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THE RUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD: THURSDAY, JUNE 61801.
THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1861. GEOGRAPHY AND WAR. The study of geography is at all times a pleasant one, and when connected with mili tary movements of an interesting character, it becomes a somewhat exciting one. It has been said, with more truth than many will admit, that the majority of our people learn geography well, in no other way than in the wake of advancing and retreatiug armies and in the din and strifo of contending arms. The maps of India, the Crimea, Italy, Southern Europe and Mexico have within the past law years been opened to us, to our profit, in this respect, and our people are now called upon to study the geographical posi tions of our own country under the same ex citing influences. To those, then, who are r.iost earnest in their inquiries in regard to the war news of to-day, or that which is likely to come to morrow we would say do not only read the papers but in connection with this, let each one refer to his maps as he reads his daily news of the movement of troops and he will thus get a better understanding of the battle fields, and ihe chances on either side of success, or discomfiture. To such as have thus read the news of the operations of the last thirty days in Virginia we need say but little in the way of encouragement or hope. They will see most clearly that Gen. Scott the greatest captain of the age has spread a net which, once sprung, will catch more traitors and treasonable persons in arms than were ever before secured since the days of Declaration of Independence of the American people. They will see that the fang of the serpent is no more unerring, or the coil of the anaconda no more uncertain, than the inex orable trap which (Jen. Scott has set for the catchinsof stu b men as set at defiance the laws of tint United estate government. Let who would follow the war-path of the prs"nt day, to find the least possible -v.:n of blood on the track, study the plans of 1 ien. Scott. He has won his laurels here- j tofore. and he requires no new avatar of j blood to give him character before the Amer- j ican people. As an adendum to the above and as a less on to ail. we give the following statement in regard t the present position of a portion of the United States troops, which have been ailed into service by the Secretary of War and placed by Gen. Scott, as given by the Springfield Republican : The United States forces that have passed into Virginia from Washington are posted as follows: Four Mile Run. New Jersey 3d. Columbia Springs, New Jersey 1st and 1th. Just bevond, Massachusetts "jth. Towards Arlington Hights. the New York r.'th. On the summit of the Hights, the New York 20th Towards Georgetown, the New York th. Over tho A.uiluut on the Hights, the N. Y. t'y'.nh. Alexandria, the Michigan troops. Be vond. southward, the New York Zouaves. Four miles bejond the ci y at the right, the New Yoik 2Sth. The New Jersey 3d hold an entrenched position, and have tents and camp equipage, ihe zst anu 4tn ew Jer sey troops also have a tine camp. The bat- j terv of the ti'.Hh is seven feet high, and built j in squares Sand bags will be added. The I H:Uh have extended banks of earth about a i mile. At the end of Long bridge defensive works a: e also going up. This and the one opposite Georgetown are the main features of defense. The two Ohio and the 1th Penn sylvania regiments have gone into camp at Glenwood Cemetery. Only two material de fensive works are erecting one near the end of the Long bridge, and the other directly opposite Georgetown. Both are gcing up on commanding elevations. At Arlington House, the trees and turf are in June luxuriance and beautv. The garden is a mass of flowers. The prospect of the river and city is charming. Gen." Sanford is doing what lie can to pro feet the property. A WORD WITH THE COURIER. We deprecate more than anything else, a partizan controversy, at this time. It is un deniable, us it is a gratitying circumstance, thar the masses of the people of the Northern State-, without respect to party, are uniting upon "h'1 measures necessary to uphold the authority of the Government and to vindicate the law, in the unhappy ivil conflict which is now upon us. In the spirit of concession, ana guided as we thought by patriotic im pulses, we said a few days ago, in reply to an article in the Courier, calling upon us to detij.e our position in regard to the question of consolidating parties-, in one grand Union phalanx : We have tor the time being at least, rolled t.p and laid away the banners and badges of party, and unfurled the Stars an 1 Stripes, and are quite ready to meet and join hands with all these who wid stand with us under the folds of that flag, and give an undivided and sincere support to the Administration of President Lincoln and his Cabinet. And we further said : We repeat that we would rejoice to see the whole Northern people united, shoulder to .-houlder, upon the common ground of main taining the Constitution and the Union, nobly forgetful of all former party animosities, and sinking out of siht all minor and partizan questions, until t lie great question of whether our Government shall continue to exist, is settled. Now, we could hardly have expected such a response as the following from the Courier : Just as we expected, the editor of the Herald, who, in a speech in Mendon, last week, said he did not want to hear the word narly " used again until the war is over, is the only Republican editor in Vermont, except Mr. Benedict of the Free Press, but who is willing to lay party on the shelf until the war is over. " Woe unto you scribes, pharisees and hypocrites," you preach a doctrine that you do not intend to prac tice." Will the editor of the Courier tell us what he would hare us do more than we have proffered in the abova extracts from our ar ticle one week ago, in Jorder to shield our selves from the anathema, " Woe unto you, scribes and pharisees," &c? In our former article we quoted from a letter of Senator Douglas, in which he indi cates a purpose to remain loyal to the " or ganization and creed " of the Democratic party, and we respectfully asked the Courier, if that was to be the programme of the Demo cratic party of Vermont, or whether eschew ing parly organization, the Democracy of Vermont would meet the Republicans upon " the common and patriotic ground of main taining the Constitution and the Union, nobly forgetful of all former party animosities, ami sinking out of sight all minor and partizan questions, until the great question of whether our Government shall continue to exist, is settled." To this question the Courier re turns no answer, or at best an evasive one. We ask again : will the Courier abandon the Democratic organization," for the pnrpose of uniting in the ranks of a party which shall have for its motto, -'the Constitution, t he Union, aud the enforcement of the laws V" Singula it Fkkak ok Lightning. Mr. E.W.Smith, of Lullow sends us an ac count of a somewhat singular freak of light ning, which "came of!" at his residence at about 5 o'clock on Monday morning May 27th. He, says : As I stood at the sink, where the water is supplied from a spring by Rieans of lead pipe, I was startled by a re port like the firing of a pistol, accompanied by a tlash which completely filled the room with sparks, giving the appearance of a fan tastic shower of fire. At this instant the room began to be deluged with water. Upon ex amination it appeared, the lightning had ta ken a fancy to make a visit in that direction, coining in, as is supposed at the open win dow. It made its first appearance on the water pipe where it is fastened to the sidk by a wire, melting a hole through the pipe; it followed the wire making a round li- inch hole through an inch board lined with zinc. It then traversed the length of the sink an-! descended into the waste pipe until it reached a wire on which a stove-pipe is suspended fiom the ceding and which happened to be in contact with the pipe, when the lightning made another hole through the pipe melting off the wire, a nd then left, without further signs of its presence. It is said by a person who happened to be looking at the window of the room at the time, that the room ap peared to be full of a light blaze. It hail no particular effect on me, althou-jh within a foot of the explosion. eiTThe Rutland Courier publishes a letter from Assistant Q-.iarter -M ister M M uius dated at Fortress Monroe, May 2 1, in which he says : 'The Massachusetts troop presented the Vermont Regim nt this morning with .; n hunJr"l jiiinruls "i jr .-h huhhm, also ten pounds of vegetables." Bully for Massa chusetts ! She not only takes care of her 0'!-n troops, but does it so abundantly that ' are able to become almoners to the Ver mont Regiment. There is no use trying to get ahead of Massachusetts ! She bore the shock of the war of the R-volution then, as now, furnishing more men and rne ins in pro portion to his population and resources, than any other State. May Heaven multiply the blessings which she enjoys ! Behold the con trast between the liberty-loving, ioyal State of Massachusetts, an-i the sqj-ili 1 impov erished an i rebellious State of South Caro lina : Flag Raising ai Ci.aki:m. A beautiful Anvrican (lag was raised at Claren don Flats yesterday afterno n. on a po'e which had been previously erected tor the purpose on tin: common in that village. The people met at 2 o'clock, after which a procession was formed in front of the old Brick Tavern, under the direction of the Marshal. Mr. A Newton, and headed by a band of music, marched around the square and finally back to tie- speaker's stand, where the exercises of the occasion took place. After a few remarks from the Marshal explanatory of the objects of the gath ering, the flag was raised to half-mast, in token of scrrow for the death of Col. Ells worth. An impressive prayer was then of fered by Rev. N. Clark of Ira. after which the Hag was raised to mast-head by two el derly gentlemen ore an old line Democrat, and the other an old line Whig. Three hearty cheers were then ghen for the flag, followed by music from the Band, firing of cannon, and a song by a Glee Club, the mem bers of which had kindly volunteered their services for the occasion. The assemblage was then addressed by Horace Allen, Esq., of Rutland, Hon. D. E. Nicholson of Wallingt'ord. and Rev. N. Clark of Ira. The speeches were eloquent and highly appropriate to the occasion, eliciting the most enthusiastic applause from those present. At the close of the speaking, the Marshal returned thanks, on behalf of the meeting, to the speakers, the Band, and the Glee Club, which was responded to by three rousing cheers on the part of the people. Then came more music by the Band, firing of cannon, songs, &c, the whole concluding with three cheers for the Union and Presi dent Lincoln. The assemblage broke up at about 5 o'clock, everything having passed off to the entire and hearty satisfaction of all present. Viugin'ia Weather. From a private letter from a Vermonter at Fortress Monroe to Gen. Hopkins of this place we extract the following, by which it would seem that the weather in that vicinity of country is hardly less changeable, if any, than the Spring sea son in Vermont. The writer says : The climate here is apparently very healthy, though the weather is very change able. We have one day a hot hay-making sun, and pet haps the next so cold and raw a rain, with wind, that we are glad to put on our overcoat when we go out. The day on which we arrived was clear and hot, and I burnt the tip of my nose ami both cars, in spite of a linen cap with a cape which I pur chased in New York. We have hardly had so hot a day since. But in the hottest weath er there is a fresh breeze always from over the water, fbi; we are on a peninsula. The writer says the country there is per i fectly flat , and the only trees seem to be the live-oak, which grows wherever it can find room. j THE The Voice .UDLOW COMPANY. siivs : This Company is still quartered in the village. The Volunteer are drilled t-i :ht hours per day by Sergeants Ballou, Chasi and White, and are making decided advancement in the science of war. We are informed that these Sergeants have been in the United States Army, Bal lou and White being at Harper's Ferry at the time John Brown took possession of the Arsenal, and frightened all Virginia- They are efficient dieiplinarians. The Volunteers are a fine body of men, above average size, vigorous and wide awake for the sternest du ties tiiat may be imposed upon them, and when in active service will be the first in the bight and last to yield to an unequal contest. They will prove themselves worthy of their ance-tors. A few have been lbun 1 phv-ical inadequate to endure the rigors of a sol dies hie and have been discharged. T.vo or three large sifted able bodied men will prob ably find a place in the Company if they ap ply this week, one more is now wanting to till the place of one discharged. BATES AND BOTTS. Two letter-s of U.S. Attorney General Bates to Johti Minor Botts of Virginia are published, in reply to the letters of Mr. Botts urging a truce and the calling of a national convention to devise measures for peace. Judge Bates makes an impressive statement of the outrage-Ous means by which Virginia has been forced into hostility to the govern ment without the consent of her people, and says in reply to the statements of Mr. Botts : But it sc-rLs, now that wo differ so widely in opinion tipori matters of tact, that it is im- possihle t-r ' o reason upon the same line of nrgtrr.i-nt o i think that the Lnion is already di-hed the ifttivi already des troyed ! On tjh" contrary. I believe no such thirig. You bij-iieve that a peaceful dissolu- tion of tl ( ujV., m the manner atcl by the means already; elnpiovc'l. i posi:jie. 1 t,e- lieve that t! ilnsar.e effort at national des truction, persisted in. will involve a war more terrible than any the world has ever witnessed sinqe the thirty years war in Ger many. You flunk that a great nation like this can consent to die. anil may hope to die an ea-y death. I think thar nations, like individual-, are under (iod'i great law of self defense. -:nd wii.-n pres-e .lown by superior force will die. ill convulsive agonies. You seem to think that Virginia can go out of the Union and tiil preserve her integral state hood. I think that when she dismembers the nation she will herself be dismemliered. But I will not continue tie: contrast. My heart is sorrowf ul when I eoiiicmplat the present de gradation of Virginia. 4 How are the mighty fallen !' With the o- of her power she has lost all prestige a Io. and can no longer h-ad ti e penr-le and direct the councils of other sta'i s. She remember her patriots an-1 sages of former times o.ily to boat of them not to unit:.:.- thcimlents and virtue-, but ("by i;n-t-'n-i, taith) to impute to the present genera- t;o:i tie- ii sflm: no;;, reputation o! in. giori- Otis dead. I-Vime-i !y she proudly marched in the van of all the States: now site cryps in the rear of South Carolina, an i eoii-i-nts to be detailed as a pick, t guard to mm an out post of the cotton states. Four old Virginia ! In my heart I pity. her. Already th-y I o.ist in ill - South thaf they hive t-an-ferre 1 'he seat of war f rom their homes to yours. And soon their devouring legions will be upon vo'i, toea- your s:ibstati--e and do your voting at the disunion election. Now mark my proph ecy : Unless Virginia, by a rapid revolution, redeem herself from tie' gulf that lit s ju-t be fore her, she wil be degraded, impoverished and dismembere-i. For her. I hope almost against hope." Col. Ellsworth va engaged to be married to Miss Carrie Spafl'or i, of Ro kford. Illinois. The editor of the Troy Union, once a resi dent of that city, kaew her well. H-siys: Beautiful, warm hearted, impulsive and at f Donate, she w,v just the nature to win the Heart oi' the brave, frank hearted Colonel, and we imagine with what crushing weight the news of his death will fall upon her young heart." Aid and I'oMt oRi id o u ii Friends. At the close of a Corporation Meeting last evening an informal meeting was called of the citizens of the village in response to a letter Irom Capt. Ripley to take into con sideration the wants of the Vt., 1st regiment. We are pleased to say that on this occasion six hundred dollars were promptly subscrib ed in the way of improving the outfit of the Vt. Regiment. Let the other towns of the State which have sent Volunteers, do as well and we will indulge ia no misgivings to the well being and comfort of those whom we have sent out to represent us in the field of action. UWR OF XII E l.HTE UTATF.t. BY AUTHORITY.) PUBLIC ACTS OF TUB TUIHTV-SIXTH CON GRESS OF.THE UNITED STATES. Paused at the Second Session, which was begun and held at the C'itv of Washington, in the District of Columbia, on Monday, the 3d day of December. 1HV), and ended on Monday the 4th day of March, 18il. Jamkh Bccuanah, l'reident. Jon it c. Brkckis kidok. Vice President, and President of the ben ate. William I'KSHifioroa, Speaker of Ihe House of Representatives. Chap. XLV.An Act to carry iuto 'etT-ct Conven tion!) between the United State and the Kepubllts of New Granada ana Coma Kica. Br itennrt'd by the S-nair and Home of Krprttenta tives of tkt Unittfi Statfs of Amrrira in Conrrit astn blrl, 1 hat the Premdetit of the United Stater, br and with the advice and convent of the Senate, ba!l ap- fioint a commissioner rloe duty it nhall be, conjoin t y with a coutmiissioner appointed by the Govern ment of New Granada, to investigate, adjust, and determine the amount ol the claims ot citizen of the United Stati-n against the Government ot New Granmja, pumiant to the lernm of a convention Hjgnrd at Wahiiiton on the tenth of Kepteniber, eit'htet-n hundred and hftv-even. SEC. 2- And be 11 furihrr ra't"1. That the PreMdent i or the United States, by and w ith the a I vice an I con- I ent ol the senate. ri. I appoint a secretary to caid j commix-ioner in belialt of the United M?e. versed j in the Knicli-h and spain-li Imiua arn, and the (aid j board is hereby authorized to appoint a l-rk. Ke.tJ An-i it furth'r mar'.fi. I ua the cornpn- ' nation of the re'irt-ctive othcerf. for whnne appoint- j meit provision is mal- by thie au'. slull be a" lol- los. to the ommiidoner. in full for hi fervicei, ; two tliou-and rive hundred dollar-; to the secre'ary i aud mterpreif r inlu!l lor hi services, the um of ' twothous.ii,il .I., liar-; an I tut- President 'if the I'ni ted Males si all ami lie is hereby. Hutriorize I to make such provision iu t he coutiii'ent erprieor the sai t coin tni-s ion on the part ot the United Mated i as shall to him appear reasi ahle and proper. j sL I Aft b' it furtt.T mirfrl. hat t said coin- ! mii'.iier on the pari t 'he UniU-d Mates, in -ou- junction ith the cornmis-ioiier on the part ol" New : Grans'Ja 'hall he. a:id ii- is hereV.. authorized to make all lu-eufu! rules ami ret'iiia'lons for cond-JCt-iiig the bu.iiie-s of t iieir -aid coinmi-sion ; mrhralm and retributions not contravening the Constitution of the I, uned Mates, the provisions of Um act. or 1 the provi-ions ot the said convention. j w Tj. Ami w a furii'T ma"t t. That the .Seer- i tary of Ma e it hereby authorized and required to transmit to the said commissioner och paper er rec- ' ords relating to the sid commission as he may dera proper, or as mav be called for by tha aid commis sioners, and at the termination of the commission, all the rer,otd, document', and ad other ppen : which have been brought before the commissioners, , or which may be iu tw-s-ion of their secretary .shall be deposited iu the department ot Mute frovi'ttd, ; 1 hat this section shaii not be 0 const ruel a to pre- 1 vent the coreinis-i-jner ou the part ot New Granada from dpo-itiiir m ihe raid department certified copies or dup isates ol pap-r ti:ed on behalf of his Government n stea l ot original SKt . An'i ',' a fwii'T imt' l. That upon sug gestion bv any c aunai.t that a witness who te-ti-luoov m-iy 1 e deemed impor-ant to him refuses or is unwilling to (e-titv in regard to bi-claim. It shall ' be competent f .r said board of coinnu-siocsrs to is- 1 sue a coinmi-Moti to me suitable person to take the testimony of -;i- h witue-s. and such witne.s may X compelled to appear and te.ritv- before such commis sioners in 1 i.e same manner a- i now proviledWy law- in t e r-se fit p.,niim--ion- is-iis-i Irom the courts ot the Uni'ei: States M. 7 4 n-' it .'"."'"'.' . I lit' ail acknow I edstemei.t of nui.-' te jrire- on the part ol 'tie i.ov ernrneiit ol New Granada fo claimants ntiren. of ' the United Mves, bejn ft e. tab' is hed by t.'je award ot the tjoa.'d of comuuseioi.ers. !,!! be le'ivered to the ovrnitnent of the I nited Sta'es. and loade pavahle ( thereto and the United Mat's shall t'ierupou as sume and pay to such ctaimtints at tha 1 reasurv. Lp- i or, the certihcste id the board ol commissioners, wbateoeser sum- oi money shall hare been severally awarded them, the oTernment ot the United States becoiuTnir thereby the creditor ot the l.overnraetjt 0 New iirnnada for the aereirate of all sums o asU!!ie.J and ( aid and en'it ed to resive to that en tent tne pa, ment stipu a'ed and guarantied under the third article ot tne cum entiou referred to in the lit-t section ot th:- act. Stt. ? An I if .'sr:i- mn-.fl. I hat fort be com pensation "t the t t!it:er a itborized by ttie third sec tion. and the continent xpeneot the commis sioner on the part ot the Unred Mates and for the compensation and expenses of the uuipir" U'nJer the said cnt eritiou. w hich i- required to be defrayed by the United .va'e-. aud iike'vi-e t pav the award" which mav be mde. a-crdir.? to the p-ori-ior." of tne se.euth -e'.-toin ot thi- act. such sums a ma-- be tiec-s-ery ! end tr.e hereby are appropriated out 01 any money in tl e Tr-atirv not otherwi-s appropriated- SfcO ; .lnl:s I hat the presi dent cf tie ti.r-d states. Iv and with the ad tie and consent ol t Ue Li-.re shall appoint a commis sioner, m h.ee dutvit shall be. coujointiv with a comm is-l- .rts-r spp'ipi ed l.v t he j o , emtlle;. t Ot ( Of ls Kica. to mvestjav, adjn-t. an-l determine the amount ot ctanus ol ci'.i-ns ot the United Males aah.-' the I n emm-M of I o-t Kica. pursuant to the terms of a r v, , ei t. ;i Mj-;ed at sin Jo-e. on h secoi: 1 ily o ; .1 u. v , e: t. li e. a oti il I re 1 aud "ttv SK- . 1 i .In' ir Mr.-i" ''! 1 hat the i-otiis-n-atiojitt the commissioner, tor w h--e appoint merit pro Hi on is mi.it o . tii- a :t. -hali be. in laM lor his serve-, two t ho i"aiid n hundred dv!.a,r. a ad the Prc-nleut of the L ; itd Ma:s sha1! be and he H heret.- au'horied to make ,u- provision tor the Con'ineiit expense, id the said com-His-ion on the par; ol the I :ted Mate- ts hail to him appear re issuable and proper. .Mi'.'. 11 Ant rt ',1't'i'r twlt-i. I bat the said cuimb -loner on 'he art ot the Uuited states, in Conj inctiou with the commissioner on the part ot o-ta Jiica. shali be and he is hereby authorized to make ad tietd'Hi -u.es and regulation for conduct in; the bu-ine- of thu- said commission . such ru es and refuls'ion- not c -intravrnin t tne Constitution of tb Unite i Mate-, th- provi-mns ot this act. or the (ro. .sioii- ol said contention Sic 12 1 1 ii n':i"' nv : 1, 1 1 at the seretary oi Sta'e is here.. auth rid an t re-j'iired to trans mit to the -aid c jmniissiuner sue ti papers or res ords relalui to Ihe sd commission a- tie may deem prov,'r. tir as t:i,v be caii-d lor bv the -aid rutnmi siouers. and at trie p-rmiiiiiiou ol the commission, ail tt.e rec.-nis. ici,uiei . and ail other psj-ers which have b-en t r lijiht betore the comm ssiorer. or wtiieli mav be in po e.--i.ju of their secretar .-hill he tiepo-ited in t'.-r Uepnrtiuent ot Mate r'Ti-ry. . ihatrhl- sec'loli -.'i t 1 lull he -o C ll-tnu led ytO p: event !; c jiii!ui--i'iti'T on the part ot 'os-a Pica fr m oepo-iniiir in t'l- said l)i-ur mni d-rtned copie- o. duplicate ot paper, tiled on b-hiil ol I..-liui'-rtimii t. in-',-Aii ol oriiaala. s...- 1;. .l'i '' ' r.i-;i" .a-i'''.'. I r s ':;ol; s;j-s-t- i 'ii by hnv c!.a;irv.iii! :h:it a witn-s. ili.-. i-,ti-i:i ij . - ne-ii;. ij ifu;. ii'ipt to iutu r-td-'- i: ; Hon 'ill!..: t ite-H y i:s rear-J to til- c ;i.:n t- -baits, i ioiipi t.-tit I ir -ai l i i iri hi o itiuii-.i ne-- to i.-iie ;i co:um:.--:oi; t.i -i.. -.c suit-.'e p.-j n i,, ;.-i,e th- 'es. 1 1 in .ii: v t l s -.- ;i ;o'ii-. ii'i'l s.jc i s; n-s n.av !c cotnpeiieii to n; p.vir apd f--:.l-. bi io-e " ic'i c m- Illl--lull'-ls m lii - -am- uliIil-.-a4 1- Ii w ; i t.i i-:- t I t 7 la a r: to-,' e.e 1 coj.i: i-.t..;; I; ::i t:,c j ecu- is d ' :.- I ' in: --i r -. tv ? KC 11 An I ' . ''. .r I i'i!t : : .ei -n.- I eiisut.i'ii o: t ;.e co iilsi;- si t tl - ,;, . . i . i re:.; i j -ectiiiti in ) t! " coii-i.i.'iiit i - - ; i. it- I 111 i--1 oil on t he pi t ol t t Ii 1 z I 1 r- t COIUpeils..tlol. .iod evpeiw-of the titupir" utioe.- the I sai ! Ci-r.v-ll'lon. .i. i ;itt it- ,i;.,-i ; e ieIaitl I the Unite 1 Mate., -ilea -iim- : - taa- I e i.-ce--s r;- 1 tei.r .1 they li. re'. v jr.- uppi p-i.il, 1 ,; i u .v J lioi.e, i: fie I rejs-s.-, I oi ,,r hers I- ..ppi o; : ..-ed . j I'l'i-lpjv KU i i-'j-iian 2" i- 1 i ( 11 Ai-. I.I AH AC! II iiK.Ug A l 1 fi J i '.i.SH'l. - t -r :: t Na 1 .-ri..e i.ir tt-e u.r i i. . . i : I i,,- tt.nti :. oi Jj:.e. i-i.r tie-,, K -j i, i rc-l ;r:,. s,x:v-:,' rt n i :: i ! " . ,1, il,.. (,';,.,'..;.-, I.r i ( ,. L nr. ..-..:.. f .J r.T.ot ,1 y.i.o. .. .... :.--. 1 hit t.-.e ; ol j , i;, g .u:u- I.- s: i;!-m :. i e 1,,-re..;, a prop; Lit , t .) te pit ii.it I -il, money ii. !.'."- irrMi!.. li1--. i.'.e',ie ;i;i-: i ; rist-1 Pi ii;f ;rr riidrlig t h- 1 :.T . . . ol J nil.-, i i' ot- .oi l.al; l.m li.l-i sixty -two. 1- or i ay oi c: inmi-niu, uarrn.t. .- :, i pet: . ofhe. r aini n.- jiiieu . i lie .ii- i - , 4 tor e i; s ii ' -r c- . i I t 'it s. a vy . fur un.. ion iM.r i, undi an i t.inti -, -i ht t hou- r-llld 11 f i.li loll el i M:i vli'y -.-,- I li .lo" l.ij ' or pr .-lol - lo. i. o:!i:rn--i,jii. arint . al"l 1 ef.y i lli.'fi - ar.d se-:iieii. itii.-iipiii!g eii-ii.rer- ami uiannes a lac in o to - i' r sea m r ic . one tu.iiu lortv ! u tiuiu-aiid i-i . .1 loji.-ied and hit dol.ai.- l-or sutg'.-iii.s' : i -t --atir-t aim apjilmnci- Iu.- the sick aud hurt ol Hi- .Navy, n c ' udiug t he engineer and nun Hie co.-p-. thj lyu.'v thousand i:ie buudred and tif.y dollars lorthe repair sml tiuipm-nt r-f i-el- it the Navy, two mniiou live hundred audeig ty thou-and doliait . V" -'- . i iut not more t:mi, three thou sand (liiilur- -nal he; eat ler be expended at an r.av -yard in repaim.g u.e lull unl spars ol any ese'ei until li e Lice -i v ai, I expr diruc v ol uc!i "repair, and the prohiih e c t hereof, be a'scei taiuv-i and re ported to tne .Navy L -pariuii-iit by ;i.i examining board, to be- composed of one c ip'nui tn c imiuauili d in the Navy, to it- appo.ntt -.1 b. the ecretarv oi th Navy, the naai con true-tor of the yard whereauv vessel may be ordered lor repairs, anu two master workmen oi such yard, or on. ma-tcr-w orsim in and an engineer ol th-Na-. y. t-. corUii.g toth.- i a'.ure ul the repairs to he made , -ui t ina-Ier siirkniaii . r en gineer to be iie:igi- .ted by the head ot the Hnrinu of Construction ai.d Kepairs; and not more than or c ttiousuud dollars shall be expended in repairs un the sails and rigging ol any vessel until the expedience and uece-sity oi euclt repairs ami the estitaate co-t thereof have been ascertained and teported to the Navy li partnieul by an examiutug board, to becoiu-po.-ed ol one naval ol'.icer, ai, pointed by the secreta ry ol the Na y . aud the master rigger and the master sailmaki r of the yard where such vessel u.y be or dered. ior fuel lor the Navy, to be purchased in the mode prescribed by law tor other materials, and tor the transportatiou thereof, five hundred aud tortv thou sand dollars. Por the purchase of hemp and other materials for the Navy, three hundred thousand dollar. Por ordnance and ordnance stores, including inci dental expenses, three hundred and twenty-seven thousand live hundred dollars. For contingent expense) that may accrue for the folio wing purposes, viz: freight aud transportation, printing and stationery, advertising in newspapers. Looks, maps, models and drawings, purchase and re pair oi fire-enpiue and machinery, repair of and at tending to (team engine in navy yards. purchase and maintenance of horses and oxen, ard driving teams, carts, timber wheels, and the purchase aud repairs ol workmen's tools, postage of public letters, luel, oil. aud candle lor navy -yards and shore station pay of watchmen and incidental labor not chargeable to any other appropriation, transportation to and labor at tending the delivery of provision and store on for eign stations, wharfage, dockage, and rent, traveling expense of omcer and others under orders, funeral expenses, store and office rent, luel. commissions aud pay ol clerks to navy agents and storekeepers, flaa. awnings, and packing boxes, premiums, and other expenses of r cruitin?, apprehending Oesener. per dietn pay to persons attending court martial, court of inquiry, and other service authorized by law, pay to judge advocates, pilotage and towage of vess els, and assistance to ve-eels iu di-tres, and for bills ot heal: h acd quarantine expeuses of vew-els ot the baited States Navy ill foreign ports, eight hundred' and ninet -nine thousand dollars : fVori'", I ha' the expenditures under it he foregoiug appropriations thall be so accountell tor as to show the di-bur- inei.t-by ea. h bureau) un ler each respective appro priation. I - or the purchase ofUhe ri'ht to u-e in ihe Navy, if in the (iiuiou of th fttsretarv 'd the Navy it thai, be de-uied expedient. Lavid-ou a bout losenn;. at taching and detaching apparatus, a sum not exceed in' teu thousand dollars. pur the purchase of the rihtto u-e by the United State-, I'rooxe a Oerp-t-ea undiug tj ,,ara:u-, Iie ttiousand dollars. I I- or the ba anae of the ex-ei,s-. u- the survev nf the l-thmus d Chili j'.i one thousand six hundred an-1 thirty --e en doilnr- anl eighty one cents. I-or (he purchase l tt,..- ri,'bt to u-e in ine United Mates tavy. on steamship and propeileis, iu na.y- yards.tir otlit-rwi-e, whi i,eer the tjovernment of the United Mates ma choiise to u-e the same. ar-raut s steaui-engine oerni-. teu thousand dollars: t'i vi1:d. The stteietarv the Navy stall conMiiet it expedient .MAl iK oaff. in cmmi-sioned ofi.cerr. mu ., iTieseeugers stswsrd-. and For pay of officers ii siciaus. pn ales cier servantM. lor rations a tioiial rations Icir tt.'e dclu hiug f-r servants, ad i i- year s ser to. tor undrawo clot lnus? and ra'ioue. bounties for reeunsments, lour buudrsd an I twenty -flive t hou-and two hundred and seventy -eight Uoi.ars andtlghty cents t or pro i-iou. -se-eiiry-oi.e thousand seven hun dred an liit)-uiue du ..ai- t or c.bti.ing. eighty one thousand six hundred and ninety itoliarp. I- or M-l. twecty -tw p thou-ai.i three hundred and forty-twfo doiiarr and twenty -ne cents lr or uaililaxy stores !iz pay of armorers, lepair of arms, pure-base of aci.-,Mi:erun nt-. ordnance rtoree. llags. drum-, hies, ap 1 otner iii-truliienU. ttle tliOUsaud iloliAf tor traii-poriation bl officers and troops, and ex pen-es oi recruiting. Ifurie'-u tnusfid doijars. 1-or repair- jl Oarr.i k" al.d rent ol orbees w here there are no public bulidi'igs for that purpo-e. eigLt inousauj uonars. V or contnif i.cie- fright. ferriage, toli.car- nage. whariage puictj peu-atioii ot luige ad-i lase aii-1 rei air ol boats. C'lu- ocate-. per diem oi aitendinz c .urts-iuartiai. courlr laOor. t.puse reut iu d inquiry , and lor con-'aot ip-u tl quarter.-, bunal cl ue- cea-rd latrine-, print. st4ti'-ner. po-iage. teie ol ue-erters. cil. candies. graphing, apprei.tns s;as, tepairol ga- ai d water natures, water rent, .ieniture. lurni-ute lor oli.cers" tcrage. stra -a .tiarracx qLarterH. Ped sacks. Jad-s. -hovels, axes pick, ca-- jnter- itoo.s, keepofa nous ior tne uies-enger. pay ot matrin. wa-her woluau. and p 'Tter at the hu-pi tai beadipiarter-. lepaii- to lire-engine purcba-e and repair oil ei giue ho-e. purcnaee oi iumty r lor bench es, mes, tah.es bunlt. repair- to pu' -ic arry-aii. purcU-s-sf and repair of barue-s. ga le s and cooking stoe lur me rooni-. sto.es w here there are no grates, jravei lor paraue g-ounds. repairs ol pumps, furniture lor staff and j commanding vtt.cer- othces bru-bes. brooms, buckets, pacing, and for other purposes, tmrty-two ibou-anl live hundred dollar". .tAt.V-VAI-ps. "Sti. .V-sP a. Purr, Zir Of f'iirf-. f or i a.l k .j-. twenty tl.ou'an 1 ,.ars r or mac jiuery Jjriii dollar- 1- or repairs ot man Ma-sacl,iisetTs. pji-etee I: it . -six ido lar-- chine shop, twenty thousaLd ,e barracks at hariestown j thousand four hundred and 1 or rejpair- ot all s id for!;, th :.-ai: 1 dollars. Yo-H fir l.di'ers iur iie'.v boiler-.'., u-e. -;xt'-en Ifioc-an i two buiiir-d and twei?' -ii v e iloliar- or b Jiiers lor mai-inne -hop. twe,e tuousxud live huu irei dollars I-or mac iinery lor t.ii"iery -ii'l -aw-mi.l. eight thou-aud Ut hiLdred loilar- for repairs ot al. kinns tout-, thoumn l doliar- Por re three io (air- ol all kiud- Iwe.ieti.ou-and and lorty Lars it'S'S'Sl' 1- or repairs of a.i k. 1-. went thousand dollars, of yard. :ie hunlred and j-aii 1 tour ii. i. -re 1 aul r or w a:l on we-t suit foit;. feet loug. thirtei ighty -eight dollars. I or coriiptelibg tini'ler shed number seventeen. Iitne t.'ioj-aiid ei-ht I. rjdre 1 . i eighty -ei 1 1 doi- iars. f ar completing spar I" or rela.rs o: ail an, 1- or arqount due to c :: I . twr.if thousand d'-ilar-'. laetity t jo u-atid loliars. -iira'jtor- for pron-ion store . and to cnuioiete the saitie. thirtv-six tnounaiiil one hundrel and -ixti-eigl M lur ' on-pietinz rnc lass. l-cr completing sjn-.t dollars ' is . me simp, fifty thousand dol- e-y. titi'-t-ii thou'anl dollars r- -hop, tea thousand Jol- -. twenty thou-itid dvllars :.'. !'. Por Coaiple'.iug c j1j la rs i I or repairs ,.f t:iJ i i r repairs of all k lid', tne Jbou-tnl -ioliais. HOsriTlL- fio '-.a K or repairs of all Kind-, tw u t .'u-ni b.ebuc-r-red do. iars ,V-.e Ii- Por repair of ho-pital building-, laboratory, aod aji; aralu-. two thou-aod one hundred dj.lars .Vi '-oi A I a n . ri r .a -..',!,' u . 1 or turt itarc and r. pairs, bmi.e c eaning ami w hilew a-bing. repair- lo lurcace-, grati s, anil rat.ge-. gas an J waser rei.t. and lor repaiis id a. kiod-. l ,urtiiou-aud tlire.- nundrei do, iars r or gpport .; beneaiciirif- at fie as, u:a. tw. nty -v-.iii tiiou-iiii i d.ii-,r-. H.i,.,--B'.'i,. 1 or i ; ; a.. liud. one tbvuran i i j..:- r- 1 or . . ner. at b--j.i-al. eig it th' w'XLd r.-r, -r-. ii- . 1 or ti.e co:.--ructi.:n an-l c m; leti'.i. .. work-, -tiii i tr . 1 1 -.- u r fen 1 rt pai r- a! iu: severs, i,a; ,-t 1 tna.' I ;.ie - ;.,.-., I oi Kpaiisi i a.i kind., and builJin a po i.-r t- .at I: . f icu-aiid utid foui liu Hired diiilars IVi - - r. i-'.-n l or it pairing an t gj, roving t..j::ai:cc busiiiLg. -, l.i',i..illi ie. i.sr. A:..-,',,.,. i t r s.ici 1....1- a t.-ssid-. and add. loual .'-. :t magaii.e. and U-r upair id ad k.tii-. ; -!. t i Usaa 1 live li-Jlidrel l.o ijl- i-orpa. o! sujerriiitrlident.-. 1... . u.. -trui -o;-. a:, ia,. in- cm. i -tu'.n-jinen1 u: t .. .-? era. n a . y.iid- irii -tai. ic. in- l-am.'e I at- t fcrti-.jght th-iii.-iind o: c liundreij and lourdoliar. fill t lie pliii iiiise c I l.a i:..i i! -11 uaielit - lur Ihe .-tu l'.i-..ii : f,r r. p.ir-oi tl.e ,tUv, au-l a rc t a-!i 0 uuuiii'j-i ins'.i n;.ei.,. ; - purchase of li.'.ill .1 hook-. Ill ij S. a. 0 mart-, -u I In.- l,ac- III.' ai.u i.dliui:i; tlie lam-, i -,: c lais . '.ou-auil doi ir or mo lels. drawings, and cojyiig. t. r po-'ag-.-i.eigi.l and t:au-p riaii.in; lo- ke'e .dug grounj- in order : ior nui -.i.u light, and tor all td;,c: c Uitii, g.i.t t xp. ii-,- -; a:.d lor t uc- ae - o; per ;i.i,. t-tup toy -i a' tfir li.itvi slate- Ni.al iib-s-riar.i . uuu il.-i.-i.r'iaphicai t'lvc-. iz . one ii.s run.ent tuaae'r two watcbiiia-i. and oik p Hi-r, tinie i hou.-,u I Jol Iars. , or t:t erection and tepairsu! buiMius iuip-ov.. ineiit ani pte-e'vatiou In the grounds, ani loi ci n tiiitncirs a: ihe Lnij-d stau-.- Naai Ac-.i.-iiiv, loriy-nnic- tuousaud- u.e li-JUdred siiisiMv m, ici'ur.s aid tamty tjve cents ror pitrpanug l..r publication the Aiueiic; i. N.isi ticai A.niai ac. twt n,y -Utc It.ou and igLl Luuu..-1 ud t-ig t.-iy dollars. ior t-ie i-ouipletion of the charts ol the n.-uvil li.e l.a Plata ma fionsai d uwilais. or letiiicing and pit parti.g ir ptimiiig anieti graving, unuer oir-ciion ol I ap am -inwal.atier U'uggoid, subject to the c nlroi ot tuesecntsiy tl ttie Navy in' the L tilted stale'. Copies ol the cl, i- i t ai; .-ui . e j-au 1 i' cooiio.s.ai ces made bv huu while in c-imiuikid oi Ihe Norm Pac.ttc surveying Kxpc ditioii.MLU of the 'Cora! A Ichijielago,' and the Bp preaches thereto, together witu eai.iug uirec'ior.s. report-, liy dographic, and other results, aud i br-rr-tauol.s explanatory ol the voyage, ca culaKd to le,-s-ii the raugers anil facilitate" intercourse villi the ea.-teru Mas. Clnu. and Japan, in accordance witii the e-timates ol Captain K luggjid. seven thousand seven bundled Collars : Hroroird, 1 fiat no utlica tion shall be made uu ier and by t irtue hereof ex cept the same be the result oi actual rurves, recou noisances and ibservations. made by Capt. King gold, or under his l"Monal direetion and supervis for corn plrtirig tbe poblicstio-s of ti eaarfa s,f the exploration of the North Paeine. t hina seas atwf hehnng s suits, eleven thousand six fiuudred am? eventy-to dollars u Sac. 3 sl br it further rnan.d That the tiv menrs heretofore made to tbe rlerks o ard and the commandant's clerk at the tiary-y.rds r,r Kit lery and Philadelphia, under pp-opris'io;,a iasd by Congress lor that purpose, at the t ate ot tei hundred dollar per annum, are hereby allowed and confirmed. Sac. 3. Ani t ti ftnt'ttr twmrt'4. That ihe Pie-i-dent of the United Statist is herebv aathonzej to p ace ob a retired list aoy medical . fhcer ol the Na vy who la now or may hereafter be proted to be permanently iucapab'e. from physical r uietital in hrmity, of lurther service tt s-a . tul that tbe par of officers co retired shall te the leave ! ab.-e-.ee pay of their re-p-ctive grade as it existed pnor t the passage ol ihe set ol tongressta vn'siss me pay of the Navy .approted Ji.neone. ei,-l,ieu l,nt ured aud sixty Sac 4. AnH br it furttvr mmut. That ad Tseaa ces iu tt:e uaedical coip-ol tne avy csass-d by tbe foregoing sectt'in si. all ltr n'led id accordauess mutt e-ta'i llshed Usae : l'rori-tt lire nUtllt-sr ,f l;s,,J,. cat idheers "U the setive li-t thall not - tlie number author zed b; exi ting laws SF.C Ci AH't ' it furt'iTf ntfld. 'Ibsl tlifc 'hira ecuon of the act entitled "An ai t inakn g ,rt-pr'ft'ion- foi the I'-gisi'stiie. exectifne. a-d jui;c a i-xpeiie-. of t.e Goernii e it tor the yeai ndinx tee thirtieth ! June, eighteen hundred aii-: !Xty-(l.i ' approved Jul e ; W l.tl-l.-ree, I ;gl:ee ,lil:'.r.d Xli't sixty, tre. Oi.fl 1 .e s-jlile I- P.-lehy rejseaiej. s.ceii! o lar as the said es-ci m prohibit the pun fie f pat enled ft enrin-.a towhiC'itbr sinl sictioil 'U'l sti.. I in lorce . i . An t ' if "i '! -. '. i i. at t e c on. -i-eisation cl the sJ;;...rni'ei,dei-it oi t.e .-avl a-tri- MiUIICl! rlji rllllOu I'll (.1,1 .l.s.l: be tiist rvideo bv the a -1 ot yja-c i "i.t 1. -rifes,., i,uno.-ej a.i'J bit y ' i.e. n lit ed - An aet in.kii.g appropriations I'ir tlrr onr ii,i i-.n ll.c fnfietti ol Jci-r. s-igut'l-o fiiin Ireland M-.-isio ' rri;m 'e evei.te--iitU r-t -t'ml-,-jg-.i. e . "liundie l ar i nti , tie. and tr.at tt au.ou-t ,.ecarv loj, ' h--aine 'e. ai.d -s lieri by . p ro,-i''ed . at of any luon. Ij the I.eksur u -t ot e, is p, j,r ited Sfci 7 Afll" r a'r,4 i oat s J arrj-'o- priatlous or l.eii-ili. r ilb i- i,.e il.e .ri parii.ion r pab icatjfti, of lorei,-n t;-. d gftp miin' ILX. n i be t ; p ical e r t ., ii o' y t ..n.j. tr, j,rr. -. a. b the secrttar ot the Nay, aer a rep rl frcrn three cotiiprten' i,aai otl.Ci-'e. the..-, . -hat 'lie oi igi nal 'lata for prp.-ed chart- a'e sucri a. trsj.is lit, their publication , r.i d it is ben t uau t Hu ty ct tne Si" retar tftte .Say to uiCer a luui lit tiuee i,a-a I ol.j. i - i o x au.l i.r so J rp.it up'.a itt said data tseloi- ' e .(.ai. app-oe ol any a; p 'atibl ot m one to to' peej,.atioij cr put ncstib of said cl.srtsi r by dOs'rsph c fe-ui:.. r-aij. - Aii-f o t fitrtir mti't-i. i r,at ti;e pav of Lre'cierk'to Ci iiim-.i-dhiste at a.l the Kisvv-yara shall be at ti e rate ot teie tiai.dr.d uoliara p. t nurn exe pt t oat at ' alitornia navy-yard winch ebail be at the rate ot bi'eeu I undr-d alotiars -sr aniiuin : that the laws approved twenty secou'i April. eighte'i bun -red and i;lty-lour. f'urlh Ati g jst. eiglr- n ht.udrs-d ai d tf j-tour third ot M.riL erghpen hundn d and tittj -u v. and t we f u ol J di -eig! teen bundr.d and hity eibt. if vtean.g tbe i y iif clerks and ollie- Iseri p--r c-t.t. at toe Wasr. tnc'on pavy -y aid. b.-. and the esine are f.erety . re pealed Mi lr in I ran 1 X-iat f .r T' tsr of the rf y !- a.-I lie i" herehy . a j ti.r :r ' t Ij Ca-Jse t he cou-ti ucted I r tlie I tilted (states ,Svy ataear a da. - p'it:it e l. lr tue regar-s to ell.i iei cv and ec-.i, iiii . . sei.ii 'team screw e:',-,- ii -War. 'I toe -ee-.l. 1 f.a-s. a e--e.s are raterd iii t i;t- Na. with I'. : -team power, slris g-ea-esl oral- ot wa'.e--'ia.: u ' -,;e- , Ur'eeo 1:1.', si-i p. shal I coiu'.iiie ' -ir I,-1 .- e.; m--a -a - .i. . an: e-rsrst-: p--e.J i o-Tipatih.e I" ri ' Ij-ir ci.arac'er an 1 li. i. nag and lor tl.- pi-po-e shore s, f itted, the sum t w . e huiiiir. d t hri Ln i.d do la s !se. at,d the eTt. is herrby. approprta ts-d tut t any money ia '.!. f r.ojs-jr ii-t i.ner-a i-e aj prop-nstrd to ' expsofj. ; util-r the direction f t.ie s-e- re'ary of tne Navy . 1 i. An i' f it 'tir:tT rni'lfl . l:at s, isiSCsi ol an act ent.t e 1 - An AC rn.xing ppripna'i.s for the naval -s-r . ice 'or t be ear nr!:ng the thirtieth ot June, eighteen hundred and Lf'y fi.' approve. A ugu-t tilth eighteen tiucdre 1 and ntty-four. ' re li es the mi gent at fan i -auci-co f ui-ciiarge toe -ut-e ol i.urser. a- wed as of nay i;it . nut tne same is I.er-Pv repealed Arre-riB. 1 etruan -21. lyll ( i'Ai- I.VI - I 'ah ti,. -An Act to lelut d t-j t!i lerritorr of exii.-es 11 cu-rea in suppressit.g ir.- man hc"ti;itie- ia tbe tear ei.-L lee u hiit.d.'ej and tt';. -three I r 'nn"-1 ' y ; ,4 Sni: nnl iivusr cf rsir-'o- f . . . , i ' : ss i'n . -r I -i I ' A e',e -1 1 ( H-ffJ aiU'i j'- 'I ha' there .a! be allowed aiid pail 10 tbe ler j ritory i f L'taii. out ot at.v money m the Treasury i.ot oti er i- appri-p'iated. tbe stirn t f fi'ty-th-te j thousand tne hundred aiid tweHe doilsr and twen- t cent-, to reirjrLwr.e said lerritory t r expen- iricuried in sui p-e-sji, lrjj,n 1,0-tilr; les in a--id 1 ern-ory . in be ear one t l ou'and eight i.i.i.cire3 and nny-three. being the an.ur,t so eapeis-ed less ttie exces. paid t" ' tficer- and soidiees Y said Jem i tor . i-ver ' lie is"e- a':.wed t's tbe Luted M-a'.-I troop- sern g -u tr,- Paciliceo-v't in ti.t .ame v-r j Arfii'HB. Kehruart 27 l.l AC'anaI'A Vii m. TL-jeW. : rr of Suturaar sjk.-i -uiitf.-- as luliows : lie war in the- l.'t i'.ol States is likeiv to atle-ct ('aiiiii -rv ijjVerrianv a.iii.td- J'-'iUs! V . Lowvi-r. rdt!j'-r f ! an (jtriiiiTtt iij.-i I !l' first of Its t-jfe-i-t-. will to turn i-iie itii ration frrjf.-i tiiiii to o'jrfhor-s. in i 'Irivt.' Iti- ri ttifjs.; WtjO !i tVe- se-" .Kirilt-fs. at.'i tLus err a to au'il.etit ), poj.uia'ion 'lurin-z th.- n-xt tjr-- r-r .Scror, liy. kr'-ly t rai-t the- f riff o! j.rts tiuce. Thfsf two. if ;iro;i-rly tak.i ailvci. tjf of. fhoiji'i fftnl to MimaUv Canal a- .- j.r-oljft-r. Wifli lfritv of Kmirarits with fnorify. ,thc w-aitLit-st l:ave? lifre-torir st,m to thf Wf -Tt-rii .S'ait.-.) aul j!Titv ot lu-j wi'i o-Ki 1 iDtfi-i 'itiiiiiuiiii-ati'iri. hat is to jirt-Vf nt Cana-li t'niiii h -t otaini one of tl:1 grran iri-s of tbe w-.ri-l ''. Xo'.binj hut ou own sujiirif iit-." Jin Davis iv I ...w tspnar-. Thi- Wa-liinioii orri sjv:ii!, i,t of t'l-i N. V. 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