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Voliinton City. T. c.
W. J. MUBTAGH A 00, PUBLISHERS.
8. P. HAN8COM, EDITOR.
MONDAY MORSraa:::::SEriEMBER 24, 18M.
HOW APPLICATIONS FOR AP
P01STMEHTH TO OFFICE ARE
TO BE HADE TnE FRE.NI-
.BKHT DEGLUES TO RECEIVE
In tIcw of the enorraons pressure made
.upon Tin; Presisext aloce the Philadelphia
Convention by delegations and committees,
many of which were self-constituted and did
not really represent the communities or even
he conserratire sentiment of tho communl-
i front whence they came,Tni Phesidext,
as we stated in the Retoucax on Saturday,
has been obliged to adopt a rule by which
he wdl hereafter be governed in receiving ap
plications for, and making appointments to,
office. That rule is laid down in a letter
which has already been sent to several dele
gations, and will form the text of letters to
be sent hereafter to all other similar com
The followingils a,oopy .f one of the let
ters sent to. a committee on the 20th Instant
Exaconva Marsio, I
WASarsavoa, D. 0 , 8opt. 30, IMS. J
Sir: TncPREsism directs me to acknowU
edge the receipt of your note of yesterday's
date, and to Inform yon that he wonld be
pleased to receive your committee, did not
the pressure of public business compel him
to decline all interviews with committees or
others, whose sole purpose is to present
recommendations for appointments to office.
He also Instructs me to say that all applica
tions for office, submitted in the ordinary
way, or through the proper Departments, re
ceive as prompt and considerate attention as
though formally placed in his hands by the
applicants themselves, or by others acting in
I am, sir, very respectfully, yours,
TnE MOLDIER-V ItOCXTIEH-PAY-
MEXTS TO BE COM JIESCED AT
We have already contradicted the New
York Tribune falsehood, alluded to below,
about the soldiers' bounties, and also pub
lished the official announcement from the
War office on the subject, which appears
again elsewhere to-day. VTe now givo the
official denial of the Secretary of the Treas
ury, who was also implicated in the Tribune.
THE OrrtCUL ORDER.
Taaatcar DxrABTiiBvr, )
Sept. :i, 1SC J
Jamei 11. Gugtr and John O. Tkompum, Chair
malt Democratic Slat Committee, Cotumoue,
lteDorts that the President or Seerotarv nt
the Treasury had delayed the payment of
Dounues are uniounaeu. faymenu will be
made under the rules which have just been
completed by the War Department. The
Paymaster General has been instructed to
commence pa) merit a at once. There will
be no delay on the part of this Department.
(Sigued) 11. McUiluk n.
AN UNFOUNDED REPORT.
We are authorized and requested to slate
that the announcement in several prominent
journals of the country that Mrs. Abraham
Lit. col had engaged quarters at the Metro
politan Hotel, New York city, and v.ill re
side there during the coming winter, u with
out any authority whatever in truth.
The New Necretary ol Colorado Ter
ritory. Jaxes R. Hood, Esq., just appointed Sec
retary of Colorado, was, at the breaking out
of the war, editor of the Chattanooga Oa
zette. and was the first man tried by a rebel
vigilance committee at that place. He was
forced to leave Chattanooga, and came to
Washington and becamo connected with the
press of this city. At the close of the war
he belonged to the staff of the Natio.vai.
RircsucAv. After Chattanooga was occu
pied by the Union army he resumed the pub
lication of the Gazette, and co-operated with
Governor Akdbew Johnson up to the time
of his election to the Vice Presidency.
Mr. Hood was elected to the Tennessee
Legislature and was supported for Speaker
of the House in opposition to Hon. Edward
Cooria, lata private Secretary to TnE I'hebi
dent. The contest lasted two days, when a
compromise candidate was elected. To Mr.
Hood more than any other man is due the
credit of the passage of the law allowing
colored persons to testify in the courts,
which measure was at the time opposed by
the radicals of East Tennessee. We liu c
no doubt that Mr. Hood will do honor to the
office conferred upon him.
nil' Opera IIounc.
On Saturday night tho Italian Opera
Troupe, MaxStkakoscu, director, guctlicir
farewell performance to a full, brilliant and
fashionable audience, at Wail's new Opera
House, comer of Ninth street and Pennsyl
vania avenue. The illness of Marka pre
vented the company bringing out the opera
which had been announced, " Ernani," but a
most satisfactory change v. as effected. " Lu
jretia llorgia " was given in splendid Btylc,
bringing out the full strength of the com
pany, including Madame Patti Stjiakimcii,
In her faraouB part of Matno Omnia. The
entire opera was performed smoothly and in
some passages with marked brilliancy. The
theatre Itself received the encomiums of all
present. " How beautiful and cozy," was the
commendation universally bestowed upon
this new temple of the lyric and dramutic tirt
Yesterday Tnc President appointed A. .
drew T. McBevnolds United States Attor
ney for the western district of Michigan, and
Jacob P. Lues United States Marshal for
the district of California.
TncRLow Wked, Esq., is at Willards'.
Postmaster Kiu.ii, of New York, is in
town, stopping at Wlllardt'.
IIxnry A. Smvtiie, Collector of New York,
was la town ytttorday.
Tim "Ice Witch" will appear two or three
.nights longer at the National Theatre. It is
acknowledged by all who have witnused its
splendors of scenery to be one of the most
fascinating spectacular dramas ever pre
sented In Washington,
Pa.t O0U. Doaartmeatt.
Prettiontlal Apaolotatata Hook Itlaad. Illlaols.
Janet t. Ooppi Uckport, III., Ilarvty B. WMkli"
Monmoala, 111. BonJ. A OrlBthj Bearer Dtra,
wis., Craig B. BeoUe; Koaotaa, Wit , Into ."
W.bit.ri Qoomoo, N t., Heary V. Colli Hamll.
too, N. T., Edwla R. B.rdeeni Ulllaboroojh, Ohio,
Wra, B. WiJrow Qalaej, Mats , John B. But;
Wetriea, Coaa.,Liaal Blrdiayi Pottttowa, Ptao.,
Davit n. Mltilmaoi Norrlttowo. Ptnn . Iltarr
Poilmatttr aeoeral Randall hat appoint! rontt
areata en tat alxht lloti of ittamtri and rtilroal
from WMhlarton to Rlobmond. IhU lolly i.ilorei
tat asfvleo Uftton tho war.
Tlrglala asall.MBtrMti, roaU No. dSSTNew
Gardoa to Lobaaon! flontraet la Ard.rml with Cha.
N.wVorto, of.Plkotoa, Kt.,1M Mia Jan., 8tT.
ruulU dtollnlnf, oontratl It ordarod with Rleaard
VT. BalelllT from Joly, 18J8, to 30ta Jana, 1887.
Root. Wo. 4588J.Yellow Brtooa to Loerrlllei con
tract with Chat. R. Riot till June SO, 186T.
Root. No. 448J. Dinwtddlo Coart-lToaio to
Ooodvjnivilloi eonlraot with Laclada Bnlla It or.
dored till 3th Jona, 187.
BoaU No. 1157. M.adow Blof to Nloholat Coart
HoaMi eoatrtet It ordfrod with Jamat J, Bryant,
of Nlcholu Conrt-IIoaM, Tfoat Virginia, till sola
Jant, 1887. "
RoaU No. 4418. Tappahannock to Wariawi eon.
traol it ordtrrd -llh Richard S. Avar for tali tor
Tlta llll SOth June, 1847.
At Wathlnxton CUj Put OOoo William II. Van
tant It appolnud lattor tarritr, tloa WUllaai Iland-
Maryland 3U11 Hoannrar.BladonibnrK from
HjlttiTlllaMr. A. L. MllcheU It appointed In
plaooofMr. a A. Lots.
Tho iiw and tiUnf TavltrtTillt, Carroll eonatv,
It okanftd to,ianklinvlllo, and Lowlt Llndiej ap
potolad poittaittar, vloo D. BacklaEhan, taper.
tedtd br the change.
Tlie Antletam Cemetery.
National Cemetery, held in Ilaltimore, on
ttia nOtt. ln.4- .!. 1-. t .1 .
adopted. The work of transferring the
bodies of the Union dead will be commenced
on the 1st of neit month, under the direc
tion of Brevet Lieut. Col. James M. Moore,
A. Q. M., U. S. A. Tho number of dead
that will be buried in this cemetery1 Is esti
mated at about 3,000. The location bf 2,024
of these graves are at present known'. Of
this last number 1,700 have been identified,
and fllR im M.VnMn Tlu m.:-. .!
soldier arc to be gathered from the battle-
uciuh vi Aiiutuun, oouin Mountain, snep
pardstown, Ilarnesvillc, and all the neighbor
hoods surrounding Antletam. The plan of
the cemetery is to be similar to that of Uet
tysbnrg Cemetery, being in the form of a
horseshoe. The elevated rock from which
Oen. Ie watched the progress of the battle
Is near the entrance of the main avenue of
AvitUable Fund in the Trenanry
The following statement exhibits the
amount of funds in the cash vault of the
Treasury at the close of business on tho 22 d
U. B. notee, (legal tender,) tare $1,000,0(10
V.S notoe,(IeCattnder,)modlain.... 300,000
V. B. notot, (legal tender,) email ,. ,. 8,000,000
Total tT.S. legal tend.r notet 9,600,O00
National fctnk notet 270,507
Fractional eorronej 381,573
Oold ,. . 331,(159
Silver , 1,5(10
Threo-eont solo... 030
Important to Arinjr OIHeent Com.
A recent general order from the War De
partment prescribes the monthly rate of
commutation of army ofticcrs Bcrving with
out troops, where there arc no public quar
ter, furnished by the (Jovcrnmcnt, ot fifteen
dollar,, with the exception of San Francisco,
Cal.j Washington, I. C; Alexandria, Vo.,
New Orleans, La ; Itichraond. Va ; Ualves
ton, Tevnt; and Mobile, Ala. Five dollars
extra will be allowed for the first-named city
and three for the others mentioned. The
order will take effect on the 1st proximo.
Tlnrlnir llm tvpnlr Knilint. An Ihn ,.l tn-
fractional currency to the amount of
432,000 was issued by the printing division
nf tfia IVaibi.,,. llnnD.lnt.n. Tk. ...
redeemed during tho week was 8443,300.
The following shipments were mado dnring
tho WCMIir. Tn Vatinnal 11.nl. rQ?Q AT? 41.
to the Assistant Treasurer at Philadelphia,
840,000; total amount shipped during the
The Payment ol Kol.llcrN' Ilountleis.
There is no truth in tho published rumor
that the payment of bounties provided for
by the last Congress has been stopped; on
the contrary, the Secretary of War, in a late
letter, states that he had instructed the Pay
master General to commence payments at
once. The Treasury Department is prepared
to furnish any money that may be required
for this purpose.
No new National Banks were authorized
to commence business last week. The cir
culation issued during tho week to these in
stitutions was $.103,410, the total amount is
sued up to date being $292,214,720, for
Hhiih the United States Treasurer holds se
curities for circulation to tho amount of
S.i:.2,ni;5,B09, and Tor deposits in designated
depositories of public moneys to the amount
General r.antl Olllee Opera! loua.
Iteturns from the branch land office at
Omaha, Nebraska, show that 0,048 acres of
the public land were disposed or during tho
month of August, 18CC, of which 2,100 acres
vtere entered under the homestead law,3,200
acres located with Agricultural College scrip,
4$0 acres taken up with bouuty-land Mar
rants, and the remainder sold for cash.
The following appointments were made by
tho Prosident on baturday last: George .
I lent, of California, to be Superintendent of
Indian Affairs for Arizona; William Dyers,
of Arbutus, Superintendent of Indian Af
fairs for the Southern Superintendency; and
Col. K. W. Wynkoop Agent for tho Arrapa
hoes, Chc)cnncs, and Apaches.
The Tax on Canned Heat, Fruits,
On and after the first proximo every can
of meats, ousters, fruits, or vegetables, less
than two pounds, must hao on it a one cent
Btiunp, and if it exceeds that weight an ad
ditional stamp of ono cent lor every pound
or fraction of a pound.
I'ubllc Deponltorleit UeNlgnated.
The National ilank of Portland, Oregon,
and the National Hank of Commerce, George
town, 1). C, have been designated as publio
depositories of the moneys of the United
During last week the disbursements of the
Treasury on account of the Government
Departments mentioned were as follows;
Interior, 82,220,231; Navy, 8811,500; War,
The headquarters of the Department of
the Tennessee have been changed Irom Nash
ville, Turn , to Louisville, Ky.
Interkal Revenue, The receipts from
this tource last week were $931,102.76.
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY--MORNING, SEPTEMDER -
Reunion of the Holdlen of the IS'n
At a meeting of the soldiers of the na
tional army, held at AVIllards' Hotel, Wash
Ington, D.,0., Sept. 22, 'I860, CoL Peter J,
Sulutak, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was called to
the chair, and Col. E. D.Masoi, late In
spector General of the Department of Texas,
was choicn secretary.
On motion, it was
RMOfreo!, That for the purpose bf social
reunion, and of reviving the memory of the
hardships and pleasures we have known in
the camp and in the field, we who are now
at the capital of the Union for Which we
have to persoveringly and successfully strug.
gled, to uphold, will moot at said, )vlllards'
Hotel, on fuesdav evenino next, not ns.noli-
ticians, not as partisans, but as brother eol-
uicroaujiuuricrs oi luq uonouiuuvuj um
union, and tno laws or our common coun
trythat we may smoke the pipe" of peace
and quaff the social glass.
On motion of CoL Tatmik, lato of the
08th Illinois, it was
lleiolvnl, That Mai. Oen. Morgan Ij.
Smith, Mai. Oen. O. A. Custer, Oen. John
O. Kelton, Ool. Henry L. Taylor, Col. S. W.
Owens, Col. J. R. lloon, Mai. It. O. Curtis,
and MaJ. 11. J. Smith, A. Q. M.,bc appointed
a committee of arrangements to make such
preparations as shall best carry1 out tho ob
jects pf this meeting.
On motion, it was
IievAveii, That wo do now adjourn to meet
in Col. P. J. Sullivan's room, CC Willards'
Hotel, at 9 o'clock a. in., the 24th inst
Peter J. ScLUvaa,
Late Colonel 48th Ohio, Chairman.
Lieut Col. E. D. Misox, Secretary.
An JUpIoded Charge.
An old charge, long ago refuted, has been
revived by the radicals against Oen. Custer
of brutality to Union soldiers in Texas, where
he had occasion, under his orders from Ucn.
Skerwax, to punish men for outrages upon
peaceable citizens. It la sufficient to say that
(jen. ucster was long ago exonerated by
Gen. Suerwax and Gen. Gbast from all
blame in the matter referred to.
Receipt from Catatonia.
The receipts from customs at the port of
Philadelphia from 'the 8th to the 15th Inst:
TnoREAU New Volvhe. Tickxor &
Fields have published a new volume, by the
late IIenrv D. Tuoreai'. entitled "A Yan
kee in Canada, with Anti-Slavery and Re
form Papers." It has more elements of
popular interest .than his other volumes.
The account of the visit to Canada is ex
ceedingly entertaining. Tiioreau invaded
this colony of Great Britain, umbrella In
hand, and took Quebec as well as Montreal
without difficulty. The cost of his week's
campaign was only twelve dollars and seventy-five
cents, Including transportation.
The results of his couquest are, in this re
port, laid before the reader in his most
quaintly humorous style, and deserve to find
tens of thousands of readers. Tho descrip
tion of Quebec, and the glimpses given of
the Canadian rural population, are master
pieces of their kind.
IU'Dbox Tailor has the book for scle.
Politician's Maniiai Tho indefatigable
Mr. Distcrnei.1, has compiled a useful pam
phlet, published by the "American News
Company," which comprizes tho Constitu
tion of the United States, with tho amend
ments and proposed amendments; also, state
ments defining the poners and duties of thu
respective departments of the Government,
statistics of the United States, c. For sale
by all booksellers.
I'en, Pencil, and Ncltwors.
IIeli.r IIoyd is playing Pauline at Mobile.
The Frcedmen's Bureau Is very quiet in
Tin Ohio Annual Conference of the
Metbodlet Epleeopsl Obanh oonvenet at Colntobat
on Wedneedtj next.
Tom Kiko, the ex-champion of tho Knglish
P. It , hat married a daughter of Captain Qaltt, of
tho Brillth navy.
The greatest income in Auburn, New
York, le that of Mr. Theodore P. Chut, who re
tarns 157,000. Mr. Seard'i le $10,013.
Tnx LATrsr demand of Great Britain upon
tali country will hare to be compiled with, it it
Cholera is said to exist as an "epdemick"
in Richmond. Tbo Richmond Urammrr layt to to
The Rads call President Johnson "the
Great Uturper," whereupon a friend remarks that
he will bo found the groat ore-op or of the radicali.
The Duke of Argjlc has sold his Rose
heath eitateo to a taooeieful eugtr merchant for
180,000 ($900,000 )
Jonx Penmmax, a well-known Boston
printer, died on Monday, at the tea of 60 jeare.
Tbo Traveler tayt that he caet the flnt compoilllon
roller over made in thla country.
Private letters say that Mr. Chas. Dick,
one bat been very anxlout to vielt tbo United
Statel tbll winter, but that bit anmerout home en.
gagomenta will prevent
The Atlantic Monthly and Our Youmj
FtUl for Octobertlto, are out. Tbo latter preeenta
a moit oreditablo number, while tho former la full
of excellent matter.
Pafers by Anthony Trollope, Mis Thack
eray, Edmund Yatea, Algernon Bwinburne, and
tbo "Country l'araon," are among the attrtctloot
of tho last lltue of Every Saturday.
The "Ice Witch" has at last touched the
olerk of the weather with tho "froteo band." Sat
urday and Sunday evening overcoat! wore not
amlil and Area were kindled In more than ono par
lor In thit city.
" Where's your watch, James t" " Oil, I
lent It lent It to a pawnbroker around tho corner
who wantl to look at It. lie eaji I may bava It
again If 1 abould call for It any time within thirty
Mr. Boicipaui.t's lust drama Is baptized
with tho curioue title, " Four legged Fortune,"
and tho action prooeoda on certain Derby tranaao
tlont at Tatteraall'e, which will auffielently account
for tbo name of the piece. ,
Mr. SrcROEOx has just notified a member
of hit flock that be diecouragea at much at poeelbte
tbo praotlco of returning tbankt to Ood after child
birth by any of hit oongregatlon, elnco in moet
catet It it merely an abeurd tupenttttoui practice.
The Harcwood House, at Long Ilram.li, N.
J., wet burned Saturday morning lait. Very Ht
tie furniture wat tared. Loit, $40,000, Inturanoe,
$3,000. Cauao of fire not known. Had it not been
for tbo heavy etorm a number of other hotela In
oloeo proximity eould not hare been taved.
We have bke-i presented by ono of the
oompoiitora of the Bspdblicas, who tilt under hit
own vino and peach tree In the Seventh ward, with
a peach grown on hie lot meaeuring ten and threo
quarter tnobea In olroumferenoo and weighing eleven
ounoei. That la avtry fair growls, for a bad ptaoh
IIKTWEK.X 11RA7.II, AND THE
UNITED NTATE.N. (
A letter' dated 'Rio Janeiro (A ugns(j"25,
saysi ' ' J1 r
As I close half-past threo p. m. a large
and cnthuslastio meeting' Is being held at the
Exchange in furtherance of the projected
line of telegraph from the River Platte to
Cayenne, to join with that of Collins to the
lTnltAil Rtaloa fi.vnrul Aallant aniu.l..
hav been delivered on'fhe subject by men'
of mark, and there is every probability of an
address to the Government nravinsr for the
necessary concession being agreed to, and of
mo prayer Being granted me uovernment of
jlraxil Having resolved to accept the, pro
posals of Mr. Cayman, agent of Mr. Perry
MeD.'Oollins. The meeting is attended by
most ot the influential merchants ef thecity,
BAwsunuiera, anu uepuues. is was unam
monslri resolved that the Imperial Govern
ment be urged to close the contract Immedi
ately with Mr. Collins' agent on the condi
tions proposed by the cx-Mialster of Com
merce, St. Paulo Suuza. At I was leaving
the chamber to teo tho North Amcrjpk off,
Sr. Paulo Soma sold to loo, '".Send word to
them in, tho United Statel, lint we are re
solved to, shale hands nithuiem' fraternally
Tn'leSs'tTiau' two years." " .". .
The steamer Slontank, from NeVTprk for
California, arrived at Rio Janeiro on me. 2 1st
of August"' ' ''
Four charters for freight td "New York
were made at 35s., 37. 6d., and 40s.
' Two Tnrkish war steamers had left Rio
Janeiro' fof the Gulf of Arabia.
poHcat Indorsement or thePrln.
elplea by a Ilepnbllcau Uorernor.
Stats or Mams, Eltcotirj, Oniniur, I
Acovtiij bit.' 10. I
To Lieutenant Colonel Tacmtmm 1L Gamtfi
Deah Sie: Your selection as at member of
my staff, originally, was due to a personal
tegard, bnt -not less to tho fact that you
were In full accord with tho political organ
isation of which I was tho organ and repre
sentative. Having seen fit to scparato yourself from
that organisation and embraco Views and
principles utterly at variance with those who
adhere to It, of Yvlilch number I am one! pro
priety forbids Hal the, official relation i sub
sisting between ns should continue. I await
the tender of jour resignation, that some
gentleman may supply your placo whoso
opinions and feelings nro more In harmony
with my own and the party I have tho honor
.Tho necessity for this communication is
the most painful of my publio life, severing
as it does one of its most delightful associa
tions, but It must bo obvious to you that it
is impomlle for me1 (o aifouj mytelf to he
compromiietlby the announcement that "a
member of Gov. Cony's stuff" is engaged in
active hotttltty to the prinnplee, policy and
yurttf e-umiurieu oy nirnserr.
Thanking von eordialfv
"- -jt i J v',vw J liirrigtife
Thanking yon cordially for your many
cts of kindness, and the sunnort von have
acts of kindness, and the sunnort von have
extended mo durinir vour ndminlatratlnn.
Vihich uill be hold ever in cherished remem
brance, 1 hare the honor to be yonr obedient, ser
Tnt, Bajhiel Cosr.
Murder and Nalrlde In the Vonr
teenlh Ward A 4aarrel About
a Hunt orKlalorl.
A dreadful tragedy occurred at n quarter
past eight o'clock this morning, in tho Four
teenth word, which resulted in the death of
two Italians, named Peter Funari and Alex
ander Ureni. Funari waa a maker of plas-ter-of-paris
casts, and had a manufactory in
the basement of No. 145 Elm street. Ureni
was a journeyman moulder, and is said to
have been an oxicllent artist.
Fuuari was about getting out a plaster
bust of Mndume Uistorl.whicli he was anxious
to have finished immediately in order to
take advantage of tho present excitement.
Tin's morning Ureni, who was at work on tho
model, did not reach tho shop until eight
o'clock. This enraged Funari, who asked
the workman what he meant by not coming
there until that hour. Ureni curtly answered
that he would come to work when he pleased.
This led to an angry retort from tno em
ployer, and the men vtcre soon involved in
a quarrel. Funari, vho was a large and
powerful man, advanced toward Ureni, who
was much smaller, hen the latter drew a
small, single-barrelled revolver from his
pocket nnd fired. The ball took effect in the
left breart of Funari. Ho fell to tho floor,
and some friends removed him to his resi
dence, on the third floor of No. 146 Kim
Ureni, as soon as ho had fired the shot, fled
to tho street- Officer Hynes, of the Four
teenth precinct, hearing the report of the
weapon, ran toward the house, when ho saw
Ureni attempting to mako his escape. The
officer started in pursuit, and had nearly
caught the man in Crosby street, when Ureni
again drew the revolver, and placing it against
the right temple fired, and killed himself in
stantly. His body waa removed to tho
Fourteenth precinct station-house, where
Coroner Wildey will hold an inquest.
Funari was said to be dying at twelvo
o'clock. Ho was forty-two years of age, and
had a wifo and six children. When Fnnari's
family were informed that there were no
hopes of his recovery the scene was very
affecting. Some of the children bad to bo
removed from the room.
Ureni was a single man, and lived at 248
Mulberry street N. 1. Evening list.
A Neat AirsiR Messrs. fluids & Jcnks
have in their Vtindow on Trcmont street a
testimonial to W. L. llanscora, Ksq., lato
naval constructor of tho Charlestown Navy
Yard, from his friends in Philadelphia, where
Mr. II. was stationed for a lew months pro
tious to leading the service. This picture
contains the likeness of Mr. Hanscoin, the
resolutions of tho donors, and a porfect
model of the United Stutes monitor Monad
nock, built by him, surmounted by an eagle,
all executed with a pen. For design and ex
ecution it displays the wonderful genius of
the artist. There is no testimonial that Mr.
Ilunscom can receive that is not merited by
him. He has been one of the ablest engl.
necrs and constructors in tho navy, a man of
raro kindness of heart and gentlo maimers,
ami gate to tho country some of the finest
models of war vessels afloat. No one ever
retired from a post of honormore universally
regretted. Boston Traveler.
The radicals should crow from very far
down their throats at tho accession (for a few
daj s) of tho New York Herald to their ranks.
It Is the very paper that warned tho Presi
dent, while on his journey, against their
savago intent to kill huu 1 " f hoso radicals,"
said tho Herald, " who threaten murder so
sutagcly, are none too goud to do it." The
Daily Adiertwr thinkB, if the opinions of
the Herald are not to be relied on, it is re
markably sagacious in Us judgments. Bos
A Canadian volunteer officer writes to tho
Montreal Herald that the militia force is al
most nuked, and tho arras provided uro such
that the Fenians might fearlessly walk up to
the muzzles without injury; that the men
have not been paid for a year previous to
April last, and that unless something is
done speedily the volunteer militia of the
Province will be rendered worthless.
Mrs. JIahv O. Trout, who lives four miles
set of Corjaon, in flarrlton county, Indiana, and
vbo le perhape the only tnrvlvlnff revolutionary
peneloner In tbe Btate, It one hundred years old.
6he waa born la 1768, la Hoekioghtm county, Vlr.
Slntt, tea jiari colors Amtrltaa igaintcdtaotwai
? .y to '"
FENIAN ARRESTS IN LIVERPOOL,
EMPRESS EtOBSIE CMDOIES WITH' fife POPE
. 'AT A
I Ptt lit Aojiitod bdwwi.Prsl'Hi S hoot
I I flU U I . ,
Strong Italrake for 4he Radicals.
A Onion Ceuell ftif Jprligfleld ill".'
Jockey Mnroleretl oa a, Race Cos rjte.
FEAEFCL RaVlGES OPCHolERl IT NAS01 llfl
loyiaevaoieieiaeaeeoeiateu rreee J ly t.
BMMH.VFriaftr. Sept. 21. The Kliy of
i ruwia nMjMaea a aecrw oi amnesty ror
i unary onencM. -.
Pawi, Friday, Sept .& tfipol&n
Y..UKA, Friday, Sept 21. XxLtria hij
sent Charge (TAffalres to Berlin. j ""
Utihtool, Friday Sept 12Tenilf Ji
Cotton 'hu.adranced 1-41.; sales. 16,000
bales; middling uplands 14 &-8L BreaditufTs
unchanged. UUcd corn 27s. 9aBee has
advanced 2s. 6d. Fork inactive. BacoA aud
LoHDoir, Friday, Sept 21 Even! iff.
Consols, 89 14; U. 8. 6-20's, 12 lUjfi ,48;
Illinois Central, 78 1-2. " ' '
Liverpool, Saturday, Sept 22 No in.
Tho steamship Asia, from Boston, arrived at
yneenstown tnis morning.
The Tenia brought ont fifty hoiisand
pounds stcrlinir fn cold. I
Quite a number of Fenians wtjrc arrested
here to-day. Anns and munitions ofj war,
supposed to belong to the brotberhood.jwcre
also found secreted' In various parts of the
city, and promptly seized.
Paris, Sept 22. It ts said the 'Empress
J-.u genie will shortly repair to Homo to con
dole with tho Pope.
Thcr li an .apparent) well foondtd ramor that
M. LwUtts will ntaln tot poiltlon of MlniiUrof
VrlMltm Atr.lra '
Dreidih, pt. 22 Th Caxtttt of to-dij, In
an dltoiifcl, itji th announcement of too cfncla
won of peace betweon Praul and Saxony b tro-
matnro. It admit, howerer, that good frogTeai U
Ming maae in mat airoeuon. i
FaARKroHT-oir.TBa'MAiii, Bept.22 A memorial
la being extent ItoIj signed for tho Independent
Vibhua, Sept. 22. Duke Albrooht hail been
made Commudar-ln-Chlef of tho Awtrian army.
LiTasroOL, Sept. 22 noon The eotton market
opened to-day Um firm. Jllddllng Bplands an
quoted at 13 id. Tbo aaloe animated to-day art
iu,vvv Daiei. ine maraet ior Dreaoiiauu firmer.
LostrOji. Sept. 22 noon Tho money market le
qnlet and itttdj, ConsoU e9(. The following are
tbe opening prloea: ErU'i 48 IUlnola Central!
78 t U. 8. flfe-tweotlei 72.
IntcreellnK flewa from Mexle.
Naw York, Sept. 23 Vera Crui eorreipondene
of September 11 itatea that there are no Indications
of the withdrawal of tho French troops. The 61st
French regiment waa expected to Jsave for France
on the 10th, bat only one battalion came (down
from tho capital The remainder, fifteen hundred
to two thouiand men, were ready to take up the
flag of tho Empire, Instead of tbe flag of France.
rrencn monej li being expended in large atnounU
to Increase the strength of the Imperial party,
La Rtviits, of Vera Crni, itji that France par.
mlta enllatmenta of volunteers, and wilt giro d the
Imperial uovernment anna and munitions of war.
La Ettafau says General Uraga proceeds to En
rope on a minion, and then will accompany tna
mpreaa back to Mexico.
Maximilian has also appointed a Minister to tho
The esme correspondence says It la true that
Maximilian desires to leave, but the French au
thorit.es, aotlng on Instructions from France, oh
Some skirmishing has occurred Jaat outside the
walls of Vera Oroi. At night the Liberals eome
quite close to the city.
Tbe Imperialists mst a dim trots defeat In Ml
choacan. Report saya the Imperial Gen. Alandon
loat oTerytblng. No details are glren.
The people and mercbanti of Vera Crui will hare
nothing to do with the new Maximilian stamped
The ateamer Panama, from France, brought
elsren offlosrs and ono hundred and fifty-seren men
of tbe Frenoh foreign legion. A commander la ex
pec ted from France to succeed Marshal Batalne.
It was announced at tho capital that a new cam.
palgn for retaking Matamoras and Tamplco will be
opened tbe latter part of September.
Several attempts have been made to charter
light-draft ateamsrs at Vera Crux, for a purpose
not distinctly avowed.
Tho Liberals have surrounded Jalapa on threo
stdea, and will soon attack tho city. The Ion
perlal commander there had made a forced loan of
The French are erecting fortifications on tho land
side of Vera Cms.
Colonel Tsran was within nine miles of the city,
with a oonslderable force of Liberals, and had Is
sued a proclamation to the Inhabitants of tho State
to join him.
The Liberal! hold Cerro Gordo, Puerto National,
and other points on the road to the capital.
Foul Play on a Hace Coureo Jockey Killed,
Chicago, Sept. 23 The trot yesterday between
Cooley and Butler drew groat crowds.
Quarrelling between the look eye delayed the last
hiat until after dark, when Butler came In without
bis rider, who waa found more than half a mite
back, with his akull fractured. The driver of
Cooley was arrested, as there are suspicions of foul
play, Tbe Injured man waa atlll alive, but bis re
covery Is doubtful.
second dispatch J
Chicago, Eept. 23 The Jockey Injured at tho
raoe yesterday died this oTonlog. Tbe Indications
are that he was knocked from his seat by parties
Interested In the success of tho rival joekey. Sev.
ral arrests have been made In connection with the
Cholera In LouUvllW, Nashville, and St
LouiaviLLi, Sept. 23 Eleven cases of cholera
and four deaths were reported yesterday,
NaIuyillu, Sept. 23 .There have been fifty. fire
deaths from cholera within tbo laat twenty-four
houra. Business Is stagnant and many persons are
leaving tbo city.
St. Loo ii, Sept. 23 The total number of deaths
from cholera here last weok were two hundred and
Tho Had teal Crueadere at Cincinnati.
GiiciMsUH, Sept. 23. The Southern Loyalist
delegation arrWed hero yesterday ant) had a grand
rMsption la the sviaing,
nEllUKo tO laADICALN.
Brar.FiRU, I(l., 8e$t)HL 10.20 p. m.
ThajrvaW election In Conrc9nan Cuixom's
district cBUrday resulted in1 C4 National
Union majority. llW radical majority 7at
spring was w. inequity Jonncu is INS
tlonal Union. This is a rebuke to the OUy
Council for Its late action against Tin Pats
id it nt. The Issue was clearly and distinctly
luauo ueiwccu conservative anrauicaiavtn
CeglaUttoa. la towth Carolina ParorabU
to tho Frevdmea
Naw Yoar.-Sepi.-Jl A Chariertov (S, C.)
speciastatM that the LeglaUtara adjoiiid on
Friday night. Among the measures adopted was
an act securing to freed men the right to enforce
cootraeta, tut and.bo' antdj )o, gtra, fldnee, to
contract, purchase, and leas and sell real estate
and Doreonal nrooertv. and enlor all leral raaVa
dieavttff aeff anwfcltas, aa4 V Jeff punished1 aUW
wua woiiei ior toe same ouences.
Tho next termonho State courts la postponed
limine Bpriflf.. HI JITAJJ3Z10 nit ,
Measures have also been adopted to supply vm
to the destitute", lo eetabltsh a penitentiary aystoaC'i
4 to aasriH a.aPMv.lauaii.osbtlldlag tlwj
farni.aistrtct otunarieston. ..... ,j.i
It J7,iId -iiii Tti'.j jj Jt inlaw r i
Fobtmss Moxaoi, Sent. 22 Tho effects of tho
jerai resseis. nnaoio io maae ine capes, naa iolni
.Ui'laUmVralf.''"'"''""' '"" ..Ti.
'-Ih beifd ef etglDMviaewr irt 'ttaW((UaUr
tataze)! la sathlag fonrarl their fsf.rja.t4l Optra
th. IroD'tlaa taraet oa th. beaek. near the fari.
win 'ah thi'VeneiraUoa'aiJi HitouTiij .tloh1 It
tlatjeal. .T".v.aa ar.rfsae.vOlcoa gait-
ilte $f4'Mu'(T,J,:ll!Sllj.'f,WlfV,t,tr?'1' ""
vpper plate ta neartv the tame ladeatatloaiBtad.
07 arlfled projeetlle, oraealalaab.iroa Mdp.a
.axauaa; seri4XUNDe.i.tqr.to.stasie wore, uwer
attoaltUaa retoltt were aoUd. ,
t 0(J SIa.Tr Dutlt eallvr.j,t ChleaK ( '
CeiCioo, Sept. J3.The' fallo're of the Pro
doem'Hablf U'MTlirat.,JU''llaanilltt ar. $U3,.
844 and Us.weMtifal (110,tx laolsdlog im
aotet of $23,000 taea, llgned by II. Doollllle; O.
xposuraaf ta.wortklet.aatVoC the ooacernjhsjf
created a dnldsd teatatloa.
tmt.rt.UDaj a.wa fteeei Cus.ila Tk. Fe.Ua
' Toovo.10. vT..r)H:'Sf litall vaato.'t DaeJ
. TrUtrapK aajt thtPuieromentiat Uie4 a eiroa-
lar to ido eooDty attoraeya aad pone. mtElitraua,
laatntetlax toast tvdrta.stlrariirall anntln
th. potieieloa of partiee whora ,the7 eooeider daa
Ktroat to th. pabHs 'peae,1 aod all portoar known
,.r aatpeeUd o( bsvln oopnectlop witl ta. Ftnieat
will be vitoroaelj proieoaEed.
t Thro. venlantWero eommltted to jail to-dajt aod
a list of several hundred namol, Including toroo
well-knowa eitttent, Is now la the handa of th.
polIeef aad the moit strict Inquiries art being mad.
r7 the deUetlvet In th. city, with regard to orerT
thlag toae.ota.wltk the yriaaj.
From tblt time forward over7 railroad train tad
steamer arriving la tWtltywtll boototel watched,
and tnipleloot ebaraeUra arreitod and tearohed,
and If their baatnen 14 wot tattsfliotority Slplained
thtj will b. comttlttod te, jail aadtr the kaUat
corpue act of tho last Parliament.
""A tpetJalltott1os)'r'v.a(Mratet le m balag
bald at tha Major't OOoo, la Iht Cltj IJall. forth,
parpot. of orgtnlilog a bight patrol. Tt bat bean
freoaoldtra ahl kooto-boldera, aadaritha atatat.,
decided to twe'ar 'la 160 men In each ward, well
kaowa aad that. ar. to b. drilled at loatt two
Bights In each week la tho nee of arrae.
Tht efaltf of polleo hat patltlonod tho pollco oom
mUtloatn for aa laoroato of tho pollot forct.
Front ir.vr Orliaei -Tho Dlebanded H.rj.a
Dlepveod t. Hl.tlng- Oovormor olla
AtMtaiol.tttav Eh. Radicals.
New QaiEist, Sept 22 The offlcort of the Mi
oolored fnfantr7 atferf that that regiment waa very
peaceahl7 mattered ont jeeUrday. There la qolto
a riotoot eplrlt, however, mtDlfetted among tho
nerroet la tho 0H7, whleh It owing chiefly to the
dlabandmcnt of tho 81et and 62d colored In(antr7,
who bare Juit been paid otT, and are giving them
lelret np to drink and oaronaal.
Tho clt7 la well goardtil, and no outbreak It
looked for. ,
Thlrt7.flre eabrirera have been arretted for
vlolttlng the clt7 ordinaneo b7 making a regular
atand on negro looalltlea, to itcart thopatronago of
nerrooa recent)7 paid off.
It It said, on tho autborlt7 of CoL, Edmondton,
who haa been In th. confldeno. of Governor Wellt,
that ho bat determined to lopport tho P0II07 of
olsoro of a V. . Mall Aaent Th. W.etarn
ClHOljfSATlj pt. 22 The iteamer Oeneral
Bollof tho Claelnnatt and Lonlevillo mall line,
was boarded at Wartaw, Kentucky, night before
last, by two or thfoe hundred men; who forcibly
tolled O. IV. Ferrlt, United Stetti mall agent, and
took him atboro. Ferrlt waa provoat manhal at
Waraaw during tbo war, and was lnatrumontal In
the execution of two gutrrlllat by order of General
Th. Gazette and Commercial tay ho was arreited
without a warrant, while the engineer affirml that
a true bill bad been found aralnet him bv the rrand
Jorv of Carroll county, for murder.
-.mo w.ttotr it oiear aad sold. All tbo .mailer
eroeka and rlrert art lubtlding. Tb. differtnl
railroad oompanles art vary actlro larepalrlog
damages, aad will bo la fuu operation In a ftw
Dot. TJ.ll in Philadelphia.
raiLiosirau, Sept. 22. Tho bate ball match
to-day betweeo tbe Kzeelalor of Brooklyn, and the
Olympic, of tblt elty, retailed in a victory for tho
former. Tho ExooUlor made forty-one runt, and
tho Olymplo rlxtten.
Ncntliucutw ol a. Gallunt Uulou Nol.
Among tho letters addressed to Oeneral
OisTEB, as chairman of tho Ooramitteo of
Arrangements for the Soldiers' and Sailors'
Convention at Cleveland, was tho following
irom the gallant Ueneral Wistar:
PuiLipaLrau, Sept. 10, 1860.
Brevet Xajor Oeneral Cutter and Chairman Commit
Dear Sir: It is Impossible for me to lcavo
my business engagements hero long enough
to accept your invitation to attend the Hoi
diers' Convention at Cleveland next week.
Mv convictions, however, and mv earnest
Hopes are vmu you and the objects of the.
The attempt of Southern politicians to de
stroy our Union in 1661. furnished anonnor-
tunity for every loyal man to nut himself
rigiu un iiiu rccoru, niuca you anu t, anu an
our brother soldiers, embraced, by enlisting
"for tho war."
The present attempt of certain Northern
Kohticians to commit similar rebellious acts,
y keeping our Union in a condition of haz
ard and danger, and compelling one portion
of onr countrymen to submit without voice
or representation to tho government of an
other portion, furnishes another opportunity
for all loyal Union soldiers to rally for the
preservation of the same Uniou lor which
wo fouirht as comrades during four long and
I wish to be considered as enlisted in tho
same cause for this war also, and willing to
march under the Rame flag, shoulder to
shoulder, with any and all who are willing to
strike another blow for peace and Union,
whether veteran soldiers or now recruits.
I would even trust a repentant rebel sol
dier who fought us on a fair field, but is
loyally disposed now, rather than the politi
cians and contractors who stayed at home
and robbed us and the Government through
out the war, and now have the impudence
to ask ua to share tho Government we hate
preserved with negroes, in order that they
may continue to grow fat on their verbal
Ajet our oiu comraues an unaerstanu mo
(rue issues which the l'resldAit Is taking In
our behalf. Let them understand that the
Union for which we fought and suffered, after
being, m we thought, preserved by our um,
Is now being trifled with and endangered by
office-seekers and politicians for their own
selSsh ends, and I have 'no fear 'but that
those glorious lines of blue which, In tho
cause and under the J Bag of J'tht Union,"
swept triumphantly over all tha enemy's po
sitions, will again rally Into another mighty
Union army; which will this fall .'aween be
fore it all fon to our Union,- nether traitors
of the North or South, or both together, and
thus finish with th. ballot the great work
only commenced with the bayonet
I am, my dear sir, very truly yours,
ISAAO J. WlSTAK,
'-'w Brig. Gen. Vols., U.,8. A.
... , Taloarrapalo Peal.
Th.ltniltr tho Western Union Telegraph Com.
HKytywo In working order yMltrdayrhtwghfron.
Augntta, Oa, to Bangor, Me. On part of ho roat.
wis wdrkea th,.i.traordiaary aln.lt of oat thou
saad soilat without operator, or. tataraatdlaU bat
ynitT1,nM.t,I'wki. through from
Ha OrUaat to Baagor.
,'.T F 1.0 liX L
2' ' "VAn DarimreiT, )
' ' SSJtrfAtvOawsBtfSorrici, 1
toeriiimTow, September IS, Ists.' i
ITOtlJ IHr'-REOTLATlOE! 'rO'TnTTlTatErT
.. PMNRItl rj.gbIE.in I, ACT TO MBALIZl
.0 1 BO0jr71SS,AT?E0VEB JOLT SS, ISSS.
',', 1,' Jul epplfcluqss that) be ltd wttkld tkt period of
alxK.eUe.'rVoWthe'lataayor.Oelebw. lSSt,aol be
'ftt.'.tTti.rat'iule'.ro- tie te.eh.il' ho oitaalled hr
ryortaientt, Vattrloat;T otter toparatf ' (rflllallca
eM a. asalleauo. Sl"4 Met u parted ekell be eat.
lud laUlu furaot ebjdl kav. hen paid,
til applteatlea ehell be eatertalaed autooo aoaow
pa'aled by Ui orlrlt al diKhs-ft of the toU.it, aat the
aBdull required by the lilk ettUeaM jtha Haaa4 the
ftorthv aflMarlt that hb hat aet roMtvtd,nor le ho oa.
tllltd to twelve front the Paired Ium., uatot aty lawa
otVesluaUoaa prlot to the act of July tsth, 1S9S, mere
tha. aioo bounty ror any aad a I atUttary oervlee rea
i.A by hm duriag Iko Uto rtboUIMioretaad above
tb. imtriil thaMta f.lm "' ' '
L J, 141 appllMtlooa tee thatadlUetal boualy',.uthor-
lie. y tblt a, rrtat attvlvlag eoUl.re,akaUbo la Ike
rorrahorolaarterpreaertbed, tadthoovlleaeeor Idea-
llf.a frore the Mire ef 4eeeaM4 eoltjien saalle la Ike '
form new teqalrei bjr the Treasnrjr Dapartiaeit.
V Ae eeon ae the exaalaaUea of Ike etalne ef aay
reftaieat, or etker laAeeasteat org aalsatloa. aaall aate
P vroprl acUl pea,tke fajBaeter Oeaeral aball
take tbe Moeeaary eteae foi IkeU preaipl parateat.
0. A reirtetet --ail kept la ike W'auUr Oea
erat'e Ofiee, aad alee ta Ike efflea ef tke Beoead Aadl
tefefall ela4a.e preeate4 nader tke law, la wkkk
IkeelalaiaaUwUIkeelaatlled kf r(la.eaU. Aa. If
tke claim be alluwed, tke anoaat ef keaatf paid lo
eack will be BoUd, aad If rejeeted. Ike eaaM o( rejee
Uoa will be dUtlae U elated.
6. la tbe application for boaatf. ae reqalted if tke
$d of tkeae rale, tbe afldaTltiball etate eaeb aad erery
period of eerrlte readered tip tke claliaaat, aad alo
Ibal Ae aever rred otberwlae Ibaa ae taoMla etated.
t. Orfaiftloa Irregularly ta tke eenioe-'of tbe
TJelt'd 8taU,or called oal for ipeclal parpo, ae
State alllltla, Hone Uaarda, Ae ,aad aot 1 a laded la
tkegeaaraLbosatp law, are act taeloded wltbla tke
neaalagof the .act.
V tVoUlar eali.ud for "three peart or darlajtke
war. ' who Were dUcbarcd bp raaeoa of tke UraUaa
tloaof tbowar.ebaU beeoaaldered a ba1ag ' ktrted
oal t-e period ef their eallitiaoat. aod are eatltltd to
hoaalp aader tkU aet.
. The nlaotitpof klr,clala.anta for keaalp nadr
thUaet, mott proveat bare etlated at Ike date of
lt.puage. faruUehallreeelTeyofa.t'y the boaatf
to wblh they nap be eatltled aa kira Bale the
father kae abaadoaed Ihe epport ef kle feinllp, la
which awe llahall be paid to Ike mother, Hoa-taal.
daaeo la the UalUd tutta akall aot be a. bar to the
clalneof belre, who woald oiberwlae legally laberlt.
Tbe provlaloaa of the act esclade from It beaelu the
follow tag etacaeei
1. Tho who, after aerrlag the fall period f of thalr
ealUlmeat, were dUhoaotably dlacharged at It eap.
3. Thoae dlbarged doiiag ealUltaeat by way of
fa Tor er paalakueat.
8. Thoae dlaeharged oa aeooaat of dlaablllly ooa'
traded lathe aerTlce.bat sol ocealond by wooada
roceivad "lath lUa of duly," who shall not lit.
prevlooely aerrad two vr tluce yaar reapaotlvaly al
4. TboM dUcha,r,jad oa account of dlaablllty ezlatln
at tbe ilia of their ealutBiaiet.
. The heir of tho who hare died ataee thalr dle
charge of woaeda or dlsaate ool coatracted la the aer
vice, and la th line of dnty.
9. TbeaarrlTlag eoldier aad kelreot deceased aol
dlerawbo, ttadar prevloaa lawa, have ratal 4 or ar
eatltled to racelte a boaaty of nor than lino from t!
7. Th ear? Irlng aoldlere, aa well aa th heirs of d'
ceaaad aoldlara, whan aaea aoldlara havebarwred.aold,
aaalgafd, loaned, tranafarred, xchangd, or gUn awa;
thalr laal dlaahargo papers, or eay Utrat la th
boaaty provided by this or any ether Aet of Conk-rasa,
6. The Act of th foil, of Joly, ltWfl, create no rlghl
of Inheritance bayoad too Tatd by th law unjci
which tbeae hurt reoslred or were eatltled to rol
th original boaaty. aad dahara certain claasas, brotherd
flfl imiatrtl aaf llatlpol Ikial nartirsi Sintlllaul Ia VAailwal IViafl
original bounty, from any claim for th addltlonaffB
bounty prorliiea by tola Act. 1
Raspactfally rafarrad to tbe Altoraay Oeaeral for hla
opinion oa tbe point whether the Balea aad Kegula
Ilea a wlthla aueaded are In conformity with law.
EDWIN M. STANTON,
Secretary or War.
I hare eiaalaed theaa amaaded Begalatloaa. and am
ef eplnloa they are la conformity with law.
The foregoing Knlea and Begalatloaa are published
for tbe Information and guidance of all concerned.
By order of th Secretary of War t
B. D, TOWB6BND.
Aaalataat Adjutant General.
AFTL10ATI0 OF DlaOBAaniD BOlDIia POB ADDITIOHAL
s5(af o - i i. Cuunty rf tt:
On thLs day of , Ibo-, personally appeared
before me, a In and for tbe county and State
aforesaid, , of . la the eouaty of aad
gut of, paraoaally known to ue, who being
daly ewora aceordlag to law, dclara that hi age la
year j that k 1 a resident of ' county of ,
BttUof , aad that b la th Ideatlcal who
waa aallsted a, a In Company of th ragl
moot of -, to aervefor the period of , and waa
dl .charged from th service of th United Slates, m a
at ; on th day of , ISA-, by raaaoa
of -.., tad thalh ha a gala allstd as a la
Company , of th rgtniat of , to for
th period of, aod that he was discharged from th
service of the Valted State as a at , on th
day of , 16-, by reason ef , and that
there la additional boaaty of due him uader the act
of Cong rasa, approved July 2A, 1804. And he doaa fur
tber declare that be bee not bartered, sold, assigned,
transferred, loaaad, achaagad, or glrta away hi final
discharge paper, or any latrt la th bounty pro
vided by thlaer any other actof Congrats, that b haa
aot already received or la entitled to receive any other
or greater bounty than 9100, aad that tb statement of
aarvlca above given 1 a correct aad true atatamant of
any and all eervlea rendered by Lhn during th rebel.
Uoa, aad that h ha never served otherwise than a
tUIa and he dsalrae all eommualcatloB coiieeralog
thla claim to b at (o him at . coaaty of
and Stat of ----
Also personally appeared befor ma and ,
of th county of and Stat of , personally
kaowa to me, who being duly ewora according to law,
declare that they have Imi for yeare aequalatad
will. , the above named applicant, who waa a
In Company , of the regiment of , and
knew him to b th Identical parson named lathe
feragotag declaration, and thai they hav ao I a tares t
whatever In tble application.
Stgnaturtt of wetttutttt,
Sworn to and subscribed before me Ibl -.day of
I ciBTirv that , bafir whom th fomgolag
declaration aad atfldavlt were made, 1 a -, duly
authorised to administer oatha, and that th abov la
In wltaee whereof I bare hereunto aat my head and
official eeal, thla - day of , IS-,
t, a , Clorft f tht
T""llOSB WISHING A GOOD AUTJUIsK
f TSiS, CorfEES. or Sl'lClU, at raaaonabla
ratM. will do well lo call at tha Pakln .! a v..
6lorj, B9 Seloth itreet, btwea D aad B. aaU Iw
NEW AND GENUINE RTOflk'nP
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