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X, O C A L.
c. h. scBrr.v,
nTi(ia Agent, and Dealer la
l PtK tnd Colored Inks of the Best Quality,
v sx' ' A. street, Chicago, Illinois, is our au
j (. nt for. the jJ2XJrCTfr
i"" .VJTlTrK if ABBOTT,
I TTES AKP FOBX'GJt NlWIPAFEK Al-
1 rfr " iej-XCT' 323 Broadway, New Tork, are
frt''1' 'i pnif l r tbe Advertiter awl farmer.
I t"' - -w
I' . " jor, cor 4- co.,
I iiiufi ACESTS. and Dea'ere is Inks and
j l ,,,! 0r all kinds Office Tribuna Euilding,
1 -'" k ,nr Rri.vn'i Iron Butldin; Philadelphia,
i t rfc al,u
j'" . .-,,...1 anu for the Advertiter and Far-
yr Ctr has still on hand, for sale,
r-ck- of Feacli Blow Potatoes.
; We have received a new
,i, .,f Garilcn Seeds from the Pat-
iiY'.zc. Those wishing please call.
prTjioi'S. There will be religious
..n;e at the Methodist Church next
. v;,stl;. at half past ten o'clock," a. m.
llrr w Salmon River. Emigra
..rjothe new mines has now coin-,-cei
i" earnest. Every day more
us of our citizens start out.
v,v Stof.e. Messr. S. L. Swan
j p. L. McLaughlin are about
rtiZiZ cut a new Grocery Store in
tuHding formerly occupied as a
tv.n bv J. B. McDanicl.
Jjr. Morrow is now engaged in
j- rf saw logs from the Island down
j criP.le & Melvin's Mill. All who
f -aI.s on the Island now have an
. ::;rtui:itv to get them to the mill.
AccmiEUEici011 has been furnished
j en a new discovery with regard to
t treatment of such diseases as are
::i?ijnedby poison in the blood
a! treaties, typhoid fever, kc.
7'eLave not room for it this week.
LirfT. Bekgir, of Co. C, Neb. Cav-,'-
ha leeu foendinn a few davs in
y " i "
r:. Cj. C, are to be divided one
UJu'Jer Cart. Bedford are to be sent
.; OTaHou's Bluffs, the other under
v-cr ere to le stationed at Ccttenwood
Eail Storm. Last Sun lay one of
i: test violent hail storms we ever
j.-srl cf, passed over the country
I ::'ccs here and St. Joseph. In
plhr Cloud, we understand, every
in town was broken. Citizens
jftLis place who witnessed it sav
f:ie cf the largest hailstones wcihecTi
riviv.-vs Vermct. The most
a:.a!vxr:j; bv jrood chemists have
i ;leover anything in the
'n! Sa'.aratus, which can, when
"r-r-'y u'.l, be in the least degree,
to health. While the
t ur country entertaih sen--a.i:
widely different upon other
-:r?s. all concur in a verdict that
r-- Chemical Salaratus is the only
--.;lle article in use for liht and
"r.viox Mills,"' (Brownville.)
Mills are now fitted up all reg
" " Messrs, 3Ielvin k Springle are
"22eJ in grinding expressly for
-:raats, miners, and merchants at
::rent points. The quality of their
-.from reports we have heard from
wjs sources, and from cur own
Ovation, cannot be surpassed.
-7 wish to inform the public that
to the multiplicity of their
tracts, for a short time they will
j saable to grind corn. For the
p tf accommodation they are still
aging Hour tor wneat witn iar-
I'iiBE a ii ks' Scales. Having learned
" 2n some cases, persons with whom
tare no connection whatever, have
n traveling through the country repre--''z?
themselves as our agents, or as
scales made from Fairbanks' pat
kc, we deem it proper to say
' the genuine Fairbanks scales are
enly at Saint Johnsbury, Vermont,
re they have been made for thirty
e years or more, by E. i T. Fair--s
Si. Co., the original inventors, and
'. others represented as such are only
'.ations. If the agents for such other
f-es tiara confidence in their merits
T have no occasion to resort to such
atis to sell them, or avail themselves of
Station which the Messers. Fair
Lave honestly earned. All our
i fclin? aent" will he furnished bv US
11 ceriificates of agency, which they
- te happy to show to purchasers with
-ta they rnay not. be personlly ac-
Faikiails, Gbeenleaf & Co.
:a. April 23d, 1SC3.
cot mournfully into the past
I u01. return ; wisely improve the
j "fctit is Jqp forth -to meet the
r.t.... t D
., iuture without fear and with
-&bs his resigned his nosi-
'' ' rt!,-larmv
le will imitate
rf.'' W)ll Mand a thance
titrt-pi- - . , -
- ici as Well lliro"rrilt of as
Bernards of Chaplain Tipton olT the
1st Nebraska, when fccrjing tnc
dead or the Regiment after the
battle or Cape Girardeau, ilo.,
April 27, 1SG3. .
We are met once mere to perform a
sad and lender duty. And I am inclined
before'reading the burial service, to make
some impromptu rem'arks, fresh frcm a
heart in unison with yours. Men and
officers of the 1st Nebraska, I am more
than ever proud to be your Chaplain.
Again superior officers compliment yea;
and friends at home will swell the chorus
of your 'universal commendation. You
have again been tried in the fire, and
hive come out Med." But I must be al
lowed to change that quotation. You
have come out with the value of fine gold,
and the sharpness cf itee.1. Boys how is
this? At the storming of Donelsou ycu
won your first laurels; while upon that
desperately contested battlefield of Pitts
burg Landing a brighter halo encircled
your colors, and that best type of a gal
lant dashing western genera!, Lew Wal
lace wrote you down in his official report
as the brave and gallant 1st Nebraska;
aod declared in the city of Cincinnati
when an advancing army threatened an
invasion of Ohio, that he could mett and
overwhelm it with the 11th Ind. 1st, Ne
braska and the Sih Mo. And now to-day
your praise is on the tongue of every loy
al man and woman of Cape Girardeau,
and curses for you from every rebel
throat in this community. It would be a
consummation devoutly to be wished fcr.
the turning over to you of all traitors in
this place, in order that you might give to
each his due share of retributive justice.
But boys how is this? That at Donel
son, Pittsburg Landing and Cape Girar
deau, your losi has been so very small
and your gain of millitary glory so im
mense? Perhaps you think you cannot
see a Providence in all this; but I tell you
that the poet never said a truer thing,
'There is a FroviJence that shapes ocr ei.ds,
Iiough Lew tLeui as we ma v."
Suppose there shall come a time when a
casting vcte in the United States Senate
shall be anxiously sought for by the friends
of Constitutional Liberty nnd Christian
Civilization, end the enly rational hope
entertained for the glorious consumma
tion shall be in the speedy admission of
our Territory as a State. The objection,
apparently insurmountable may be the
want of sufficient population; bullet some
future Clay or Webster unfold the milita
ry history of the 1st Nebraska as reveal
ed on the battlefields of her earliest re
nown, and other triumphs yet to be, and
thrill the national heart, and set aglow the
natriotic blood of a grateful people, and
I 1 V A A
the response may be "Not the quaniiiu
but the qualify thall rule she is worthy,
let her pass." And then some oce "wise
after the tact," may be heard to exclaim.
(Jh Yes, now I see why the regiment
was so very signaliy protected, in order
that the stork in trade of her military re
nown, thculd secure the triumph of an
eternal principle a God's enduring
truth." But soldiers, the demonstration
of your special protection may yet be far
plainer than that. Then while your tears
descend to consecrate the soil where rests
your dead, let thanks arise to, Him who
rules in earth as well as Heaven. How
strange our history! We had soil enough
at home in which to place our perishable
bodies, and dear, dear triends to form our
funeral processions, and pious Pastors to
read at our graves, "I am the resurec
tion and the life," and yet we Lave given
earth to earth and dust to, dust," in va
rious States of the Union.
How careful you .should be lhat no
slain should ever rest upon your charac
ters as soldiers or accountable moral
agents, for you are now a marked regi
ment. More will be required of you in the fu
ture than in the past, for no one expect
you to tread a single step backward. And
now I place myself on the record as a
Prophet, by declaring that you, if this in
famous rebellion is not crushed during
your enlistment, you are certain for an
other term. For if you were mustered
out to-day ana sounds cf other battles
were wafted to your ears, and other seas
of smoke should fioat mid Heaven, your
history would be a three year's enlist
ment, a short vacation, and another term.
And now I say of officers and men, one
and all, I know your heart's best efforts
are available till peace returns, and the
national sacrifice of every State smokes
upon a common altar. And then God
grant that "our children and children's
children" shall know war no more, Xiil
there shall be lost in the flood of ages
each Bard and son and story." 1
Tax Payer of Nomnlia Comity.
The time for rj iue taxes, before penally per cent,
and Interest must le aUeo, will expire on the firot :
Jane next. All wtiu wib to avail theme!ras of the
above notice, bad better da no Kn, as tie aw will te
strictly enforced. JOI.'AS HACEKR,
n42-2w-$l,60 County Treasurer.
. I'ro!ate Notice.
A. D. Dunbar. Pnbiic Adminis
trator of -Atchicoa County,
State of ilit-souri,
The unknown beirs and letral
Representatives of AuUt
In the Pr'Jcte Court
or Nemaha County,
To ibe nnknown heirs and lepal reptf,ntt'v,
Aujtust Ockle, deceased, you are beret y maifluU tbat
said Administrator filed in tbe ProbaU' Curt of stud
connty tf Nemaha, Nebraska Territory, bis petition as
said Administrator, for the sale of tire following des
cribed real estat e, of which said decedent b2, seized,
to wit : Tbe east balf of the northeast jujrter trt t-ec-ti.n
number four (4.) nirtb or rai.pp number thirteen
(l!.)eaiof tbe sixth principal mt-rfai.m i-j Xeniita
ciunry, Kebrakt t-tii.ry r r he ju. npnt u! tbe j
debt' a-td ctarces Admiuis: r uioa asr i i.-t miI1 et.,t.
h;f ' A ' r aii :U"re'!ri'r - c
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witi:emytaij an.t ilcxm! of,sni c -i't. uus-i't
day tt April, A 1SC3. C. W. V. JiEKLER. i
LTl.S OF THE UNITED STATES,
Pathcdat ike Sciond . t'o cj the Thirij-iecentk
PUBLISHED B3T AITTnOHITT.
( Continued from 3r3t pao. )
thai any other &;l U being about to be corcrai ttcd '
in a manner prp;uJ;oial to the lirei. or health of trie
lut iio,i; shall; tdtcrdue entry nn;n its minute o'
the firx-utnstaDCfw, cause eoinpii'.-ist t be tatd3.
founded Grx.n sucb report and cireciastancej.bf.ire
any mijlstrate of the Metropolitan polbe district,"
whonhail in a sioiranrp way, upon each cotnulaiat
made un.ler oath, Usuehis prooer "Tarrant, rc-itid?
therein the narui of the member or mymbrs of the
Metropolitan Mt.ltsry police companv,fWrthe arrest
of the person of laij f.
I tor-bou?e, tenemcnt-Loue, and edilise, or otherwise
; coraciittins any at that mny be derogatory t the
. iubiic health, te tbe end that bo may be brought
before. smb. iu:iUe, and the oiEpbint of insa
I curity oof tl-e li e or health or the puUic so made
. be duly ir.Yistiprited accordinjr t tbe law of exirr.!
j nation into aiudcmeanorj. It gai, mi-$trite Bhull
; be satisned. on a summary hearinz therfif. that
such char.re of insncarity of the lives or health of
the public h founded on reasonable anJ prob-ible
cause, hs may: ly his order in writi,ig, cjarjuisJ
tiny eueh lcrry-b,at to cease runnin-: or any bail
aet8 of such manufactory or lj.u'-hter-h'uset to
ecHercr impose hucu fices aj by law mboat
tacl.ed to such offence upon the person so oifendinj,
unt-i tliiiause v " trdtnitUint afir2;aid f!h.!l be ro-:f-ve:l
ti the satisfaction of the Boird of Mjtr To!i-
5. And be it further enncted, That if any
member of tbe nu.-tropcWt.-in polics force, or if any
two r mere houre holders shall report in writing,
undn hi or thoir sinitars. ta the snpenctendont
of th? Xetr--pliton pciice force th it there are good
grounds (tul ft;;t:n- th-jsime) for be'.isv infany
house, rocm. or prerriasi within tho said Metivpoli
tsii p..lije district to bo kepi or mad as a coaiaj m
frauiiLg prer.iis-?!', for therein playing fjr wagers or
or moutfy at any gime of cLaace, or to be kept or
t-d a a bawdy house, or for Lwd and obsceiu
pul !io aicuHeuient or entertainment, or as a huasj
of pn..titatiwn, crfjr purpotte. oi prostitution, or
the tiepj.-it or rale, of lolt-ry 'tienns or of lottery
p.iii', it shall be lawfuly lur the anperintend":)''
v. AviiiiNi,,iu j i u-u 10 ;iu.un iz t any m jiuir or
roetiibers of tho pciiee force to enter the atuc. who
shall ft.rtav. i"h :trre-t all persons there f.airJ oa"jnd
irs:uji?t l3.vr, and seize all impluaionts f irnin
cr lottery tickets, or lottery pdici? , aal cmv.-,
any per? jn ao srre-tl before the nearest pulica
maxitratc; and briatlie articles "so seize! to tho
( Ti of the 1 ari of MetropoliUn Poli3e force to
ea-.ie such arref ted persons to be rig orously prose
c uvco, Mi. L ai t.cicy seized to be destroyed, and such
n om or Louse to be close; and not used again for
eu-h uii!,w ful purposes.
Sec. 1. Aud be it fourther enacted, That the
Di-iird cf Metropolitan IV.i'JO sha.lt posres? p wers of
central pli-jo (aporvision an l insjMiotion oter all
licensed pawnbrokers, licensed veadera, iiocused
hackican and cartmen, dealers in iecond-hani mer
chandisa, intelligence erica keepers, auctioneers of
watches snJ jewtiry.and sospected private banking
house!, a:id otter doubtful establishments within
tbo s.ii.i Mftr.'politin police disrriit; and in the ex
ercise and farrherHnee of said supervision mav.
from timts t time empower metx.btrs 'f tbe poiico
force to f j'ifil such special duties iu the aforesaid
premises taay be erdainad by the Hoard of Me
tropolian Police. Tbe eaid board may diroct the
snperintendent to empower ary member of tha Me
tropolitan p.lico force w henever s'teii member shall
b3 in search of property feloniounly obtained or in
search or suspected offenders, to eramine the books
of fiLy pawnbroker or his businesH premises, or the
business premises of any licensed vender or dealer
in second -hand mep.-haadise. or inte'lienire of3?3
kc-t per. or auctioneer of watches anl jewelry, or
siupfteted private banking houso or other doubtful
e-tdLiishment. Any sueh moirbor of the Mstro
jvoiit in police, when thereto authorized in writing
by the said sujterintendent, and baring in his pos-s-?iun
a pawnbroker's receipt o? tickets, haii bo
allowed to examine the property purporting to be
paw ned or pledged, or deposited npou'eaid receipt
or ticket, in wLtsoever possesion 3 id property mny
be: bat no fnci property ahull be taken from the
possessor thereof without dua prase is or authority
of law. Any wilful ieterfernce vith sid superin
tendent of piiiae, or with any member of the Me
tropolitan police force, by any of tht person? here
inbefore zaracd in this section, whilst in oSioialand
dte di.-cba-gc cf duty, shall be punishable as a
Sec. j. Aal t it further enac-.ed, That the Me
tropolitan l'vlice may, from time to tints, but with
out expense to the United titates.esUiLlish stations
and station homes, or sub-stations and sub-station
houses, at least one to each precinct, for tho ajom
odatiuD thrroa , of members of the police force, and
as tmipornry lace? of Attention for persons arrest
ed and property taken within the preciaet. No
peri-oi, lioldiiig o2ce under thi- act. or the act to
whi.h this is an amendment, shall b liabie to mili
tary or jury daty, ncr to arrest ou civil process, or
to serTice i f .ulipocnas from civil courts whilst
actually on duty. The- members of the board of
iHilice.tht snrcriritendent, and secretary, are here
by Tested with all the' powers conferred by law up
on Dowries puoii' and j astk'es of the peae in th?
District of 'i.lnmbia. The in2nib?r' of tha b:ard
of police, .r.J of tne to: ice force of the said Motro
tolitan police district, all possess in every part of
District of Colombia ell tho common law ana sta
tut.vry powers of constables, ex "opt for the service
if ci. ii proie.' and fjr the eoUeci ion of strictiy pri
vate debt?, in which designation Unas imposed for
the breach of '.'orporation crdinnnces shall not be
included: but the saii Hoard of Metropolian Police
-shail not enforce any law or ordiiar-co discriminat
ing bctwe::u p?rsoi.s in tbe administration of justice.
Sec 6. And. be it further eaa: ted. That the said
board of ice sLall have power, and it shall be
t ioir dity.from time to time, to select and employ
1 r in (tn'i!g the da!y appointed and quliSdjas
tices of the peace for the county of Washington su jh
j u?tire o j u.-tioe? a may be required and as it may
deem proper, si t at tho re-pejtire st itioa tioas''-'
f.ir the hsarin; of such charge j as may be brought
itzi'.iu-t persoL arrected and carried so faid sution
Louses lor the hearing of such charges as may be
brt-ught agiinstsuc.h persons arn-stcd and liarried to
said stutioc bouses; and every person who shall be
sent-'ueed to pay a fine and costs, or eithor. shaH
ffttiidy the same before being released by paymen
or by giving security to the satufajtion of the jus
tice iinio mg such fines and costs. And ' when
such swurity shall be taken tho justice shall be
he! 1 personally liable to said Lizard of Police for
the amount of the fine and costs to bo collected of
him as a debt due r.vA payable.
Sec. 7. Ana be il further enacted, That no mem
ber of tiic Me tropo'itaa police force, under penalty
of forfeiting the salary or pay which may be du? to
him. shall withdraw or resign, except by ermt:i
ti..n of the Board of Metropolian Police, unless be
shall have g Ten to the superintendent one mmth's
notice, in writing, of such intention. There shall
be no limitation or restriction of place of residence
to ary meiabur of tbe Metropolitan police force,
other than residence within the Mjtropaiitan police
e-istrict aud it shall be the daty of sail boird of
po. ce to caa.-e the location of tbe patrolmen to bo
chang:d from time to time, as the tfacif :icy of the
force shall require.
Sec. i$. And be it further ens-eted, That the said
board of police may apjKdot not exceeding fix de
tectives, who thall receive a menthly compensition
of seventy dollars each.
fcc:. 0. Aud be it further enacted. That the
board of police, for meritorious and extraordinary
servi?;s rendered by any ineinbt r of the piliae force
in the duo discharge ef his duty, may permit any
member of the police force, to retain lor his own
benefit any reward o present tendered him there
for: and ii shall be causa of removal frern the Me
trepelitan police force for any member thereof to
receive any s Boh reward or present without notiee
thereof to the Hoard of Metropolitan Police. Upon
receiving said notice the said toard may eitoer or
der the said member to retain the same, or shall
dispose of it for the benefit of th jol icemen's fund.
Aii fines iaiposed by the boarl of police upon num
ber? cf th Metropolitan police force, by way of dis
cipline, and colleeLvble from pay or salary, and
rewards, fees, proceeds of gifts, and emoluments,
that may be paid a ni given fcr aconnt of extra
ordinary services of nny member cf the Metropoli
tan police farce, (except when allowed to be retain
ed by said member: j shall be to the treasurer
of the Jord of Metropolitan Police, unless other
wise uppropriated by the board of police.
Set. 10. And be it further enaetod. That the
several members of the police force, including the
commissioners of police, shall have power and auth
ority to immediately arrest withouf warrant, and
to take into eurtody any person who shall couim t,
er thicateu or attempt to commit, in the presence
ofsu:h member, or within his view, any breach of
the peacw or offence directly prohibited by act of
Congress, or by any ordinance of the city or county
n which the offence is touartted, threaten!,
or attempted; but such membtr of tho police force
shall immed:ately and without delay upon such ar
rest convey Ln person such ogetidcr before the near
magistrate, that he may be dealt with ocoordlng to
Sec. 11. And be it further enacted, That for the
better exerc.M of the powers aoiJ duties herembe
jore enumerated, the board of police is hereby
authtrized immediately, and from time to time
hereafter, but without expense to the Unite! States
to cause to eanso to be collected into a c;ra'paet
form all tho laws and ordinances in force iu tho
said District having relation and ftpp'icable to po
lice and health, and publish the same in a form
easily accefsible to all mercbers cf the community,
as tho police cod? of the said District; and taa said
co::p mo p.epired, and such rules as the sai l board"
. f pj k'-j u-y iroui time to time ado. t for the pur
pose oi fti'ivia: 4iud t-arryvug out tae provigtouf
.ii- ; el'.-i.a'.l -o:i ituti tiie iw of the saii P..--iin;i
i-i on tne m.t'.t"P3 th'.T.i!i iCitjwU'- j. All Uw?, or
tia vl Uw.iiucv&4a.tfii wii-b the pr.,Tituud 01
kit bi, ki. J ;bj riir.L- ar b rcby, rer'CAltd.
AxmuvEii, Jul 16, H'jIj . -
CHar. CLXXXII. An Act taaking snpplementa
Appropriations for sundry Civil Expenses of the
Government for thi Year eniing Jaaa thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and eixty-thrae, and for the
Year ending Junu thirtietii, eighteen hundred
and lixtv-two, and for other paryofes.
Be it mnacled by tat Senate and Home of Revre
tentative of ihe United State f America in Con
crete astefidhd, Tnat the fullowing sums be, and
tbesamaare hereby, appro'piuitei tor the objects
hereinafter expressed, for the f seal ye ir eaJinr tho
thirtieth cf Jt:n3, eighteen lidndred and sixty-three
For mileage and per ct'wm c jmpen?itioa to wit
rtcsJeT, and othor injidinUl expenses of the Ilijh
Court of Im-Kj-iChuiont in tlie cas of We?t H.
Humphreys, Ja lg? of the District Court of the Uni
ted States forjthe Seats of Tenne&jee, ten thousand
For laborers employed ab mt the Hill of liepro
fentAtives, one rhousan 1 doiiarj.
For repairing custom-house and post efase at Ban
gor, Maine, six thousand dollars.
For salary of clerk to committee on public lands
authorized by resoluvon of thei House of Represen
tatives, of May twer ty-scventh, eishteen hundred
and sixty-two. cighttrcn huudrod d dlars,said itilary
to eonmence wit i tho date of si 1 re3olvtion, and
the Jem herein mnt:on3d xhall be the amount of
his salary annually
For painting iron fence aroun d Lafayette Sauare
coa m uuu. vi me rrosin.'nt a uouse, one ineusaua
3 :r- . . i. .. i , i . , i . i
To enable the President to twrry out the act of
Conjres for the em.ncinit:on of the slaves in th
District of Colum'.iit, and to colonizi thoso to be
tnuie free by the probable passage of a confiscation
b l, five hunirod tooasand dollars, to bo repaid to
the treasury out of confiscated property, to be ued
at tho discretion of :he President in securing the
righ of colonization of said persons made free, and
in payment of the necessary expenses of their re
For clerk hire in tho consolidated land office at
Des M oines; Iowa, to be disbursed by the register at,
a rate not exceed big three dollars per day, from the
thirty-first day of December, eighteen hundred and
sixty-one, to the thirtieth of June, eighteen hun
dieeland sixty-thm ,otie thousand six hundred and
For tb pay of a ormmiscion:r and incidental ex
penses' ntiicr the 4' Act for lh codification and re
vision of the laws of the District of Columbia, " ap
proved May twentieth, eighteen hundred and sixty
two, tha sum of three thousand ..dollars. And so
much of the above recited ait as euthorises the .ar
poin'mnr.t of n.re than one coamissioner be, aLd
tiie samo is hereby, rjp-uled.
S"C. 2 And be' it further e:aa;ted. That the ap
propriations, heretofore uvxis for furnish'.ng the
Department of State' with "Howard's Reports if the
Supreme Court of ttc Uuitcd States, be applied to
Reports of the Suprome Court of tho United States
uudor whaicoevernama publijihed.
Sic. 2. And be it further winded. That the sal
ary of the AsHstiiut Secretary of the Treasury shall
be the samo as the Assistant Secretary of the Nvy,
to commence with the present gscal car.
Sej. 4. And be it lurther enaccod, That the fol
lowing sums be, and the same are hereby, appropri
ated for the objects hereinafter expressed, tor the
year ending thirtieth of Juno, eighteen hundred
arid sixty-two, viz :
For coal and 2rcm?n to warn tho Library of Con
gress, on account of ;i deficiciicy sor the fiscal year
ending Lune thirtieth; eighteen hundred and sixty
two, and for the present fiscal year, twelve hundred
For tho fund of tbe Patent OQce, fifty thousand
eight hundred and and fifty-five dollars and forty
n;no cents, to supply a defiicieney existing under
the act of March s-scond, eighteen hundred and
sixty-one, entitled, "An act in Addition to an ajt to
promote tho progress of tho usef ul aria." Provided,
lhat the fourteenth section of said act be, and the
saiois hereby, repealed.
To supply deficiencies in the appropriation fcr
rent of Surveyor-Lienf rel's ofuse in California, fuel,
books: stationary, acd pay of messenger, two thou
For services on such tf tbe routes authorized by
the" Aet establishing additional post routes," as in
the opinion of the Post Otliej Department may be
necessaty, ten thousmd dollars.
For espcr.??s in harrying into effuct the treaty
with Great Dritan for tne .uppressioa of the slave
trade, the sum cf ftcen thousand dollars, or so
much thereof a3 may be necessary
Sec. a.. And be it lurther enacted, That tha oCbe
of clerk in charge of unisbed turveys in the Gener
al Lund office, under act of twenty-sojond January ,
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, be,
and the same is hereby, aboiLshel, and the duties
thereof ch all bo transferred to the principal draughts
man of the General Land OSce, or such other clfik
as the commissioner of said oai.ee my designate.
Sue. 6. And be it lurther enacted, That the sum
of fifteen thousand dollars be appropriated, out cf
any money in the treasury ne; otherwise appropria
ted, for the purchase of artificial limbs fur soldiers
and seamen disabled in tho service of the United
States, to be expended under the directien of tne
Atpkovec, July 15, 1852,
Chap. CLXXXIII. An Aet to estbli.-h and equalize
the Grade of Line Ofiijers of the United States
1 it enacted by te Senate and H-ne of Jlepre
eetttatitet 'if the L'u'M-d Stttter of America in Co
fjrenn aibanlUd, Tliat the active list of line officers
of the United States navy shall be divided into nine
grades, taking rank according to the date of their
commissions 'n each gralo, as follows, viz:
First. Roar Admirais.
Seventh. M islers.
Seo.2. And bj it farther enacted , That the num
ber of officers allowed to eac:h grado shall not ex
ceed nine rear a Imirris, eightsen com uodores, thir-ty-sil
captains, seventy-two commanders one hun
dred and forty-four lieutenant commanders, one
hundred and f-jrty-four lieutenants, one hundred
and forty-iour maaters.and 0:13 huudrcd and forty -four
Sec. 3. And be it further enantd, That the vo.
sols of the United ta4es navy shill bi divided into
four classes, to ba jommandtd, as aaxt as may be,
as follows; " .
First rates, by commodores.
Second ratis, by captains.
Thir l rates, by commaad rs.
tourth riits, by lieutenmt, "Ttminders.
Lieuteiiaut euuiuauJcru uov bo asssigned as first
lieutenants ot naval station aai of vossels not com
manded by li uteLant commmd-TS.
Sec. i. And be it f'urt'.er cra ted, That the Se
cretary cf the Naval shall appoint an advisory board
of not less than three otSiers senior to those to be
reported upon, wh; shall ea.Tefaily scrutinize the
active list of lino officers above, and including the
gradeji f masters in tho line of promotion, and Te
p.rt to him pi writing those who, in the opinion of
the board, are worthy of fuvJhor promotion in the
fallowing words. We heroby certify that
has the moial, mental, physical, and drofes-
sional qualifi cations to perform efilciently all his du
tios both at sa and oa shore, of the grade to which
he is to be premote I, and recommend nim for pro
motion. Sec. o. And be i; further enactod, That the offi
cers recommended shall be immediately commis
sioned, according to their picsant aenioaity, in the
foil swing grades nud numbors, viz: eighteen com
modores, thirty -six captains, aeveuty-two command
ers, one huudrod and forty-four lieutenants one
hundred anl forty-four misters, and one hundred
and forty-tour ensign : Prmd-sd, That this num
ber of oilbers remain upod l,hj a;tiveMist after the
action of the boarJ, otherwise so soon as thj gradu
ates from the naval Aoadimy are avialabls for pro
moti'jn. S.'c. 6. Ln! be it further enectei , That a simi
lars advisory board shall be .o;ointod at least on!3
in every four year. : Provided; Tat the same offi
cers shad not be e igible for two successive terms.
Sec. 7. And ba it furthur enaated, That nine
rear admirals miy be appnntid by the President,
by and with the advice and consent of the Senate,
who shall ba selected, during war. from those oScers
upen the ac tive list not below the grade of Com
manders, who hare distinguished themaclves, or
shall hereafter most eminently distinguish them
selves by courage, sdill, and genius' in their profes
fcien: Provided, i'hat no oScer shall be piOmotod to
this grade unless, upon r;commendatioa of the
President, by naate, he has received the thanks of
Congress for dist nguished sc:rviae. Curing times
of peace vacancies to this grade shall be filled by
regular pr .in ition from tho list of commodores,
subject UMixaminanou a aforosaid.
Sej. S. Aud bs i ; further enacted, That whenever
npDn the rccomm:ndation of the resident cf the
United States any oSjer of tha navy now upon the
ac tive list, not btd w the grade of commander, has
received, or shall receive, by name daring the pre
sent war a vots cf thanks o:f Congress for distin
guished servics such oScer sliall not be retired ex
cept f jT cause until he has baea fifty-five years in
the naval service of the United States.
Sec. 0. And be It further enaited, That any line
officer of tho uavy or marina corps may be advanced
one gralj if upon r-icoui n-nlation of the President,
by name, he rwM.ves the think of Congras s for
highly distiagui lied ondijt in eoa2ict with the
eaem. or for exiriord:nary horoisar in tho line of
Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, That any
person who shall have received er ehait hsraaf tcr
receive a 'eaa'porarp apptintment as acting volun
teer lieut.n.nt or a t n-' mastor in tho navy fr.;u
: iwe.ity-f-ur, ight ;n hun Ired aod sixty-one, m iy
be co:i.!ti:i d in s -id appo n tea .-nt i 1 tho navv. aod
; pined in the line of :r..-m ti :i frora tq d te o" ia.d
ci.utirn.at. on, 11, upon he- re'.imeoHri.ia -A to-
Presides 1, te reisev-. s thv ' shaVus of Cngrss f r
I hijhly merttorkus conduot iK conlict with the l
enemy: Provided, The number of officers allowed
in each grade by his act shall not be increased
thereby. Seamen distinguishing themselves in
batile, or by extraordinary haroisai in the line of
their profession, may bo promoted to forward war
ratt esers or actinjr masters' mates', aj they may
be best qaa'.iuod . upod the reeorcTnondation of tneir ;
coalman jing oSer, approved by the ffg-o5oer
aud the depirtment. Upon such promotion they '
shall receive a gratuity of ono hundred dollars and
a medal of honor to bi prepared by the 'avy De- ,
See. 11. And be it farther enacted, That the :
studeQts at the Naval Academy shall ba styljed
midshipmen an! until thoir final graduating exam
ination, when if Ecccessful!, they shall be commis-
sioned ensigns, ranking according ti oiiht. The i
number allowed at tha aoademy shall be two for j
every member and delegate of thd Ilousa of Rep-
resentives, t wo for the District of Columbia, and J
ten at large. They shall between the agos of four
teen and seventeen, physically sound and wall form
and the robust constitution. They shall be exam
ined for admittance into the acadymy according to
the regulations which shall be issued by the Secre
tary of th Nivy, and if rejected shall not have the
privilege of another examination for admission to
the same class, unless recommended by the board
of examiners. The President shall aelejt the two
from tha District of Columbia and tho tea at 1 irg? , i
' and tho Prcsideut shall also be allowed three yaarly
- . .... i. u i .
" ppinim;nis o: in.a-iiiipinen, uu ta.i us oot o?sr
eighteen years of an, who shall be selected from
bys enlisted in the navy, aod who Lave been at i
least one year in the servico, six months of whieh j
shall have been sea serviee. From and after tb? '
fifth of March, eighteen hundred and sixty-three,
tho nomination of candidates for admission into the
Naval Academy shall be made between the fifth of
March and the first of July of each y jar upon
rccommcTidition of the member sr utiegitc
actum residents ot His district, ana tuey suaii 00
. . ., . - .. .. , . 1 .
examined for admission in July : Provided, That
when any candidate who Las bceu so nominated
shall unon examination be found physically or men
tally disqualified fcr admis-.ioa ths member or de
legate frotu whose district he was sc nominated
shall be notified to recommend another candidate
who shall be exmined in Sedtember following.
And it shall be tho duty os the Secretary of the
Navy, as soon after the fifth of March as possible, to
n tify, in writing, ea;;h member and delegate of any
vacancy that may exist in his district; and if said
member or delegate neglects to reeommend a candi
date by tne first of July in that year, then it shall
duty of tiie Secretary of the Navy to fill the vacan
cy. Midshipman deficient at any examination shall
nv be coctu.ui'd at the aaadetny, or in the service,
unless upon lecomm jndaii m of the academic, board
nor .'hall any tflicer of tile n ivy who has boen dis
missed by sentence of a court-martial, or suffered
to resign to escape one, evr again become an officer
of the navy : Provided, however, That no greater
number of midshipmen ahull be appointed by the
President at larse under this or any eth?r law tf
Congress than shall be a'lowtd by the provisions of
Sec: 12. And be it further enabtcd, That the
three senior rear admirals shall weara square blue
flag at the mainmast head; the next three ar the
foremat head; and all others at the mizen.
Sec, 111. And bo it further enacted, That the re
lative rank between officers of the navy an 1 tho
army shall "oe a lollows, lineal rank only to be con
sidered: Pear Admirals with major generals.
Commodores with brigaaer generals.
Captains with colori'ds.
Commanders with lieutenant colonels.
Lieutenant commander with majors.
Lieutenants with captains.
Masters with first lieutenants.
Ensigns with second lieutenanls.
Sec. 1-f. And be it further enactrd, That there
may be allowed upon tho rtti.'id liso nine rear ad
mirals and eighteen commodores. The rear admir
als shall be selected by the President., by and with
theiidvice and consent of tho Sen-it-?, from those
captains who have given the most faithful service
to their ctuntry. The eighteen commode res shall
be recommended from the list of captains by an ad
visory board of admirals. After the above num
bers are c-jmrnisii ;nd, promotion to those grades
upon the retired list shall bo ty seniority, subject
to an advisory bourd.
See. lii. And be it further enacted, That from
and a fur the passage? of this act the annua! pay of
the several ranks fcnd grades of Officers ef the navy
on the active list, hereinafter named, thull be as
Rear Admirals, when at sea, shall receive five
When on shore daty, four thousand d jllars;
When on leave of absence, r waiting orders,
three thousand dollars.
Commodores, w hen at sea, shall receive four thou
When co shore doty; thr;e thousand two hun
When on leave of absence, or waiting orders,
two thousand four hundred dollars.
Captain, Vneh at sea, sLall receive three thou
sand five hundred dollars;
When on shore duty, two thousand eight hun
W hen on leave of absence, or waiting orders,
two thousand one hundred dollars.
Commanders, when at sea, ahall receive two thou
sand ti'ht hundred dollars.
When oa shore duty, two thousand two hun
dred and forty dollars;
When on leaa of absence: or waiting orders
one thousand six hundred and eighty u liars.
Lieutenant commanders, wl en ae sea. shall re
ceive two thousand three hundred anl forty-three
When on shore duty, one thousand eight hun
dred and seventy-five dollars;
When on leave of absence, or waiting orders,
one tnousand five hundred dollars.
Lieutenants, when at sea, shall receive one thou
sand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars;
sen on shore duty, one thousand and five
When on leave of absence; or wailing order ,
one thousand two hundred dollars.
ilasters, when at sea. shall receive one thousand
five hundred dollars;
When on shore duty, ore thousand Jwo hun
When on leave of absence, or waiting orders
nine hundred and sixty dolltrs.
Ensigns, when at sea. shall receive one thousand
two hundred dollars;
When on shore daty, nine hundred and sixty
When on leave of absence, or waiting orders,
seven hundred and sixty-eight dollars.
Midshipmen shall re?eive five hundred dollars.
Sec. lti. And b' it farther enacted, That when
ever any oScer cf the navy, of a cla 3 subject by
law tr regulation to examination before promotion
to a higher grade, shall have been absent on duty
at the time when he should have been examined
and shall have been found qualified at a supsequent
examination, the increasod rate of pay to which he
m.iy be entitled shall be allowed to him from the
date when he would have received if had he ben
found qulified at the time when his examination
should nave taken place.
Sec. 17. And be it further enacted, That in cal
culating the graduated pay of boatswains; gunners,
carpenters, and sailmabers in the navy, as estab
lished by law, the sei service shall be computed
from tho dates of their appointments or entry into
the servico in their respective grades in lieu cf the
datos of their warrants.
Sec. 18. And be it further enacted. That the
Secretary of the Favy be, and he hereby is, author
ized to assign clerks and laborers attached to cne
bureau to duty in anutber, and also to detail a sur
geon or assistant surgewn: or passed assistant sur
geon, as assistant to the Bureau of Medicine and,
Surgery, who shall receive the hfghest shore pay of
Sec. 19. And bo it further enactal. That all offi
cers while at sea, or attached to a ca-3oing vessel,
shall be allowed one ration.
Scc.L'O. Ant be it further enacted, That the re
lative rank between others of the navy an l army
on the retired list shall be tha same as on the ac
tive list, and the annual pay of retired naval officer
Ehall be as follows, xiz :
Admirals, two thousand dollars.
Comui'Klores: eighteen hundred dollars.
Captains, sixteen hundred dollars.
Commanders, fourteea hundred dollars.
Lieutenant commanders, thirteen hundred dol
lars. LieutenanT3,one thousand dollaJ3.
Masters, eight hundred dollars.
Ensign", five hundred dollars.
And 110 ration shall be allowed to Jany officers of
the navy on tha retired list And tbe pay of all
naval odicers appoin el by virtua of an act enti
tled u An act to provide for the temporary increase
of the navy," approved July twenty-fourth , eight
teen hundred and eixty-one, shall be the same as
that of oSiers of a p-ee grade in the regu lar navy.
Approved, July 16, 1312.
SPRING AND SUMMER
MILLINERY GOODS !
MRS. 3IARY IIETTETT,
Announces to the lartie of Bi ownville and vi
cinity, that Fhe has just received fruta the
East a magniScent stock of
SPEIIiG A2TD STJJIHE2 IIILUT7EEY GOODS,
Ladies9 and 3Iisse' Donnets and Hat?.
Ribbons. Flowers, fcc.
To which fhe invitesthe' attention of the ladies, feel
in; assured ihey cannot be better suited in style, qual
ity or price. n4l-Jy
Choice varieties, and of very superior 4'.ia5ity 20 pa
pers .-I which iii heneat (.ist-paid) bymaii, to any
aod; e, for one dollar
11. A. TEiiRr. Creoceat City ,
Harch 13tlr, TSSS
Is receiTinit, and will continue to receive during the
summer, one of
the mm g est
New Tork, PMIadelpMa and St Louis.
That has ever been eshifcite-1 ln tbe 'Western Conn
try, embracing alt tne latest styles and novelties of the
times. Eis slock embrace
Hats and Caps,
Hoot and Shoe,
Door and Sash.
Glass and Itltty.
X.c.j Ac, Ac.
Among his Pry Goods will be found
Prints, Gin?hnms, Iawns. Bareges,
Drown and Dleached Muslius,
Demees. Striped Shectinsr, Cot
tonndes, Ilosiery, (.loves,
Th Latest Styles Hoop
He has xnnch the Lcirgest Stock
of QUEEIiSWARS in the Upper
Agent for the Hannibal & St. Joseph Eail
Saod Packet Line of Steambcata.
May 22, 1SU2. n46-tf.
Eeaper and Mower
Oliioas o. 111.
This celebrated machine i bv all orldsthe BEST
GRAIX A.VD GRASS CUTTER IN THE WORLD.
X ifw-ithstandm? the misrepresentations of those inter
ested in other machines. C. n. McCormick & Bro. man
ufactnje at the rate of 8,000 per year, Many chanire
have been affected durius the past season, and for 1S62
the "McCormick" is presented with greater attraction
than ever before. As a reaper,
THE ECONOMY OF POWER
IX THIS MACHINE, ITS
Strength, Durability, and
pive it preference over all others New imrirovemenU
aifded, have materially lessened the direct draught,
and so obviated ihe side draught that niany assure ua
that it does not now exist. The druht of the Reaper
is so lU'ht that in numerous instances tbe lsrge four
horse machine U worked with but two horses.
rou mo v 1 jr .
The Machine of 1S62 will stand any test that may bm
applied. Our Guard and Patent Cleaner effectually
prevents chokin?, no matter what the condition of the
srass, while our new divider point separates baldly
iodged and tangled clover or grass, where other ma
There is also a great advantsse in our serrated sickle
edge over the smooth, as it does not require sharpening
so often, thus savin? time. Oar siAte will freqaeutly
run throuph an entire harvest without once grinding,
while the smooth edise must be ground once each day,
if not oftner With a smoth edge the Iraupht increases
as the kuife becomes dull. Our dranpht is uniform,
and iu the repeated trials dnrinir the season of 1360 61,
proved far liahter than single Mowers, cuttinft at the
same time from twelve to eighteen inches wider.
Our Mower can be used with or without the reel , this
is important, as without the reel it weighs but about
In addition to the very liberal warrantee civen to
all purchasers, we would say as heretofore, that farmers
who may desire it, are at liberty to work our machine
through the harvest, with any other, and kaep and pay
for the oue preferred.
Pamphlets with full description of improvements
testimonials, &c, can be had Ly application to
THEO. HILL, Agent,
May 15, 1S62. n45-tf
FOR FALL TEADE.
JOHN C. DETJSER,
3IAIN STREET, BROWNVILLE, N.T.,
Take? pleasure in announcing tbst he has now on hand,
a large aud select stock of every article in his line,
Of all the improved patterns, viz : Plymouth Bock,
Charter Oak, Valley Forse. Elevate Oven,
itc, 4tc, 4.C.,
Box and Parlor Stoves of an endless variety, dome of
which are entirely new dozens, via ; Combined
Cook and Parlor Stoves, something
very nice for small families.
I CALL ESPECIAL ATTENTION OF
FARMERS TO 1IY
HEAVY S H ET ION,
for S'sgar Boilers, and
LARGE CAST IROIV KETTLES,
A VARIETY OF CHEAP
LAUD AND COAL OIL LAMPS
Bras, Copper, and sheet iron ware;
Lanterns. Shovels and Japanned
SELF-SEALING FRUIT CANS!
OF the latest and most improved Styles, cheap
I am prepared to put p nutterinp nd spouting, and
all other work of my line at the shortest notice, and in
a workmanlike manner, which I warrant to five satis
faction. August 2,1362. -
PE0?RIEL0RS OF THE
ill Ml i !i lit i! i
, Are now running both Mill niabt arwl day, and are
prepared to supply coiomara wiib ar auiui vf
FLOUK OR LUMBER.
. They have on bund several tlmnsini! b:she! of th
bet of Wheat ; they have ilsu ecuretl ttie ervica
an sxfierinccd Miiier. and ttier cfiseqnentlr flutter
ttieiuseives that tueir riour will give entire .jtuf Jttiou.
TO TIIE PEOPLE OT 31ISSOURI;
They wonld say that thfy have made arranjremmfa
with the Ferry Company to UaTe the B-.al co-w iegn!ir
ly, regarates-s of tbe wwber. The it ti ten of Atchi
son County, need not hereafter have any tear wiia re
gard tuihe regularity of the criming of the
rrcisIileiVIo Dcmcr and Tort
Kearny", Ilanclimcn, !!ler- v
cliauts, aud Uaki rs,
Are invited to five ocr Flour a trial. Krerrthint
Freighters can desire to purefcaee ni.iy be.LtiueJ in
Browiiville. or. as easy terms a anvtchere else oh U.e
Itiver. And there i no t'eiler point thau Brovuviite
to ship from. 3iZL'lS 6 SPRlXUUt.
April 1G. lSa3-i41-tf
In pursuance of a decretal order made by the District
Court, in and for Xenialia county, Nebraska Terrltor.-
sitting in chancery, bearint: date the I6tu ef May, 1S61.
in a certain case peuding in said Court, wherein D3T
i. Matlock and Cutter &. Terril are complainant. bh4
Al letrL. Coat, et al, are respondents. lwii!,ou Wed
nesday, the 1 3th diy of 11 ay. A. V, 1S63, between thm
hours cf 10 o'clock a, M ., aad 4 o'clock p. ji.. in front
of Den's Iiall. in Brownville. in said t Mitity, (boiag the
place where the said court was last held.) oflcr for salt
to the hishCot bidder for evsh. the following describe
premises, ti-wii: It Xo.'s four I ) and Ave (5.) of th
northwest fractional quarter, secnou No. six (S.J
township .'u. four (i ) north 1 rause No. sixteen (itf),
east of the sixth principal meridian, in Nemaha cou;:tv
Nebraska Territory. J. S. BKiF()ML),
uiJ-Jw j,i 50 Master ui Cuancery.
In pursuance of a decreta! order made by ihe Distrwrt
Cotiri maud f it Neaiaha Cotiaty, Neh.-a-k. Territory,
sitiiiisjin Chancery, bearin; date ctober 7th, l5i'J, in
a certain cause pending in said court, where:a &. K.
Turner, J.M Fr-xer and II. C. Williams, partner ai
Turner, Crazier 4t Co.. are complainaiitn, aud A mire
S. Ilolladay, Lucretia Hoiladiy, hi wife. Beujanxi?
Holladay, Richard Brown and Levi S;'riDjfle are re
spondents, 1 will, on Wednesday, the 13i.u day of M.r,,
A D. 18S3, between the hour of 10 o'clock M. an1 .
4 o'clock p. m , in front of Den's Hall, in Brownvlilp,
iu said county, (bei:i; the placo where id court wa
last held,) offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash,
the foilowius described premise, to wit: lxt No. vum
(I,) in blocKNo. oue (1 ) esceptin? aad reserving that
portion occupied by the Nemaha Valley Bant, LeiHS
twenty feet (vJ0) front aud seveuty feet (Tf) dep. and
beiaonthe Northeast corner of said lot iu Hrownville,
Nebra.-ka Territory. JAMES S. BEDFORD.
n4J 4w-$5.25 Jlaster in Chancery.
Gecrste H. Nixon, of Tennessee, will take notice that
William H. Hoover, did :n the 15:h day of December,
A . V. lad, nte his petition in the District Court of
Nemaha county, Nebraska Territory the object an4
prayer of said petition is to obtain a judgment aut
the said G. U. Nixon fer the sum of niuety-one dollars
with interest from the 1st day of September, 13o9. for
services ai clerk and copyist rendered ty sid Uoover
to said Nixon. The necessary art! lav it being tiled, an
order of attauhmeut was issued frcm said court, and tiie
following propeny attached, to-wit: 13J teet off of
the ea-it part cf Lots 9 and 10. in Block -0, in Brown
ville. bouridel as follows, to-wit: Boinui.'i at the
northeast corner of said L-jt 9. running thence west 13'
feet, thence south 90 feet, thence east 130 teet, theuco
north 90 leet to the place of beginning, together wiOi
the improvements there u ; all situated in saad couuty
of Nemaha. Siid Nixon is repaired to answer said pe
tition on or before Alav ISth. 16G3.
n39-4w-$5.25 K. W. THO MAS, Atfy. forPitT.
am stock. 1
WM. T. DEN,
TTas now received his Sprins Stork of Good direct front
New York, Philadelphia, Boston and St. Lou.s w6i?h
he will sell cheaper than any other Uouseiuthe West.
My motto rhall ever be.
Quick Sales & Small Profits,
And my Good shall be Sold Cheap for
CASH m PRODUCE.
I ALSO AM
TIIE PURCHASE OF
HIDES, PELTS & FUKS,
FOR WHICH I WILL
ALWAYS PAY THE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE.
31 Y STOCK CONSISTS OF
Ladles' Fancy Dress GooCs,
Larsc Assortment or Notions,
Ladies' Hats and Trimmings,
Ilosiery and CIotcs,
Hair Nets and Head-Dresses,
Children's Hats and Caps.
Boots and Shoes In Great Yarletjy
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Gent's & Eoy's Clothing,
CHEAP FOR CASH,
D90CS AND SASH,
A VARIETY OF CHOICE LIQUORS.
Is tlie Place to Tirade. Call and
Examine nis Stocli. of Goods be
fore you Purchase, lor DES Can
not be Undersold,
100 cf the most severe JiA TTL m 2ES aai
incidents cf the War, now ready, tize lix iU inchei,
highly colored, on fine heavy paper, ieut post-paid,
2i forf 1,C0, or$4 per 10O. To arent-sand the trad
no be:tcr crportu-.ity wa ever nrcd.
Address liEMiY B.AXSOX, Print l'abliiHr,
91 State Street, Boston, linsj -
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1 k m
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