot. And at the expiration of ten years from tho passage of tlds act any part of such reservation, the title to which is vested in the tribe, as may remain undisposed of by homestead entry, may bo sold with the consent of a majority of the adult members of tho tribe, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior. The proceeds thereof shall be hold by tho Tnlted States as a trust fund, tho Interest of which shall be applied for tho boneilt of the tribe, for the support of public schools or other beneficial purposes. Sec, 8. Whouovor any such Indian shall have perfected his home stead title, he may become a. citizen of tho lulled States on taking tho oath to support the Constitution of the Cnlted States. And any such Indian shall be entitled to his distributive sharo of all annuities, tribal funds, lands, and other property, the same as though he had maintained his tribal relations. Si:o. 4. To encourage tho Increase of such civilized Indian com munitles. all tho lauds on tho east side of the Missouri river, In Dakota Territory, now withdrawn from public entry by Executive order, shall be reserved for ten years for homestead entry by Indi ans alone. Skc. 5. Tho provisions of this act may extend to any other reser vation occupied by Indians, within tho bounds of the Territory of Dakota or tho State ol Nebraska whenever, in tho judgment of the Secretary of the Iuterlor, the occupants of said reservation may bo so far advanced In civilization as to require it: Provided, That In such casos the period of ton years named herein for which said lands are to bo hold for special entry shall begin from the date of the olllcial order extending these provisions to such reservation. Sko. 6. The title to lands acquired by any such Indians under the homestead laws shall bo subject to alienation or incumbrance, elthor by voluntary conveyance ov tho Judgment, decree or ordor of any court, for a period of ten years from the date of the patent issued therefor. to howl, he's roiug to do it.' 1 - -r 3VTew Military Bills. then there was a possibility ho might have a chance to speak to lhe minister about tle meat. So ho slipped al most unobserved into the church, and took a seat in a cor ner. Brother. Collins was preaching at tho time, llu was referring to various scriptural authors to confirm his views. Pretty soon he rais d his eyes, and, looking in tho direc tion of Pete, (though doubtless ho did not seo him,) ho said: "Now. what does .lohn suv'.1 What dons .Tnlm snv?" Up iumned Poto instaiitor and exclaimed "John snvs dnr, timo wiuoh such non-commissioned oiilcor, musician, artificer, wot you owes him." ' ami tho ninth day of May, olghtoon hundred and skty-ilve." And ImWiiiQ thfi p.onstornatinn of m-oanhnr ami nnimmmitlnn 1 tho Pulsions of this act bhull extoml to all s Idlers who wore - t -,-... -.....v.... at these words. All eyes wore directed at tho could not at all understand why he should bo of so much attention for answering a simple question Be it enacted bp the Senate and House of Jienresentatlves of (he United States of America in Connress assembled. That thuru snail uo auowoa ami paul to oaoh and ovory non-commissioned olllcer, musician, artificer, wagoner, and private soldlor, sailor, and marine, who faithfully served as suoh lu tho mllltnrv service of tho united btates, who has been honorably dlsoharged from such sor vloo, tho sum of eight and ono-thlrd dollars a month for all tho j A Bill fur tho relief of certain persons loeutlnjr homesteads upon 1 tho public- lands. Introduced by Mr. Davis, of Illinois. lie U enacted by the Senate and House of Jiepr'scnlative of the United Stales of America in Congress assembled, That tho mem bers of tho Chicago Soldiers1 and Citizens' Colony, or persons Avho may hereafter become members of said colony, who havo made, or shall hereafter make, homestead selections under section twenty three huudred and four of the Revised Statutes of the United States, and file declaratory statements therefor, shall bo allowed two years from the date of filing Mich declaratory atutiments wlthiu which to make their entries and take up their actual resi dence upon land to selected. Skc, 2. That tho members ol the said Chicago Soldiers' and Clti zeus' Colony, or persons who may hereafter become members, not entitled to make entry under the said section twenty.three hundred and lour of tho Kovlscd Statutes, but who desire to make entry under the existing homestead or pre-emption laws, shall bo enti tled to make selections and file declaratory statements therefore through an agent or attorney, and shall bo allowed two yours from the date of filing suoh declaratory statements In whfoh to take up their actual residences upon tho land selected, and make ovory non-commissioned j entry thereof. g skc. v. isaou person ucsiring io avail nunseit or uorseii of tne provisions of this net shall file, or causu to bo filed, in tho register's otlkv for the district in which the land Is situated, with his or her declaratory .statemout, a certificate, duly executed by the proper officer of the said Chicago Soldiers' aud Citizens' Colony, showing that surh person is a member of said colony; ami Ciioh person olninf lng the benefits of this aot shall improve and cultivate, or cause to be Improved and cultivated, of the tract so selecto t and filed on, not les than five uoros within the first year after filing his or her dominie sat down for a moment, he was so confused, but quickly aroso and remarked: "JJrethron, what that poor negro said about my indebtedness when ho interrupted my discourse is entirely true. I have found it impossible to support my family on my salary, even with tho olosest economy, without going intodebt,"nnd the old mau's eyes appeared ready to sutluso with tears The church sorvico was olosod promuturoly, and there-, after the minister, elders, and many loading members hud ; a conversation. A, goneral mecthur was resolved on, to be hold on "Wednesday evening, and there it was decided to raise tho minister's salary two hundred dollars. So the butcher's and other bills wore soon paid, and Poto 1 was presonted with a now winter overcoat for his success 1 in raising tho minister's salary even in his peculiar stylo. ' niUSroreU into tllO Snrvien 01 tllO I nttlil Stntnu . nm irnrn miKclat-i.rl , snfil ilnrtlnrntrtrv (.tMtotiif.nt n.inl ultiill ittiiirnvn 11111! nnlMvurn ii negro. Ho j clothed, and paid by the Government of tho United States. ' ' , cause to bo Improved and oultivated, not less thau ten acres In wi the subject. 1 Skc- - 'l,"t n ease of tho death, either botoru or after tho pas. ditlon thereto, within two years after filing such declaratory state MMin ! 8;l ,,,w aol ot any suoh non-commissioned officer, musician- mont; and proof oi compliance wuh tho requirements of this bcc- . XilU llKltllll.II. It'll .... ..-. .-i..n... I7ll1.ll,,.. .,..11.... .-. ... 1 it. . ..1 It.... 1...,1 1... I 1 I . ....I.. ... K.. I ,,-,.. ...1 1... .1... ,-W 1. imimvji, iiuKuiiui. ot iMiviHu aumiui, oiumr, ur uiiiruiu. iiiuuuow- mm oiiiiii uo iiiuuu. uuuur josiriiu'iiuiio io mb j-auvn iv luu vjyuimis-. 11 11(H) ami Ull.Vnil'Ilt slilill hit llllllin til ills wlilnw IC glut Iv.m nut m married, or if thoro be no widow, or she has remarried, then to the minor child or children of such iloceased non-commlssloned officer, musician, artliloer, wagoner, or private soldier, sailor, or marine. Skc. 0. That in computing and ascertaining tho bounty to be Paul to any non-commissioned eflioei. mils o an. nrtltieer. wnuoner. ! or private soldlor, sailor, or marlue, or to his nroner ronresenta. I seven. twenty.oJirht. twonty-nlno thirty, thirtv-ono. and thlrtv-two ( 4fin nnrliiH th.k vkHovifftlkkK -. llr ..k i. 1. .. t. ,Ai k- t,t.... .. ! k .t fc b. J, i t.' . . . 1 1 i.tt ... ... .. .. l -. . . -..... - . vw, miui iiiu uuibivjiis ui im uui, mure gull!! ,uo ueuuuiuii nusi ui uiu hi.mu principal uturuwau, 111 mo rune 01 ivausas: ami ' an the lamls wlttun sale townships and ranges not outlined or on- sionor of the Goneral Inand Oillce. to tho satisfaction of the rcglstor of the proper lulled States land office, buforo the entry shall be allowed. Sko. 4. That the provisions or thi. act shall ho confined to the lands lying in townships numbered nine, ten, oleven. twelve, and uurioon soutn,ot ranges mimucreu tweuiy-uvo, iwenty.si.v, twenty,- thcrofrom anv and all bounties alreadv imiIiI muinv tun urnvisfmis of any United States laws. Sko. 4. That no bounty undor the provisions of this act shall bo P'lld to or on account ot any soldier who Mrved as a substitute in tho Army, or who was a captured prisoner of war at tho time of Id onustniunt, nor lo any one who was discharged, on his own appli cation or request, for ether cause than disability iueurroil In tho sun-loo, prior to tho nineteenth day of April, elghtoen hundred and slxty.five, unless such discharge was obtained with a view to ro.enllstmcnt, or to acoept promotiou In the milttarv or naval sor vice of the United States, or to bo transferred from one branch of themllltar.N service to anothor, and suoh person did aotuallv re. terod liv linv nintnlinr of suit! Cllluauro Nnlillrrrf' 11ml IHtfanna' Hnl. onvelmll be and remain subject to entry by other parties under existing houiostead and pre-emption law's. Skc. 5, That members of tho Chicago Soldiers' ami Citizens' Colony who havo heretofore filed, or caused to bo filed, declaratory statements within any ol satd townships and ranges undor existing laws, and whoso time for making entry undor suoh filing has ox plred, shall bo entitled to the benefits of this act, upon filing now declaratory statements, elthor tor tho tracts originally olaimod by them, or li adverse claims have attached thereto, thou for such other tracts as they may select. 14 " i !v vt if W, i j, l! S 111