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Progress et ReConstr 'ellen.
The Recoistruction act whic I passed the
late Congress . over the President'akir - citois,
already virtually accepted by .the Borith . :. l
It is (of course) denounced and exieta.e'd
by certain noisy, ex-Rebels (m,a6ly of the
bomb-proof variety :)- but not many even
of those, talk of Twisting it, whiffle the poi- ;
icy of the "masterly inactivi: !',.has few
advocates, and their number is - - iipidiy.
dwindling. And for this ther e is excellent
reason, in . the fact that, if , the ex-R , be's
refuse to organist' their Slate .. under the
ad of Congress,the Uticonditioizal Union
ists (White and Black) wil4 .organize
each of and by themselves.: lf, then, the
er Rebels should insist on testing the con
stitutionality brlhe act bef re the Supreme
Court; they wilt simply compl that Court
to decide whether a State orgz nization by
loyal men in obediktee'to an ' Aet of Con
gresti-or a rival organization by ex-Rebels
itf - defianee of Congress shall 1/8 recogniz
iA and upheld by the authorit and pow
er of the. Union: and it does n t seem
bable that a majority even of our present
Judges will decide.that, issue gainst Con
greSs - and the loyal Organizaticins., ,
The ten Rebel States are to be ' i.eorgan
ized under the late act of Congress, and
are to choose Representatives and SiMatols
to claitn seats in . the present . (X.Ltli) Con.
gress. So much is already wsurelL And
it is moraliy certain that the great: body o
their people. irrespective of palit difference ,
of polities or condition, will pluticipate in
such reorganization and . electie n,
NM. is there any simpton of violent
perturbation or deadly collisio 1 likely to re
sult from the act Which was ..- lately stig
niatized by its enemies as ou ••to organize
bell" in the South. On thecontrary the
prospect is &tided:3' favoraloe io a nearer
approach to peace and order than has been
exhibited at the South for years. .Outrage
and violence are less prevalct t there Elmo
they have been; a d there is reason to
hope that the econstruction. at hand will
he marked by no such hideoi s tragedies a;
those which in 1866 disrai. d. the cities of
Memphis and New-Orleans., i
.The only clouds on the Ito izon are fair
ly chargeable to an omission by Congress
to prescrib , the machinery w iereby Recon
'tritetion is to be effected. Hjel the act
prescribed a day (say the four l tli of July)
whereon the people of the 4.eti States re
spectively shall (not man)
m eet and choose
delegates to a Constitution d Convention,
andelitected either' the . linvisional State
authorities - 10r the military diri
ders to 'designate persons to hold the polls,
count the, yotes Jac., all trot/ ble would have
That the oinision is unflatunate, is al
reach manifest in Virginia and in Louisiana.
In Virginia, the Blacks and other lovalks
are exhorted not to vote it, the election
which will donbilesS be he! I wider the au
spicies or the Stateauthori les, but to hold
an election of their own. Ve trust means
will he. found to avoid a ' onble election . ,
and we cannotilielp advisir g the loyalists
th„foltow the lea!" of Francis ;
of that State .
I-I.Pierpont rather than that . tt . James W,
In Louisiana, it is repor,ed that the ex
Rebels propose to hold ..t Constitutional
election_ as if in conformit :to the . act Of
Con g ress, but to reject th i
, : votes of all col
oredmen I We do not, believe they will
persist in this stupidity. if they mean to
deny and resist the authirity. of Congress
in the,pr,ernises, their obvious : course is to
adhere'to their presei t State organization,
and take no Part in the choice of delegates
to make another.
.Or, the - whole, the g
struction is progressing f
idly. Those who have ,
ted that the Itadiea's w
the Southern States
in chaos until after the rll
Merit, Kill be singing a v
before .December.--: Tr
, . .
THE latest cable despatches tend strong
ly to show that, the dist rbances in Ireland
amount to the dignity a rebellion . . 7 Tip
-1 dpenny County-is rePort the center of one
of its chief demonstrati ns, and the Galtec
Mountains, it is sail, .are swarming with
FeMans. Other counties are excited, and
the rising is general enonqh to give em
ployment, .to : ennsit lt&able numbers .of
British troops. TlLs s the color 'of the
story as filtere4l throng the English, press;
and it is poAilife that ,i to situation, from A
British view, may be still mote troublesome.
: The fact of the inSurret ion is at last de
cided. We have still k )twait news of ils
fate..N. l'. Tt ibane Iffarch 11.
t' — '
e -- bones were fonnd
a few days since,
ra. , (A correspond
urnol says, "that is
opperbeads went in
TEN bushels of spa
in theh le..ige of a Ne i
near. Cedar Rapids, [O%l
etit.of the Chicago Ji
the place where the
think it wn,l
one of the hinny such )
"Cops" have been c
and which =Count§ I
tatee at the poll*.
TflE Stipreme C
Stales bas at length
liquor laws. The e
Chief Justice Chasei
nut jonly the liquo
the military Govern;
the Presiilent for t
strange, as the only,
:the oqtatt, which t
the rebels with itru
An important or ,
Tuesday, Max. 19;18671_
. SPEECH 4E , SPEOR COLE
Hen: ScheYler Colf4 - Who Was - elected
Speaker of the Fortieth ICongress, address
ed the House as follows it taking the chair:
Elected for the thin time to this re
sponsible and trying . pliSitionl i I appreciate
more than ever beforet the Inheritance 01,
this trust, and realize rnorelllan when first,
entering on , its difficult Irlutietf the absolute!
necessity of your confidence and support.
Nor do I oyez rate the g ravity of our posi-'
tie) as Anted= legiSh,ora
"The year has never drilpped . their sand
• On mortal. issue vast and grand
As ours tolay."
A nation deciMated bYilhe conflicts jot fra
ternal strifea land' disolafed -by the des
tructive Marche; of hoftile artriieisa peo
ple with the fruits of prolonged war rmened
into the gloomy hardest dead with the
bullets as well its hearis)reavy with bereave
ments and 'broken with/anguish—look anx
iously from North anal ; alike to this
capital of continental; domain. But there
is a pathway of duty; htminous will s light,
and by that light we !Should walk. .It is
to guile our steps byle justice of God and
the tights of man. Itiis to banish all mail
ice nil revenge, and is justify our faith by
our WorkS. It is to a , chor otir legislation
On what the greA . cornmoner of England;
John Bright,' &clams .r) . be the simple bat
~ ü blinie principles on i'llicli great national
questions' should,' be sittlled—the basis of
, ternal rights. It is to write on our 'ban
tier those words that' will shine brighter
than the stars that giun the firmatnent- 7 -
Liberty, Loyalty; anal: Law. , It is to make
history that posterity frill rise up and call us
I,lessed . The CongresS which has just 1 asse I
away has written a record that will be long
remembered by the poor anal the friendless,
whom it slid not foroTft. :Misrepresented or
misunderstood by those Who denounced it
as enemies, harshly find unjustly criticised
by some who sliouhliave beenits-friends,
it proved itself re faithful to human
progress and liberty than any of its prede
cessors. The outraged and opprewed found
in the these congres[iional halts champions
and friends. Its kevi-note of poliqy was pro
tection to the do All-trodden. t quailed
not before the niightest and- neglected Lot
the obscurest. It lifted the s) 1 ve whom
the natYm bad freed up ,to the full stature
of manhood. It placed on o r statute
hook the civil 'rights bill as our national
'Magna Charts, grander:than all the enact- ,
meats that honor , the Aineric4 govern
ment had been destroyed by a vanquished
rebellion, it, dec'ared, xi a guarantee of de
fence to the weakest, that the . freedman's
hand shOuld wield the freedman's ballot,
and that none but loYal men sheuld govern
a land Which loyal sacrifices had saved.
Taught by insPiraticie that new wine could
not be safely [pit in o4d bottles, it proclaim
ed that there could be no safe or loyal re
construction ~ t i a foundation of unrepented
treason or disloyalty: , Fortunate will it be
us if, when we s rrende , ihese;seats to
Our successors, we, can point to a record
which will shine on 4 ur historic page
that of the Congre which has just expir
ed. '.Thrice fortunate if, when we leaVe
this Capitol, our whole national structure ,
shall be permanently restored, resting ini
the sure foundation-tones of loyalty, unity,
liberty, and right. With such convictions
of duty I come:to this 'chair to administer)
your rules, but not as a partisan I appeal
to you for the gen Anus support by Which
alone a presiding oicer can be siistained
pledging you in r , A r
in an inflexible impar
tiality, which shall be proved by my deeds,
and invoking on:your deliberations the fa
vor of Hint who holds the destinies of na
tions in the both* of , His hand. , I am
now ready to take the bath of office Pre--
scrilted,„by law. ,
work of Recon
livonibly anti rap-
AA' years vocifern
,lre bent on keep
inr?' presenteA and
ext choice of Pres
The Work of the ThlrtyLlVlnlk
The following, is a correct list of the pub-;
lie nets and resolutions passed by the Thir
ty-Ninth Congress, and approved by the
President of the United States, together
with those which have become laws! by
being passed osier the President's veto:
i":1.;13LIC ACT. •
Inking appil,opriations an I to supply
d-'ficieticies in the ,appropriations for the
service of the Guy •rittnent for the fiscal
year ending Julie 3 , 186'0. -
.To amend all act entitled "An act graat
ing lands to the St to of Plrogon to aid in
the construction o a inOtaryi road from
Eugene City to' the eastern boundary of
said State:,' ' . 1
To regulate the electivel
Suspending the payn*
the, Treasury as" compeni
e tlllit this is
pla i cesh . to Which the
w ling for years past,
or their non -appear-
c aiming the service or
volunteers-)or i.Oafted nu
Setting aside certain
to.rnal revenae l l fOr the en
tiaties in the j TerritOri
Arizona am) Dakota.
To fix the times for
ins of Congrcsi
In ward to the co
I agents in the Post Mc
To inc rporate the
visit Conmany of Wash
tract of ColuMbia,
nth of the United
letlided the Constitd
y of the iirohibitory
cleci§ion wns road by
recently, land covers
r laws bui, the laws
are not satisfied with
rs late,ly appointed by
e. goi'ith. This IN not
le Uops approved, were
s in their hands.
Inraernent l a the Erie
now in progre6s uerp
N. 19..liciLAT4 Y 4 EDITOR.
To repeal section 13 of "An act to sup
press ,insutrection, to punish treason 'mid
,o Seize and confiscate 'the prop
erty of releb, and for other purposeti, ap
proved July 17, 1862, , •
To regnlate the elective franchise: in the
Territorial of the United etatee,
To'incorporate the'Wtishington County
Horse Railro-ou3patly in the District
To incorporate the First Congregational
Society of Washingti
To punish certain crimes in' relatibia to
the public securities 'and c \ a' rency, and for
Amendatory of "An act to mend an
act •.,.entitled An act relating to `Aabens
corpus ? and regula9ng judicial proited
ings in' certaincases,'" approved May
11. 1860. •
To amend "An act to establish the ju
dicial courts of the United States," ap-
ProVed September 24,1'1789. .
To authorize the extension, construction,
and use of a lateral hranch• of the -.Bald
mere and Potomac rallrOad into and within
the : District of.Coluinhip.
Exempting certain :property of debtOri
i the District of
. Coltinribia hem levy, at
tachment, and sale on 'exec,ution...'"
To punish illegal voting in the District
of Colurribia, and for other purposes.
To pr4vide for the payment of pensions.
Autbdriziug the Secretary of the. Treas
ury to .receive into. the Tirasury, the; re-id
oar legaCy of Smihson; to author
ize the regents of thelSrnithsonitin Institu
tion to apply the income of the said legacy,
and for other . purposes.
For the, of the State of Ne
braska inte l the
! Making appropriations to supply defies'
ielicieti in the appropriations for contingent
«..xpenses of the IlonSa of Reptwentativee.
of !the United Statiß, fur the fiscal year
ending June 30, 18617.
To fix the pay of the quartermaster ser
gcant of the battallici l n of engineer's.
;Making appropriations fur the service of:
the Post Office Department- during the!
fiscal year ending June 30, 18138, and for
Other pnrposett. •
. Supplementary to an act to prevent
smuggling., And fin' other purposes, approv
ed July 18, 1806.
Amendatory of the 'several acts respeet- 1
irig copyright.. !
To authorize the payment of prize Mon-
Or to certain ()Seers and enlisted mon •of
the signal corpS of the army.
To authorize' the purchase of certain lots:
of ground adjoining the Allegany arsena',
at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. -
To authorize the Secretary of the . Navy
Ito accept, League Island, in the D',elaware
river, for naval Purposes, and. to dispense
with and dispose of the site of the existing
i pird at Philadelphia.
To authorize the trustees of the Foundry
(M. E.) Churcktor i 'sell and convey agnate
No 235, the city of Washington.
Concerning the fire department of Wash
To regulate the; duties of the Clerk of
the House Of Reptiesentatives in preparing
for the organization of the House, and for
To declare the sense of an act entitled
"An act to reatricZ the jurisdiction of the
Court of Claines,land to provide for the
payment of certain demands for quarter
master's stores and subsistence supplies
furnished to the army of the . United States."
Making appropriations for the payment
of invalids and other pensions of the United.
States for the year ending June 30, 1868.
Providing for the election of a Congres
To alter the places of holding , the cir
cuit courts of the United States for the
To establish and protect national cem
To amend an act entitled "An act to in
corporate the National Sol.liers and Ssil
ors' Orphan Home," approved July 25.1806.
To regulate Proceedings before justices
of the peace in the District of ColumLia,
and for other purply:es.
To amend the I llaw of the District of Co
luinbia in relation to judicial proceadiugs
For the' punishment of certasn crrr.es
therein named in the District of Columbia,
and fur other Purposes. •
To : restore Lieutenant Joseph P. Fyffe
to his grade in active service of tile 'Navy;
Fixing the compensation for the bailiffs
and criers of the courts of de - District of
- - .
To authorize the construction of a sub
merged tubular blidge across the lissiasr 7
ippi river xt the city of St. lonia. 1 . ,
Granting Lands to the Sta of Pregon
to ail in the construction f amilitary
wamnii-roa.l fromDalles cit), on the Co
umb a river, to Fort Boise, on the Snake
...`i; amend the 2lst section of an act en
-An act further to piev.-11 smog
g.lin r, and for other purpose t s," tipproved
July le, 1.8136: , l -
To :1111 , Thil section 12, en
ihe inws of the Ist session u
LN" . int h Cengr :ss.
To amend an act grat.ting
way o%( r the military rescril
Greiot. Michigan. •
To change certain collecti l
Maryland and Virginia. j j
Relative to collection dil.
Carolina. . I
. To amend the act entitled "An act fur
ther to provide for the safety of the lives
of paisoge on board of )J,essels propelled
in whole or in part by stem. to regulate
the salaries of steaniboat nmectors, and for
ether purposes," approve July :1.5, 1886
Declaring Clinton bridge, across th •
Mississippi river at Clinton, in the State of
i 1 1
lowa, a post route.
Making appropriations for the consular
and, diplomatic expenses of the Govern
ment for the year ending June 30, 1868
and for other purpose.
Making appropriations for the support
of the Military Academy for the fiscal year
'endingJune 30,1803,and for other purposes.
To fix the compensation of the officers
of thereve;uue cutter service, and for other
.purports.. • .
franchise in the
j t of moneys from
r Lion to persons
labor of colored
and for Other
[roeeeds frorn in
, etion of peniten
• • of 34 blaska,
Idaho, Mut tern,a,
be regular m
pensation of route
I Departmer t.
•ational Sale De
ington, in the Dis-
For the relief of certain 'drafted men.
Relative to the port of Camuen, New
To grant certain privilegea the Alex,
andria, Washington, and GeOrgetoWn
road Cornpany in the District ofpolumbia.
Regulating the "tenure of certain civil
• In relation to persons imprisoned under.
K!ntenc9 for offences ;against the laws of the,
United States. , •
To amend an act entitled i'An, act to
continue, alter, and amend the chafter" of
the city of Washington." approved May
17, 1848. .
• To-amend an act entitled "An act fur l
the removal of causes in certain cases from
Slate courts," approved July; 27, 1866.'
, To extend the provisions of an act enti-1
tied "An act for the final adjustment of
private 14nd - claims."
Relating to writs of appeal and writs - of
error to the Supreme Court.
• To regulate the lisp, anion Lof the pro..
coeds of fines, penalties and forfeiwres
curred under the laves relating to customs.
To extend the time fott the completion
of certain street railways.
To amend•an act entitl "An actto in
Corporate the National Theoog,ical
Lute," and to define and extend, the powers
of the same.
To provide fora teropOrary increase of
the pay of officers in the army of the
United States, and for, other purpoPes:
Making appropria , ions fur sundry civil
expenses of the Govel urnent fors the 'year
ending June 30,18 08,aml forother purposes.
To provide ways awl means for the pay
ment ofcompound interest notes.
To prevent the absonce of territorial offi
cers fry m their official duties.
• Authorizing limited partnerships in the
District of Columbia.
To provide for an annual inspection into
Indian aftairsi and for other puffi - se&
Making appropriations and to supply
deficiencies in the appropriations for the
service uf the Government . for. the fiscal
year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-seven, and for Other purpose&
To pay and discharge cert l lin' debts and
expenditures to the Corporation of the city
To provide increased revenue from im
ported wool, and for other purpos.a,
To declare valid and conclusive - certain
proclamations of the Prident, and acts
done in pursuance thereof, or of his orders
in suppression of the late rebellion against
the United States.
Making appropriations for the current
and conting,ent expeteses of the Indian De,
partment for fulfilling treaty stipulations
with various Indian tribes for the year
ending June 30, 18G8.
Making appropriations for the support
of the army for the year ending June 30,
1868, and for other : purposes.
Declaring and fixing the rights of volun
teern ax a part.of the army.
Tu provide for the more efficient govern
ment of the insurrectionary States
Making appropriations for the repair,
preAeration, aml completion of certain
pi►blick works heretofore commenced under
the authority of law, and for other purposes.
To amend ,existing laws relating to in
To anthorkze the building of light-houses
therein mentioned and for other purposes.
Making al proprintioni for the construc
tion, presemtion, and repairs of certain
fortifications andother works of defense for
the fiscal year ending June 30, , 1868.
Granting lands to aid in the construe
don of a rai!;roa.l from the city of Stockton
to the town iaf Copperopolis, in the State
' To incorporate the joint stock c mpany
of the Young Men's Christian Am t ociation
Making appropriations for the Id islative
executive,and judicial expenses of he Gov.-
ment for the year ending June 30, 1868.
To establish a uniform system af bank
. rupicy throughout the United States.
_lO :establish cereiln post roads. .
14king appropriations , for' the ;naval
serride, fur the year ending June 30, 1868.
TO define and punish certain crimes
To incorporate the National Insurance
To create the omen of surveyor gctferal
in the Territories of, Utah • and Niontar4,
and to e , thbliAll a 1at , .1 office in the Terri
tories of Utah, *ontina, and Arizona.
To regulate the 04positiote of an irregu
I*r found in the custody of the freedmen's
To abolish and forever prohibit the sys-'
tam of peonaae in the Territory of New
Mexico and otiTer parts of the United States,
Supplemetary to the several acts of Con
gress abolishinr , iinprisonment for debt.
To atnend an act ntit ed "A:,, act to
provide a temporary government' for the
Territory of Idaho," approved March 3,
To authorize the Otablishment of ocean
mail steamship service between the United
States and the Havviiiitin Islands
To amend an act , tttitled "An act COti
erning the the department of Washington
city," approved February 18, 1867.
Authorizing the Secretary of the nat t y
to transfer the United States ironclad On
ondaga to George Quintard, of New York.
Ft,r the relicf of certain contractors for
the construction of vessels of war and steam
Allowing duties on foreign merchandise
imported into the port of Albany to be se
cured and paid at that place.
To establish a department of education.
Supplemental to "An act to establish
the Trciasury Department," approved Sep
tember 7-2, 1789.
Atn4ntlatory of "An act to provide a
tempotary government for the Territory of
Montana," approved May 26, 1864.
To incorporate the Howard . University'
in the District of ColumLia.,'
on diEtricta in
Tictn in North
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For the relief of the inhabitants of citiest nit .
and towns upon the public lands. 1G D NEw
To provide for the allotment of the mem- uu S
beta, of the Supreme Court among the
circuits, and for the appointment of a mar
shal of the Supreme Court.'
To amend au act. endued "An set to ex
tend the time for tbe reversion to the Uni
ted States of the lands granted - gy Con
gress t'U t aid in the construction of a railroad
from Amboy, by Hillsdale and -Lansing, to
some-point on or near Traverse Faysqn the
State of Michigan, and for. the eompldtion
of said road," 4pproved July 6;1866.
To amend •ail act entitled "An act au
thpriOng, the -instruction of a jail in and
for the 'Distrie of Columbia, approved ( J nue
' To appoint 1
al. Asylum for
to, fill vaeanei
• To provide
the Paris Exp,
wo managers for the yation- r
Disabled Volunteer Soldiers,
for the exhibit:on of the
ons of the United States at
iosition In April next.
certain medals to be distri
rably discharged soldiers free
bated to boat
To procure ,
com tinvdate .
a site for a building to ac
he post-office and United
n New York city.
nig money to defray the ex
joint select committee on re-
penses of the
transfer certa I
of the steam
, • Ti amend
g o. the Seeretar^ of War to
in property_ to the National
• for the iemoval of the wrecX
!hip Scotland.. •
existing laws relating to 'in-
for the payment •of certain
le, Aertain cases, for the re
' h. l l from bonded warehouses
nioval or ale ..
free from ttt t
io Oregon. 1
lit relatio to the penSions of widows of
Revolutiona y soldiers.
For the purchase of David's Island, New
York barbe l ..
To. exten 1 the time for codifying the
'to's rehititi r to customs, so -horized by the
joint * , oloFion approved . July 26. 1866
For the restoration of Lieutenant Com
mander S. 1., Breese. , U. S. navy,' to the
active list from the retired list,
Authotizing the employment of a public
vessel for the transportation of prostsiont.
ti th e pe.,. 1 ,10 of the S.)11111 , rn States:
To extend aid and facilities to citizens
of the United States engaged in the suivev
of a route for a ship canal across the Isth
mus of Darien.
to ocean mail service between
in California, auLl Portland,
Althorizing, the Secrekai;v of the Treas.
Iffy to permit the owner of yacht "May
Howe." to chancretho name of the •,,
that of "Silvie," and to issue an American
regisier to the steam yacht Glance.
To provide' for the ascertaintnent and
.toportioettlent of the 'proper ~f the
Erect tai of 1861 to the State of West
Vuazinia,, and for other purpmses.
Givinfi additional compensation to CRT
':in employees in the civil service of 'the
. 30yetninent at Washington.
To extend the provis,ious of the act it .
, emir,( to agricultural coPeges to the Stat
T.,the time for the use of - Cop
blip vessels for quarantine purposes at the
port of New York.
Autto.riziug the Secretary of the Na%
Brant the use of guns for trial of Ri.ig
: vac's battery,-- 2
— For the erection of an equestrian state,
to t; e memory of Brevet Lieutenant Gen
•ra! Wi;ifiiel.) Seotr... • •
rinynints by any
,nffleer of .
fnlla overmnout to any per ..)n - not knoe
to bav, , I o n .c 0 n0....,1 t o the rebellion. a nd
in favor of it. supprmalon.
For printing additional copies • of the
Appendix to the Diplomatic Correspond
ence i t 18G5.
11 , 1ati‘e to the post office ano sub-treits
ury of the city' of Boston.
Coneerning: the right of • way for di ,
it ey awl construction fan inter-oceani,
ship canal through the Isthmus of Darien
To enable the Secretary of War to early
out an agreement in re'ation Co hater-pots
, r tOr the arsenal at Pock IslanJ. '
To amend. section sof an sct i entit'ed
"An tiet. - to increase duties nn imports, awl
r 4,11er purpostts," approved June, 30,
111 re!ation to the er tion of a jail in
tie District Vet)4itobiti.
In:tract Mt; the Sun Lary of the - Interior
to order a Qii - rvm• for a bridge or bridges
across the Potomac.
Authorizing the Secretary of State to
preset t to Captain James G. Smith, of the
brio Victoria, a gold chronometer
tokit of appreciation of his services in
rescuing from . death the master, officers;
•er e w, pa;:sengers on hoard i of the
A topri‘inn brio E. H. Titter.
For the reduction of the military reser
vation of Fot t Riley, and to grant land for
bridge - purposes to the State :of Bans.
T..4;xtending provisions of section. Itvio.of
act to extend the jurisdiction of Oft Court
Of Claims, approved July 4, 18g4.1
TO provide for the exchange of certain
In relatiOn io banking
To facilitate the settle'
, )f• disbursing officers.
sistant Secretary of the
cel l s of the iron-clad. !giant
boat Augusta, to accept
them by the Emporer of __
Thanking the Chambers of Seri;
Deputies. of Brazil for their resoli
sorrow and sympathy on tne
I President Lincoln,
- • Presntiag the thanks of Congr
rue W. Field.
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS!
Nd attention paid to the cost of
Prompt conformity to the:Lowest
Market Prices Is our. established
We are determined to give . the
public the Benefit of the I'm,
We.shall try to prove the Rule
Yon -paid high prices when goods
went up, We will see to It that
you pay low prices now GOODS
Others may go down, butt we. do
All we, ask Is to °lre us a Call.
Shop as much as you please.
you know!uur prices we feel sure.
I of a sale.
We are in for the trade this spring
and are determined that
CHARLES S. JONES
Shall t a ke the lead in furnishing this
we are no
not fail to
CALICOES WITH TUE STARCH
OUT OP BOTH CLOTH AND.
Plain & Fancy Cassinaere,
Bledched and Unbleached
Mlaslin.s of all PriOes--
Fl6nnels of all Colors.
TictiKin , v Striped Shirting.
Denims. Crash, Toweling
All-Wool Delaines, Amer. Delaines:
Of all kinds. (*FEES, WRITE BROWN
SUGARS, SYRUP 4- COMMON MOLASeES,
GREEN. & BLACK TEAS, SPICES \of a a
kindS. A great variety of the oest brands of
SMOKING & CHEWING TOBACCO, COut
Brooms, Cedat Buckets; No.l and 2 Mackerel,'
Labrador Her l ryig, /lams 4 Shoulder.l.,
DRUGS and MEDICINES,
BOOTS and SHOES,
REMEMBER WE PAY THE INDUST
- PRICE FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
CHARLES S. JONES.
Coudersport, June 5, UM
s.s to Cy-
"Wo*ks both Ways."
not• intend to be beaten.
the country with the best
the least money. Ours is the
`e that can be done. COME,
All kinds of
w offering at prices which can
strike the purchaser as
SILK & LINEN
T.ADEES' DRESS • GOODS,
Mohair Lustres, &o.