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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1602. ,'.'
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jcnm Injun 'smith; aYayeV.
k WILLIAM HHANK, leeurifer.
' joitir nt-itu:r; " '
VrfWt ilrtk,4-V. II. WtMdirvni Aj V. -'Vimker,
ud'Jau.ni K. HwlJ. '' i'" 1 in Jl I
Merit elAe Afiirlei John ')jtiuilitoy, -l.v, Ort;.
Jul U Ryan,i"und i atid'john Kodifirk, third. "
To A.ir Wilhiu Prlver. " l.'.y.'.1
Uwmm CnlliKtorK- U. Klmuklaud.
WiiMr Tn Cvllctr K. B tiarrelt
Trmmrtr R. Fiafy, "
IConr Maitrr Tliomn Ivaki!.
qwfcrfl ' trilr.-J. Q. "ii.
Hvfm mltmUnl of Uii Wttrr rVerAa JaBn-a Wyiill. ,
V ' Weenrfmene JidiU M. flealiury.
tiatim of (he ieery T. II . Mi-Undo, i
Nrwl lMif-J, L. . i ,. . .
Viig llfnraej, Jnlm Mrl'luill Hiullll. .
Uoanl o itMwwmi "M. M. Hrlea, PreenVnl ; J. .
New man. d. A. J. Vjrlh.Ul, H.ll. fteorol, Wm 1 ClicW
ham, J. (; tlinilli, M 1. I.. ( Uih.iiirf, t.1 Jan. KkIjV.
(Vnim',m Ouiik il W . V. Jon 'l, TrMlilnin ', Tl1ltm
Kutii-tU, T. J. Yarbr'iuuli, Wm Privw, Wm. t-'Uwrt,
.otnniiiiri, w. Mulllm, Jib Tumor, U.M. Siialh
kAw, A. J, OIf Jm. Iihvh, Andrew Amlunoo, J. H.
,' pTAMJimi (mmhittrhk iiw Tilt ritf ('n srii,.
rfwrwi--Kniiwl, !ivil nd (!Mo.
H'ii- Hull Audi, Smith nd Clallmrnc,
Nayllnlil,, i'hulhiini niK'lnilirn.
H A.it Newman, Stowart nd Turnrr. '
;;.). J.iiini, May flolrl nd HIuhu. ,; .
co)ft-Ciihiim, Myfl"ldna Kcwlf.
'ir Itrytutmma Cfi-mljr, PrlriT nd Newman.
Uut 4lrii.'r,C'bnHil ul lavl.' .
CWIf-y milh, I'tfwurt ud Nm.
Mai Lit Humu nuberU,Kiwrt and Toruor. ,
Uimh, CiaklHiriia uid Jvi. ,
I'oUci Clirklliain, Drliu and Anclfraon ,'.
ktyrimy IliHitin, l.'lftib'iruo and Brien, ('
Wurkkimtt liealhalll, Maylhdd oud Knuwl.
Impnttmnlt mid IVj.widiftifM )le, Scotnl and
Cri.ly.- ' -!' "
PuUic Proi'itif Hrlrn, Clinalbiim and Turner.
Put llw Maylifhl, Jonoa and Bibirt.
ni iiiwUiitf U)i-ji'"-ui)d anil fourth TliurMlcyi lu
rueli oii'nUi. wkI th Comnimi (Viuncll thu wcont
an4 fourth TJiurWaj' I 1. I1 ynih. " . r .
- NIGHT POLICE. : 1-
. I ,.: V I : ' !
(iplaiH John lluugll. . , . .
Jiiri LieultmuUV m. Varlirovifili.
jitctmt ,in(rwia .luhu II, tuvll. .' j I '
iVIi.ftiKM Win. Ju'liMin. Julin Cavoncli-r, Nirh Pa-
Tli.Jnul'Phirh, Wn. ll.kiT, Juhn Cottrull, Wlllliiru
Myo, Jul. aUiglm, J. W. Wrlbt, JuhB J'udwtt,
Kubvrt Built, W. C. frnucla, TUauiaa frauoia, Aadjew
Juyco,JiTid Yatua, ami Cliarlva llullu.
tV Th Pnlfoo Uvurl ii opiii evwy murulvg at
.' COUNTY OFFICERS.
BlierilT Jamoi M. Hint. icniil Thnmoa Hnb-
aou and J. K. Hmiianau.
X'.y4r I'lilueaM Carri'tt.
' TrtaUf-fl. JiaiMt Taylor. ' .
'fjrtmtr- N Ft. Bulclwr. - -
Ittinyer John Oirhitt.
ltfrmut (V(.ur J. II. Ilrlh-y.
.nriHi.l ft" O irTwW. V- RIV-OB.
OmtlahlM fif th4 A',i.)ii'.l i'uiiur John P. linwtT
and J. K. New uiuii.
COUNTY COUFIT, '
J.l linn. JaJBu tttlilwjrlh.
i lirkV. l.ln.lHli y Nii-lml.
-TIii) JudilK'a Cimrl niri In Iho llrat Molnhiy In
cur 1 1 nioiilta.at.d Ilia tf laru-rly liwirt, coiiijhihi d uf
tlu Mimialratri i.f 1I11" l i-unty, w lu l l tin' llrat Mnu
day 111 Januuty, Ai'ill, July anJ Ortubi-r.
r - - v - . - -
Jmfj4 lliu. Niitliuntil P:ixti-r.
I'Uik liavid C l.ovo.
at- Thi aurk nu ll tlm tint Mum'ay In Slurch
,JIa:UiiU. TVUIIaoi k.Turuir.
t'ttrk C'liiirli.4 K. I'ltiu'iMia.
4r-The Court oivi'tii lh lint Muuliy In April An
guilt and UttotintHir.
'lin.,'l r lluU.Puniiiul p. fi-lnranu.
1 Cimi: tiMit JlfiiiiT J. K. tih-avtia.
r- Tin- Cmifi nii'ln tin- flrat UnmUy lu May nlul
I. 0. 0. F
Junx F. llinK, lirand St-t-rHnry, aboul.l be adlrCnai-d
at .ViuIiniI, 7'i-im.
2Ym4w I...le, 'u, 1 M. ota arory 'Pneei'ay Kvan
lnir,.it Mn-ii' IUll,on the ruriinr of Pnluu and Hum
lui-r ntn-rla. Tlin olIL-nit for the prrm-nt lirin,ure
o. S. I., meiir, N ti., J. K. Miiu, V.0.;'J. 1.. W.-iikli-y
Svr'l.iry y L K Spa n, Tri-aeiiri'r.
TtiiI'm li,, So. 10 MerU nt the tHine
i-vi'iy Mun liiy Kvi-niun The ninV-'ra ai-e : R. A
'Camiitall, H.ti.; Ilatry Apple. t.CJ.: J. J r.ul
SH-r.'taiy -, II V. llrouu, Tii-aauror.
Niull.y I..le, S'i' II"-l Ihl-lr ll.lll.on S'iltll
Ctieriy "In at, mitry I rljay kvolllux. Tile olll.-ern
me O IV I uv, rl, N C , Flank II111 ,uau, V ti 1 Jalum
W.Mill, Sivrelary ; W. SI II ill,, 1 y , Tn iimrer.
Annan 1 'bj.'k, An -loft. (:.iii.mi-- M,i at the
Hall, rurier ol I'liion and Smnruer Hreete, eery
riiura.lay Kvuulng. The offloni a uru : Cliarlea Huh,
N II.; I', Jfrw4u, 1(1 ( llitt.-r.lib,S.-i-ri'liiry ;
Httloi-ly TNiMiajimyHf, i I Meeta at the nLuve Hull
on tha llrat and third Weitiieadaya of rai-h muuth.
The ulliieia are J. K M il. C I' , T. 11 Melinite, II IV ;
ti. F Fuller, M W ; l ater llama, Jr., J.W , J.1I111 V.
9I1IA, . n. lH'.iltuf, Ir.-iiiurej.
(i.i RiiiHiA f-M.Mwij'm, lit, ,i 4Miela at the
atioie lla'l 011 the e--uii'l and tuurlh Weilin-aiUy
nikhla af f wrli uVBIa. T' lino, r ani. J.is T II. Ii,
C P. ; Henry Apple, II I' , I.. M.ker, ft W ; It tried,
man, J '. I liH'ei" Kil.-her, fcribe; J N Wai.l,
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS.
lentil fill N.nh li
' B H T.ain Taavo at
7 . A.M.
( So, V M.
e mi. a m.
7 OO, I' M.
" air. at
llir R U T1..1I1 lea a at
" " " arr at
Naahvilln A !
Naali A Chatianoi f It B Tram leave at In 00
1 .1 1 2.'.
Nil. M , I UKkHT tllMt.1
l'ertont wtahtUK to aeud 1 ruttlil and I'tukaea l,y
tha MurulntT Tralua 01 tlm loi in.ut am Naiii
yiut, and NAtuviu.a axo liai-ATi-a Kaii.kuaii,
uinat Uaitllw aeuia ut tiia oiUu ly 0 ii inn
DlVlPHuH CouNTT pirtrcmtiY Cmtinttel.
KIXITAET QUARTERS AMD OFFICEBS.
Putt Hi-ailnuwU. Hub ttraat. Dumnbt
ZuWru-l Hi-d'4uarWra on iiummiir atrnut (Ir
fiird'a ronldrn".) Caut. Oreun, A. A. tlr. . . (
IVbt'uf JfuriAal rli-ailquartort on rbnroh atrrwt.
fK.-nml. At-ailfm. liil. Slatiliry MattiiKw ' ' 1
l Aia ivlilail ktuoriirmvUr lloadqurUr oil
llmrry tlrrat ; No, 10, (Jud( Culron'a rraUluuo.)
Cofil. J, p. Jhngham. "
i.i.ml gHrkmuto-UiUnuo Pouot Cairt.
AiiiUiuU Qmirttrtnumer Yluo atrout, ni-ar Mri.
'olk'a ri'Miilnnnp, (4iit. K, N. Lainh.
Ani-lnot tjunrlirmatltr'Sn. SJ, MwkM tri-ot.
Ul't. J. M. Hnl. , ..
l.1ii CVmmwury IliJuliuirUri, No. 10, YiD It.
lit. K. Maolw-ly.
iVitin'nr or" blimt P10M atrant. -ai. aV.
Atliti'j UimrnimmTl 0 tht lilmw Cor Wr oC Broiil
and ('iilN'gH ttrrna. I.lut tiiurlai. Allen.
ilnlieul IHrMter uHiuir airwi. (Dr. Kord'l old
anlnui-j' ) riurKL-oti, K- bwin. , -
Mrdirul ltrrtym' 0lrf fhurch itrM, ilaaonlo
llolhllng. J. R. Fmria, .snrgrnu. 8lh JCMitoi-ky In;
Tantry, Acting Mudical Puifuyur. . .
ARRIVAL AND DKPARTTJRI Of MAILS.
forthi-rn !ail,v IxiuUvilli., nrrliaa Daily, 6.30 P.5f.
11 ,1 a. leavca
Culunihhi, fla T. k A. 11. arrivi-a
" .(0 A.M.
" S.30 P.M.
.1 .1 . luava
MliulhyTllle, . Jt 0. R.K, arTlvea
11 " . " laawa
, " IOjOO a m,
I41bam.it, ' . rrlVA
11.00 kl. V
" ''.' Imtiii
M.-niiiliU Mull, luavna Pallr.r a UjiiIhtIIU and Cairo.
iioST-OFnf K3 Ol'KS BEYOND LKBANON Anc.-i
I.lbarty, - AUxandrlaj
(rrdnniiTllls Hnilthvilla,' '
Watnrtuwn, Jannlnfi'i Fork.
ro-MT oiricw ov i,in of m. i o. n.B
' Jorilas't Yalley.'iV " BtialhyTllle, ''J
B. B. CONNOR & BR0.,
Nil. i (XlU.&VlC STMBr.T.
Kew MtorM Jaja-t rnr.olT1 and for ami
law AO clone am jouaiicanteuia.
Rliie. Halt, for aala by
IX IN Mill a PRO.
JQQ buret 8 ALT, fur aala by
CONNOR a BHD.
Oolla KOPK, for aala by
CONNOK A llltO.
bbla. Coal OIL, tur tale by
CONNUH a BKO.i
Coal OIL, fur tale by
CONNOR A nilO.
duaen BiiOuM.i.for aala by
CONNOK A llltO.
fjJ I'"SIMI', for lala by
CONNOK A BItO.
bmea HTAKCll, for aala by
CONNOR A PRO.
10 Gheau 1'a.A, lor aalu by
CONNOR A PRO
() tiaH cbwuTKA, lor aala by
WNNOR A RRl).
I k) r..l 11 TKA, for tale by
CON Suit A BKO.
U hmca Ynnat PoWUKHrt, lur aala by
.) apt CONNOR A PRO.
2 CJkl iKUM, fur aala by
CONNOR A BUO.
I i Krum HAN. Hart, fiH-aale by
IVJW ap a CuNNIlR A HRO.
.).", b.ii Star CAMH r.i, lor talc bv
CO apt CONNOR A URO.
t) butiMi Cdl KrJi, lor aula by
4 O ap 8
CONNOR A CO.
bbla. VlNKiiAR, .r aala by
CONNOR A BRO.
I vknSAllilN,f r tale by
CONNOR A BRO-
kite UACKKBKL.for aaia by
CONNOR A UltO.
r km HKRKIMI, for lala by
kkita HI1AP, for tale by
CONNOR A BRO.
j(j hbii. TROUT, for aala by
CONNOR A BRO.
I bliln. MAOkkllkl., fur aula br
lJ ap 8 CONNOR A BRO.
bliln Cil'i-.R, for tale by
' t aii 8
connor a into.
fur taia by
CUNN 'R A BRO.
I'.ixn liriud Saalod, Ar uiaby
0NNIH A BRO.
O koiia N .MliJ, for aala by
CONNOR A BIO.
bhU Crttuhe 1 !ornr, ur aale by
0J an 8 CuNNORABRO.
1. ir Imwa Ub Al., fur tale by
J,tJ and CONNlIRA PRO.
nf t 1'h a H (I UK, fur la by
eilKy apa ivnmhi a iiro
r i-au II a t tale br
ipl C0NNO' A BUO.
,) t'.aaka M1IH-X, for tale by
ap s ci niik a
libit Una I'ur.iPiW, for aala by
JJ al CON Nod BRO.
freah Harden SF.KU. A r tile by
HINNilR A PRO.
O tihla ilMion SK'lfi, fur
O an 8
O0KXOK A BKO.
i lleii-.ie l'nvi'd HAMS, with a lre lot 01 all
11 auria of Omnia, whluh wa will cloaa out low, at
our old al.ind, No. b Colltuje tlreot.
1, H 11 II- I'lWM'll en".
' I M1F allenlluu of eiliu nt, ttraarera, and alhert rla
1 11111K NMlivilie, reipiinuif iniiliilaJ ant, It reoel-
IViliy ra ieil hi lint n-n,-o, No kl 0,-a.lerirk alrael,tv
oud nHir, In-la-een tlierry and the Niuare.
tr. Oh.ii.an it au old prai!Utiunar 01 mediriaa, nia
alniiial uniiiiiiteil exiM-rii-nrn and OatlerinK auei-eet
lur many Tenra twaal. 10 the tnatmenl of rairirl Ilia
BAMan, ti..a iiinin-il Inui to devnle lua undividad altaai'
tinu to all ili.eaaea lof Itiia nuture. Maliy ciuea ul
Hie nniet Inveterate cbarai-ter have promptly aieided
111 nia iitiproveii iiietnitai ,e ireaimeui .
Priiaaiy . Houu.lary , Tortuiry and Hereditary lypb.
Ilia, hi.tuirrlnM, I.U-at and all a ie ,l the geuita
and uriuary uruiit, luiml witb nu roeiaLanca to bit
A female irrefriliirltiea and inetllMlal Itdrranra
nii-uta ol the SViiuib, tu.t the dlftiiaeA ariamg ttena
Ui-elalliHi and ill nianite.! l-a turitiua.
p vei y , ae of Keilueilile Rupture, and of Pilot. ud
I'r. L41 l .h ul the Ki'i tiiin, an. I unlet i-aaea of t ialula,
imitii ri,ri,llira itu.Ait nearly iaiiil-ftt H either
l tl.a Utter raa.'a la undrrut.-a by fir. cmn-maa
i-.urr la i,.e.i'iiWii v Mur-rtinr.il, aa a raretul eiaminalled
aieaae p..ea-iila the liei-eiM.ry la-tn alHiua Iteueat ia
ui.'aeli. li iiutnoted mi-U'oiJ or uiKrattnu.
I itmiiii 11I e lln i a, a apiiJyiua In (.-laia or by letter
(neai nine- mxe) en the tti at ay mptoina ir any aruie
MKeilie a41.eaae.1-an be eured.ln le.uet iiaaee, by tbt
almrtive uielh'id. in fintv iniilit liniira.
hit ait cmiOienre, priiliHit aia.-uliun , and Vloitarata
iiliari-a. will aevern h1tn with hta pattnaa
aar Nu ni'-ienrv need lu the truatuient lf
du.iuaa.at be hellutea (in uel oaaa-a) it prod urea t
iiUi'ilaiiiK. tlian lliat It la r ven tu i ura
nUi, 11. a-atruoj aiabt In Uia muraiiif ull ue at
tbaaxuiitig at lr). Ij-ly
f K U M S: '
pAii.r rnKni,prr anuam S 09
' 1 "' -w '....v., . rtO
Tri WtextT Cxion, par annnm, v, $6 00
Waatir Utut, fit an nun .... . .......... td 00
UATKsi OP ADVKICTllAU.
( in ura oa Lam tu oMnrnTrin a attrut.)
1 iro, 1 day, (I 00 raxh aililitnn! lumrtlon I M
1 KhuK, 1 ou 4!-.ii aaiuiiiuiai aqoara 1 n
2 " a W - . " I 00
1 month, 00 " (00
1 " 00 " ' " 4 0
" 12 00 " ' " 00
8 . ' 18 OS " . " .. " 0O
12 II 00 " " " 10 80
taa Rarm wiu na a vntLutra :
gaarterCuiiiinu, 1 olh. ,. ffa 00
, 6.1 0j
. Hft nu
:i ) 00
...,. 110 ou
0 " ...
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1 Adrarlifiiiriita rrcupvma any tflruial iioaltlon -
aJi, W par runt. aiUlitloaM apunlal mmIIioii utaiU,
It ir wiit.
a) jr AiiTrtiaomi-ntfl tnnervsl In tna laical cmumn
iibraft4 M Urn rwi at twenty ortna por luia. '
tani;Ai niny ba niani. mrioiiti-Hiiy wbun airrera
iian; butatia-y am-h ohonft-o will lnvvlTij axtraax
IN-nin, to ha paid for by tha ailvi-rtinnr. ,
r aHirM fur Lht cxvm, , .. fc ..
Alarrlaa; kind l untral Nollroo ,
I w'licn aiiBadliiK Ave llnt-a, will ba charged at tha
uinal ailVKrHaiitg rala.
Annonnceiuenta of t'ndldat.
f' rjra OrnKiaw.. ,..) 00
Cob.ti " . .,. , ,, a 00
Cm .... ... i 00
Canh rrtiiilrcd In advance for all advnrtltuoientl,
anlaM by apeclal agnaament. ' '! ' " '
liTa, tha nudi'rtlimeil, bate thla day ailnpted the
nhore ratrtf, to which wa bind cmraeltial ttrfctly to
ilhor. . ' - ' - - ' -i. ,
Ww. f'AMIROK, for tha Iihi .
JIIIIN WAI.I.ACr, for fba IXjmV
If uiriui, Tend , Jnly 13, ltH. 1
I THCR3DAY MOIlHINa, JULY 81, I8fi.
0FPI CI A L.J '
XAWS OF, TUeIjmTED STATES, .,
I'wmd at tht Sxti Sr-"on of tht Thirty ta'fnlh
rtrni.ic No. 15
AN ACT ranking appropriionn for the
consular and tliploiuatio expenses of
the Oovoniinent for Hie year ondinR
thirtieth June, oighftH'n luindroij anil
six! f'three, nnd Additional Appropria
tions for the year ending thirtieth
June, eighteen hundred and Hixty
two. Be it enacltdby the Siiate and I7twe of
Rnirtsmitdta'tavf Ute Lnue-I Stulw of Ameri
ca in Cciyrwj Asemblel, That the follow-
lotr suuib be ana tow same are hereby ap-
jiropriatcd, out of any money iu ' the
TreaBury uot otherwise appropriated, for
objects hereafter expressed, for the fiscal
year ending the thirtieth of June, eigu-
teen hundred and sixty-tliroe, namvly :
For salaries of Knvoys J'.xtraordinary,
Ministcrrt, and Cotniiiisiiioncri of tlie
United States at (treat l.ritain, France,
Itugsia, 1'rusia, Spain.'AiiHtria, Brazil,
Mexico, China, Italy, Chili, Peru, Por
tucal, SivitzerlaniL Koine, Belgium, IIol
land, Dotimarlv, Sweden, Turkoy, Now
(iranada, ISolifia, Ecuador, Venezuela,
Guatemala, Nicaragua, Sandwich Is
litndH, Costa Kica, Honduras, Argentina
Confederation, Paraguay, and Japan,
throe hundred and onu thousand dot
For salaries of Sscretaries of Legation
foi'ty-ttirco thousand thrao hnndied and
For salaries of Assistant hecrelaries of
Legation at Londou Paris, tlireethous
For salary of the Interpreter to the
Legation to China, five thousand dollars
J ur salary of the Secretary of Legation
to Turkey, acting as interpreter, three
For salary of the Interpreter to the
Legation to Japan, two thonsand five
For compensation to an Interpreter to
the CoTiRulate at Kanazawa, lifteen hitn-
For contingent expeiisestif all th mis
sions abroad, tifty thousand dollars.
l or contingent exiienties ol furuiau in
tercourse, one hundred thousand dollars
For expenses of intercourse with the
Barhary Povtits, three thoimaaud dollar
For expenses of the consulates in the
TnrUieh dominions, namely interpreter
Ktiards and other exix-iisr of the t onsii
lates 1o Constantinople, Sniyra, Candia
Alexandria, and Iteirul, tiro thousand
live hunderd dollars.
For the relief and protection of Amor
lean seamen in foreign countries, two
hundred thousand dollars.
For expenses which may be incurred
in aeknowledirinir the services of- the
masters and crews of foreign vesstds in
rescuing rilizens ol lue cnueu iMam
from shipwreck, seven thouaaud live
For tbs purchase of til auk. books, sta
tionery, arms of the United State, seals,
presses, Hags, postages, and for th pay-
monts of in i seel I a aeons expense of the
Consuls of the United States, including
the preservation of the archives of the
Consulates, forty-tlva thousand dollars.
For ollice rent.for those Consuls lien-
eral, Consuls, and Commercial Agents,
who aro not allowed to trade, including
loss by exchaiijjo thereou, twenty -seven
thousand lliree hundred and seventy dol
lars. For salaries of Consuls timers! at
Quebec, Calcutta, Alexandria, Havana,
CouHtntitinople, l raiikloi l-oii-tlie-Main ;
Consuls at Kanagana and Nangusaki, in
Japan, Liverpool, Lond iii, Altilliouine,
Hong Kong, Ulixgnw, Mauritus, Singa
pore, llelUat, fork, Dundee, Demarara,
Halifax, Kiiigmou, (.1 amaica,) Lemlit,
Manchi wler, .Naanau, (New Providence,)
Southamptuu, Tuia Inland, PriuA o Ld-
tvard' Island, Uavrit, Paris, .Martciilcs,
Bordeaux, La Iiochellv, Lyons, Moscow,
Odessa, KeveL SL pajersbtugh, Matanzas,
Trinidad de Cuba, Santiago do Cuba, Sao
Jtlau, (Porto JUioo,) Cadis, Malaga, ronce,
(Porto tjUics) Tritist, Vienna, Aix-la-C'lmpullu,
Cautoit, 'Shannhai, .. FoutUou,
Anioy, Niagpo, lieirut, Smyrna, Jerusa
lem, lkutterdam, AniHterdaiu,, Antwerp,
FuucUal, Oporto, Saiui Thomas, F.lsinuur,
Genoa, Casle, Geneva, Meftsiua, Naples,
Palermo, Leipsic, Muuich, Leghoru,Stult
gardt, Pre men, Hamburg, Tangiera, Tri
poli, Tunis, JUo de Janeiro, Pernambuco,
Vra Crux, Acapulco, Callaa, Valparaiso,
Buenos Ayrcs,San Juan del Sur, Atipin
wall, Panama, Lagyura, Honoltila, La
liaioa, Capetown, l alklaud Islands, Vn
ice, SUttiu, Candia, Cyprus, Batavia, Fay
al,Sanliago, (Cape do Verdea,) iSainta
Croix, tipeEzU, Alliens, Zanzibar, Bahia,
Maranham Island, Para, llio (rrauda, Jiat
amoros, Mexico, (oily,) Tampico, Paso del
Norte, Tabasco, Paita, Tumbox, Talca
hnaiM., Cartbagena, Sabanillo, Omoa,
itiayaiuiL, Cobtja, Montevideo, Tahiti,
Bay of Islauds, Apia, LantliaJa, Bristol,
Card ill', Malta, St. John, (Newfoundland,)
HL John; CNWl'iruns wick,) Pictou, (No
va Bootia,) La liuinn, Barbadoes, Bermu
lA, Antigua, Nantes, Napoleon Yendoe,
Nicv liisbon,' (jlt8ubiir, , Tehuatepec,
Santos, SL PatheriDii, Palizn, Uaspe Da
sin, .Valencia, Port Mahon, Martinique,
Tafahtp, Haolander, OalatJ:, Bilbao, Scio,
Paramaribo, Macao, Stockholm, Ancona,
Otjanto, Swjttovf, L Paz, Bergen, Trini
dad, Barcelona,'' (jtiebeo, Maricaiho, AI
glers, Port an Prince, San Domingo, (city,)
Mobrovia,'Capo Ilaylien, Aiix Cayes, and
Jew-'' -CaRtie-upon'TyPs ', -Commereial
Ageqls at San' Juan del Norte, St. Paul
de Loanda, (Angola,) UatKimi, bt. Marc,
Ouracoa; and'Amoor river, three hundred
atid fifty-one thotisahd five hundred and
fifty dollars And the salary of the Con
sul at Brchicn shall b three thousand
dollars, to - commence on the first day of
January, eighteen hundred and gixty
two; and the Consul to Pfctou (Nova Sco
tia) shall receive a salary of fitteen hnn
Ored dollars, commence on the first day
of Januarr. eighteen hundred anil sirtr-
two; and the salary of the Consul at Swa-
tow snail be thirty-live hundred dollars,
to commence on the twenty-first day of
September, eighteen hundred and sixty;
and the Consul at Port Malum shall re
ceive a salary of fifteen hundred dollars:
I'rovideil, That all consular olfictrs whose
respectivo salaries exceed one thousand
dollars per annum shall bo subject to the
proviaions of the fifth section of the act
to reguluto (he diplomatic and consular
Systems of the United Klatcs, approved
August eighteen, eighteen hundred and
fifty-six: and their respective Consulates
shall be included in schedule B. of the
list of salaried Consulates: And provided
furtlttr, That no appointment of Consuls
shall hereattor bo made, nor the compen
sation of Consuls raised, under tho act
of .August .two, eighteen hundred and
iixty-one, except to the places herein
tnentionod. And the Consul at New Cas-
tle-upon-Tyne shall receive a salury of
fifteen hundred dollars per annum, com
mencing on tho first day of January,
eighteen hundred and sixty-two.
j For Interpreters to the Consulates in
China, four thousand live hundred
Fer salaries of Hie marshals for the
Consular Courts in Japan, China, Siam,
and Turkey, seven thousaud dollars.
For rent of prisons for American con
victs in Japan, China, Siam, and Turkey,
and for wages of the keepers of the same,
nine thousand dollars,
i Sec. 2. And I it further tmirted, .That
the following sums be and tho same are
hereby appropriated for the service of the
year ending the thirtieth June, eighteen
hundrvd and sixty-two, namely:
For compensation and increased sala
ries to sundry Consuls, under the act of
second August, eighteen hundred and
sixty-one, fifty four th inland one hun
dred and eleven dollars and ninety-seven
To meet an extraordinary emergency
which has arisen in bringing from Sid
ney, New South Wales, eight seamen,
belonging to the ship "Junior," charged
with the crimes of mutiny and murder,
a guard of seven men, and also eleven of
tho crew as witnesses, lifteen thousand
and seven dollars and ninety-two cents,
or so much thereof as may be just and
fair; said sum to be expended under the
direction of the Secretary of Slate.
Approved, February 4, ISO-.
Pinuic No.' 1.
AN ACT to further promote the cllicieney
f 1 - of tho Navy.
Be it entu '.rd by the fvnnla and Jlwe rf
IUprentta!:vr of tltf I mte.t S&ifnpf America
in I'lfitjreu as.ieinJited, That whenever the
name of any naval otlicer now in the
service, or w ho may hereafic-r be in tho
tiervice of tho Unileil Slates, shall have
been bomo on tho Naval Pegiiler forty -five
years, or nhull be of the age of sixty-
two years, he shall bo retired I mm active
service, and his name entered ou the re
tired lisl of officers of tho gradu to which
he belonged at the time of such retire
Sen. 2. And lie it further-' enacted, That
tho President of the Lnilyl Mates bo and
lie is uerrliy autnorizeU to asnign any
otlicer who may lie retired, under the pre
reding section of this act to shore duly,
aad inch olliccr thus assigned tdiall re
ceive the fall shore pay of his gi ado w hile
Sec. o. And In: it furtlttr eiuu te f. That
the President of Iho United States, by and
with Hit adrae and cimsfiit of the txivite,
shall have the authority to detail from the
retired list of tho Davy for the command
of iiinadrons and single ships such otli-
cers as he may believe tbat the good of
the service requires to be thus placed in
command; and such ulhVers uiav, ff upon
tho recommendation of the President of
tho United Stalls they shall receive
vote of l hanks of Congress for their ser
vices and gallantry in action against an
enemy, be restored to the active list and
not otherw ise.
Sec. 1. And be it further tnailcd. That
the Preaident of the United Slates shall
have tho authority to select any ollice
from the grade of captain or commaudc
in the navy aud nar-iu him to the cum
niand of a squadron with the rank and
tiilo of a "flag olllcer;" and any officer
thus assigned shall have the sarnn au
thority and receivo the same obedience
from the commanders of ship in his
squadron holding commissions of an
older date than his tbat he would be en
titled to receive were hit commission the
oldest And to receive, when so employed,
the pay to w hich he would have been
entitled If he wcro on the active lis of
Ui navy. ' ' '
Hue. 5. And he il frt)ur tnattid, That
all ollicera retired under the provision
of this act shall reccivu tho retired pay
of their respective grades at fixed by
Bee. 6. And U it fw thrT emded;. That
promotions shall be made in plac of the
olCceis retired unller the provisions of
this bill as is now provided by law.
iec. 7. it t I it further enacted, That
the Secretary of the Navy be and is
hereby authorized to cause two hundred
" Dicdals of honor" to b pre pi ml, with
suitable emblematic devices, which shall
be bestowed upon such petly officers,
teamen, landsmen, and marines at shall
most distingoisli themselves by their
gallantly in action and other seamaulik
qualities during the present war, and that
the snip uf one thousand dollars be and
the same is hereby appropriated out of
any money in the Treasury, fur the pur
pose of carrying this section into cffeoL
Sec. S. Aitd be it furllter erwteil, That
tho hours of lalnir in the navy yards of
the. United Slates shall be the same) as in
the privato ship yarda at or nearest to thu
pott where such navy yard is establish
ed, and the wages paid to all employees
in such yards shall be, . near w may lie,
the average price paid to employee of the
same great in private shipyards or work
shop in or aearest to the tame vicinity,
o In determined by Vie. aaniiumdivit of (lit
fiuvy yard. . .
Approved, December 21, 1HC1.
AN ACT making appropriations for the
payment of invalid and other pensions
of the United States for the year end-
' ing the thirtieth of June, eighteen
hundred and sixty-three.
Be it enacted by the Senate and Unite of
liepmentati vex of the C mtnl Mater of America
in Cvnyreet auembled, That th following
sums be and the sauio aro hereby appro
priated, out of any money in the Trea
sury not otherwise appropriated, for the
payment of pensions for the year ending
the thirtieth of Juno, eighteen hundred
and sixty-three :
For invalid pensions under various
acts, six hundred and forty thousand
For pensions under acts of eighteenth
March, eighteen hundred and eighteen,
fifteenth May, eighteen hundred and
twenty-eight, and seventh June, eigh
teen hundred and thirty-lwo, twenty
five thuusand dollars.
For liensions to widows of thoso who
served in the Revolutionary war under
the third section of the act of fourth
nly, eighteen hundred and thirty-six,
the acts of seventh duly, eighteen huu
dred and thirty -eight, third March, eigh
teen hundred and forty -three, seven
toenth June, eighteen hundred and forty-
lour, second rehruaryand twenty-ninth
uly, eighleeen hundred and forty eight,
and second section act of third Feb
ruary, eighteen huudred and lilty-thrce,
two hundred thousand dolurg.
For pensions to widows and orphans,
under lirst suction act fourth July, eigh-
teou hundred and tbirty-six, act ol
t wonty-lirst July, eighteen hundred and
forty-eight, lirst section act of third I'eb
ruary, eighteen hundred and fifty-three,
and act third June, eighteen hundred
and iifty-eight, thro hundred and forty
For navy invalid petisiont, forty-five
For navy pensions to widows and or
phans, under act of eleventh August,
eighteen bundled and forty-tight, two
hundred thousand dollars.
For privateer invalid pensions, six hun
dred dollars: l'rovided, That no pension
shall be paid under this act to any per
son who has been engaged in the present
rebellion against the Government of the
l nited Mates, or who lias in any war
given aid and comfort lo those engaged
in tho rebellion.
Approved, January 8, IStYZ.
Public No. 11.
An Act to authorize tho President of
the United Slates in certain cases to
ta'ie possession of railroad and tele
graph lines, and for oilier purposes.
Be il mat ted by the fvimte and limine of
fireicnhitiiri of the Vailed t-tale.i of
America m ( .nmirrn aeiabled, J hat, the
President of thu United States, when in
his judgment tho public safely may ro
I litre it, be and ho is hereby authorized
to take possession of any or all the tele
graph lines in tho United Slates, their
oluces and appurtenance ; to take pot
session of any or all tho railroad lines in
the L nited Slatel, their rolling-stock
their ofllres, shops, buildings, and all
their appendage and appurtenances ; to
prescribe rules ami regulalious for the
holding, using and maintaining of the
aforesaid telegraph and railroad lines.
and to exteud, repair, and complete the
same, in the manner most conducive to
the safety and interest of the Uoveru
luciit ; to place under military control all
the olhccrs, s.-ents, and employee be
longing to the tulsgraph and railroad
liue thu taken possession of by the
Prtsideut, to that they shall bo consid
ered as a post road and a part of the
military ostabli.shuient of tho United
State, subject to all the restriction im
poaed by the rules and article of war.
Sec. I m? U it further enaitrd, That
any attempt by any party or parties
w himiHoever, in any State or district in
w hich th law of the I'nited State are
Opposed, or the execution thereof nb
slrucled by insurgents and rebels againnl
tho United Stub s, too powerful to be
suppressed by the ordinary course of
judicial proceedings, to reaist or inter
fere with tho unrestrained uae by Uov
crriiiiont of the property described in the
preceding section, or any attempt to in
jure or destroy Ihe property aforcsaiil,
shall be punished as A military olfi-nt t,
by death, or toch other penalty a a
court-martial may impost).
oec. 1. Aikl I ti fHi1r eikhial. That
threo commissioners shall be appointed
by the 1 resident of the United Stales, by
and with tht) advice and consent of the
S.-uate, to assets and determine the dam-'
age tulTerud, or tho compensation, to
which any railroad or telegraph com.
pany may be entitled by reason of the
railroad or telegraph line being seized
nd used under th authority conferred
by this act, and their award shall be
Submitted to Congress for their action.
Sec. 4. And lie il fuiihtr evaded, That
the transportation of troops, munition of
war, equipments, military property and
stores throughout tho United States, shall
be under tho immediate control and su
pervision of the Secretary of War and
such agents at ho may appoint t and all
rules, regulation, articles, usages, and
laws in conflict with Ibis provision are
Sec. 6. And I it fudter enacted, Tbat
the compensation of each of the eommlt-
siodert aforesaid shall be eight dollar
per day while in actual service; and
that tba provisions of this act, so far as
it relates to the operating and Using Said
railroads and telegraphs, Shall not be in
lore Any lunger than-ia necessary for
tho suppression of this rebellion. .
Approved, January 31, lt)C2. , .
Fuiit.tt5--No. 35. T
AN ACT requiring an oath of allegiance
and lo etiptiort the Constitution of the
United State to be administered to
masters of American Tetsels cleraing
lor foreign or other porta during the
Be it enacted by the SejiaU and Uoiute of
Rejresrntativeiof tfus United States m Amer
ica in Cungres aem!Je,l, That it Bhall be
the duty of the several collectors of the
custom at the porta of entry within the
united states, during tho continuance of
the present rebellion, to cause to bo ad
ministered to each and every master of
any American bip or vessel, steamship
or steam vessel, which shall be about to
clear for any foroign port or place, or for
any. port or place within tho United
States, the oath of allegiancer equired by
chapter tixty-four of the acts of the year
eighteen hundred and tixty-one: which
oath bhall be duly taken by such master
nelore such vessels shall be permitted to
clear as aforesaid.
See. 2. And tie. it further enrtctnt. That
the oath or affirmation aforesaid may be
takon before the collsotor of custom at
tho port from w hich such vessel is about
to clear, or beforo any justice of the
peace or notary public or other person
wno is legally authorized to administer
an oath in the State or district whore the
amo may be administered. And that
any violation of such oath shall subject
tho offender to all the pains and penal
ties of wilful and corrupt perjury, who
shall be liable to be indicted and pros
ecuted lo conviction for any such ofl'eiico
nelore any court having competent j ur is
Approved, M Arch C, 18(!lJ.
rt'Bi.ic No. 2.J
AN AC I to incrcaso the duties on tea.
collee. and sugar.
Be it enacted by the Innate and llun- c of
Bifresentalives of the United Statei of Aim r-
tca tn Limfjrcss aixemblel, That from and
arter tho date ot Hie passage of this act,
in lieu of tho duties heretofore imposed
by law on articles heminafter mentioned.
there snail no levied, collected, anil paid
on the goods, warns, and merchandise
herein enumerated and provided for, im
ported from foreign countries, the follow
ing duties and rales of duty, that is to
say : First. On all teas, twenty cents per
pound. Second. On colli ol all kinds,
live centa per pound, i lurd. On raw
sugar, commonly called Muscovado or
brown ttigsr, and on sugars not advanced
above number twelve, Dutch standard, by
claying, boning, clarity me, or other pro
cess, and on sirup of sugar or of sugar
cane, and concentrated molasses or con
centrated inclado, two cents and a half
tier iHitind, and on white and clayed su
gar, when advanced beyond the raw state,
above number twelve, hutch standard, by
clarifying or other process, and not yet
rcllned, threo cents per pound ; on refined
sugars, whether loaf, lump crushed, or
pulverized, five cents iwr pound; on sn
gars after being r.-llned, when thry are
tinctured, colored, or in any way adul
terated, ami on sugar candy, eight cent
per pound; on toolaiiars, six cents per
gallon: I'mvidrd, That all sirups of sugar
or of sugar cane, concentrated molasses
or concentrated melado, entered under
Ihe name of molasses, or any other name
than sirup of sugar or of sugar cane, con
centrated molasses or concentrated me
lado, shall be liablo to forfeiture to the
I'nited States, and the same shall be for
Approveil, Jtact-uibt-r 2 i, Jst',1.
Puiii.ii- No 17.
AN ACT nniking appropriations for the
support of tho Military Academy for
thu year ending the, thirtieth of June,
eigteen hundred and sixty-three.
Bt it emu ted by llw tnate und liiuse. of
hqirenenUMives of U,e. I mini ,S6if of
America m tnyMj ojcwiVi, i hat the
following sum be ami thu game are
hereby appropriated, out of any money
in the Treasury not otherwise appropri
ated, for the support of the Military
Academy lor tlie year rudiui; the thirli
till of June, eighk-en hundred and six
IW pay of ollicers, instructor, cadets,
ami musician, oim hundred thousand
1 or commutation of Mubsislonte, four
thousand one huudred and sixty-ouo
' r r- ... . .
itir inrago lur ollicers horses, one
thiitiaami four bandied and forty dollars,
lor pay iu lieu of clothing to olliccr'
bsrvaiils, sixty dollars.
l or current and ordinary expenses, as
follows: repair and improvi meiit, tin 1
and apparatus, fornge, postage, atatum
itrv, ti ansportatioii, printing, iletk. luia
ti-lUijtoti and mi uli ulil lii'cnsi , and
department of instrnctloii, thirty-five "
thousand dollars.' L i ,. . .
For itradual increase ami expense uf ,
library, one thousand dullar.
, For expenses of the board of visiters,1
one thousand live hundred dollar. ' '
For forego of artillery ' and' cavalry ;
horse,, live thousaud dollar. -, i ;
For supplying horses for artillery am)
cavalry practice, one tin usand dollars.
For repair of ofllccrt quarters, one
thousand live hindced dollars. . i.i .
For target and batteriet for- artillery , ,
BAercinc, one hundred and, fifty tlol- ,
lam. ' '
For furniture for hospital for eadefs,
one hundred dollar. ,i .,..-: -
I Vr annual repair of gat pipca and , ,
retorts, three huudred .dollars.
For wanning apparatus for academic
and other buildings, three thousand dot
lars. : -. ' j , i ,
For kitchen of endet' niesl halt, ' one
For latrines at cadets', camp ground,
one thousand dollars.
Approved, fVbnary 10, 1HH2. ' ' ; '''"
PtTiLh Kksolution No. 11. i i"
A RESOLUTION tendering the thanks
of Congress lo Captain Samuel F.lu
pont, and olhVers, petty ollicers, sea
men, and marine under hi command,'
for the victory at Port Royal.
fr.witirW by Vie Senate and Ibni.te rf Reprr'
sentutiits pf the United Matei o Aliwrica m
Vvnyrees assemUid, That the thank of Con
gross be and they are hereby tendered to
Capt. Samuel F, Dnpnnt, and'through him
tu the officers, petty otocer, Seamen, and
marine attached to the squadron under
Pis comiuaud, for tho decisive and pleu
dld victory achieved at Port Royal on the
seventh day of November last.
Approved, February 22, 1802.' ' ' " '
Our nianiMflsrariatid tha War- .
I.raton I r will tba t atlaua,
"Individuals grow rich," it has becu -
said, "by the acquisition of wealth pre- .
viously Existing, nations by tho creation
of -wealth that did not before exitl." 1
Willi certain limitations, this is umloubt-
edly true. For every country will obvi- .
ously develop its resource and power in
proportion as its citizens aro quick to find
now sources of material wealth, and la- '"
boriotis in availing themselves of uch at t
ore o'd. Hence, a tho iuventiv power ,
and enterprising goniu of any people
lead them to work to better purpose, so
in proportion at they possess these high 1
qualities, is their growth in opuloueo
A passing glance at any of tho flour
ishing branches of our national industry
rosy not be without interest In this point
oi view. Take, for instance, tho depart- ,
mentof manufacture. In loot) thu an
nual products, according lo the census
report, was over one thousand millions of '
dollars, (Sl.fHII.JlUfl.lO.I;) and to sboty
how much the country was enriched '
thereby, the avoragu rate of protlt wa ,
staled at per cent. A glance a', the
figures snows unit, tlie aggregate gain to
the country on the year's production must.
on this estimate, bavti amounted to $131,
SUtl.lHHI. Moreover, it must be remem
bered that since the year lis III, the small
er establishment have liecii disrenai tied
in the census reports, so that it may bo
safely said that 11 vo hundred million of
dollars w ere the year's increase of wealth
derived by the country from this singlo
branch of it industrial enterprise.
'1 he amount, however, ba steadily in-
created since that time; for new tnanu-
ficture have been introduced, and an
augmented demand ha sprung up, both
at homo and abroad, for American goodH.
I ho last census return are siillicit nlly -completed
to show that tho total value of
our manufactures for tho year 18t0 has
swelled to tho unexampled mini of 1,1X10
millions of dollar. If w add the omit
ted products of the small establishment.
tho total will bo over 2,'XiO million, ami
the profits, at the same rate as before,
will amount In HIM millions. This hand
some c ilit ri Initio nto lite opulence of their
country was the work of about ,1(0,0M)
male, and 2S.ri,(KMI female operatives.
According to thee data, no less than 27
dollars a year is added to the national
wraith by every man engaged in manu
facturing labor. Such is the money
value, of our industrious artisans of Ihe
country, and stu b the productiveness of
skilled industry, when made available by
abundant capital, home market, labor
aaviug machinery, and dauulles Ameri
Here lies, In pari, the explanation of
that amazing recuperative power which
has made this country the home of tho
exile, tho envy of oppressed nations, and
Iho scene ol tho greatest industrial tri
umphs (he Anglo-Saxon race ever achiev
ed. Fvery man in our resiles energetic
community is a worker most are skilled
workers. Hence, thu unparalleled in
crease of our national wealth is the reiult
of our ever-augmented dexterity, intelli
gence and judgment with w hich our la
bor is directed, and of the tinstirpasted
ingenious contrivance by which that la
bor i economised, while it productive
ness is enlarged.
Hoe any one, then, alfect to doubt tho
ability of thi Rreat flourishing nation 1
put down a rebellion which aim lo mu
tilate, if not to destroy, the fair, glorious
i re of Liberty which our lather have
planted, bavo watered with their best
LliM.it, ami at last romigned with their
dying hand to our care, for th behoof of
generation yrt unborn ' We need only
point out lo ctich a man the fact that
LPHIMM) of our million of operative
have created, within the limit of a tingle
year, a larger aggregate of wealth, and
bav enriched lb nation with a larger
amount of profit, than will ml Iho to
carry on th war fur two yeaijt, ihuuld
the struggle, contrary to our hope, last
ho long. As our cause is lh nobh'at, tho
holiest for which men cvur fought, ' our
superiority iu number a, in u-aource, i
guch tbat it real only with ourm-lve to
maku the conllicl both short and decisive.
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