Florida union
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 Material Information
Title: Florida union
Uniform Title: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Weekly union
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 13-63 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W.C. Morrill & J.K. Stickney
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 1865
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1864.
General Note: Publisher: Edward M. Cheney, <1868>.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Rowell, 1882.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 6 (Sept. 24, 1864).
General Note: Supplements accompany some numbers.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002038457
oclc - 02707184
notis - AKM6247
lccn - sn 83016252
System ID: UF00053711:00013
 Related Items
Related Items: Florida union (Jacksonville, Fla. : Semiweekly)
Related Items: Jacksonville tri-weekly union
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida union

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;persons who have made raids into the tinker held for may be hereafter' clamations: dated respectively the 8th of: De :

.:. IS PO3M3IIED RVE11Y SATURDAY MORNING BY States from Canada. T been ensued in d..s- vertigo as choosing aforesaid delegates to any State con pounded by President Johnson on the procember ;'

J. K. SfHSKNEY. t-oyingthe com .er e of the Uni el States Jed: as an elector no person shall he quali- ISM, and the 20th of 3Iareh, lbG4rommouly ;\
or : be
the lakes and eligible as :1 called the
ipon raters that separate iht "Amnesty Proclania
TERMS : :member of such convention .. !
British Provinces unless he has- tious.
the United
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Two Dollars Annum in Advance.No -ates :
per previously taken and
less than! : Three month*. Twelfth All subscribed the oath 01 No doubt, he '
'1'bi ription ttken for persons who at the time when ;amnesty, as set forth in says, many persons did,' lie- '.
Single copies five cents. they seek to obtain the benefits hereof by clamation the President's pro tween thc-se- pe iods, take the oath who [) V"RTJI1J1'fG! : taking! the oath herein in May 2fJ, 1Bm;,and is a voter, quali I ant have done so had the original
> prescribed, are fied proclamation ,
of Ten \Vonpariel U ( OrOe as prescribed the -
Two dolhr S : bv Constitution
per run- and contained
.. firs intertien : : military, naval or civil confinement the exceptions set forth in the :
,.. occupy! .!? the Mine ep c pr custody laws of North Carolina in force
, imc-tinn. or under bonds immediate second. What the rights of those
dollar for each s-ibseqn of the civil military before who took ;
A liberal de Inct oil .,.ade to permanent advcit sers. or naval authorises, or agents of tile United ly the date of the the 20th day of May, :\. D., 1861. the oath in that intermediate spce: of time; :

, jo; PR UNIT NO States as prisoners of war, or persons detained ion and the said so-called ordinance of seces md who could not have taken it alter the _
*-; In every strip, neatly and promptly executed.PROCLAMATION.. for offences of any kind, either before or at or the legislature convention that be, when convened 'GUi of March, is purely a judicial question. .
ter conviction. may thereafter assembled The facts in such cases are accomplished

A1IyESTY Thirteenth, All persons who have voluntarily electors will prescribe the qualification of and the rights arising out of these facts are

WASHINGTON, May 29. 1865. participated in said rebellion, and the estimated office under, and the the eligibility of persons 1 to hold attached and become rested. The Attorney E
and laws of the General, after
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES value of whose taxable property is State considering the proper opera.
a the
power people of the several tion and effect of the
OP AMERICA.A over twenty thousand dollars. States two proclamation should ,
composing the Federal Union, have be issued. Persons he
Fourteenth All should
PROCLAMATION.. i ersons who have taken says not be
rightfully exercised from
the oath of the origin of the invited to take an oath and to with '
Amnesty comply
Whereas, The President of the United President's Proclamation prescribed of in the Government to the present time. And, I do terms undor which they cannot obtain firm ;, -
States on the 8th day of December, A. D., A. D. 8th, hereby direct : legal rights.
or oath of
Eighteen hundred and Sixty-three and on the government of an the United allegiance to the FIRST, That the .null itary Commander of It is eoH.-cially due to those who have heretofore I

26th diy: of M arch, A. D., Eighteen hundred date of said proclamation States since the the Department, and all officers and persons and would now avail themselves In '

and Sixty-four, did, with the object to suppress thenceforward kept and and who have not in the Military and Naval service, aid and good faith of the benefits of pardon and amnesty '
maintained ,
the existing rebellion, to induce all perSons inviolate : provided that the same assist the said Provisional Governor in Gzrrying'intoeffect that another proclamation should he '

to return to their loyalty, and to restore be made to the President special for application this Proclamation; and they sabstituU, covering the now past. Persona '
the authority of the United fc&ites, i issue proclamations pardon by any are enjoined to abstain from in any way who have been constantly engaged in
person belonging to the
excepted classes curl I
: offering amiesty and pardon to hindering; impeding or discouraging the loyal lion should know distinctly what '
s'ichclemency will be they are
certain persons who had directly or by implication as liberally extended as people from the organization of a State to do, and when and how tliey ; t
be consistent with are to cki'it;
may the
I facts of the + .
participated in fie s lid re )ellion, and as herein authorized. to free.titeinselvcsfrom punishment
and the if1lh
Where Many >rs ms who I peace and dignity of the United State. SECOND, That the Secretary of State in to e
p' ra; so engaged The Secretary of State pro- or part, or reinstate themselves 'a be
in s li 1 re )ellion,h ive sin:e the is.;u nee for will establish rulesand ceed to put in force all laws of the United fore the rebellion. Such as Have been affected
of said proclamations failed administering recording States, the administration whereof their
or neglected to belongsto merely by treasonable
i the said associations
take the benefits offered thereby* and, benefit to the Amnesty oath, so as to insure its the State Department, applicable to the should be absolutely forgiven. Appropriate ,

l Whereas, Many persons who haVe been people, and guard the government Geographical limits: aforesaid. conditions should be appended to the
against fraud.In pardon
justly deprived of all claim to amnesty' andParloa testimony whereof I THIRD, That the Secretary of the Treasury of many; the grace and favor of the government -
thereunder by reason of their have hereunto set proceed to nominate for should be
participation appointment as- now large and
hand an.! caused the generous,arid ,
directly or by implication in said rebellion States tc) be affixed. of the United lessors of taxes and collectors of customs, the operation and effect of its proffered mercy :
:: ,and continued hostility to the Government Done and Internal Revenue and such other officers should not be left uncertain. :
of the United States since the date at the City of Washington, the 29th of the Treasury Department, as are authori- ,I As a measure to aid in the suppression: :of

of the said proclama'ion, now de3ire to apply Lord day of May, in the year of ourL. zed bylaw, and put in execution the Revenue j i t the rebellion, the late proclamation has clone t
[ One Thousand
for and obtain amnesty and pardon.To tired and Eight Hun laws of the United States within the geo-I its full and complete office. Now: one is desired .,
the end, therefore, that the a ithority of f Sixty-five, and of the graphical limits aforesaid. | to aid in restoring order and jre-organi- ,

the Government of the Unite 1 States may 1 lie Independence the Eighty-ninth.of the United States In making the appointments, the preference I, zing society in the rebellious States. ,&(;un- '1;

restored, and that peace, order and fr -edom ANDREW shall be given to qualified loyal persons struction is not needed. The word con'eys : I

. m ly ba establisiicd, By the President JOHNSON. residing within the districts where their respective I an erroneous idea. The construction of this I

I, Andrew Johnson i, President of the United WM. H. :- |. duties are to performed; but if suitable government is as perfect as human''' wisdom ;

Suites, iO proclaim and declare that. I. herebygrtinVK .. ,> SEWARD. ., Secretary of State residents of the districts shall not be found can make it. The trial to which its,rower :. J
, .. > 'all' -1 perwwa ''idh>7 have 'directs or .CII then persons residing in other States or des t and capacities.have been subjected in.this ef- ,>

lalire tly pirticijMtel in the existing rebellion -Eccdnstruction* in: North- Caroler tricts-shall.pe appointed. 1' I fort. tr volutton.und.dL menii er Dc:1.: tpr 3 :
,except hereinafter excepted, amnesty I WASHINGTON,.May" .20. FOURTH- That the PostriinBter'General pro.ceed .- with what wisdom its foundations i $iivea>
pirJon, with restoration of all rights of property By! Hit President lithe United.States of America. to establish post routes, and put in exe laid. Ours is a.1HsK to preserve 1' nIICI ples ;;
except as to slaves, and except i in A PROCLAMATION.Whereas cution the postal laws of the United States, t and powers clearly and well defined, and that :

cases where legal proceedings under the laws within the said State, giving to loyal residents have carried us safely through our past!: trou : )11 I '

of the United St tes providing for the confiscation the. fourth section of the fourth the preference of appointment ; but i if bles. Ours is not a duty to reconstructo i)? to : ...
of property of persons engaged i in article of the Constitution of the United suitable residents are not found, then appoint change. Society in the Rebel States has.not ;

rebellion have been instituted, but on tbcoalition e States declares that the United States shall l agents from other States. been, and is not now in a normal condition, : II I'

nevertheless, that every such per guarantee to every State in the Union a republican FIFTH, That the District Judge for the.Ju nor in harmony with the principles of our '

son shall take and subscribe the following form of government, and shall protect i dicial District in which North Carolina is i government. That society has rebelled I .aj

oath or affirmation, and thenceforward keep each of them against invasion and do included, proceed to hold Courts within said against them, and made war upon the principles -

and maintain: the said oath inviolate, and mestic violence; and State, in accordance with the provisions of and powers of our Government. In so I

which oath shall be registered for permanentpreservation Whereas, The President of the United the act of Congress.The doing it has offended, and stands a'convicted :.

and shall be of the tenor and States is, by the Constitution, made Corn Attorney General will instruct th culprit. Mercy: must be largely extended.e .- ,

effect, following, to wit: wander-in- luef of the Army and Navy!, as proper'officers to libel and bring to judg Some of the great leaders and offenders only ; '

"I, -, do solemnly swear, or well as Chief Executive Officer of the United mentconfiscation and sale, property subjectto must be made to feel the extreme rigor.of the ,

affirm,in presence of Almighty God, that I States: and is bound by solemn oath faithful confiscation, and enforce the administration law, not in a spirit of revenge, but td put"the : .
will henceforth faithfully support and defend Iv to execute the office of President of the of justice within said State, in all mat seal of infamy on their conduct. iB tit t the l

the Constitution of the United States and the United States, and to take care that the lawsbe term within the cognizance and jurisdiction of mercy extended to the great mass of the misguided Ii M I
faithfully executed ; and the Federal Courts. people can and should '
Union of the States thereunder, and that I be so used as ; .
will in like m'inner. abide by and faithfully Whereas, The rebellion which has been SIXTH, That the Secretary of the Navy to reorganize society upon loyal? and freedom : I
>support all laws and proclamations which waged by a portion of the people of the United take possession of all public property belong loving basis. It is manifestljr) their .,

have been made daring the existing rebellion States against the properly constituted authorities ing to the navy department within said geo good and the good of mankind" that this

with reference to the emancipation of slaves ; of the Government thereof, in the mostviolent graphical limits, and put in operation all should be done. The power of pardoriTand :I:' i.

so help me God." r and revolting form,but whose organized Acts of Congress in relation to naval affairs mercy is :),adequate this end. Slich'condi- .

The following classes of persons are excepted and armed forces have now been almostentirely having application to said State. tions precedent and subsequent can. ga11y : c

from the benefits of this proclamation:. overcome, has in its revolutionaryprogress SEVENTH, That the Secretary of the lute and properly be appended as :Tvill ;zo&, out : ',
deprived the people of North Caro rior'put in force the laws relating to the the spirit of rebellion and '
First, All who are, or shall have been pretended in bring society uv i '
civil or diplomatic officers, or otherwise lina of all civil government ; and I terior Department, applicable to the geographical these'States into perfect accord withitfceKise .
Whereas, t becomes necessary and proper limits aforesaid. and thoroughly tried principles' of otuGov
domestic or foreign agents of the pretended ; ,
Confederate Government.: to carryout and enforce the obligations of In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set ernment. If this power of pardon.wisely ;i .: .. "

Second, All who left judicial stations, under i the United States to the people of North Ca my'hand, and caused the seal of the United used, peace will be established upon :a sure : -
the United States to aid the rebellion. glens, in securing them in the enjoyment of States to be affixed) and permanent basis. I -
a Republican form of government ; Done at the City of Washington thistwentyninth.day .. .
Third All'who shall have been ,
military or The Treasury Department.Hon. .
of said Now, therefore, In obedience to the high] of May, in the year of our T '
naval officers pretended Confederate ., C. Callicot, Supervising Special :
and solemn duties imposed upon me by the Lord one thousand eight hundred and _
Government above-the rank of Colonel in sixty- Agent of the Treasury Department J,wrivecJ
Constitution of the United Statesand forth five,and of the independence of the United j
theism Lieutenant in the from l
or here yesterday HiltonHead..
navy. : morning,
of '
the ..
enabling loyal of said
FOurth, All who left seats in the Congressof Purpose organize a State people whereby States the eighty-ninth. He has been assigned, by order of e ecre- : '. I'I
the United States to aid the rebellion. government ANDREW .JOHNSON, tary of the Treas ry,;; o,the' supertftijm of ; f'
justice be established domestic '
may tranquility the President (
Fifth All who or tendered By : Eighth Special.Agency jwhich'camj J the .
resigned resignations insured and citizens isea t :i
of'heir comimsisons in the army or loyal protectedin WILLIAM H. SEWARD, Secretaryof slat e. State of South Carolina and so mud 'of the
all their rights of liberty nnd property ; ... of lies 'and \,\ I
of State
the United States evade in Georgia as East'Vof the
navy duty resisting In. :
I Andrew Johnson
President of the United i- Tbe Amnesty Proclamation.. Judicially i it
of River
the rebellion. valley Ogeechee including the
States and Commander-in-Chief of the t
&u & All who have in Considered. city of Savannah. His office wftf a at t
engaged any way Army and Navy of the United States, dp 70* $" ,
in Charleston.
treating otherwise than lawfully prisoners hereby appoint William W. Holden Provisional WASHINGTON, May 29.
of war persons fonnd in the United States Governor of the State of North Carolina Attorney General Speed has given an elaborate Mr. Callicot has had long experience! aa si't t

service as officers,soldiers,seamen, or in other whose duty it shall be at the earliest opinion in response to President Johnson's Special Agent of the Treasury Department t:" I ;

capacities. practicable penod to prescribe such rules and letter of the 21st of April last. He argues Helena, Ark.. Vicksburg, Memphis awtNashville. ; I ,

Seventh All persons who have been or are regulations as be and that the right and power of the President ,
may necessary proper
absentees from the United States for the boundaries of the f\flh Special., gency, J
purpose for convening a'convention composed of delegates to pardon and to issue any proclamation : :
of aiding the rebellion. of derived from which remains under the supervision of Mr.. if
to be chosen by that portion of thepeople Amnesty are the clauses 3
Eighth Alfmilitary:and naval officers in Browne, have been modified, so that Y coDpris *
of said State, who are loyal to the; inthe Constitution and the: act of Congress, x
the rebel service ,who were educated bvthe United States, and none others, for the ; which he quotes. The high and necessary '' the South and East part of Ji'J., including _
Government in the Military Academy at West pose of altering or amending constitution pur power of extending pardon and amnesty can i I Key West and so much of :the State J .- ;
Point the United Naval Academ of Georgia as lies South.and West of the valley ,
States .
or Y thereof, and with authority to exercise within i never be rightfully exercised so as to make "." ,
Ninth, All persons-who held the pretended the limits of said State all the powers necessary the President say to offenders against the of the Ogeechee.River.-- i.
offices of Governors of States in insurrection and proper to enable such loyal people law : "I now offer,you'a free' 'pardon for the To ttail For Eerope. ; tl

against the United States. '' of the State of _North.Carol'na/tq: }.restoresaid ,past'or at any future day; :when you shall 1, John G. Nic lay,'Esq.Consul ,to *Paaia
Tc tth. All ,persons who, .left their homes State to its Constitutional relations to from baffled hopes or after being 'foiled in and Major John'Hay' cretary. of Xsgatloa- ;. \

within the jurisdiction and protection.. of the the,Federal Government, and to'present such dangerous and bloody enterprizes, think proper to France, will sail from New York m the

United States, and'passed beyond Federal I.a'Republican form of State- _Government as to accept,- I will give you a pardon for thethen City of London on the.24th of June, en route

military,lines into,the so-called. Confederate will entitle the State to the guarantee oft he tpast:?.' When:men have offended against to Paris, to,enter upon the discharge of the.

States for the purpose of- aiding the- rebellion.Eleventh ,United States therefor and its people, to pr k their appeal Is .for.' mercy, not. for duties severally assigned to them -m Presi ;: .

All persona who ,have been .engaged I'I tection by the United States inatinvasi; a'ustice.. .. dent Lincoln and subsequently! "ratified by : :

'I", in the destruction.of.. ,the,commerce.., of I 1' insurrection and domestic violence, provided f I He proceeds to consider the questions pro- Presldent Johnson. ; ,4 ';i'OYi'

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tf tr. DRVls" ; uaAae&m Tlie: following private .
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i.; Jf, r4u r t' il ll\tt'l+ jI A"' .,J .litto'L1ght. "'":c"P.jt.P" ( ; i'}, ; nders .1 thatthe-bQ.Jnafleof| this yety iiri*, ilaced in our hands. As representing a

C-j f ,ri .... I IJ Ii : reliable authorit j "thaon. ; \ reporfwin : ofc confinement has1lotyeVbeen l arge section of Southern feeling, and, we
'H .._. 1. "place
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it has lelieve
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dfly.n8t\.di6covcry ad
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tl JACKSONVILLB.Jjt 17t'1& I upon'die information by een stated that or in tlHOld known Southern gentleman,whose name were
containing it;'of":,..or,-,:: ceH in the penitentiary building ibut
: as
Iriver of the Wagon ; he will be requested not to publish ; presenting

\ THE PtlESIDEXT-S PROCLAUATI1ANIk1tECOrSTBi /\ tioiLotlhc privat.Q Baggage of.the laic reHcl 1 Capitol possibly however ,and- a strong reflex of the.opinion of most

DarC > !.!) .; ; '' consisting'f'w )\U'ohMh faotiirgnfoTrnary-crimma. the intelligent Southerners_:who,_did not.ttlke
Fla. qf;
\1\ Gainesville .
\ fent issue theprocla- President i near :;onjfrnt sit in the cro "J'I' .- ;-. /i personal share in the late unholy war,
\ We publish in our.pr ) 11n'resind ihe1trunk, CQ utaslimlip A*, i- j.jiUi.ri..:A ad.'-.5----: r : wWARDEPAHTMF a .
mationd of President Johnson upon the two Thewagon it is exceedingly interesting: ,
letters and papers. "7; t: Gn.;Mnr24:1PM.
ORRIIAr 1r.N..l,8i'K
: private FrcOl-.t<'RIt ,
important RA1
) esJ..rJ t n c i,recoil, ._ \_.- ,, 'onDEn OR TIJE' rsc
irpppttant..subjeCl&.9..t.ntl vdrr
to havebeen r
I."r 1 containing"tlus1; a seems p It nt J\t er 9\1! ycrtrs of tlJit Jer
... which iiididduaifejnay : gage 'T,,:: ) J s( p
tion! -embracing the terms by 'and whentuJiKY8 : Jt" trial I rejoice] to resume our broken eorrrs-
r in-advance'of the Hying party G *'KR. I* ()rj iCE, '
I return to their allegiance! and :ADJUTANT ) ntleiice.' Your fearfill predict ions of A"JiI,;
..receiyfecl.it 1 June G. IFGfr: '
'I : ofRavis!' ,capture .Was WASHTNGTON, The
aiUtttOifbllyr rralfrrOi result -
have :
reestab- 1861
Bia-tk .vfhtch had nominally seceded, was abandoned\ \ by the ptnties'in: charge.of it. Tifc i Drfshners; Wfvart 11Ternl, ..pptd has not surprised .me, for I have long
i liiiWliiiir relations with the Federal \ disohaiv+ti under the of lefnuue
be Wrta'nties
General-"Vogdes, acting upon information I in the North will rpqtr1f't1f\pJ ;; .:: since reckonesl.P.tYifr. '

.1 IlI ,. sent Capt. Bryant;, f)11oyin!,r TP0'111f\ti 1lQ 1\f1n ami 'ih.urbibVmf( a.mihern readers
(iitnislied "the liver rehr1 nrpm-
oy of end of wl-.ich
hears .eYideiuc; i.tc-r'A'lt enlisted men for protracting a struggle/Hi*
proclamation .
i.iTiie amnesty and takeit j .
jlurshal to hunt it up of trPretw-l
I AssProvost and officers nnd-'fwmen evidently only: ovestioru f of time and
cf'iarer\il.tlionglit* and mature deliberationaaiiVefebl ; succeeded in, securing discharged taking1;tlieoath was and friP11ds
I in charge; The Captain nnvv, will be upon .. eqdnranqef Th ..evil finds us our
.r,', *' :. 'certain' that it 1 will meet*the hearty' i } it rind.returned in safety on the following of f'i"P1"". in this vicini'111' p ti'FIJ; 'pjjcondiilioij fhanthrftoinhtrnerageiveTatly. !
A ** -* and. approval the'loyal people thc documents S*c'o'l J-( ffl'prQ'of the r< hr'1' By Iood.fOJ(1

o.M Florida.urnjnce. .. :; davVcunderstand! ,.-. ; .., .. tliiit. '. 'above'the crrade'of C ptflin. nfl. ff., tP'l+eliPd 1 t1'i is community caped the'ravpges of war.

oft the Will! be fonvarded immediately.'ffViishirig- 'navy'not-1 h"'o the'st'adr of T1"1tni' (;'P''of This city i is be opy] .pto]: ecof.nny rnagijiti g
J I.TtftKy Sure, the pi rsonwho can pass hrtve'fftflit'cd: nt "fh<* Tft1Hl'd YIPt halo
11rh :!
ton.i.. '- ( Ci .' _1 L" Srniib timt. .1\ss uitrCd.An .r.e
\os e' t:work.pV those fourteen exoeiltions l !! ; .... : N'.!' .. .-,.. . States."Military or Navalos A'qr'pmv,'aP'', gn-.p for_ an.mdnmeut.u 1'1 ttrrrnTnf-ntrAtinrl. ", andpenejor
-will have to sljow! }i '. .', ,I held cbnirniWiion .In' o'.thor *b( ;=United .fo) j-ed by prreral
td a.to.catch. traitors : : :: '' tltT. .. _" a I policyvjll}. "
oY navv's t th'p' Pnuth, The effort will he
Stl1ti \ T v at the
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Mt' y's
f rett ,clean record.. Bitt United ..'"Jjlev.:JV4T: Osier. of. t u'. .rresb .'terian.i denouiiuutioo :feb'ellioh': mny be flischar, e'd 'tijiori1 tfikfn t It tlie, very"hafpy/ard trifl tencf'marh',. to bimisn
Presidentof the j '
''sf smfUl'an- as tXill.. .preach! :. ;.' '..- ; '- i v: and
i revive
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t --'i /-: s .; ?: _- I ; of oath ofal1p0"1'"np ; I thc Intt'rne ofJthV'tale u1giP; ;
Ju11 :its: .\ye uiidersUind- if, is to&cc.tuat; ;sc-! 'y.'Saiibath' triorning at 10 T, ocldCk-m! : -Tnmp'.Whpn (Ke-T l'11p 'Pa hrahvtnr the friendly ratihrith't'kectnsnP." At prps-
e : 1'rpir11'1nti'jlt'fp'\i!-
anti rebellion 'anr tbrlhe-future made:1. ; ? derefl'arp. fri'f11i-lr pntftbe 'people fire! iWi uspfpsergepfTallya'fixions
ion2 OceauTSlrefet :
rfe/bvtenlih Church on ; ; C"H :
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tIle "' ''" ., fo1 teacl: i rlinihavittg narsh.
sued in respect : i\ndfleiestqdffcarfuV.of : eati-
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lbic. No one will corn'in ___ .- ;
I impos '. : ,' NGaJ'dx. : : higher T>nU4hRn. Captarfis ihlhcftrnlydf a nu'ndpfUmt i j.JJJut ran. .,.Jabor'
f tit a" far 'performed.l leis dliqty l b rinse,, l y .t'i Hws". -, :rirtvV : "..r'.vo- I anPI I as vas
'pJ: 1 ., ...rlhfu1 *' v:-. .".' "' "! \ .' : ;' .' T.Ji iitPnflrit 1n the, ;. I I1toriiTllLThP mnbeKhatv.tmyiWt.4p; IP.tl9bnl itltink, ,

d1 }}:avid iplpar ialh'.: Indemnity.tq.tUe. >lJ :.;.. ,:' :. J1 KGT6!r l\I'ay.it.18n5. : several 'o 11nH'riitp rscsf'rns- .expected:; Gnat afterdaiwhij&IrbeHeytj.s 'peoplewijl
'h;:tl\7': :m"n'.1'ofth
f Bdstitiriedbythewar.is: of :t& I'T,9C'OF 'dtr.stations 'will di 'hQrnPP: :cease tOifosl ai. !Ha pn nce,esr aal-
idal&ttvfor( the loas ti : P ':.JI.h': : j4i1 ,) aut orizecl1b bra't
{ : t_ L7 . 'riRonflwr bv { 1 VyJtfwholf sprn teg3 rl\\JOO\ lt&tad againgjVdgrancy -
tfrs1? impossible, ,btil.Uibcouhtrjtprpects!} : r 7, ,. }FiA1.1rK'T.I t rolfs rnli'bpbegriming1 Inl"eilrirPrl fAr
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in i.t = fWv J:,. .t' or ; l'y :c11ar!Pd'a proper i Via*-;*Th J 'Pwple.finjiy .be* trillede'.1 ipjuatthat
I iliat_jarnplc Security- w .fey. **i\i&J 'future --willbe i *l* >.pro-:.. :.'Jttt; v'aflaJjgen; brQTgit} up ip.tl'sJ> wiMi! thosfwho TlfiVf.'P1 :1ttnvp tl..1 ptqte>f mjn&w4ii; :a.tery K nt'rpqs

'*/V.id. L T*Jl*I i-The J* t.ermsof- itho.proclamations arQ .fr.oi11.-.- Ftil'Cre JlQp.rp ).1ntl. }lm>t.been f Pl 1 id in prisoWanfV; 'from,the rrtth'ft oAt;t'etitfttPITNlrfit5 f policy;m'lghtj!-expe \ed.jt PrufYetheba t
7 ---- liiell's orediathcrs a", tiiBpr' fVlnd, -W'l'l ':. ;nr
auc J I rniinfrv hrtfl *
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i ttrhat NbthIng 1eksi on pi,4tn'qultsut, : ,n@YM' 'nlf ip
1 ..1mJ 1 pm l .f', ) : 'intm 1 ; b i J)i\'ned'witth.. -.,..* : ,ot*cr i as. '1 7T hVJttl tlRi',, 'in.m1 7 4wArdPd trot* .r.t Pntit it l'n: conrseLPf treatmezlt ; 4 pi re n 1 ppJ C-
THIJ yi ; !
fi e. j answered-'th' .1)iiZ Que.;, t df # ; the Old.Arsenal.. '. hSr Pis. : 'ThSiafli J
i t.1t tir t. : ,l.eJf : ssx t atiQJl conspirators. in* i j .'t Prisons; of those disV ofH t.ion annop.ncei prompt J dfra.pkjy,,w'OOI.d
f rA'+I 'pn. i .Qoye.r for ::1tt'ro1N1Iu 'OF'OFFIC--F.on NOH'fIrit- alle ianceoiilt': will:l) "a1 ministcrrr (b cause rejoicing tJlJQJ1g: qu I tjueJand. : Qf o'e

I t-N Jf Carolina and' IWi't11g.. jvres6ribed.forflPtotktiliihing '; ;QLEA.; : r.i '' 'notice-:ill be'piv n that aU ahh :deoil1 ::wi11 tiling.however, ,aL-Hf\\} jassired, viz.theyewill
t.;_ t> the lawful i bffitto'\ me 1tof.i lr' .; Presidentliayt ; a 11)oiitfed'tlie f1i llowi g fie permitted to.take:the' atlv; of::ntl1J1 sty- afiter bei..lt one QQceixunept'iand.t no.e f rehesitatingto
accordpnr'vvith.tlte ix'gniatlcitls'ofrth
-'iTJVJ/a '* ; : : O TJ dex'toflie! r : 1.cg \ Tadrlc.fUr oit Ii'PttrI j ii.:':Dist! 1F itfi&leh. ( their release in ect l' I r?sJ me theirtauesiahqer"iovtheu :
;,AVC .resutn'.rs an 1, ?? .K.:: < l>eartmentof,Stateres better.or. wWe..aie,all
f iWtfftfift? : h. Hick :Hp1l 'Stat.s' 'Marshal, W. ] ; '< ld:flag#for -;
.i ttoatHvili be:adoPt d.by--tUe-I Adninis.tra-. ,:bu i ;' AU Orne y. c1nMa-', ih r )ieamhesty.'J *- : '> : :'i It l C' .*' citizens of the United Staten;; of one conn.tryi -

: ; in restoring"the:otUe. *std t St d. thep l :' tion. Ji; ri} to? all' relfehStates. }
; : aL of..N rth:Cttro- cession is dead 1.vAnd tl\e; ;irrepresXblel.conflici -
:: The- t All me +c's :
\ tM'Mefl&'tpiiioli sp1ittinte
: .
{ :wltii! : i i >" .f* .- ;1 I ..\,1 ':...-, .- J" ". '. .. .'.. .'. ; ri9oners;',tJ,t1lCl.::ntrax,. tacceFIble point t i has cured,that slavery.is dead! Henceforth

I X \ tI fpUow.ilgext.rach\ l ih(\ ;. ult JresiaenVha 'i IIJ.1a.. tCPRp their limes-by-rML: r'bv// f.eamhmli- J 1 ,'I trust, the'country,will';grows- bVrmo.njpus -

i.3 l 80U *'a pn>per regard: for;-the constitu- DiUKCTIONS FOlt AI)3" ..1. #.'C,. ;.J..trD' ., ,'' .. .' HJ Order of 111.e.Pte. .ident.rif. the Tnite L' in all its" parts.IMp i you .. q''yi ors

N t ", -iMl; vcrnrr, t5 of tlle'sltif s;:iid.tMt'11eh' .. '. I I ....rDIKt3'1: .f- .. .. .ut+" cEsTi' ,. ,QATH....P .;, ; .':. -: i E,: D.: TOWNREND: 't. n alt-spared to see the 4 Jaynf of pe'ajpe. and
a H ". 1 g : : Uo.w.i .. 4 cal .C1rcal r.lUls..j gust' sistaiitAd3'utant General. j 1 shadows ot'lhe.terrible st'.mav;T becleared
I'' tlfcir! : ;r ffil\e l .i\ that fill !
\ f1fPm riR\pr9p Use' "to ties. ;,isS' iipoh- .,.. :lbeCn.issu'd Y :1:-..;.. ',.iJ .:L !;; il ......4- lor' ,.. ." ,'. 'J' -'. '. '. r ( ., J, : away by the kiridly gmijes.pf:=lnendsK

1 is+dl"l'cd>rigb 'Y- .; .: '_. '.' ,:1 y rr :.: f" :: '; : .'Jl!:' IIErARTUI4 T'JQ"' 'ST rE, I: I Ia [From. the>: ew Yo.tikjgia'Jun fft liM'iJEw' (L i .'" > &separated: during;\Iieftighiful l gtorm I

) ":1 J. rrt\a slid ebnvelttlob ,\;11en'convenedbr: ; 13' .; : .:'\.'' an.tNt\TONt.M1\Y, 2 a.l.8G5.1 ,;J '- :: ; iriMMr]Irlsro S. f ihave pfien-tliouglrt fvf jrouiandQur, cohyej J&-

\ .' :t.\ t stator tliavmdYJbeiihOrt1aft< hem: ;:tl -Igw-Axa:. .:'\)fproclamation riveesident'a-; 4 e ty div191Aw b jut ,tion in Philadelphia,ohlj.a,dayl.or.'si s :pte-

I 'L ""j' .' 'j '.%til'prescribe:,ilfequftteligUn.ity; cheoec( of tHis'$to itt; herewith- a p'pen- .;.:.} f tlO ?Irllli Y" .. e ..yious to the.aftackon '9rt St tnpte.r;.1i.6)we

'N.t" *i .1 11I'-*--'-* the'- -of'l: Jn8 .to.1l1o.d.. deii.i.nB5arCfeiuseiriah.Qiii8trjiment. ,tiie SecretUrjc.qfiStot.Q been'. }arrangedFfrsl niiIf1AidlYlSl0n: of the Atlan-. .Jioped the war might be.averted' ;.matters. ,&c.

'_ r')'ffit t.+;linder the co'n&ttlut&tt; andlaws: utf.iuvVerrhe ) is. lirectu\. .;::establshrrulesinB } ---The the.Departnlent.of tiff- Still you_wouldrefer Yp4be.alinpsj';! e ttiiipty

"-to JJlIJ\A'r -.a.' 1 pe'Otife'' ofi-the 1 several I; r.egi.ll1\ion !f r,adnimistering' ..anVl.recorrvs tie. This' comprises SWmtBt'of> l Dinsylvania, the, of ,u tong"t.ud-.blpody'] ; \4lj" jd itli.no'jhtiobt,
Dd : '
.l .. > :;*Ffcderilt5nion;.Uuye .diIig'1l1b atnnursl3 Hto. ;insu.'Pits East, p oweverjaVto tile reaultijll.qii .knew the
''$tato& thpc i3ing"tKfe r01r)1i. !
+ -
;i : .': ifcl tilt.'exercised,fpo nth- origin of; :,the., 'lJ I1(1 ti.tuA1 },1 Dple anti"guard tlip :goern," 'Mi41dIt\ .tDcpar.tqle1!ins, Y rginia., be fnihim.a, td y.A ,_.outh,woufd l figri sir}vii.,\.-y.al ri.bjjft r -fii&nybuoun.

tkl _:ona \leTn Wntr't6'ifie'}h eeitftiftic;" -.:...i! ..I".h.i : 1)ic' >gaiI t.aud..1 P.ursJlan.ti9lt: this:1'nJ'twc.. 'pa ra'o'neral3r'eade.head*and Sout Ji Oftr w. tp; 't l t rtYfll-' :_e-.i_< l.'exljaustl'ji; \Jaipd.'yquv(coidnttd:Cor-
\f'J..I ;? V/TJ' r. ?( inorutcd! !tat le anl.Df Ai ib' ; J llieTJmfesrsow aBud
,{ f t-r -.I.J 1 'i i.,7:01T __ lion, you are ; f rectly..natio.nvan.-
,uu tl i'Jn.: Jun'l S ..rt 1J"rH 'l..' '4.T"r.;, :. -Ji T-J ,I .r; .ecliiuntbsaprdclannatfdn/"m Rr'be.;t kicil"ail{.,, la.e. .titn." .] '- ".'' :-'u,I ,,-alt. '.1"i-i\1r "'= iis petl pB,)'tlst-it tlli tinie'thef_ rstUirer

Inld! .rollo \' J1 .J\YhW"rfWe i. 'H' ; 'tl.ri islb8cr1bedt f re'a:...cctnptni hnpctrol; er 1"urrH' fr p UJVI@q ftJ\iff\ or' : ot'tlrt .oJ.\d.\ .9r'J! .1 eflat end by
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K { -i ) 'itkq1'H' ,'bttbb80tb rl1rl, .lit ; shill; htilatary:i ,haVal: t'Jll e :r.ery. ;9.jtbe: tHMC1b6tatml t tss HWi.l:; ls.in i : : i pl hE4st; .JSurope,.especlaliy; x giillj fj; .Her"success_
the .
t (m qr'himiU\tdlal r' 1 l Ti S\g, nV; ) O=any i iJfAr.\1)jJiAQ.i Y1gmcfr th e loo, ent: :ii1 I.ifi'n! r i -)0 ,f3th 'n4Ltus 1':1J: }18. fii.Plgf.t.--'CT11tr rvtct

LJi lit ti :J11tr1 ) ,.q; ;'t\\ Jr ';iHli J'r- of a loyal State or Terminyu1J.l ) I h kalv T ft. ,;1,1 erDe1ar c d. ty ', lie_ .?re 1C1. pa 5m'nppsedr )
I I _.. JWWEftifn2gttilv f.f'.t:1". "AA"J K le.niqnrr r'nidecirith r t1uIIIIfln it-.be!.ualfl3efl c>Ii>.rtsi m' fIcri>Ill rttl. ofr Af n$ ?. ;adOlla.tc1I1e 1 C lD P. flh,.;. .ph- : J tliktti )1- ll:(1' t..J11m'cNel1t. 1 -- .
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Thomas, Ilea r dl. "e"
to x:03 id bluoL1 B burrs niio ofrjoxf bobi4wliheftjia6ijsq oaths, at a"s early a day :.Y-AJPJ qnt B-iffier II H .1f.J ..
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tuft m e ibJm1' ml \lOn.t 1911J"HFClILlrJ T t biBlentid1i\i &.t1IA\1m iU1eJjnl} fw'1 Mil JU 1 lj'I J R fM.d'ft o.U. ,; vi q1>,i;irir''' 1 1frS'.1W'drft able,

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and Florida, a. I .crJL the Phi1W li ftil& l'j J Jr,.'}:.:: d11Si matt.; iu i:;>' {.r .trn,ro ,. 1
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Arkansas ver. re A unite q]i( lii rl91ti Sfn found by the graft ..jBJ3H ::" j.l T m A 1mt Seet '}4f t'lV 1 ilil'tiI- h nedltfeth g ?Z:.ckr '.gri :nci bodY
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so apd gen tleiisftflA' 1 .h' thh J hobo \tir tidtt 1fe u riut.eudeqt. }sit toafcl
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E1qzms YhftfWj I'
t "Mf j 'ftw !* st1Gr rJ. r.; il1. .f tpc hf viV curs*i <<'>thefaif* ;': itifbiili;Ef Olra ik rlstorli1q: I !heul h ". W'h < iv'1IPd'time '

I CIolfllnllId"Mt img. f'NN11M 'mI.Jl blB /trOlf Ldt "a MAJ Jmc46e ."11 A.1-.ao" ..01. IL, 1 .ils.GOUL'1ji--iO: a.i ;l' :3lb.Or Mt t : J f int .. f'4i c e'rhlhag &Ki1leJefgre should
l 2h07 l'ii.'f )1I 1 01 | rbd tR / Pro f i Jt\1I J:1t syttAhl Jli.w-o..lh.RJ.m'HR" t f'hf Attrt :tit I a..m r1" i s Utftict al'ittt '

eluoi P a f r Iti9t1'1Jt aR1I11tsCrl li tiltt 1 fDl &l\4t.IJ l, #! l M stile': :: tl1tM1'I edmclt W. 8e.Y'\t1hIl Jolt 1,/,a1,5 tt:; 'ilf l tt % OOds Jhe opein

!.dt !W m'tl'' t ray 9H l r t'c aiool'e a 't ifpHJu .jelrfAhQJv; .>Byvmr# 0 aBvBSSSnJimyJt n ,LK!' mD'.J1it bn8bee1 ) hU 1Mt:4 : o sit Z.{ar..ihH. :1 }ot1D 0o
; :
:nq lt ,\ 1P.t 'N.6i1lJIIn w-f11 nP) !mutCouitsf' iueflir gfoTO 'tli igh 'tl e a nlt1\inftil1ad.;.uPi) JiQ.T.Jiij A 8 'rig; ifitF d autlP rus ntY
c.f b IJ J qr 15ltHInPm oN gill Jarter, Just ice, ;IHtfJ' i.'
Ft. ; >(av 3 i1 Chief lm rr\t1, VVrii ri9becomingfst.rm1.terinll.Wi'U1 ltlmrntevsiith' th ,iliole tit'f q I. .f" the
r York with a large dt atldtcbrJ I m\hB&1M11 f r R! KfYQr H;:- ; .tnchnkhWJrig.jX1bt It .3 fBag' a n ew if-,to=a -
J. Fi tier, former iroT'FelWate-ltnd hosts ot J
.;- shoes, bats, caps, clothing, &c., which he h: Andrew Wylle, formerly ot Virginia, a&soaVjustices- pain from his wound. Southern people than sending.
selling at reasonable rates.

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\ ." Df.: ....1'I: I. tfeirra'j ''15aR'rtpr' illd:, ; ,nt'." '.JoIIU800'D .h: IF 'GSf: SriEItIDAN'8" '- XP "DITtON..Th 11"t'IL .. oiiNO. .. .. .j ." SJ. ;r"H'fol. '..,':. "fJIf. > .,

flll al the offices PoliCy. J t WHOLESALE' AND RETAIL Di 18i.n. '
ern' men t.o i :: ; 1 iniexa9 expeditjiyn Was 'J iapktt i- .. i
It would.b a ': ; .: J''.;: -' 1 .1 i .
trust Quinn'g thenl. from what, unqer a 'r- The question of negrosnffrage Dooming, ted on the 29th ultM by:ihe'sailing. from Fortress BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLQBIp'AWould /.f..
tin .
Czclustnn: f them the .at.PplificaUsup m the. work !) Monroe of the first'division of the 'fleet
is the common righuhitcan I up as gr call the
rnl11ellt., Stales t .attention of dealer* and consumers
gon could regard it in no other light the reconstruction of tie( rebellious comprising the s de. whee.lseamer. ( | !?l .Herman to his large and select 'rtmvnt of Drugs P..tent '

of ill. They distranchisenlent of.the 1 On this subject and various .cnnretP.t Livingston andjuatogorda 1 ,.and the propel- Medicines, Fam-) Article,Paint 8; Oils, Window Gla**,

tlt.l,1 S}flit ac.'tl.tl. SQ 1on; usmenwitle wUhWK: iEe j lj1)e(1ally'with t theIrpolitical lers Trade Wind, 'Montauk, Nightingale, Statfona_ ',-*!-.,'$e.., amoiig which may be found : .. .

80Jthefil pop.ilattou. uf,1 pertbi'm-. rights and.chuD1'P. p.uhh1911to da>' Promptlieus, T itJi Hv Kennedy, Thomas A. Sulphate Quinine. t .';! : 1 ,

G ill be.f"und anDong them capable should: ianter& vlfry.JntP restinextracts from ccott, Cn8."nndm..an4.United States. The .t.trMl5 ori., ., .. .. **:; j
those pluc.cs, 1 Cream Tartar, ?
aat l* Of ; ;
the j jJuLiges J'nrt Southern l1eWf'p pc? (H\lOn'will be under'command of General
ins : -
Governors, .Northern ; Northern Calo-pel. . .. :
never scii(1 l Northern.Marshals Northern on> : In the Tcnnessec House oftepnicntatlvesfor ; Giles II. Smith.. .. ... . ". Blue Maw, ,. ".....C; _

.northern 1 instance of the initial Legislature elected ".. .. .su1p hnr. :fI.1;"'.t.
the LW among
ors of any *..tt to execute under theifnew1 free Stnte constitutiona.mo- Ptath of Hpn.Jere Clement I : ,- agnesli1 t

titetu.Su. theclaims ti.n'o.p\riot dac hundred Q6p lci j bf ipetifion! : the \ PATENT MEDICINES. :j .
it he of necessity fatal "to "We are nnined by teiesn T1iic'nn01 n' g. Towiisend's '
,' should blacks of the State foi' Sarsaparilla, .
candidates for otlice that from the emancipated mnnt of the doath. at Hl1nt vi1\1\ Ala., on the Ayer's Sarsaparilla.

i of Southern been bold,active UnionJitril the! right of suffrage was adoptedby a voti, 97tb inst.. of Hon.. .TMieiniam Clemens For .Ayer's Cherry Pectoral; '. *1. .
thC h.LfC not aiways to1 ten.' :This is-Indinition i iravoroftlieblacKPranil'it..1 i" AVer's p "):
} -' of torty-on Atrn Cure .
tnrou Shoat the rc\elholl. It'a. J 'probable that nearly thirty years past he lias occunie(1xn-; 1 Indian CholaOrtt< .0 .',

should be. They r.e Cofl :, S : ., ro"'s prominent positions in the public affairh' *-. Davl P iri Km..r.I '. :-vii r tRsdway'S
thelled tt be ;
: tl1cy will ranwd. The .
iUltheacti their petition ; argv- *.' *
to ncquic.-cr 'f" Coventry in civil and militn cn- Remedies
lern-t silently, .
p ,oftllC at Coulllltinity in wl1ih they:Hved. I menu presented in the'debate in support of 1 n'\f\itit; i&a civilian 'he served. as U. 8., .. 'r> Favn'Worm.took>Vermifa. ..$.:e.1.; .''.>--ci.'=:. /,-.
> l Governoi -
tjiencw ,
al YwUercuor the petition..are strong, apd Candy
it to do otherwise Ti strict Attorneyand in the Legislature i 1 of'tis SfMitttAmerican Riga '
Fever d1
Guts easy dugile :
No miu Parson Bro vulow it otle timer a.
v' time of the \ .
at a: : "
has it .been; c-tsv native State find suhfpn ently was Plc( t. Brown Ess.'OJncef .1 .

rebellion'broke. put for any man in I travelling defender of slavery: Against Northern <*d Jo the U...R Senate in.IS}9. A? a soldier; .Winslow 8oot.iih Syrup' -'. .:m
since Lie VLf4Balwinr : >" .t
of somewcatlx.hc : abolitionists is nQ\V eirnestly; in favor o= Hyatt : -
cimnectiol1 ..
tint: ho rnpa"ed in the serviqe of the .reprblic of .' 1'elpl'at'Wtfpaiedr ", .1 .
the South to in the disloyal whites the S tats ,
of the State neutralizing of I .
ll1ents Tp\- faring the second invasion of Mexico. Mnatfg 1,1111rnent. .a 1 :
with the mov pf
kind Ire Ih.etl. 'Vc n\ust case to inquire the votes of the loyal blacks. This ic'1'by \\ "nrl in i o"r j var wit1i., r jco'hp rose to:thr Rojrer Syrnp" Livf'nfort'nd. Tar" ," "..; '1 ,
and : ; ;
the revolution McMn
Vhich hitherto to show wonderful a 'tt Eliier
been serve ; "
"l i\"e Colonel of'thqpth Tnfantr Slrct'a .
nk of .
men :' -
I Lt Ilntisboil r' -*>
inlyVb ;
Will bC'herc- this 4uestioiiam6ng.leading t
.Rod work > loyal
DOJ" upon ri-mthrfrm bIte'.1i l"e hehasheen lti I tr- : : .:
whAt they arc '11 l1 Datem n'. Drop. ..&e.VcPhotbjtraph1
fiats oat .
tlicir.fit- .
8outbern.nlPn. '
i :
aribght.of ; .Albnms, : *
} and has written
.W'Oiil jJdge -9frrl to. Jitemry nt1rsiit:+ .
s. r,.if \- .. onthebasiof. Baclr ]*'
? This policy of a reorganization amnion Boards : "
pubireaffatrs. fiction .
wkc. art In : rnprat works of whkh.havp'b-rn e- .', t
} Dlanb' 2 a.Z7
nessW PresidclltJohoSQI1, him elf a Southern1l .the:ubohtion of?>laver ;;Jard.} )leaving! negro rpmolv popular at the South and hove lftir' : ; 'WaUti'. '. : ,. 'l'r.F.

:. of i 1 'rebinn1ti thevState ; } do\' . .. I
and ex, pul to u..11 the fury. I suffrage: L.egi8ia'turetr.wii > vrrv hair !r ale''''. He''published* '* Bernard' Mirror, .: L" JLubin''a \

nt i a Border State, can judge accu- l less be adopted in -every rebellious State, ui- Lilp" in isSfiVtistang;; Gray"' in 1857 ; Hair, Tooth:CI. th;Rhv1n'fri7 w ,
this class pf.cases. -We derthc and regulatibns i of 'PresidentJtnflfion ; and Whisk Brushes, &e&, ;
"wly "a.1. rise.( rue ; The Riml8Ji.in1S60! {. and ,,within a.fev!
: e.ti i iniAtl Y ,ii tUe.iutervai j .the \"cgular meet PERFtJMEliT,' 'ETC.
hlnkthccutiflhe! : i is punuiivg ,; : t9. Tnofiths"of: 'the resentltimp, *; 'W'1' I
insure and hasten theretilm.01] i ine of Congress. ( j .* :*- = Rebe-11 onIn this .. EXrjtc a .r'
d' to i\ tit t J} : _
ot : l
J lcalat : : : tffr&mlii 0. "
tW Southern States. Tile new ProvisionaVQdvenior Pierpontchpsen .l. .. .. Night., ('Pre : .
to t.
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peace arid prosperity -'. .1 : 'n.t.work neigiy.esrrinej :sironesi evt( et1te''g; : Fiin7ExtrIMis.. -: -""
: f
.. by.P6sldenrjohn pn"jto. p.qtold Yir: cri\j'": oftJ1t "-." :- O!1.t1)i I
Jdpfvotinn.} theTTjniQiTXri .
4II !' n*tififaltefln to- ,J. . .. J "."CdJOgthli. ... -(
in, free .Sh t.l "
ginia her new garments iiis JoJla'SO VH.. $ 'J: .rStetlingls ;
: i
pLtbRIDENT. ? Sozodont. )
:/ will shortlyissue we learn, a' :proolamatioi Tohlf s6plt PpK r,
. '. -. "I : _'.,* --f 'i- > hat th' ] J'.t: ClemerTs loyally} 'A1i b Bfa. F!Mi; 'Amboline, &c.,a. i

ri .itb frtitrt"liicfimoncl,.wJiijCh;.@J'IsU6w 1 : ; was mrtrked bYlItoomost fiery il.an; eteffer" ,: .l . 1tTraEax1..9. ,.. .
Important rii.j dew m1 >-,: .j8" -.. .
Report ol an. Tennes ee.plan.pf And w: Jpliiison & tofOFkvredupincluding.the peg l itd'g1the foundations o/ ,
'. : Him.. .3.; ..... ._ ,I. .. huiitutioii off the : Disease G m'Drop, !** +. and Btirttt Afmondi,, Pf.ppdtmiat }{
a 1t i .1 'tvS tl hall theent'tustature, in.' I DroI Ttibnie ; krke.' 'r*0 s ELA

'.' .Jffitoplh"' : Annst" Ciiptmlcte* Sentinel>3l8-J; ?' -. ki glfrt*bf f iitfnike, \\1;'ihitlative. \ ., 'proceedingot ; 'iiiKMv f 'jv'southern(: m-r"tf.V-Y.LV-"J.*nature.;. tor. ,.:poa.: fjf 7 lti' ... ':: ".,'V. r" --STAttoNERY.:. 'q :-:-*'"f ,J1

"werei-pleased to l eet.I.li uN/ a ft r- reorgarzai>nVUi. 1\\'hw tpr wn' uefj- ipliiB I v* > .1. .J1.' h'.1
foil andnWinJ
:-We; ; l ''ourifry.: fle'-spent" last? id FjOolifflJPens. .
Letter Notf> P"'P-fr. .
fldttn wftit our,ojd. friend J. L. V+in ngf.q.; tionable'loyalty, lftheyramoUnt.only to fiv city,.''WitTTMs ftteiUj; residing-in Weal .. .- Wb1te aDfl-\itl1o\1Eu'etop v,9.:..": 7Tlt-J.at9: :

3tJAtUi] Air, D. ims been/for elan yj ears i tid| u saftd Qipre or,leas!;in the common weal.h. Philadelphia, and our-reaflera hare f seen many ".' ,:'. Itt aril !atyattidsPlalin8'tC .itlo

&.Itiddim, ? than -in all) 11ii j ness. .eaiert is in i' /\V0 .V deWi tU1 .,.all a:1i; i ident ; Jojins?)! hle'al+tlclt?-from'..hislpen, .in ojir .cplnm p.dltiiig .. CUTLERY. j* .3aior '

the.'.law City," and 4l rutlbltoui, tii&war'dwtinL'awiieVl does.noifeel QUthonzea> iou;(h> mly icu.. ; Jt e/Tn V':etc g dentia1 .campaigk' Heeum'edtQ "' Straiw.i! i1rtIKn "f Cjj i'i Sdiipri.TOBACCO. ..)

for nis loyalty to tile UuiU-d: utesQoieimeDL 6"f: Congress. ,'to broochthissub'eet. of negrc l i a t n nf e Sjf to,pnly to detitie .1 -.t ,... > '/ .;>. _.-, ) ,

He iias j st.returnea...l "J fromjheNiirtatanavlienvbut .s ulna e; It. illjUier; e'tema in !Jp !-p' n lived long; enong to gee fJip. old .ffn? itiby. Andet anns'so1 1>rcteitgtl'lin1M. .Jo16.' JKillickinick .- "-*

: a.few. day ,.,athce:, m questbn: unle&. jhlsjU ilWdi j i irO Q; h work ,pfreconstruction. .Ijat hp'oved so weiitand to'lowe so faith"nlly Shanghai,and' Anaenton'sSmoWnifTe-
W UulTton together with A. N. WJnanda .be deluyed-till tie met.ing of : ore in over biicco'V'J'
"flodtuVgOnpg;: triumph : !i Cf sri''ofthP'1eattyr>tiids: + .1
'VV'ui. A 1r un j, Eg.1 .t.i 18( citizen? of AtiautX Congress -YP n. hi8 conl\u"eiiuyyt -i pt* South long ,enough' to Uhtfw th*' -. t__". .' .. .. '. "..t.t.( --r
hc whole .
..-_._. .. .' ._. ., -'PIP _I .
inkr/.ew With the hap9"ejendf4jie usstiunwlh't i tji) ; ijpgrp U.I- J.J. '
Presidentforiihiii thaVrtfkUjiioji
uad an .q. ,. Tf: ecessiori had niet its doom said MerfCbaUm.-.L .... :: 1 t < .& .
f tue condition 01 .att uri' in Ucorgia. lur.JD frage or the financial. probkm.>BtuiLl [>&. thc 'wag firmlyand finally r 8tore ".-PAibulletin. /. 1" Imitation'Mersrbftomi-t- : ; '.1.. .i..1. .

iiaslautaorized us UP tneution some factsS'Siin jhtrolling bsjerofthe' next. Presicfeiliatcum.paign i .. ,. '. .. : {}-,?' .tBltl+1be1lVood..Applewood.. .y, key

;tioJi.wira.taaVintervievvthat.arepf t ;' ; ", I. : ; v,1/:;; ; ?; r _: Di Id and Baft ty.Matches. .: .

m lea mtere.4.to the peoplu'.qiHhaS 1
i 'J ohnson.expresacd himself Bier that if unsettled in 18G8 in the Southern StatEs .. .. ._ ; ._ .. _J Brandy ___ 1I

lindhr> tiH tJJbe masses:of otfr people;.who is thing. of ue,.rp. tt ge1T.ilrghe: us another On the 4 --llthnufci.Vyv.-- .t'V JohD-& iafni.)(; Y"r.. etl.T.HoUand1 -,..."Sherry."Jort Winlu W r4e,. ..... ..-.:.. ,.-. ..

iu Deii'evtxMiad 'nevi r ,tr.n.ne tie| C 4 e- Presidential election, with a sectiqiia; : ef Austin, texas, to Miaa G orgi&.'...Ooodc.fthival I ., .. .'! .. -- .D.011& .'ohfi' ,_. ','". .. ...J. ,

government, but that ...they..,had division:ofrtbe electot"d.ll\"ote. although negn County FJa. ." ". .' ;. _" .. gar.I :- ... .$ ... I
mies ort -
: c : -4.
'. '10 .., ..:: : ..':BrL..D..l_ $ 1,.,... .
fen f uVern"> du$_ by.. the .cunning. .* of artful. suffrage, so :far" as. it c erns&e general governiueni On the 13th inat., by th same, Mr Jams Swindle' \ ..ninon$r p;

anti unscto pu19' r J 3 eJ.s.: ., _.).. rr __.... .; ma. ,_..bj tl( t become. j fTlny County, Fla., ,Miss. Onarean Harrison1.,' onT Yaniua 4'p.

.' ,-The chief obstacle he'thought to too .. aloraiion mere idea.:. The,power p>Lay; ivo passed ovrt I ) lCc intv. ,'Ka.. :1' : Raapberry Syrup, Strawberry 8rop-PiDeappleSynrp.
*of goodfeeling' would be in prompt '*io.the, 'several) States; but the idea will contra 11 j jijil'P ; iOn ,. ', ; .Mr.Samuel;> Perry,.of k'AINTLQIL8'ETc. I,
recognition o'f.fhe. tact.that 'slavery Was 'dead '. sl3e l tiaf.e I eclip'.:'Iti thia'cont tion the I3tb nnt Inst...Alaimma,-hu the, to ganif Sliss Pamelia, A. paweD."fDnvalCotlnt.F1a.J. ;WhitesLeaxl,. ., -..-; .. .. ". .'_,...' .II

"nflsell C '.' -., .. . ,.. .._.. t
--and .That .f jt cprdjlall .ad"niitlT'd WBmajmenjibnth'at ti".til ,.ihiii.LegisIaiure o. -.t- ) CJhromp Green J'; .Ld
ever -
forever : ; "; 'T':.r .. .. .
.. Chrome el\Qw. -
"be whichthis r1e3c > : r.ttr 1
tftttpremiiiningdifficultiesi might Connecticut question : ... .. ,.
T :! : : .IPrul8ie Blue..ut. i:::;- "jlt & l"fi
";pi: i l'rsr lot td: lie ivas tiiSitopsed to con- ; wrrtt ge. v ijt'f fakes n up oUter.day y, the rc..puQU&1ns.lP I : ; : aJlS.tJLiAN.EOU| r"-,'1 i-\ : .r'. '; ..t "RedJLltd t1l CltPfllnti'a, : .'5.0.- j

..LAU-the! iui !ryU6VerU! ut5h Georgia be a w.a)r4ijgM'tlieniselyes iij); hi r ; : LiDs. 1 ; o.,";!J
llsb'' JACK (lNr'tT .:.ais 'j1'. : ;Plsate r Paris, W41 iuK,4.'ts c.
y'oUl'ttic jeriKitvhen ttte'.eivi)- aduuuis raltb1 t4'or1.t".the.b1poks"} whilattiiei-denuocnitiS, OULj.yitLfc A-q Ti TAtFrFWM .W11ldow.ah&It". .,. ,' trr
t r. .am: 'J' :'
resumed.At\ pftsJj.lHiecjasi hstinct-Uere'foundea'fnti&< on --the1 other :R. : : 'AIIii1STlK-An ; siul2afte't .. .. ,.
(ni.iii,!be safely : : : resrula..t .7tnitlIjluQC'r.. :- 't. : ;: :1 i CJ ,11"'
'offices' 6f Sate of *' ti \\ .l&ajjgmWlrt! v1ttie ; n'i;'t nf'itti ne 49;the k'hecriber wU\r.qn 01 ... -- BetroIejHn ... .0 .. h
.e.-ett tlie' clM the ,.side. .Xffitm ty I I.1' nnviilest c } talp r' *:; i ; ttl:::ttrVayrs.
'k-vpekYbi'4iddPlpJfCk>: > .
1 rf1 ..
.' ghide' as vacant7'; n3'ill Ths acnngsanj : .wiijJ.et4t 1 .71 ,E cur.ieil.tura: :esIaE. : i;A.: r Jf11th' 1I4te1, 'BtJIA.P .tltilhy i'r'i. \. : o 'i- .:OOV63esaklbatcy. ,,.r '! 1't'1 i. i
1i .
? tea Pe4er '
every .. JJI ; DTYr JE -b.: vi !3eidHtz '. '; 1 1"t
: : tdoiii IJ 3't f their UP''nt .! tUercpmmeaQoaienLof -.. '.deitlia it;divisibn:.Tt.r1..aF' 8.: ._.: .i : : ; .:J'J 1st tp rttlt4gxE'saz o 1btk.J'ViU ThurM",.Jea.ve.\k.t1.K. :> 1, ckpthhsl'fe -;%!-. liaCjirala.pt AJLgneo4 a,E 1 : h."t'TP j

therebelliQi| as nun anU fq.d.lue l.o @:fat''.< rn r uIr,. fiQ9 "t.Q 'skvcr' ; thr .fr>!t.ouTlne..tftetr' ','nC'JT ..,' '0. ':. JOHyaKN ; rt ::' t \-Ext'lct.fo .takittg'oo Ber&e.t.. _

it- the o.: ,l ;U ; \ gnedthe scali1gaist ', M-V: r : .' ::.. 'i: Jane L?E N .; ,a-'i:. : 'z.. ,19v'tihart i ii.
IcitSj :
i'redideut thougnt jpg&pjju tl. Q : l -r, -,-,. mi* JUI e'I":1.Wr.: "J ..".'t,..'..1'. \. .1. 1'.. ." :. XI'' 0" -.. -'. I ''It y'Ji.tr'

Georgia really desired a loyal ctViP'-Goveri.- the rebellion and in favoanI the Union. i ,"'. :.;1". .'.' i11' : Ll.1IL ; : C t ...;I rj

"KSfe: ; M id *%g* :ttc.,. t there'.. would lfti re ; :Hjey ask .the right )0 vqtc .,A.n-JfE XA'Jt :'l1.AR f.S.S. IN.. NEW! pJE.tf6FroHE.uUNI'f.EIW8, 'kE8 i
ss' A.tCU\
..,1-V..It\ijll u.s.PUJl- qus nioyemetft: ..m flp_. jm-:t. Can we r 7h'' ;: 11 1iLhf 'f: .k .t J ng l Ag 1. .s.f..8T11Uei., e'. J:.tia'1m 'tit ''Sdtlfirertfta ;'IJ ( AWEr. .- '(XV''.'JrKJAi. iTin-7'.a.a-m u iAt i
e jw--3
,. ,,,,, USL'tnbiiesl'; '..2 --3... H rvj.!_:,.'j'JrI*/inij.swllhm What danger is thme m lt, when even In tl#: : ;..t UE t .o.ld.iVJ\11 "lttetl, ( -PPfn !; <.V T WiSffitirivr t'I that the ttWeVHefleaViriff jporj ;
i st1 'that PlWiden l40lIDSon '*! Sttrt of' flDrtlrXSriroHha. = ; tltwn'a1'n't1a I I stautl 1:'2 1.s uatUlitt'iQtttreet, '
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I Treaty between the United: States of' America and the Now therefore, be it known that+ I, Abraham Lin I. COLV,President of the United States of Amerip, have It is hereby agreed that the United.States of --

.. Ottoman Empire. Concluded at 'Constantinople, coin President of the United States of AUle' ica have catted the s sid Coin eutlou to be made while,tn thPend and her Britanic Majesty shall within twehe Arnrrici

February 25,18G2; ; ratifications exchanged, June 6, Bused the said Convention t be male; public, to the that the s,true and '-very damp and article thereof mtiy after the exchange, of the ratification: of tie month

1862, prod by the President of the United States end that the same and every clause and aiticlo thereof ",o nbfu, ell and fulfilled wIthfYood faith by the United t-only, appoint each a coirmissfoner for the present,

I July 2, 1862. nay ,l-e observed and fulfilled with flood faith bye SU'tes a- d the citizen thereof.In examining and deciding upon claims'arising purpose out of pf)

b United States and the dtiz-ns thereof. \Titn whereof I hive hereunto set hand and of the tie
[Continued from : (' my provision above-quoted articles of the treaty- ,
\ Supplement.] In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand an
ARTICLE XXI. caused the seal of the United -ta'.es to 1 I.cJ affixed.. Done. at the city Wellington, tills nineteenth day of ARTICLE :II. The commi..&ronf'rs 'mentionpd in

It is always underkto* d that the government of the Done at the t ity,of Washington, this nineteenth I 1\I"v in thoyearof our Lord one thousand preceding article shall,at the earliest conv 'men' period the'

1 I'' Uniteu states ot America does not pretend, by any ar day of! Muy. in tlie: your of our'Lo-a 'I [I.. .*.1!
ticle In the present treaty to stipulate for more than [L. s.] one thousand+ ei- ht hundred and si ty-tlnea, p"ndonco oft Mo United States of America theeightyseventh. the city of Washington, in the District Of ("ohnnl.ia'at.

I' I the plain aud fair construction of the terms employ, and of the Independence ol the United! Stater- and shall, before proceeding<< to any business, make and

I nor to ir.'clude in any manner the Ottoman govern of America the eighty seventh. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. subscribe a solemn declaration that they will imj>8r.

went from the exercise oUts rights of internal administration AltKAHAM. LINCOLN. Bv, the P-esident : tially And t'arefl1l1.examinf'. and decide, to the best of"thf'ir

where the exercise of these right does not evidently By the President : WILLIAM H. SKWARP, SP retary of State. judgement, and according to justice and

I infiinge U|.on the pjivilegesaci-oided by ancient WILLIAM II. REWARD, :Secretary of State. without fear, f;ivor, or aflevtinu to their onn c.equity entry*

treaties or by the present treaty to citizens of the Uni Additional Article tc the Treaty for the Suppression of all the matters referred to them for their decision and.

ted States or merchandise. the African Slave-'l rade, between the United States such declaration shall be entered on the recoul of
Convention between the Un t 'd States of America andth"Reiu their
of of the 7th of
t America and her Britannic Majesty, proceedings.
lie of Peru. Co..clmicd, at Lima
ARTICLE XXII. { January Arr'1.: 1862 ; com lud d t ebrn.- 17, 1'"63 ;ratifled by The commissioners shall then proceed to name
12 1SCJ/ ratified i tic 1'ici-ident ti.o Uuiti-u an
The high contracting parties have agreed to appoint ; m.y o t'I' United States M r.-h 5, l"G3( ; rat,fie'itions exchanged. arbitrator or umpire ;o decide n\wn anyae or

t" I ointly. commissioners tor the settlement of a tariff o' States 18,1863 February proclai;, 24,1S63 ed I. the; exchanged President at of Lima.the' UuiteoStates. April i April 1, 186.1 : and p-ocMmed) by the PresS- on which they may differ in opinion.; And if they cases can

f; custom honse duti's, to be levied in conformity with I May; 191863. y dei.t. o..t.c; (Tnited Stiles. April 22, 1863. not agree in the selection, the said arbitrator or umpire

the stipulations: of the present treaty, as well upon merchandise I BV THE PRfSIDEVTOFTHE UNIT"P STATES OF AMERICA:: shall be appointed by the King of Italy whom the
.,, of every description, being t'e': produce or A P1WCLAMA i ION. AMKJUCA: : I A PROCLAMATION.Whereas high contracting parties shall invite to make such .
mauutac'mite of the United States of America, imported I an additional: article to the treaty for the | and whose selection shall bo conihstve
The United Staus oi AIU\.-ric., ana the Republic ol oa
into the Ottoman Empire, MS upon articles of every Pe u, de. inng to settle and adjust amicably t..e claims suppression of thp African shoe-trade, between the both parties. The person so to le: chosen si all, bl'forenro'f'E"din
des -ription the produce or manutactiire ofthe Ottoman suited States of America and her liritanni-' Majesty\ to art, make nnd subscribe a solemn
( \hich have been made the i.ize h irhvraMon
by ot
Empire and sty p.)8-es ions, wh ch citizens of the Unite I .s ea country of the 7t'i of April 1862, waR concluded and signed a'asiuton t in a form similar to that which shall,
of alreidy
againsttl.e too utl1tJ l1av au.ecd
government 10
States of their admits are free to purchase in any partotthe make foe that b.lUl'.HlS of \\ :: :.y their re:
Ottoman Empire for exportation to the United States Court,ntion arraunementh, and have named puipose,heir a ,, 17 h '?ay of Fo''rnary,15G3 which addtional: article which declaration shall nl o be entered on the recordof ,
as plenipountaiiehto !; '
or to any other country. The new tariff, to be so co i- confer and arree theieupon follows T..e Pies- is, word for word, is follows :- the prA.'eeclinna. In the event of ihe death, al'lII'nr,. :
: eluded, shall remain in force during A IdMonal Article to the Treaty between the United '
seven \ ears, da- tent ut the l uited States Chris,, UOllSOlJ\ Envoy incapacity of su 'h person or of his omitting ord'clilning
tine from the date of the exchange of the ratification. opher St tes of.Amwrica and her Brit 'n'>ir Majesty for the or ceasing to act as such arhitraIOr1tTnlirpftllotbl't''
I Each of the contracting shall have the Exu-aorJiUtry and Minister P;enipoteimarj <>t Suppression of the African Sla\e-Trate signed at ) :
parties right said States io Peril, ai.d the Presidi-iit of Peiu Don person shall be named in the manner aforesaid, to act i,
a year before the expiration of that term, to demand Washington April, 1862. 8ted and sh. 11 make
in 1m place 0" aud subscribe ,
Jose .in gorio P. z Sol+laru, {liP Minister\ of Foreign Le- SQ 'ft :
c the revision of the tariff. But if, during the see enth Whereas by the fir t article of the treaty betweenthe declaration as aforesaid.The .
lat.ons and Piesiuent of the Coun il of Ministers, who I
.. year neither the one nor the other of the contracting after ha ing coiumunioati to other Tnited States: of America and her Majesty the Queen Tinted *tate!t of Ampr pa ant! "-erliritanic3irjea. I
parties shad avail itselt of thi riM the tariff then u ac.i tacit'rrpcc of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
ex full tr engage: to consider the decision of the two
tive toiind to le due and fo.m cr'mmfs-
isting shall continue to have the! force of law for seven have agreed powers as follow, :- in proper for the suppression of the African: slave trade signed sinners ..onjointJ.., or of the arbitrator or umpire. as the

years more, dating from the day of the expiration ol I at Washington on tie. 7th of April, 1862, it was stipu, ease mar 1 e, nil final a'-d conchisive on the matters
the seven preceding years; and the same shall be the claims of citizens ot the United i.All : States asrainst the latnted and agreed that those ships of the respectivenavies be referred to their decision and forthwith to pire fall

case with respect to every successive period of sever of the two high contracting parties which shall effect to the s-me.
Got eminent ot Peru, and of ut} .zens 01 Peru against the he
yean. provided with special instructions for that
purpose ABTI'XE 111. The commissioners and tie
Government of the United Stales wi.ich hate not been 1 : arbitrator
ARTICLE XXIII. embraced: in conventional or diplomatic agreement between as thereinafter mentioned, may visit such merchant- : or nmpire shall keep accurate records and correct "In. I

The present treaty shall be ratified and the ratifications the two>,:ova nnieuts or their plenipotenti.: es. groundbe vessels!' of the two nations of as may, upon reasonable II toes or notes ot all their proceedings, with the dates I
suspee'ed being In the Africansla"c.tr'jdl'
shall be exchanged at Constantinople in three aud statement of wuich, soliciting the imeipos.tion ol the-eof. and shall appoint and employ such clerk or I Iclf'rks
or of having been fitted out for that
calendar montl.s, or sooner, if pose it.Ie, aud shall be either government, may previously to the exchange ot or of having, during the on which purpose met, or other persons as they shall find necessary to 1
carried into execution when ratified. the ratifications of this convention, have been filed iutheDer by the aid l voyage they are as-ist th >m in the transaction ofthebusinrsawhich may !
cruisers engaged in the African slave
Done lit Constantinople on the twenty-fifth day of rtmei.tof state at Washington, I'r the U+'Ittt- trade come before them. :
contrary to the provisions of the said and '
February, eighteen hundred and sixty-two. weal of Foreign Affairs at Lima, shall nc icferred to n that such cruisers treaty ; The salaries of th++ commissioners and of the clerk or I
detain and send
'I, EDWARD JOY' MORRIS. [L. s.ALI. .] mixed comas sloe composed of tour members appointed such vessels in order may that they he or carry away trial creeks. ph lJ.t'e pant bv their respective jrovernmenta.

"' .\ [L. s.J) us follows: Two l Iy the Government of the in the manner thereinafter may brought to T1 e !(al'ry of the arbi'ra tor or umpire and the contin-
And whereas the said United States and agreed upon ; a"nt expenses shall be defrayed in equal moieties
treaty has been duly ratified two by the Government of Peru. I'i was by t .e said article fu ther j-tipulated and apreedthat by

J on both pans, and the respective ratifications of the case of the death, absence, or incapacity of cither commissioner the rec.pro'-al right of search and detention should the two Tvrnment"

"f! same w ere exchanged at Constantinople on the fifth : or in the event oi either commissioner be e.\ercse: only within the distance of hundred, ARTICLV IV. All sum of money which may bP awar

Ultimo, by Edward Joy Morris, Minister Resident ol ceasing to act, the Government of the United states, oit miles. from the of two ded by the commissione*. or bv the arbitrator or um
coast Africa and the
the United .States at the Sublime Porte, and by Ins Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary the thlrtj'-second of to southward of pirp, on aceoust of any claim shall t'e paid by the f'ne
i parallel north latitude
,. highness Mehemed Emin Aali Pacha, Minister of Foreign iuPeru, acting under its direction or that of the Republic thirty loripues from the coast of the inland and within government fo the other in two equal annu?I in-tn h1"f''D'8.
Affairs of his of Peru shall .onhuith of Cuba ; and whereof fl st shall be paid within twelve
Imperial Majesty the Sultan of'th e. proceed to fill the vacancy wher.-as the too h.gh I months
Ottoman Empire, on the part of their respective thus occas.Oued. of. contracting parties are desirous afteMh.* date ofthe award and the second within
/ governments tendering the said treaty still mOl e efficacious tor its I Ipurpose
tWf>nty.fonr months after the date of the
I : ARTICLE II. I l award with
Now, therefore, belt known that, I Abraham Lin The commissioners so named shall immediately offs! nave, in, the nipotentiaries of their who signed the said treaty'I\. out interest Anti w'thontnnr deductionThe wh:1t"\"er.
vir.ue full
president of the United States c'f their and power, agreed I that the re AR'rcty 1'. present treaty shall he ratified
America, have i store proceeding to any lither cipro.-al right ot visit and detent and
caus d the said treaty'to'be7made public, to the end I business proceed to name a fifth person to act a> an urbitra article aforesaid be as defined In the t''e mntl1nl f>yrhwnpc of ratification shall take place in

.J' that the same, and every clause and article thereof ;or or umpiiein any ca.-e or cases in which the, I. lgucs of tin land may of exercised aiso within thirty W"f *>insrton, in twelve months from the date hereof or

I may be observed and.fulfilled:with; food, faith by the may themsel\is differ iu opinion. leages ot the island of Puerto Madagascar RicO: within thirty earlier if pas: iblP.In .

1 United States aud the citizens! thereof. : A TICLE III. leaues of he island of San and withiu thir y ffit'" whereof we, the re"peetve plenpoentarieg? ,

In witne' whereof have hereunto set my hand The commissioners appoimeu as albresid shall meet The a ldl 10llal Domingo. have signed this treaty, and have hereunto affixed our
and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. ; in Lima within these mouths after the .-xcliaupe of the forcu and article stall have the same se++h. ,
v liti.y as if it had been
Done at the City of ratifications of this Convention and inserted word for Don in (lnplic'tte. at Washington the
t Washington, this second i one of the >\0 d m the treat coulude between first day! of
day of July in the year f our Lord one thou commissioners, before proceeding to any buss .ess, t.-actmcr parties: on t. e 7.h of the two high con :1'ily. anno Domini one thousand eight ohnndred and
[L. s.] sand eight hundred and shad take made -ribod April, M62, andshall hay e sixty three. "
J s Xt.two. and of the an oath and su before tie, most t.it- oauie dar'tiol. as that t ,
Independence of the United States the eighty Excel.eut Sup-emr Court, t:iat the.\-willt'ar"flillyexRHI' .+.,d the ratification. hhail be eaty. Its ,all be r..tfi: d, WI*.T TAM H. SEWARD. fi>. R.I,

sixth. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. ine and ini ,arti.t I lylee de, according to the p-iuciples i six months from This date exha..ged at London in LYO 8_ rL. 8.]

ii By the President : of jus.ice: and equitt.e: principles ot intern ona.1 Iu witu whereot or sooner if pos-ib e. And whereas the s"'i-l treaty has been, 'uly ratified
< t..e
;4\ F. .Wl: SEWARD, Acting Secretary of State. law and treaty st pulations, upon all tie; claims laid be- ..xe signed the same, and respc have-ti thereunto\ e pleuipoientiariesn. nn both par's "nd the r.ective ratfi: <
force them under the provisions ot t.ds Convention, and real oi lueir arms.i affixed the sme were erehanced "t 'Wps" "tnn. on the s"CCId'nRtant.

Convention between the United States of America and in accordance with: the evidence s-i mi'.te-l on the partof o .c ..t Was the hv Wi linm If. Seward, Secretary of State .of
t the Repu lie of .cru. Concluded at Lima twem pitliergovernment. As'milaro.tU shall br taken year 01 our Lord iiigton. 17th day of February, in the he Tnited States and tbe Ric\t Ho"'orarle T.ord
t her 20, 1862; ratified by the President of the United and subscribed' ly the }-error sobered 1 y the cnmmissioneis ,. tllre tnousaud eighth and ed and silt)'- Lvon. her Tlrtt"'nic Maj""t'-'s Envoy ExtMlordlnl'ry

t, State., Feoruary, 24, 1863; exchanged at Lima, April{} us -bitrator or u.npire, and said oaths shall be WILLIAM and Minister! Plenipotentiary on the part of their res-

24,1863: ; proclaimed by the President of the United entered upon the record of the proceedings ot'said con, l.Y.vs H. SEWARD. [L. s.] fH"rt'vp- o"\"pmmf'nls.
States, May 19, 1S63.J WISSlon. I And whereas the sail ditional ft.L'J w Now, therefore l-eit known t'-at I. ABRAHAM IJX.
t article has been
ARTICLE IV. r.titi.'d, on both duly COLV. Present! of the United States rf America,hlVecnu"
BT ai.d
THE the
i PRESIDENT OF THE rKITED STATES OF AMERICA : The! arhitrator or umpite bcin? appointed, the commissioners of ino same were excban. respective ratifications "d the said trp ty to be made puMir, to the end
-ed at Lo don
Co on the 1st iuat.
r, A PROCLAMATION. shall without tlelai', pro. efd to examine by Cli .rles Fiaucis Ada. s that; the same, pnc5 I'VPrV clause and article thereof

11' Whereas differences having amen between the United and determine the claims specified in the! first article, md Minister Plenipotentiary, Esq.ot, Envoy Extraordinary mar be observed and fnlfiilled with rood faith by the
tile United
and shall hear, i required, one iu S'ehalf of each States at Uni'ed States and tp citizens thereof.
S.ates of America and the Republic of Peru, originating person he Court of st. Jame.-, and Earl Russell, her Britannic "
in the government on each separateclaim. Bach governmentshall In wi niM whe-eof I 'avp hereunto set!' m hand
: capture and confiscation by the latter ot rtj"8 y gpri .cplSccietan; of State for and
foei, '
t' j two ships belonging to citizens of the United States furnish, at the request of either of the coinniisnionerR 011.. e part ot t. e4r icspective ;:p affairs, caused the seal of the Un'ted Sta1* to be affixed.

,. called the' Lizzie Tnompson" and "Georgiana";; and, the paper in its possession which may be important Now, tueief re. ..e It kuo,\govel u, that nmeuts I, ABRAHAM: Done at the Citr of Washington., this fifth
j the two to the just determination of of the claims day of1t"rph. 'n flip of '
governments not being able to come to an any : L.NCOLN. President of the! United States of America year our Lord one

agreement upon the questions involved in said capture referred. tiave caused the said additional artl.-le to be made [fu s.] tho'isand eight hundred and sfxt'bur.. j nd

t, confiscation, and being equally animated with the AKT.CUE v. lie, to the nd that the same, and clause pub of the Tndenendenceof thp TMted qt.t >j4he
every and
desire to maintain the relations of harmony which hav From the decision of the commissioners there shall thereof, may be obse.\ed a..d fulfilled with part eia1.tvpitrhth. ABRAHAM LINCOLN.

always existed, and which it is desirable "to preserve be no appeal ; and the agreement of three of them shall ny the Uuited St.ites and the citizens thereof.brood faith : By the President :

and between give full force and effect to their decisions, as well with WILLIAM. S EWARD
strengthen the two government, have In witness w hel ell, 1 have hel euno Secretary of Slate.
set band
agreed to refer all the respect to the justice of their claims as to the my and
questions, both of law and fart amount caused th- seal of the United .
involved in the capture and confiscation of said ships, ofinderanification that may be Adjudwd to the chum- Done at the city of Washington.States this io be afiixed. -.e, a..fr,, ,.......,.",..

,.' by the govern neat of Peru to the ants, and in case the commissioners cannot the twenty-second SAD
decision of some agree, day of April, iu the year of our Lord UAHTER, DEPT. RfjJ'iH.i
of difference shall be one tlaouss. -
friendly Power, and it being now expedient to points referred to the arbitrator or (L. .] and eight hundred 1--1-
f proceed before whom the and sixty-three, aud of the HILTON HEAD S. C. If 18M.
c to and regulate the reference as above' described, umpire, rommisflioners may be heard, Independence of the United States the GHXEKAL ORDERS. ) May ,
and his decision shall be final.ABTUXK. eighty-
t the United States of.America and the Republic of Peru aevemh. NO. 63. /

i have for that purpose named their respective Plenipo VI i

u' tentiaries-that is to say. the President of the United The decision of the mixed commission shall be executed By the President : ABRAHAM LINCOLN. I. The proclamation of A. G. Magrath styling himself

(I''I States has appointed Christopher Robinson ther Envoy without appeal by each of the contracting p :irtics I WILLIAM H. SEWARD, Secretary'! of State. Governor of South Carolina dated at Headquarters,.

: extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary f and it shall be the duty of the commissioners to report Columbia, South Carolina, May 2d, 1865, declaring that

Peru, and the President of Peru Don Jose Gregorio to the respective governments the result of their proceedings Treaty for the final settlement of the subsistence stores and the property of the Confederate -

k Paz Soldan, Minister of State in the office of Foreign ; and if the decision of said commissioners Sou's Bay and Pu et'8 Sound) claims of the Hud- States, within the limits of the State should be

: Relation and President of the Council of Minister' require the payment of indemnities to any of the claimants nies between the United States Agricultural Cowpa- turned over and accounted for by the Agents of the
\; Who after the sums determined by the said of America and Her State t'orUlat
having exchaueed their full powers, found coramisftioners! Britanic Majesty concluded appointed purpos.and directing that the
to be in due shall be paid by the ; July 1, 1863 ; ratified subsistence and other shall
and proper form, have agreed upon the government against which they by tie United States, March 2 186. stores be used for the relief I
'I ..;Mowing; articles : are awarded within one month after said goy ernmen March 5,1864 ; ratifications exchanged of the people of the State ; and the proclamation of

.1 shall have received the report of said commissioners ; of the United States ; proclaimed by the President Joseph E. Brown, styling himself Governor of Georgia

I ARTICLE I. and for any delay in the payment ot the sum awarded March 5, 1864. dated at the Capitol of that State on the 3d day of May, I

Tie two contracting parties agree in naming as arbi after the expiration: of said month, the sum of six percent BY THE KKSlDE.XT: Ot THE EXITED STATES OP AMXRICA. 1865, requiring the officers and members of the General I

It ter/umpire, and friendly arbiter, his Majesty the King interest shall be paid during such time as said delay A PROCLAMATION. .J Assembly to meet in extraordinary.session at the ..Capi I

I of Belgium, conferring;upon him the most ample pow- shall continue. tol in Milledgeville on Monday the 22d :
The United May
States of .
to decide and America and her 1
-cr .determine all the questions both of ARTICLE VII. Majesty the 1865, and the proclamation of A. K.
law and fact Involved the For the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great AUf2n.1 styling I
f proceedings of the gov purpo e facilitating the labors of the mixed Britain and himseUAtaingGorernorofFlorida dated atTauatossee

4 ,I ;;ernment of Peru in the capture and, confiscation of the commission each government shall appoint a sect"eta iy meat Ireland of,the being claims desiroUslo provide for the final settle on the 8th of April 1865, giving: notiiw and direction+ ,

f: *hips."Lizzie: Thompson" and "G' J'liana/' to assist in the transaction of their business and to keep Sound Agricultural of the Hudson's Bay and Puget's that an election will be held on Wednesday,the 7th day

I, ARTICLE zi. a record of their proceedings, and for the conduct of and IV. of the treaty Companies specified In articles III. of June,"1865,for Governor of the State ofFlorida', are,
., their business! said commissioners concluded between the Uuited each and all
are declared
authorized null
to and void It
The two rontr&cting States of America and having
panics win Great
1 I adopt me proper make all necessary rule Britain, on the lith of become known to me, from
xaearares to solicit and obtain the assent of his June, 1846, have resolved to conclude trustworthy information
Majesty a
treaty for that
ARTICLE VIII. this the aforesaid
1 the King of Belgium to act in the office hereby confer The decisions of this purpose and have named as their Plenipotentiaries G..Magrath, Joseph E. Brown,
commission and E.
or of the A. Allison, are disloyal to the
United States
red him. umpire that Is to the ,
upon say: President of the
in case of a difference between the United States ot
.After hi* Majesty the commissioners shall America William sundry and divers acts of treason
King of H. Seward
Belgium shall have be final and Secretary of
conclusive, and shall be State and against the same in
carried into ; adhering
11111 to their
declared his I her
to the enemies gtaa
assent exercise the Majesty Queen of -
office of arbiter, the effect by the two contracting parties: The the United Kingdom Great them aid and comfort. '
two commission -
contracting parties will submit, through their dip. shall terminate its labors in six Britain and Ireland the Right Honorable Richard The
i lomatic months from and in- Bickerton persons and peoples to whom the proclamations
agents residing at Brussels, to his Majesty eluding the day of its orgaiiiz.-tion Pemell' Lord Lyons, a poer oi her United hereinabovereferredtohave
; provide I however been
copies of all the Kingdom respectively: .addressed -
correspondence, proofs, papers, and if at the time stipulated for the termination a knight grand crow of her most honorable are therefore enjoined and
documents of said commanded
which have passed between the order of the Bath, and her to give no
i two gov commission, any case or should Envoy Extraordinary and heed
cases be whatever thereto
ernments or their pending before Minister or to any orders proclamation,
respective representatives; and the umpire and awaiting his decision Plenipotentiary to the United States of Ame ,
: it 18 commissions or commands ,
should either think understood rica who after emanating from
party proper to present to said and ; having communicated persons
agreed the two to
arbiter by each
other claiming the to
contracting right exercise
parties, that the functions
other said and
any papers, proofs, or documents their respective full authori
in add! umpire is authorized powers, found in
to good and due of
proceed and make ty Governor in either of the
floss to those above mentioned the his'decision form, have agreed States of South Carolina: ,
t municated to the other same shall be com. or award in such case or cases, and upon his report articles : upon concluded the following Georgia, or Florida, unless the same shall haT'eD
party within four months
after thereof to each of the
two '
the ratification of this convention. governments,mentioning; the ,ARTICLE I. Whereas the I promulgated by the advice or consent of the Uuited
by 3d
amount of indemnity, if snch .shall have been I allowed 4th articles of the States Authorities

Y. < t ARTICLE III. by him, such award shall be final and con,-lntize iu the : treaty 1846 between concluded the at Washington on the 15th day of June : II. The policy and wishes of the general government 1 I

1 Both parties being came manner an if it had been made United States of America and her I toward the people of these
equally interested by the States
in having a de. commit Majesty the Queen of the United and,. the method I
-----1 cWoo upon the questions hereby submitted they iouers under their own agreement ; provided thai said Britain and Kingdom of Great which should be penned by them in resuming at
r. _:_._ to deliver to the said arbiter all the documents referred agree decision shall 1m made by said umpire within thirty I in the future was stipulated and agreed that I. Burning the exercise.of their political rights, will doubt ,

.! to in the second article within six months alter he shall days after the final adjournment rf raid commission 40th parallel appropriation of north of the' territory south of the less be made known at an early da,.. i
nave and at the expiration of latitude, as provided in the first is
his said It deemed
signified sufficient
consent to act as such. thirty days, the power and article of the said meanwhile, to announce that j
authority hereby granted to laid treaty, the possessory rights of the the people of the black
ARTICLE IV. umpire shall ce&se.JurriCLK Hudson's Bay Company and race are'free citizens "'f tit t
ix. be of all British subjects who United States, that it is the fixed intention of a .f and i
The sentence or decision of said Each government shall may already the occupation'of land or other beneficient
arbiter pay its pro* government to
own protect
/ commission in thd enJoy- I
hall be final and s pert) lawfully acquired within
conclusive all and secretary, but the the said territory should meat of their
upon the questions umpire shall bA paid,oriA half hv be respected and freedom and the fruitaf of their industry, !
hereby referred and the that the farms
; the Government of the ; lands and other
contracting parties hereby Ublted States and one half by of pro and that it is the manifest and binding duty'of all citizens -
k agree o carry the same into immediate effect. the Republic of Peru. Sound perty Agricultural every description, belonging to the Puget's whites as well as blacks, to make such 'arrangements ( I I

'. ARTICLE ARTICLE: x. Company, on ,the north side of the and E'ments'among themselves :
Columbia tor.compen-
River should be ;
The present Convention shall be ratified confirmed to the said com sated labor, as shall be
This andthe mutually advantageous 'to all j
convention shall rat. but that
be ratified and the ificatloii} thereof shall be pany ; in case the situation of those
farms and
4 ratifications parties. Neither
exchanged Idleness.nor
exchanged in the in the term of should win be folerse -
term of six fdur land be considered vagrancy :
months months from the
from the by United
hereof. the date date hereof. States to b ted, and the government.will not extend aid
of and pecuniary '
public political I
1 .4 In faith whereof, the respective Importance, and the UultedStatea to any persons, whether white
In faith whereof the Plenipotentiaries government should : or black who"are as* 'I
Plenipotentiaries of the ha e- igned the same and signify a desire obtain
two affixed their possession l [ willing to help themselves.
: governments have respective! seals. of the whole
;. : seals the signed and sealed, with their reepfctive Done in the city of Lima this twelfth day of January or of any part thereof, the property so re r I IIII.. District and .PilI" Commanders throughout thist
quired be
convention. in the transferred to the
4.. Done In the city of Lima in year our Lord one thousand eight hundred a valuation government at t Department will at once cause this order to' b*:frcuJa-
duplicate and proper be
on the six'y. hree. agreed between ted far
.+ 3g: = day of December, in the twentieth parties : upon ills and wide, by special couriers or otherwise and

,:. '',thousand eight,: hundred and sixty-two.year of our Lord one .I CHRISTOPHER ROBINSON. Aid whereas it is dealra'>10 that all !E' will them take such'steps to secure its, enforcement' as JUT
questions between by be'deemed
tea. rL. B.' the United States necessary.Q. .
r t '. 'CHRISTOPBEB'nOBINSON.JOSE O. ,PAZ SOLDAN. [L. s.] JOSE G. PAZ 8OLDAN.. Hudwro'AUayandPuarefs authorities on the one hand, and the> A.GILLMORE
And whereas the said (t. 8. [L. s4 panies on the other Ajrrirultural Com I !Lap.GmaaZ C M7ti4Mling.
Convention with
has teen duly rati- And whereas the said respect to the right OFFICIAL .
Convention possessory ]
'\ fled on both pins, and the been as amended, baa and claims: of those i ,
respective duly ratified companies and of
ratifications of on both parts and any other British I May 3, 1865. 16w.
the'same thprespectiTrtratIflcatiiinsofthesame ,
were exchanged in ; '
in the subjects Oregon and
of Washington
Lima on the Territory should f
i"CDt.tOur.l day of ; were exchaneed at the city ,of t1e settled the = .
April last Lima by transfer
r i ik it on the eighteenth day of April last : of tile! rights and claims to i '

.I 1. Now, therefore, be it known that I, ABRAHAM I4N l'1,I the money government'consideration.of the UnltoaitateB.. for an, adequate 1 I'LL kinds of.Job Printing> ( >neatly" doa

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[OFFlCLUjResolutions A Resolution explanatory of an Act entitled An .
District )
extending the Time for the of Columbia in the
case of
of the United completion of the Marquette claimed by Martha Nicholas Bowie, A Resol 1Ullon for the
and Ontonagon Railroad of the State of Mlohipan. Manning. Relief of the State of Wiscoaala. :
PASSED AT THE FIRST SEaSIO.V OF THU Approved, June 28,1864. Raoltedby tM Sm.Jk aM BOUlt of I

THIItT)-EIGHTII CONGRESS. Resolved by the Senate and House of Represenfatives of the United Stag f mtrit'cs in CbngrtU
of the United States of America in Congress Joint Resolution to incorporate the That the Secretary of we Department ot the .
assembled Young Men's hterior
I That the .. Association Christian Ihz.II, 1n adjusting the 'r V
provisions of the amount due
act entitled An Act of the City of the State of, ,
Resolution to amend the Charter of the City cf the time for the completion of the extending Be it resolved by the Senate and Home Washington. conlin, under existing laws, u five per eentum of 'J
Marquette of the
and '
Washington. Ontonagon railroad of the State of Michigan" tatives of the United States of America Represen- net proceeds of axles of the Public lands within ,
esolved by the Senate and House of Eepresenta- shall be sembled That in Congress as- limiu estimate and hrr
so construed as to extend the time for Benjamin Stlnemets charge against her the vain
les of the United States of America in Congress as so much of said road as lies between completing only jr., A. I. Stoddart, Samuel Ker Roberta, Samuel McElwee, one hunted and twent7-1ive thousand four of the ; ,

bled, That in case any person who is a qualified vo- ntonagoD. Marquette and Ebeling, Charles H. Norton S. Jordan, Albert and thirty on t"and eighty-two hundredth hundred < .

1 iu other respects shall crier and claim the right tote Approved, June 18 18C4. Warren Choate Nicholas Du Bois, George M. Powell, land granted to the Territot'y of Wisconsin acre of ; ,
t any election held iu the city Washington, and Joseph C. Clayton Joseph T. Brown, the construction of the MUwaukfe to aid 1u ; ,
is not registered his name shall be regised be their successors in office, Canal sad l oc>< River )
use name Joint Resolution authorizing and they are hereby which have been sold by said
the Incorporated
by the commissioners of election upon the terms to amend the Contract Secretary)' of the Navy politic and and made a body state, at one dollar and twentY- tenitol'7orAl4 : I

i conditions following:, namely, he shall take an oath Construction of two with John Ericsson for the Christian Association corporate of the by the name of Young Men's as much more as the territory and Te cents per' acre, sad '

follow'Ion: do solemnly swear that you will true the Dictator" impregnable' Floating Batteries, that name City of Washington,and by I the same upon sales of state received u D t
and may sue and any
the be sued part thereof
make to such questions as shall be asked Puritan. plead and be implead- i at a IUgI1er
wer you ed
in price and shall
Whereas the Navy any court of'law credit said state I
Department or with the ,
k-Jucg qualifications as au elector at this poll ou the twenty-eighth equity, and may have and amount that
your ; use has been ;
a legally and
day of July, eighteen common seal, and the prorerly
[ God or an affirmation to the same effect hundred and sixty-two entered same change at pleasure appUed by saidstateor
help you ; into contract with I have use, and exercise territory towards the cost of 'I i
h oath or affirmation, if he be unable to under New York for Capt. John Ericsson, of the city of incident to such the powers, rights, privileges wards the construction of selling said land and w. ,
the said
d the English language, may be interpreted to him construction of two impregnable corporation canal. And the add
floating batteries the SEC. 2. And be it secretary shall also settle and allow ; ;
of the commissioners, or an Dictator" and the ': resolved That to the Hiwauk1e
one interpreter, sworn and Puritan ; corporation the said and Rock River Canal I
whereas shall
commissioner, which interpreter shall also inter- experience with a similar class of vessels be ,capable of acquiring, receiving Company such sums ot mosey .
al have been
in actual conflict taking and properly i r
holding expended
and real
the commi during a varied and personal b1 saId V
Kbit answers to louers. If in his anon service of more estate, which estate the and company V
oath he shall than two years has demonstrated that shall never be divided the survey location ot said canal, in the ;
I state positively that he basIl many improve- among members of the lion thereof conatrue
ments corporation as far as the "
could be but shall has
the next made<< to render them descend to their lame been
in city one! year preoeding the day of more complete the successors for together with dams locks constrntded t
i election, desiiU& particularly: the place of hisience aud efficient as vessels of war ; and whereas these im- benevolent promotion of religious, moral educational, and and In the and Ilack-water Da1igaUOD. I t

and that he possesses the other qualifications provements have added irgely to( the cost of construc- purposes oi said corporation. management and keeping the same 1D repair -

elector, and if, furthermore, some qualified elec- tion of each of these vessels, rendering impossible for SEC. 3. And be It further resolved, That this corporation ; out and of the same ball be paid to the wd canal com- ; t

of the city, not a candidate for any office at that the contractor to complete them under existing ar- shall have power to alter and amend Its constitution pang any money in the treasury Dot otherwise i

.a,shall take an oath before said commissioners rangements ; and whereas it is of the utmost impor and by-laws : Provided, That they do not conflict appropriated ballance not exceeding in amount, however, the ; "i'
than,' one of them way: administer, that he is wellaimed tauce to the honor and interests of the country that with the laws of the United States, or the laws of the the sales charged of said against the State of Wisconsin upon J

[ with such applicant ; that he is, in fact, a they should be finished and ready for service at the corporation of the city of Washington. C&DallaDda, u above required after r t

Ejen:in the city,and has been one year next previous earliest moment : Therefore, SEC. 4. And be it further resolved,That said deducting the sum allowed said state for money paid _. I
corporation her
lech election, and that he qualified elector) has Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives put in shall not exercise banking privileges, or issue or by by laid out canal of the same fund. The same to be receIYed J l t!

iruson to believe, and does believe, that all thee ofthe United States of America in Congress assembled circulation bank notes, or any note, paper, token of aU claims of company in full payment and 1& f&tUon .
eots of such applicant are true, the commission- That the Secretary of the Navy be, and be is scrip, or device to be used as currency. said company against the State of Wia
SEC. con in and ot the
I till cause his name to be registered by their clerk hereby, authorized to amend the existing contract for 5. And be it further resolved, That congress reser'Ves land United States on account of,said anal I

fciUllihen receive the vote of said applicant ; or if the the construction" of these vessels so far as it relates to time.the right to alter, amend, or repeal this act at tory or State grant of, or Wisconsin on account of any action the Terri-
fit shall the Puritan, and to any or of the United
ippliC& present affidavit of rimself i and appoint a competent board to relation thereto States, ill
iied elector, duly certified by ascertain the present value, us far Approved, June 28,1864.
any justice of the as completed, of that SEC. 2. And 1
tin and for the county of Washington, District ofaibii vessel, and of the material on hand deemed actually sloner of the it further retdved, That tfi commis- ,
which shall satisfy the necessary to her construction Joint Resolution general land office be, L
commissioners that and to pay to Capt. John to authorize the Postmaster-General appointed account hereby
has been resident Ericsson, the contractor to commissioner to adjust the k
applicant a of the city one year the amount of valuation BO extend the Contract with the Overland provided for hereto
: Mail Com under the '
:precediug the day of such election: and that he is ascertained, deducting therefrom any sums already ad pany. of the Interior and to auperviaion or the Secretary
rile a qualified elector, the ca need towards the Be it determine what ahaD
commissioners may completion said vessel ; and that resolved by the Senate and House of Represen charged w said State of sum be J
rf the applicant' name to be upon said payment being made tatives of the Wiscons n for the lands
registered as hereinsprovided by the Secretary of the United States of America in for the construction granted -
and they shall then receive'his vote : \athe rights of the contractor to said vessel and ma sembled, That the Postmaster-General be Congress as shall be credited of said canal and what sums .

f uid applicant or such qualified elector shall in terial, or any portion thereof shall case and be vested hereby, authorized and and he is respectively to said state and said
empowered his for the
discretion company
iaer, w.lfully make any false statement, he sind! wholly and absolutely iu the United States, v\+ hich shaL. to extend the mail contract number ten thousand etractum of said locks moneys expended by them 10 the cou-
med guilty of perjury, and on thenceforth proceed to complete said hundred and seven canal as herein provided.
couriction. be vessel under such seventy-three with the Approved '
,&to the pains and penalties thereof. Provided arrangements as may be deemed most advantageous: or, any other responsible ....in.. mmmnniv present contractors v..n,,"", -_, July lf 1864.
.proved,Jane 1, IS64.. however-Thttnnthino herein contained shall the Overland Mail Company ;:thet- ""-J of AUVPTVM 09 I A Resolution tor
in any manuer affect ------- ----- one year I explanatory of the Tenth Section
the contract for the coustruction from the first day of of "An
July Act
the to reduce
of the '' upon same terms the Expensesofthe
elation to compensate the Sailors ou the! Gunboat "Pictator, which shall be completed by said and conditions with the the Public Survey and Sale or

L-ou de Kalb'' for Loss ol ClOthin coutra tor upon the same terms and conditions as! if this cept as to schedule time present which shall existing not exceed contract sixteen, ex May ,10,1862.Lands in the UnltedResolved States, approved,

xilved by the Senate and House Representatives resolution had not been passed : Aud provided further days for eight months of
That year, and twenty days for by the Senate and
jt Caned states of America in Congress uo action shall be had under this resolution the remaining tour House of ReDreaentaso -
; assembled: until months and tlves of the United
; as to State
[ said except of
the proper accounting officers of. the contractor shall have signified to the sation, which sh .ll compen America in Congress ..-
treasury be, Secretary 01 < not exceed the of sembled, That the
[they ire herei/y, authorized in ihe Navy, in writing, his dred and sum eight hun tenth section of an act entitled "An t
settling: the ach. :- acceptance ci its provisions twenty thousand dollars the act to reduce the : '
beyond ex
his amount the
ot the officers williugueba ty
petty seaineusaiiorsand, others w. superiuteiii to the paid for carrying of the survey and sale otthe
.ol completion printed matter by water. public lands in the United States :_ _,
** of the Uuited States construction of the approved the
Puritan thirtieth
gunboat Barou de : Provided Approved June -
Kalu'Oil' That further, 90,1864. day of May,'elgbtuen ,
to each a sum not exceeding filty dollars this resolution shall not take effect until the hundred and sixty-two '
as a com- providing for the + ot ; .,
mtOIl for the damage they have pletion and delivery of toe 'Dictator :" Provided depoa money in a proper u nited '
may sustained also
Joint States
e los of their clothing by the destruction of said I I Ie1 That it shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Navy,, Resolution to provide for the Publication of a foil shall be depository construed tu to pay lbr the aurvel of Publc lands.
to be paid of in carrying this Aimy Register. an appropriation of the
out resolution
au\ money in the execution to sums
treasury apportion Be
not it
resolved deposited for the
rise appropriated and apply to the Dictator," in by the Senate and House of Represen- objects contemplated In the aid i
for _
proved, Juue 1, 1861tiolliuthorizing. only such portion of the gross: contract price of vessel the- tatives of the United States of America iu Congress assembled tenth thorized section, and the Secretary of the Treasury 11 au- t

two million three huudred thousand dollars That the Secretary of War be, and he is here- I cause the sums deposited under the said
for the "Dictator '' (.$2,300,000). by, authorized and re wired in connection with I section to be placed to the credit of the
the Acceptance of and Puritan' as the Dictator'' the proper appropriation
a certain .
oaialtrota: the Government of Great Britain. would justly be entitled to it both vessels had been Army Register for the year eighteen hundred and sixty- the surveying service : Provided, That

iO.'Ttd' by tae Senate and House of Representatives pleted at the price and in the mode of construction com four, to cause to be printed and published a full roster any excesses in the sums so deposited, over and above

United :States of America iu died in the contract, special reference spec or roll of all field, line, and staff officers of volunteers the actual cost of the surreys; comprising all ezpenaN
Congress assembled being had the
Ssr difference of who have been in the of the United incident thereto, for which they were .
on Solomon cost army StAtes severt
; Sharp, of the navy of the United between the two vessels arising from since the shall be Uy deposited -
beginning of the repaid to the
s be the difference present depositors
and in
he hereby is, authorized their construction rebellion.showing whether they respectively.
to provided
the for in the
accept are yet in the service Approved, July 1 .
of plate recently presented to him by the contract. f or_have been discharged there. ,
of Great Britain as a mark of high govern Approved, June 25, 1864. irom, ana gmng casualties and other explanations
"remitting attention and kindness appreciption of proper for such register. And to defray in whole or In A Resolution to anthorizejthe? Acquisition of certain
iiin officers shown by him Joint Resolution .. pan the the expenses of this publication Land for the Use of the Government Hospital J
of the British ship Greyhound," amendatory of An Act to provide an edition of Insane. forth
ila the naval hospital under for the Deficiency iu the nfty-thousand copies ot such enlarged register shall be
\Virginia. charge, at Nor of Officers and len actually Appropriation for the Pay published and may be sold to officers, soldiers, or citi- Resolved by the Senate and House of Representative .
employed in the
proved, Jane 7,, lbG4. I Department, or Department of Missouri." Western izens at a price which shall not more than cover the of the United States of America in Oongreas uaembed, .
actual That
-- I Bo it resolved by the Senate and House of cost of paper, printing. and binding, and shall I to the Secretary of the Interior 18 hereby authorized
tatives Represen not in case exceed deed to John Perkins a portion of the ._
ejotation tendering the of the United States of any one dollar per volume. extreme Booth
eaant-Colonel Thanks of Congress to sembled, That where in Congress as- Approved, June 30,1864. point or angle of the farm of the government hospital
Joseph Bailey of the Fourth Reg- any person or persons holding for the insane, in exchange for two
tcf Wisconsin Volunteers. any power of attorney or assignment acres of land. .
executed subsequent more or less, now owned and ,
t tied by the Senate and House of Representatives to August sixteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty- Joint Resolution authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury Perkins, and situated near the middle occupied by thatridTof the I
iced tnree and of V
States of America prior to January 22d to release certain Parties
in Liabilities
Congress eighteen hundred the ,
assembled or Pay hospital farm which fronts
:he aud the t
thanks of sixty-four, for the ment of Duties and upon public roads :
congress be and they are hereby, sum adjudged: due to any officer Penalties therein mentioned Provided, That not more than three : I
:4to or soldier acres Is
Lieutenant-Colonel by the Be it resolved the given for
commissioners by Senate
appointed under and House of
Bailey, of the joint Represen one contained In the last described jl
Aliment resolution piece of
Wisconsin volunteers approved February sixteenth : tatives of the United States of America In land belonging :
eighteen hun Congress
,acting engineer I assembled to the said Perkins: And
aiaeteenth m> the ariny corps for distinguished ser- officer dred and sixty-three, shall have paid any money to any That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he That the said Perkins is able to give provided and does further, 1

the recent campaign on the Red River, by or soldier on the faith of such power ot attorney is hereby, authorized to release and discharge the to the United States a good and sufficient give V i

': gunboat flotilla under Rear Admiral David or assignment, that the paymaster appointed to disburse Irish National Fair," recently held at Chicago, of and piece of land now owned and title to the V
*: the occupied by him.
"u rescued from imminent funds appropriated by the act approved January from all liability heretofore incurred for, or on I Sec. ,
,2. periL account [ 2)] And be It tnrthe resolved .
: That .
And Secre.tary
be it further resolved, That the Presi twenty-second, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, to1 of having sold goods and lottery tickets without license of the Interior is further authorized : .
de United States provide for the deficiency in or and of and from the to defrav the
be requested to cause a copy the appropriation for the stamps, payment of all license expense of moving the dwelling house
'Kttlution to be transmitted to Lieutenant-Colo- pay of officers and men actually employed in the west fees, stamp duties, or penalties incurred by reason of Perkins'tract to the tract ext hanged for on It the present. ;
r. ern department, or department of the sales aforesaid. '
Missouri, be, and he'is vine and walling a well ont of approprlaUonSready ,
Med' June 11,1864. hereby, authorized and directed to such Approved, June 30, 18M. any .x t '
to .
ner- made or that mav ba. mail. In., i .i.....j..._.. *u_
----- ----, ....
or -yo. '
the vc
persons amount wa # .
thus otticer" .
paid to
tt.olution any or grounds of the hospital. "". Jr.,
granting certain PrirlIeges soldier, upon such attorney or assignee making and Joint Resolution the Approved July ; : '
of Des to the City authorizing Secretary of the Inter 1,1864.
.!' Moines, In the State of Iowa. filing an affidavit to the effect that the amount was ac- rior to reclaim and preserve certain .Property of the ; \

of oiled by the Se ate and House of Represen- tually paid to said officer or soldier, and upon the pay United States. A Resolution regulating the Investment of J,
the the Naval :
l'tuted master
That States of America in Congress as- being satisfied that the amount was actually Be it resolved by the.Senate and House of Represen Pension Fund. I :

orDe I the Cnited States 1ereby relinquish to paid under; and the amount paid such attorney or assignee tatives of the United States of America in Congress as Resolved by the Senate and House of Representa .

ration Moines, in the State of Iowa a muniei- amount this resolution shall be deducted from the sembled, That the Secretary of the Interior be, and is fives of the United States, of'America fa Congress. ;,

right tstablLihed under the laws of said state, due said officer or soldier, anything any previous hereby, authorized and directed to prevent the improper sembled, Thai the Secretary the.,Navy, as trustee of ,

er Uea 1oineli and interest in the coal-beds underlying ing. action of congress to the contrary notwithstand appropriation or occupation of any of the public, the naval pension fund, be, and be is hereby, authoris J

That within the limits of said city : streets, avenues, squares, or reservations In the city ot ed and directed to cause to be invested fa .the register ,

,bch shall no disPOition or use thereof shAll be Approved,June 25, 18G4. Washington belonging to the United States, and to reclaim ed securities of the United States, on the' first, day of :

nor 1h&U> obstruct the free navigation of said the same if unlawfully,appropriated ; and par ; January and the first day of JiUy of escLyear. so much VV : ;, '
I&ne! any ODe grant of the pltvUege 0 f. min- Resolution for the Relief of Clerks at the Kittery and ticularly to prevent the,, erection of any permanent of the said fund then in the j treasury of the United V
ed, June exteud fer a longer period than ten years. Philadelphia Navy Yards. building upon any property reserved to or for the use I States as may not be required the payment of natal t }

15, l86t.on Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, unless plainly authorized by act of pensions for the then current fiscal year; and the j
to of the United States of America in Congress assembled, congress, and to report to the congress at the commencement ; requisition of the said secretaryf so much of the said :: I 1

provide for the revision of the Laws o fand That in the settlement of the accounts of the Kittery Ii of its next session, his proceedings in the fund. may not be required for such payment of pen E 1

the the District of Columbia. Philadelphia navy yards, the proper accounting premises, together with a full statement of all such sions accruing during the current fiscal .y.ear, ahau be .:. ,:

ed Under re"1.ed code of the District of Columbia, officers of the treasury be, and they are hereby, authorized property, and how, and by what authority, the same is held In the treasury ,on, the days aforesaid in each :

Pr,'e the ant horttp of congress, entitled "Au to allow such sums as have already been appropriated 'occupied or claimed. Nothin herein contained shall be year, subject to his ordor for the purpose of such toae :

she the laws. of the District ot Columbia, and by congress for the pay of clerks at said yards, construed to interfere with the temporary and proper diate investment; and the interest payable coin np;' ,: .

and lame, approved March third, eigbteeneol from October, eighteen hundred fifty-seven, to July, occupation of any portion,of such property, by lawful on the said securities.which.the said fund shall be la-

y'five, and which WM published by or eighteen, hundred and fifty-nine. authority;for the legitimate purposes ,,of the United vested, shall be aid1iwhendne: : to the order of the, .!

"A4.aq 1rhereu ill the year eighteen hundred and fifty Approved, June 25th,1884. Siatcx. Secretary of the Navy, and he is hereby authorized and I

lllift said codeis believed to have been Approved, June 30,1864.. directed t? exchange amount of such ;mtere!when ,{ j
r I Of COmplete, and accurate compilationuken Joint Resolution to continue In force the Joint Resolu paid 10 cointlor 80 much the legal canency of the ., '
that Diltr1ct at the period of ita exccu- tion entitled Resolution to increase temporarily Joint Resolution for the Relief of the Officers of States as may be obtained therrfor at tae ismr. :

mess down ores should be to haTe tbe the Duties on Imports," approved April twenty and Fifth Indian Regiments. theFonrth rent rates of premium, on gold, and to deposit the said 1IInited ,

to the present time and perfected: ninth eighteen hundred and li:t1-toar. Be it retdved by tAe Senate and Home of interest so converted in the treasury to. the creditor

r Be it resolved by the Senate and House of, Represen, of the United, State of America. in Gmgrw'aSa gti tt+ I the said naval pension fund; Provided That nothlM
a 1e edu br the Senate tatives of the United $tates America in l herein contained shall be
and HoU8e of Represses Congress assembled That the proper accounting officers of the I construed to 'interferewith i
...... fieed : That the joint Resolution treasury are'hereb the _
.. States of America In Congress as fncreasingthe.duties directed to adjudicate and settle the,claims payment of naval pensions under the tuperviona of
trra the : mmttteeaontheDistrictofColnm- I on Imports, approved April twenty ninth, eighteen hun those officers of the fourth and fifth Indian 'regiments, o the Secretary of the Interior, U now regulated by law.f ,
to holllea of dred .and sixty-four, be,and Is hereby,'continued In Approved, July 1, 1884..
cask did code congress; respectively, be Ia' force until the Ant day vof Jury next.t 'who wre commissioned by the War Department, and ; 1
to be 10' rertsed amended accepted their appointments ,for such time, aa they -
and or
also Approved, June 27 1864. Joint Resolution
wed since the Laws congress* for said either of them'were' actually performing duty other to grant additional Booms to the Ag,

rel&rne to the COD1pUatlon aforesaid, aa ahall than that of recruiting for said regiments and,to pay, ricultural Department. *

lo1 the present condition of the law.'' Joint Resolution correcting a clerical Error In the Award ,such claims ont of any moneys'in the treasury not otherwise Whereas the apace assigned to the department ,of ag 1

not more than two suitable persona of the Emancipation Commissioner appropriated :' ,Provided, however, That riculture in the patent, office :building Included: between ,_ "
day of the trork at a compensation of Be It resolved by the Senate and House of Represen, 'compensation shall be 'allowed beyond the pay and ,ti e central crypt and the westvwfag in the first 1*

::. ed ih for the time employed. And said, tatives of the United States 'of America in Congress emoluments Incident to the respective rank of" the'acv story necessities on the south front, is entirely. ''Inadequate to the '

b1 a all be Print d by direction ,of sal d' assembled, That the' Secretary, of : the ,Treasury; eral officers; nor shaU any 'claim be'considered' or allowed of the department, two of the rooms wll.... '
neat these limits
sad convenient form for the" 'uiecommittees, be, and he la bereby; authorized to 'correct a, clerical except accompanied by the official, certificates)r being used as iuroace rooms for the JIl'a! 1-.

the and congress and aid 'error'JD'entering'the amount"of the award of\.the commissioner orders of the commanding officer of the regular or, volunteer tent office, 0"al a chemical laboratory, andano I 5 !; .. f

of lame to their respective bomel 'at tne *,under ihe'tct of the sixteenth of April sigh : officers of the U. s.'army asiijroing them to such having'recently been taken for the use of the land o .. ; ?
Congress for teen hundred aud flee, leaving but five rooms, with j : .. s
hne adoption. sixty-two entitled'An act for the duty. one small torerooa,- .... t ''
18, 18M. release) of certain persons held to service or labor in the Approved, June SO. 1864. for the business of the department: and whereas, sdditiona L

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venience of the commissioner, for the accommodation TREATIES. ,. 74 from the local governors, either for the pur-I not equally, and under the same conditions be '
; f article or for its removal from one ed in the JKe asoson national vessels ae '
of clerks engaged in the collection and compilation of Additional Article the -Qeneral Conv nJjon'or ny in eral'
l statistics, and in other official duties; for the better accommodation .V Friendship, ''avigation Jtweenh ano Trben purchased, any"ytttempt &compel the Such etfflilififl&plv ent shall apply recipnvX

t of the operations of the chemist in< United f April 2 ,1 t-' .. citizens pJxthe United States bfAmerica receive such the respectiye veisel4 Jifpm whatever port orJ *
Us"'rem the local governors shall be considered they maTatt1 and;wbakvermac be **
'. making agricultural tests, analyse:, and experiments, eluded at 1, 1861.: b._ treaty&lid I their *]
4 4br f.M ion of this the Sublime Porte dentin atiott *
and for the and exhibition of pomological, Prodai
arrangement exchanged : f .);861. the. '
and ; ) J i \ately\ p ifclttfiriyfertty D1'.v1i ; or ABTICLBX.
entomological, agricultural,a ecHneiiB/finodels tdeJ1toCtbe pfte4 "ta; September .
( : oth iflcers who shall have been'guilty of such 'misconductritid All vessels according to the laws
-r- which
and paintings : Therefore, b'A, : .*:-r } of the t .
II Be it resolved by the Senate Qclllouse of Representatives HyT: t llDE5i oFxTt r W t> f STATES-A'16i1ici.. shall render full justice to citizens of the' States, are to be deemed vessels of the United

I of the United States of Anierfcain Congress'Mliembled ;d'ROtAMATION.ADDITioSAt, United State of America for all losses or injuries and all vessels which according to Ottoman 1a1rl---

1 t That, in addition to the'ma Tlow? occupied < ',' RTICLES. which they may dnlyproYe'themselve. to have. suffered to be deemed Ottoman vessels, shall, for the .

by the department of agricultaref ther&\ shall-be,4; laid thereby;. of this treaty, be deemed vessels of the Gaited ,
I'd the i General'Convention of FriendShip Commerce ARTICLE 111. and Ottoman vessels respectively.
hereby is, assigned to the said,department the suite I"
rooms upon the first floor included between the southwest and Navigation, concluded at on', 'If any articles of Ottoman produce or manufacture ARTICLE
corner and the western entrance of the patent the twenty-sixth day of April, 1826, between the United' purchased by citizens of the United States of America, No charge whatsoever shall be made upon iOOca

office building. States of America and His Majesty the King of Den or.their.agents, for the purpose of selling the same for the United States, being the produce or Ilan1tf._CC

'PP1'Cved.July 1, 1864. mark. -q I internal consumption in Turkey, the said citizens or of the United States of America, whether in vq
The United States of America and His Majesty the heir'ants shall pajr-at the purchase and sale of suchaiclea the United States or other vessels, nor upon IDrftA.a of
King of DemarJcrw4shinffto-favor-their mut -cpQ1meroe..bJa of trade therein' the the produce or manufacture of any other <
A Resolution requesting the President to appoint a Day a A.tn. y/nianrier same
) I forjjfational Humiliation and Prayer. I?hi.tnG1rlponsevery,Mdei8 duties that are paid in similar circumstances by the try carried in vessels of the United States, 1rbQ"

\t. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives assistance to their respective vesselsr the undersigned* moat favored class Ottoman subjects, or of foreigners same shall pass through the Straits of the ]Darda ..

of the United States of America in Congress as. Plenipotentiaries, being chtfjj enrnoweredlor tfcsjf pjnv 'In the.internal. trade. of the Ottoman Empire. or of the Bospborhs, whether'Buch goods Shall
sembled, That the President of the United States be pose, have agreed upqn the JollawiQg ''Additional anti- through those straits in the vessels that brought .aII
requested to appoint a day for humiliation and prayerby cles to the General Convention of Friendship, Com- ARTICLE iv. or shall have been transhipped to other TeIItJa

by the people of the United States that he request his merce and Navigation, concluded at Washington' On the No other or higher duties or charges shall be imposedin whether' after having been sold for exporUtloaTftT
I i' constitutional rs at t13 e'head!S the' x 'lacuttve departments twenty.sixth day of April, 1826,* between' the contracting the dominions and possessions of either of the contracting shall, for a certain limited time be landed, in onW?

.unite with-him as thechief'agi&trate: of parties. ,parties','on the.exportation of any article to the be placed in other vessels, for'the continuance of ?

4 the nztfffq ft'theTcity of Washington- ; and .the! members .ARTICLE i. doiniaiona'nd pbss'essiplis'of the other, than such as I voyage. In the latter case, the goods in question> !52.
Ol'n Repayable oh the exportation of the like i be deposited at Constantinople, in the !
of }ttgress',and all magistrates.,all civil,military' The respective Consuls-General, Consul, Vice-Con are I inaglzlaes ofa*
and navATo/8be9, all soldiers, ..sailor*,, and marines suls and Commercial Agents, shalt haye the. right as article to >any other foreign. country ; nor shall any customhouse, called transit magizines ;,a rid ia J.
with ill'bnl tats'ablding people,,,,-td. convene.f attheirti8ualjbli such to sit judgefe and arbitrators in sufth'differencesas prohibition be imposed on the exportation of any article other places where there is no entrepot they ihalK,
I ;s'of- orsldp, or .wherever they,maybe arise fcitbeHrt sea-orili'port'netrreen the fcaptahi !from the dpminidnti ind possession's: of either of the placed under the charge of the administration of
may ,
f to"4on1etle i.aud'fqtepedt of their .manifold sins to ,. ; officers and cttwfcf,the vessels"'belonging,to the two cotttrattifig'hovers to the'dominions and possesaidnh customs..
Of the OUier/whlch'shall'not{ equ Uy"extend to ARTICLE XII
implore,tbe'+ omp ssion. and 10 :venesa. of the -Almightyvthijif na tion.whose'inte 81.Sh''comm1tt d to-"their charge
..the to auy other country. The Sublime Porte, desiring to
cptiBistent with Hiswillthe existing. particularly in reference to I the 'adj st1de11t ''of'wages exporta'tipn'brthelike'artiele grant, by menu
So 'or uo verwUl be demanded on concessions all facilities in its
1 rebeIUl m.y'be's I1ysuppressed, and the.lupre. and the execution /I macyWlitf c&nstitutipn and.laws of'.the United States. the1'local'a uthorittel;,twtesg the,eon ti
may bdestta ed-thro\tghout the' states;. to implore I and the officers, ortrf the captains,:should.disturb ihe chased by citizens of the United States of America; or per cent., levied up to this time on articles 1tApq,

Him.. air ttae.t Strpreme. 'Rule.of ,ttu; world ,pottodestroyWas order' '.."Of ihe Tcoutitry.ItishoweverundetttooUthatthia... their agents, either at the place where such articles is ted into the Ottoman Empire, In their palUge
eople:nor.sriffet s to ie destroy by I species of judge 'purchased or, in its transit from that place to the place the Ottoman Empire to other:countries, shill bed

1 the lib +Srcdntiivatice'ofother nations.or,by.obstinate'KdneslotiY ment or itrbitr tlott. faall'iiot 'deprive' the contending, 'whence it is eaported'at which' it will 'be subject to to two per ant., payable as the duty of three;.
an'export duty not exceeding eight jw cent., calculated been hitherto on arriving in the
? Our own counsels..,.which may be parties bf the tight UreyttuYtf to resort ron their' 'returnto has paid OwoaiaS
on the value at the plate shipment 'and payable .on minions and at the end of eight to
in c nrith His eternal purposest-and to J Him'to.'enlgltteh the mind the.nation; to k.ri wand rit exportation ; and all articles whfr.la'lhaU once have froin the day of the exchange of the ratifications of2

do ms"m;'hnfnhly believing that it Is in accordance The COnsuls-General. Consuls, Vice-Consuls and paid this'duty'shall not again be liable to the same present treaty, to a fixed and definite tax of'OJ1a"

with:Hill wJli)1i\ t bU1'lace should be maintained Commercial Agents are authorized to require the assistance ;, .duty, however, they may have changed hands within cent., which shall be levied, as is to be the case'try

united'peop.e among the family ofnatipnar; to implore ot the local authorities for the search,arrest Fund any part of the Ottoman'Empire.It respect to Ottoman produce exported, to defni 1
Him to'grant'to_our armed defenders,,and the masses, imprisonment of the,deserters from'the Bbips'of-'war ia furthermore agreed that the duty of eight per the expense of registration.The .
of the eOplo'bf.t courage, power.of resistance and .n- and merchant-vessels of:Ihetr country. 'For' this pur tent, above mentioned will be annually reduced' by oue Sublime Porte, at the same time, declare i fa

duratice t afy.toecure thatl su1tt: ,innpore, Him. poso they Bboll'spy to.tbe'co atpet4ntlribunal:judges pel"ct1it., until it shall be, In this manner, finally' reduced it reserves to itself the right to establish, by a it &
'I'Ii in His'ibflntte goodnpsa tosoftcp.the. hearts, enlighten and offlcew,'mndabaUihr wridng'derktlri"tsaid'deser-; to a fixed duty of one per cent'ad vatvreTn, destined enactment, the measures to be adopted for the pm

the aatiHl iihd' ;;thai'they mal lay downtbeiixiis,and.speedily control. %m.
'vessels,:tlie rolls of tbe'crews/or-by'dllier:: official docn- i
i return$o thejr' allegiance to.tbo" United. SUteerthat 'ments, or, it the vefsetaba&ixsH departedbycopy! of Alt tl'LE V. ; Citizens of the United States of America, MU

I they toltfcdf be utterly destroyed th4 the a1Tiiion. of said-document' ul11'f idediby lh.aiHhdt{ such- ipdividuabi shall agents, trading in goods the produce or mantthpgs
No other duties be
t bloo4-" staredr| 'apd' that,unity.an"dfriitemitv: ( form part of..toe. riV5" and oh this reclamation or higher imposed on the of foreign countries, shall be subject to the salo* .
into the United States of America of
may Ibe retl.Vred,1 and peace established throughout all being thus substantiated, theajurrenderfchall not be're- importation any and enjoy the same rights, privileges and Imm
t article produce or manufacture of the dominions
dealing in goods themanufacture '
our b6rders.s 3f'thd'said' as foreign subjects pt
.tused.tunles8there.le ; proof s
and of his Imperial Majesty the Sultan
Approved 'July 2,18C4. of their own country.
i ; sons being citizens subjects of the country '.where froiu whatever place arriving,whether by sea or by ARTICLE xrr.
their surrender' is deniaoded;. ;Such deserters when
Joint ResoWtion In"Relation, the Professors of the arrested shall be placedatct1iiisposalofslidCdnatileneral {- land ; and no other or higher duties shall be imposedon An exception to the stipulations laid down i3eldpp
the importation:into the dominions and possessions article shall be made in regard to tobacco in
-.Military-A'cadeniic, aj Wet Point. onsuls: Commercial ai7T,
(} ConsulsjViced or Agents.
; of hi Imperial Majesty, of any article the produce or whatsoever and also in regard to salt, which
i Resolved byJtbVria >nd .House ,of Eepresentatives and may be confined ia the public prisons the request'and tworftcles1
manufacture the States of America
( of the'United-States of.,AmericA. .h .,congress aasembleaj cost>those who shall claim them in Ordef" to 'be ; United from shall cease to be included among those whiei] b
''!' -tbetbfrtvrst section.Cf"the act."entitled detained until.the time when theqshall be restored to : whatever place arriving than are or may be' payableon citizens of the United States of America are p ratt
f J> the like article the produce or manufacture of any into the Ottoman dominions.
i AnJict'foT-enTolling-calling out the..n.ionalf the vessels to which they belonged, or sent back to
rces.a1 for oth, purposes,." approved March third! ,, 'their own country by a vessel of the same nation or other foreign country; nor the shall any prohibition of be Citizens of the United States, however,or their ifsa
maintained or ituposed on importation 'arti-
eighteen'Ijftildred,and;sixty-three,'or the ieleveulhi secrionoT -. any other vessel whatsoever.' But if not sent back any buying or selling tobacco or'salt for consumption
AV t6 Increase the' pay'of cle, the produce or manufacture ot the dominions and Ottoman Empire shall be subject to the '
I act soldiers in..the. within.three months from the day of their arrest, they' I same repfc
United States'irmyndJof other tTuipo efli'7.approved; .shall be set at liberty, and shall not be again arrestedfor possessions of either of the contracting parties, into lions and shall paythe same duties as the most firoteld
and of the other
Jun&tW htfe\1P.: eighteen hundred and.gi& -f011J..sha11 the same cause. the dominions possessions which Ottoman subjects'trading in'the, two articles aftreaH;

not b i onstntM.tQ abridge the "privileges, rtisuallyi; ala However if the deserter should be found to have shall not equally extend to the importation of the like and furthermore, as a compensation fortheproaft&Jii
I lowe$'theprofeBsorfpf the articles, being the produce or manufacture of any of the two articles above mentioned
.military} .academy, of beingabseetdnrifigfhe committed any crime or offence his surrender may be' no duty whitjom
'suspension of" the other country, shall in future be levied on those articles when
ordinary academic delayed until the.tribunal before which his case, shall export
f t studies ef that institution be depending shall ha'pronounced its sentence and His Imperial Majesty further engages that, save as from the Ottoman Empire by citizens of the I rmlll
hereinafter excepted, he will not prohibit the importa
\ Approved, July 2,1864. such! sentence shall.have been carried into effect. States.
1' tion into his dominions aud possessions of any article
The present additional shall have the aame Citizens of the United States shall, neverthelessbbound
F c A Resolution explanatory ofan Act entitled hAn Act toe force and.value as if they were inserted, word for word. the produce and manufacture of the United States of to declare the quantity of tobacco and silt tb
increase the Pay of Soldiers in.th'c America, from whatever place arriving;; and that the to the custom house authotla'
United States in the convention signed at Washington,on the twenty- exported proper ,r}
''i ;. '. Army; and for other Purposes," approved, June sixth dayof April, one thousand eight hundred and duties to be imposed on every article the produce or shall, as heretofore, have the right to watch over&!
\ f twentieth,'eigh1eenhundred and'aixty.four. twenty-six, and being approved and ratified by the manufacture of the United States of America imported export of these articles, without thereby being enfik

ResolvedJhy the Senate' and House of Representa President of the United States, by and with the advice into the empire and possession of his Imperial Majestythe to levy any tax thereon on any pretence wlutaoerer.
Sultan shall in no case exceed one fixed of -
of the United States of ,
t.ves America ARTICLE
r Congress as- and consent ofhe'Senate thereof, and by His Majestythe xv.
I rembiedr"flmv the word 'musiciailu'fn. thee first sec. Kibi of Denmark, the ratifications shall be ex eight per cent ad valorem, or.a specific duty, fixed by It is understood between the two contnetiDc'that pj '

f. .. :ion'Of an! ct entitled 'An'act to .increase tbapayofioldieW changed at Washington within six months from the common consent, equivalent thereto. Such rate shall the Sublime Porte reserves to itself the faculty
the value of such articles
calculated at
t fa"the United' *arnry-and"fOr; other pur-v date hereof, or'sooner, if possible. upon right of Issuing a general prohibition against theiartation
: pose*,?! Approved.June twentieth,", eighteen hundred'andsixty ; In faith whereof we, the undersigned in virtue of wharf, and1J,be payable at the time of their being into the Ottoman Empire of gunpowder,rums

1"1 4ottr is toot to be construed to include tnusiv our respective full powers, have signed the present landed, if brought by sea, or at the flrat custom-house arms of war, or military stores, but such proL

cial\ ,:( (r'lhan:leaderaJ'employetl- m niber.. of, additional articles and have thereto affixed our seals. they may reach, if brought by land. will not come into operation until' it shall ban'be

rl bri{ dtt and'reginjental bands but. such members of Done in triplicate at the city of Washington, on theeleventh If these articles, after having paid the import duty of officially notifiedand will apply only to the.ardclcVtloned
cent., are sold either at the place of their arrival -
baudaj&aU be paid t heretofore, erne fourth of the day of July In the year 'of -our Lord one eight per in the decree enacting the prohibition J
member* of eaeh band thirty-four'dolaia- per mouth, thousand eight bundred'und.txty--one. ,arm. the interior of the country, neither the buyernor .these articles which have not been so specifcagy
the seller shall be charged with any further duty in .
onetol;0f them;twenty 1oilars'per month,'and the '. WILLIAM SEWARD. TL. s.1 ---w -- lieu shall, ou being imported into the" uitoman-j-Jn "
respect to them and if such articles should
t' rem $1IiDg1 alf of-thern Seventeen'dQl1 ars per month. W. R.'RAASLOFF.' [L, s.] ; not be sold be subject to the legal regulations, uulesi the Legstir
In the Ottoman
for consumption Empire should
Appiroved, Jul,186.. And whereas the said additional articles have been but be the United States of America shall think fit to app>p f fa
within the of six months the
re-exported space ,
0 duly ratified im both'partti and the respective ratifications same special license, which will In that case be
: considered merchandise in transit
A Revolution, increase the Compensation of Matrons 'of:the same were exchanged in the city of WaBhingtou shall be as by land provided no valid objection thereto can be aJIq
treated ia stated hereinafter
: and be as in Article XII.
;' in the .
Hospitals. on 'ctgh1eezi particular, when allowed
hlittlDt'by'WU1lam H. SeV- Gunpowder to be 1m
Resolved,by-'the: : Senate and."House of P.epresentatives ard,Secretary-of '.'the'United States, and R, of this treaty: the administration of thd-customs being ed, will be liable to the following stipulations r'

'of the .United-States:of,America, in Congress- Raaaloff-Charge dUSaires of His Majestythe JGnifof :bound to restore, at.the time ot their re-exportation, to I 1. It shall not be sold by citizens of the United S_

cmbled, .That from'and after the /$1st' day of July, DeUnmrk:in'the.United1 des;, On the part bf their n the merchant who shall be required to furnish proof i in quantities exceeding the quantities'prescribe. bl.
that the in have
ighteen hundred and sixty-four,hospital matrons shall peQtiBBgOvernment:' goods question paid import 'dutyof I local regulations.

be entitled to and shall receive ten dollars per mouth Now;-.tberafore, irknown that I, Abraham Liucoln eight per cent., the difference between that duty and 2. When a cargo or a large quantity of gunponi
the duty levied on goods in transit bland, asset forthin
un.t 14mdration.ApppOTed ; Piteaident ofthe United States. of America', have the article above cited. arrives in an Ottoman port, on board a vesitj :tf
: r July 4, 18M.f caused the'said additional articles l 'to be made public, to United States, such vessel shall be anchored .at f.],
the end that the same andTEVary clause and article thereof ARTICLE VI. ticular spot, to be designated by the lll1th
f Joint Resolution for the. Relief the Sufferera by. a late may]observed andfulfilled with good;faith by the It is understood_that_any article, the produce or manufacture and the gunpowder shall thence be conveyed;!

j AocideZItat theU. '8. Arsenal r 'AVashtngJOnD. C. United:Sutea. and.thecitlieds-thereof. of a foreign country intended. for Importation the inspection of such authorities, to depots, or:J.

: Whereas nearly- thirty persons; mostly fenjales,vrereeriibiy4njurednineteen witness whereof I.have IwrtfUdto, 'set my band into the United Principalities of Moldo-AVaUachia or places designated by the government, to which the J Jties'interrested
,! r : of them fatx1J) by to'explosionIn and caused the sealxrf the United States to be affixed; into the Principality of Servia,which shall pass'throughany : shall have access underduere '

th r attridgo factory at thc-. United. rltates'ars ernalinfiashington Done in the city of Washington this tweri- other'part of the Ottoman Etp it e, win not be .lia Fowling,pices, pistols, and ornamental or fwcjt
_: I).-C.; oii the 'seveh.teeoth'day of [L. i.J) tieth day of September the year our Lord ble to the payment" of ,cn'stoms duty ''until "it reaches Otis, as also small quantities of gunpowder for i

June, ighteen hundred ''and aixty.fgiir;:and'wbbreaa oue thousand eight hundred and sixtyoneand those principalities j and, on the'other hand, that any reserved for private use, shall not be subject ,,to
all of the wounded'arepoor, and dependent On'dafiy of the independence of the United- States the article of foreign produce or manufacture, passing stipulations of the present article.

labor ftotfraad, who by this calamity-h a been -de- eighty-sixth. ABRAHAM LINCOLN.By ; through those principalities but destiI ed'for some other ARTICLE XVL-

prived'orthe: power to earn their:livioj/ }nd are with the President, part of the Ottoman Empire, will not be> liable to, thepaymentof The firmans required for merchant-vessels ofj

i out the mea.nstoprocu the care and comfort necessary WIUJAJI! fl. SEWARD, : customs' duty until.such article reaches the United States of America, on passing thro-a:11
to thete recovery;:'Therefore, Secretary-of State. first custom-house nuder the direct administration oithe dan-lies and the Bosphorus shall always be'deli
i : Bo it resolved by the Senate and House of Bepresentativcsof SublimePorte..The i
in such manner.as td occasion to such vessel the
I : the.United States of America Congress assembled Treaty between the United States of America .and the I 'same course shall be followed with respect to possible delay.

+ That the Bum of twohouQnd; 'dollars be, Ottoman Empire.. Concluded at. Constanttaople, any article'the produce or manufacture of those prin- ARPICLB _

and the same is hereby,'appropriated out ofany -money February i5, 1862 ; ratifications exchanged,June;5,' cipaliUeS,' well as with respect 'to any article the The captains of merchant-vessels xyn. of the United:

I in the treasury not 01h wise: ilpproPr2 ed-tor' the 1862, proclaimed. by the President of the United States produce relief of the victims of web explosion--said
t money to July 2,1862. Ottoman Empire/intended for
distributedunder the direction : exportation. Such,.ar be ocliged, immediately on their arrival at the F
1 be said arsenal, and' in:of such faj' manner rBentoDjcommaDdinR.at BT THE PRESIDENL OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.A titles.will, be liable to the i>ayment '"of customs duties,. their destination, to deposit in the custom-honle J
asnhall the
former to tbe'custqm.hOUieofth8.aforesaid
,most conduce to the comfort and relief. Of "saidsufferers PROCLAMATION.-, paUtles,; i- ihe;latter td the ';Ottoman':t '; usto :1 Prifler:; port a true copy of their ARTICLE manifest.XVII .

according to their necessities respectively, The United States of America on the .ribpart, and I the object beit1that- 'neither t fcripprt nor export duties '
and that he to this house. Contraband goods will be liable to conliecstioal!
report his Imperial Majesty the 6ulta-the OtTonTaBf npire shall In any. case be payable more than nce.. r/
.tpprovedJulp 4. 186 Ottoman trEasnry;but a report or rtrNI
? on the other part'being-equally immiatedt flestre prods
ARTICLE 'VII. alleged act of contraband must 'soon al s t
--- ---- of extending the, commercial relations l etaeeti"tAeW r so, '
Joint Resolution imposing a'special'-Income Dnt). respetfvekiountries, hwe1aedifotthi' : ; ;" p.urpose' The,subjects and citizens the contracting parties goods are' seized by the authorities, be. do\B.1J

A Be it'resolved by the Senate fcnd-'Honse* Bepresentatives .conclude a-twoiy of Jomtaerceu" and1;);xtkng tJonV- 'and,; to, ,shall enjoy, in the dominions and possessions of the communicated to'the "consular,'authority of tD!..

ofthUnited. States' t Amerienln Con rets1',as-' hayenattitdiaslheiTrespective Plenlpotentlwles; that other, equality of treatment with native subjects or or subject to whom the"goods said to be .

Hembicdi imported bl1aty thereshaht'be IleVied= : bounties facilities trabiand unless'the fraud with to them .
; aaed and' 1ica,'EdWard Joy iMfrikterJ'ResiaeTit": lit the ; and drawbacks regard
collecned'on'ahetirst day-of Octobereighteeh'htindred' duly and legally proved.
Suijlmehrte-Wi'ImberiaJ Majesty5 .the' 'SunAhof ARTICLE VIII. .
and aixtF foar k special income dtrtyfttpdttt!thersfnQ,- theX ttomaU: : of
Empire-trii .
hffjioeii XXX..All
," ",.' \=;>4," .', ,', profits UDE income'roc toe y'ear'ending the1-.thiTt1..tItat; :A'aB BacMi Minister of,Fbreig-b j 'Affa deorat6dlth} ;. All articles which are or may be legally importable
:' f into the United States of America : merchandise, the produce or mannttUI.
:. ; day 6iDecfemblernextprecedingtAe tlmb-hereiharth4 Mi' the'!Imperial or dew .he in vessels of the ffl.
:... .. by lAvyfiiasateraingrandootleCtingidditty ; ? the ;United States, may likewise be, ;imported in Ottoman Ottoman dominions and possessions, imported 1
-- 5-- :> ,ufslli'ei- Majidlehfand'OrderofMet: .
"ejft eThitc :
4u tJae' to'1
# 4
r < : United States of treated
aons residing vittiiDthQ United,8tateskr( of ottizcc f vowels without being liable to any other or higher du America, shall be -
the United States residing'abroad;'att6a'"ateof'flvr'et;;i *.itg'oormuncatedtoeeeh af1t1)croasei;' cfaevetagforelga'brdertr .'tvhd' iiaY )tlys\ :or charges;,of whatever' detiomination'-than if such /manner as the like merchandise, the produce orr

Jf centum pn allsnms exceeding sit hundred doUsrsnd. : '-\siuv;* fcucir rca' tly ;/fbl1 .j icleVwere ported fu vessels.pf the United States 'facthre of the most favored nation. .
-Bowers found In td-
: I __ the witia shxtl.be levied, assease'dlGeaitmdttdyt.+ fa'dtool.lectetb .on the.following; .gooda rtlctorf""."dub L'form,'have .agr- 4."np kI f .and, reciprocally,an, rtfcjes which e or may' be':le' All rights, privileges, :or immunities, which art

-I except ajtto,the rate according'!to the* ''tkovi-; I11CL2; t. giUly'importable: into the dominions and possessions ot or way hereafter' be granted t6 1 or.suffered W,. v
sous.existitt ;Liws'for the'eoltetttton' Ofkn:income. AU rights ridtitiUhuhities hjs ImpetiiT3lajeitytheSyltaanh Ottoman.vessels;'may joyed by the subjects, vessels, commerce, or 91.
: privileges, Wbitb'> have., l.Ifs eWiac be 1J oned IIi vhsela of lion oflJIy foreign power in the 'uniAmerica
duty, annuallywhereinot iD.ppo&ble-'"'hero; and beau--,conferred'on'1b'gtitiz-: Vetiels' ', the United States with
the Secretary..of the:Treasury/ beTOby-authorized to.. State of'America '. Or of the United% ;;>elng'liable10 J any otheror.J Wgber duties or chares shall be equally'granted to, and.ere
'by the 'a1r exis6ri '
trealy .
aari gJtwoen : of whatever denomination enjoyed by the"subject*,- Vessels commerce,.
make'atulrh.1 ties and tttrauuiona as-to tune tah(1mod i" the United.States'of'Am driea-and ;8 ,than: if. such :articles ,.
the Ottoman'
other W' ,rl'to'-cttforcd the i ;were imported in Ottoman vessels. gation of the Subl1m 'Porte.
or collectioh; !oft 'thte 1Ji ;Empire, are confirmed, now and fevers, with, the exceptiou -- Such reciprocal t. ,
4 of treatment shall
t ->' dal itscotatedaty provided fop.ta'mayj be.cessarySo -ne of those clauses of the sald-treaty cwhlch iij ta .equality take effect without distinc- aT1 u xY.

Y Provided, fThat Ine ttniartngtherattn ltiil1! thq: object of the present treaty to'modify ; and it is lion, whether auch articles cpme.directly from ihe P e' The present treaty,.when ratified'shall' 1 e 1U
C gain :profit Vor.income, as aA>rerald,1forHhb''forego>j :moreover expressly stipulated tfcatt all' rights .privlle- of ojrfgiu.pyfrdayan: 1-o r C ".., _In the iamb man.ner'there ted for the cojnmercial fonventiozLof the.i 01
; ing ieefal ;.: uty;:fdedttctioTis ''shallitie fm de-; hall.be,perfect eqaality,of treatmentan 'rt-
-ges or iinmanitic nhlcL an4.
th gust.lv
r SuMlmt'Porto ; the SubUme Porte
prints +4n.
dividends or garto' xP r1a t nj;. :,thai tM .we ,
\, for interest received(rom aby assofclaiibn1,1corporallon Of hereaftetgrunttonr 'etttoaecenjoyed byethe''snljectsa11Upixem'merclsor.arga1onot' I ; exporttduU &in,1 on the footing i of which the coxnxacrc1 at
? or ccmpiiiy;nor:shall any !d4docttori be! 'ah Je p aidondthe sage;bopgljcp_stud; drawbacks
? } .anyotner I '' ted :States of America has been heretofore 'tt' ,
g r : k-: madeiof anru1arYJo:pay:received. i; foreigSi\ 'ajjto ealn'tho'dojoini 19 nsand ppaseaslons of either.'ot shall
Pgweraliallba.egwttly medio and' exeV-: continue in force for
;'if'1."it s: Approved, July 4,;U M.. cited and.e J ijr the(Contracting.purtiea on the e>Epj atlol+ of any article' : :.tweniyeigbJf. f cJ
.. f of
> ,j { 'eyed.Swillsclt i'_es t commorcQ, : day the exchange of the ratification-
t'k"ii .V 1 ? ,f+- I H I I and of -mai ;iii:1ei y. expprtftblflr jtherefrota,;
navigation the Loited,8tatea: Amfcrica; : .the two conjragtingpartiee being, <
-! -*{ : :Jf'i Joint Resolution explanatory of Joint--Resolution're, whether such'exporfaUon ihaU.takcpladJ mOtto to 7'
f give thejOther4'iatthe.end.of foorteea
'F114nfmflative t : to pay of Staff Officer of Lieutenant Gene. A1 ncut IJXo *:Ip vessels tbeTTriited Stater;andrtr'Dsteurer.fniipbetthe '

'i"J..-.;.- ''. zr,"' .,'f t'. teal .' aBe The'citizens bf theT3tu t.aBW1: i&A e'."Cat _;' _: place of destination, whether a;port,01 either of"the time have being com fixed 9'Into,.as.Jh full pio,1.lol1lot'1hJ'the force,) notice fOr> ..
1, : it resolved by the Senate And House of Representative agents; shall bepermitted top ciiMC at 'pbcin, contracting parties,' on of any.third power. or for*Its'dete'rnUnatiou. 'at the expiration s

I *6f the United States of America'iu'Congress a*> :the Ottoman Empire Wditft pWwIdnC"wieh) >rfjtor;! .''. ARTICLE IX.. the date of that notice'and,jo again at.
iiembled,;Thit the joi1itreaoltuion relative {to J pay ti the rrarp0stis,6f Intertiat tradeJ6 .,of" epbrtaipa-_ | --o duties of toange' h';" ifgta e, .1Ight-h u8e, twenty-one years: "

_ uff officer* of tb*:'lieutenantgeneralapproved1 MaYs: articles, without any Vxceptf''wha so. r>,tto I twenty *i_ceett hioidred'und? sixty-foii.-- shallbe:bo'constrsSedtasoznutle 'or maottfactiire'of tb t saidvEnipi; "and:;pbss3easpns| >]| 'w%'whatever nature;'or'' *Udeil"wbateter deno l tiontled"bi And'eyerj'one of the prbyincei of the Otto

jilt the Staff offlefersoh. Hbe; tnff. 'wd the:1;' .:P9 !6 ivh grinvirtaeo: t.;fie :second; tha'ilame or for he profit' of government,pubfdf -' that'll:' to say, In all the/ possessions otMajes 1'

; of the lieaUnant general stocreeeitftthe' 'Vr,;em....4rtlele of thehOf1-ettitioA'o f c unmet ee Qf atbe. ;Ple hof .| cWbnaries, Iyite Iqdlyldtlals, ,corporaflpns; 'or' ;the Sultan situated in.fEurope orb

i merits,*a>ldalWteattaes'of, da, al\. io, m ;iW1hh'a>,ihtetpproredrJnl ;.( Atigtaid';if338 '>lttfGreatBrit4ln,, forttiall y,; _ag Swbilali'ments 'troy i6& Mtifl' ball be ;'impCBed "fn .the -Egypt;,and In.the otlierpata i'ot;Mrica.IIS'O> "
1'.. to ;_ L"311 .- _:to abolishsal monopolies of agriculturslproduce, prot';!P rr tftneflbn) ahi'o>faiiefeitlieriiuti;. : .'. Sublime Porte:, In.Seryii, and in the uu1ted-
4tz 1 444. 1 Avery other article whatsoever i weIr all"'perm t'' try alien the veeselltat71A. '.other 'c'dtfnW which aha h ties Moldavia aria W Uacbla,

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