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The Daily Loyal l.eorgiaii.
AUGUSTA, G.V. JUNE 0, 1867,
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written only cm one side of the paper, and ac
uompanied with the name? of tlm writer. We.
will not publish the name, unless the writer
wishes us to do so, but we. must have it, as a
guarantee of the truthfulness of the article.
News and Other Items.
The Jn|i;m<'sc CointiiiMsioiieis have,
during llieir ‘ njoimi in Washington, ;
been inijuiiing and Darning everything j
whit-h may lx- heiiciieial to their own ;
miveninn iit. Tiny have frequently :
visitiil the Treasury Department in
ijiiesl nl knowledge.
\w Onl.ll ann, May hi. Mayor
Heath ajijiointial two negro policemen
The new Cousin ut ion lor tin' N'orth
Oerinan (on federation progresses
,irmlil( in tlie Prussian Parliament.
Vn iisiinn;, May hi. The liepuhli
,.;m cai.'ipaign opened in this State last
11 itjlit.. A large amlienee "t whites
ami blacks assembled in the Court
11.(Use, and were addressed by Mr.
Coinvay of New York.
15m.ti.mokk, May ai. The lieptihli
can State Central Committee of Mary- j
land has issued a call for a Border
iSiale Convetilion, to lie held Oil till
3 2th of September next in this city, j
Tj,e States „| Delaware, West Vir-
Kentucky, Tennessee, and Mis-;
siim iare invited to co-operate in the
movement, and to send to the proposed
Convention as many delegates, w ithout
ve'i'ui'd to race or color, as each State -
ma\ deem expedient or tindconvenient.
The object. <*J the Convention C to _
organize an influential appeal to Coil-j
..less on the part of the Bolder States
fur the passage of the Sumner-Wilson
bill, or for oilier ctticirnl legislation as
mav lead to the establishment through- I
out the Union of the grand principle
~1 manhood suffrage.
'file Liberals have gained another
important victory in the House ol
Commons, an .amendment depriving all
boroughs having less 10,000 in
habitants of the right of sending a
representative having been carried by j
tin-large majority of 1 ifV- The aboli
iion of the “rotten boroughs ’ will he ;
a fatal blow at the iiiHucitee of the
Tories upon the elections. — Tribune.
.John Stuart Mill on the L’Olli ol May
mail, a powerful speech in the House
ot Commons in favor of female suffrage.
The replies to his speech were more
jocular than serious, and by no means
calculated to lessen the impression
which the address will undoubtedly
produce among thinking men. Among
those who supported the amendment
-.as Sir C. lsowyer, the ablest among
the Roman 1 atholic members of the
House. As far as known, this is the
first notable conversion to the cause of
female sutFnige Iroiu the ranks of the
“Catholic.” part. It was, of course,
not expected that the amendment
would receive a majority, but the large
number of votes which were cast for
ii (V-.) must Ik-gratifying to all friends
ol 'li* cause.—A'. U. Tribune.
AUGUSTA, GrA., THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE G, IBG7.
An Act concwniny tJu thnnahniis of Ihe
Mutt of \t coda.
lit if enacted by tin Mi, aft out! House of
JieprcM'ntafir, v of the i nited Motes of America
in. Conynss o.ssnitbU'tf 'Hint, as provided for
and consented loin I lie constitution of the
Suite: of Nevada, all lhat territory mid tract
of land adjoining the present eastern bouih
i dary ol the Slate ol Nevada, and Ivinu-be
tween the thirty 'cventh and forty-second
decrees of north latitiuie and wei of the
longitude west, of Washington. i> hereby
added to and made a part of the Slate of Ne
Sec. :* And ho it fordo r <)»<cUd, Tlmt
there i hereby adtled to and made ;i part of
the Siale of Nevada, all that extent of terri
tory lying within the following boundaries,
to wit: Commencing on the thirty-seventh j
decree of north lalituo, at the thirty-.seventh
degree of longitude we,-4, front AVa hington ;
amt running thence south on said degree of !
longitude to the middle of the river Colorado
of the West; thence down the middle of
l said river to the eastern lnumdarv of the
I Stale of California; thence northwesterly
I atony said iHUmdarv of California to the
tliirly-seve.nlh decree ol north jufittfdc; ami
, thence east along said decree of latitude to
■the point of beaming: Pro/dnf 'l'hat the
territory mentioned in lhi- -eelion shall not
1 become a pair of the Stall* of Nev ada until
slid Slide, diall, through ils legislature, eon :
sent thereto : 1 , ./ pi oriif df-.) (ft, / 1 'J’lml all !
p«u seseory rights'MinpdfOd i\v eili/.ens of the «
l nited States to luiniuy claims, discover and,
located, and ork-inally recorded ill eompli
a nee with tin inks and regulations adopted
l*y miner in the I’ali Haiiayat and oilier
mining districts in the Tcrritoiv incorpora
le<l hv the provision <»f this act into tin? State
of Nevada shall remain as valid sub
sisting mining claims; bill nothing here
in contained shall be o con si mod as granting
;• title in fee to any mintial land held by
posses-ory lilies in tlw mining States and |
Ari'KovKD, May 5. lSt>(J.
Ah Ad to cvtstHrntp !'t it ffrophif fotonmnico
1 100 hes ton'll tht l Hifvd. Sftifi s "/idditc Jnltjltd
e>f' (Uthtt find other MV s/ liitUti Ixhuulx ovtl
Whereas .lame A. Scrymser, Alfred I’ell.
junior, Alexander Hamilton, junior, (Hivcr
K. King, .MaUtrin K. I)ela(ie,ld, William ]’.
Smith, and dame*' M. I lieges, their asso
eiates. Hucessoi’s, and avigns. persons com
posing the International Ocean 'l'ejegiaph
(■ompuiiy, atid ine.*»rporated company eiiar
tered by the Slate of N’t w Volk, are de
sirons ol estalilishim' a line of sulpnarine
te!<*gra|»hic e<mimunication l»et\v<en tin?
I filled States ol Anierica and the West
India blands and llic llahamas: Now.
therefore, in order to laeiliate the said en- |
lie if, t not /nl hff (Jit St /toft unit JfoHht of
fit jo <s( ufo/irts of fitt L/iiltit SttiifK of AmirUtt
in. Cont/rtsM tmsctiddt </, That the aid In
ternational Ocean Telegraph Company, in
eoriKirated under the laws of the State of
New York, their .an ees,'ors and assigns,
'hall have the sole privilege fora period of
iourieen 3 CTOs from lb* anproval ol this aef,
to lay, construct, land, maintain, and op- j
emle telegraphic or magnelic lines or cables:
in and over the waters, reefs, islands, shores,
and lands, over which the l 'nited States.
' have jurisdiction, from the shores of the
State of Florida, in the -aid United State-,
to the Island ol Chiba and the ILhamas.
either or both, and other West India Hands.
Si a '-3. And ht. if furlhtr c/otctcd. That
the said International Ocean Telegraph
Company shall, at all times give the United
States the free use of said cable or rallies, to
'a telegraphic operator of it own selection,
to transmit any messages to and from its
! military, naval, and diplomatic or consular
agents; and the said company shall keep all
its linenOpc.il to the public for the transmis
-ion for daily publication 'of market and
commercial reports and intelligence, and all
messages despatches atid (•oiimupucatiuns
dinll he forwarded in the order in which they
shall be received : and the said company shall
not he permit'-tod t»> charge and collect for
message* transmitted thro' .Ji any of its
submarine cables nioix than the rate of three
dollars and fifty cent for me,-ayes of fen
words, subject howci , to the power of Con
gress to alter and determine said rales;
I’rorifted, Thai Ihe said International Ocean
Teh-graph Company shall, within the period
of three from the pa sage ol this act,
cause the said submarine telegraphic calw 1 or
nilik’S to he laid do \n, and that the said ea
* bit- or cables shall be in spec -a ul opera! ion by
tin* iranDmission of iiiissi'ji within the aid
period of fivt \e;ir ; otherwise, this grant to
be null and void.
Sic. m. Audio ft fin t/n r f,pti<Ucd, I has
Congress shall have power, atany time, to
alter or iejkul the foregoing act.
ArrnovKj), May o. isdn
( IIAITK H LXXV.
An Art to <.xUn<t th> dnrixdiftion, of tht-. Court,
of fit lints.
JJt ittouttod Inj the Si/tn/t nod. J joust of
/hint sc / tin tiros of Un / // Utd Stnti *ofA im tiro
in ( on i/ i t xx Hssnohlt <t , and hat tlie ( ourt of
( laim ' hall have jurisdiction to hear and de
termine the claim ol any paymaster, <piar
tenuasl«-r. conimi ary of subsistence, oi
other distairsing ofliecr of tlie U’dited State-,
pr of his administrators or executors, lor re
lief from resjHHisihihly on ai-coiml of lo
by capture or otherw i s*, w Idle in Ihe line of
l»is rluty, of government funds, vouchers, re
cord;, and paper.*> in his charge, and b-r
which uch ntlieci w;».- and is held respond
Me : Provided, Tlmt an appeal may he taken
to flic Supreme Court, as in other caws.
Sk< '* Amt to it further onoctcif That
whenever said com * shall haw; ascertained
the facts of any such Joss to have been with
out fault or neglect on the purl of any mch
■ ofliccr, lt«)i;dl make a decree, selling forth
(lie amount thereof, niwm whic h the propuj
i -nunting oflicTis of t.|#f* treasury siioli ai
}<>w to such olliccr l hi; aiiHMOdoJi dec reed as
1 a i redit in the* settlement of his account.*
Aci’iaivi.p, May Ik lW*b.
( iIACTKH f.XXYI.
[n Art oidnruln.i/ tht /W/ /•. of tfo in rtf
Court of tin Con t itjf nf M nshini/to/i, I„t (hi
jp U • n<tried hft fh.i «‘v noh Ond Jli/uhi of
Hr/in*' m/dins of the i nifill’So'ftsnt' Amt ricn
in Con iji't ■'* nihinf That tile h*vy cemrt of
the county of Wa>h'mgl*m, in the Hi-M i< t of
( ojumtiia. islienhy i mpowcicii to deciaiy
and locate u> public highways such road-.
known and used as military roads in -aid
district- during the ivbcTon -aid coni!
'may deem advisabl*-: I'rorintd. r l hat the
i damages which tin owner -ol the land over
: which said road.*; pas- hall u-min I»V rc a-mi
of -aid roadslieingdeclared public lpghwiws,
-hall Tk? assessed a. prciiveii lol' in section
| throe ol tiro art ot (ongjo apj'iowd -tidy
j tirsf, eighteen lumdndand tv/clve. «j»liti««t
J An act confcni»‘g wii.tin power- on tin*
levy court for the county of Washington, in I
the District of ('olumbia.
Aitiiovk!>, A lay 0, 1800.
.1// A ,;t to incorporate tht National Thtofotjknl
Jit U no'ctnl hi; tht Senate and Mount of
Ikprt scuta tires of th, C nited States of Ann rico- |
in (kno/nss ass, mbled. Tlml Abram D. Gil
Kile, Edgar 11 Gray. Edmund Turney, j
Xidman Richards. Robert .1. Rowell. William
T. Johnson, Henry Heard. Uharles H. Moi-sc,
t . Lewis. John S. Rolcr. Davicl
llns, I). W. Anderson, Daniel (!. Eddy, i
Leonard A. Grimes Justice' I). Fulton, j
William R. Williams, Isaac WestcoM, llow
anl Malcolm. Joseph 11 Kcnnank Newton j
Urown, T. Dwight Alillci, and all persons
who shall or may bo associated with them, j
and their are hereby created aucl
declared :i body corporah* and jxjitie, in j
deed and in law, by the name of‘•The Na
tional. Theological Institute,” and by that j
name shall have succession and he. eapable in ;
law to sue and he sued, plead and he im- j
plcadcnl, answer and 1h- ansvw'rod, defend and
i'c defended, in all courts of law and equity !
and elscwlicre; to make'and use a common !
•cal, utui the same to alter or runow. at plea- |
sure; and gcnendly to do and perform all J
i things retailve.lo Ih* object ol this corpora j
tion which is now and shall Ik? lav;till for
any individual or body politic or corporale
j to do.
Jsi;c. x.‘. And- h> it further tnacitf Tlmt
the objec t and purpose el this corporation
shall hi for the ediuation of persons tor
tlu*chrislinii mini*.lrv, and those associated
with them as assistants, in such course of
theological and general studies as may ho
deemed proper lor that purpose; and for
that purpose is hereby aiithoi i/i and h* elect or
; appoint uch olliccr a • may he deemed ne
cessary or pnqHT for the control ot its
* allairs; to adopt.such icgulalions and by
l.sws foi- it; govoimeul ms may Im* deemed
* nece. sary, not imvuibisienl wi'lithe laws of
tue l'nited Sighs in force in tin? District of
('olumbia. and to amend or rep. at them at
pleasure; to leecive and hold any lands,
temcments. annut'icmone y , goods, chatlels,
or other property ot e very kind or nature,
w hich shall he g;i\eu, grtuilcd, or l)c<|Ue;ithed
toil, or lx? otherwise acquired, for tin? pur
pose ol carrying •ml th»ohjeei ot | his corpora
lion not excee ding (illy thousand dollars in
real estate, at any one time; and tlu? same to
sell oi dispose of in urh mannerks pmy he
desired fol the purpose as aforesiiid-■: l*r<>ri
<Utl% 'That ;>ny pnrjiei ly w> anpiirud, ro? the
proceeds ihereof, or any money rcccivedas n
gift, hall not he used tor any other than
-in ii educational purpose?;: And pvnrutcd ,
also. That no person hall be excluded from
. Ihe ad van I age: <d cdiua I ion at fore led by the
instiiuiuon account ol tltcnlogical hclit f.
| b).< \n t he, it furtfar enacted, 'Phat
ibis act may at any time he altci i*d, amended,
A (Tin.) \ r.n. May 10, IBGG.
( IIAITER UXNX.
.U' ! ■ !:/ iitneHtl an Art cof.ilbd, Art n
hiliit >f (o llnto os Corpus, and rri/uhtlf/ifj
Judicial I'roct ttHnps in. tu rtain, Cases f up- i
prored March third-\ eij/h.fttn- hund/'ttl nodi
Jh it t/iacted by tht Smalt and Jbnist of
fit pet -■ n tat ins of the ( ni-te.it Shift ms Ana ricn
in Cony res.,< nssmdihd. That any search,
seizure, arrest, or impiisonment made, or
any .lets done, or <miiil<?d to he done during
the said rebellion, by any olliccr or person,
under and by virtue* of any older, wirtten or
: verbid, general or special, issued by the
President or Secretary of War, oi by any
military olliccr of the United Stales holding !
tlie command of the. department, district, or !
place within which such seizure, search, ar- :
rest, or imprisonment was made, done, or
committed, or any acts were so done, or
■ omitted to he done, cither by the person or
olliccr to whom the order was addressed, or !
for whom it was intended, or by any other
person aiding or a-dating him therein, shall
i>e held, and arc hereby declared, to conic
1 within il»* purview' of the act, to which this
i is amendatory, and within the purview of/
the fourth, fifth, and sixth section- of the
i said act of March third, eighteen hundred
and sixty-three, for ail the purposes of de
fence, transfer, appeal, error, or limitation j
provided therein. But no such order -hall,
by force of this act, or the net to which this
is an amendment, he a defence, to any suit,
or action for any act done or omitted "to be
done afb r the passage of 111 i- * act.
»Sls<. ‘3. Ainth' if farther enacied , 'That
w hen the aid order i- in waiting, it shall he j
unicicnf, to prodiu-e in evidence the original,
with proof of it authenticity, or a certified!
copy of tlu same; or it *1)1 I.*y telegraph. |
the production of the Iclegrnin purporting to j
'emanate from such military olllcer shall he j
prima facie cvidencc of its authenticity; or if
the original ol su< hor telegram Joslorcan
, not he produced, scondary evidence thereof
hall he admissible, as in other cases.
hKf. Ik I /at hi it fart far enacted , That
the right <»| ivniow! fiotq the State court in
to tlie circuit court of the Pelted Htittus,
ju'ovidcd in the liflli sc(?tion of the aef to
which lhi' is amemhilory. mav he cxcrcif.ed
nfti ) the appearance of the defendant and
the /iling; of hi - plea or oilier defence in -aid
court, oi* any term of aid court subsequent
to the term w hen the appearance is entered,
and before a jury i empannclled to fry the
same; hut nothme herein contained shall be
held to abridge tjie. right of such removal
after final judgment in the State court, nor
hail jl la jwccAsuy in lj»c State court to
oiler oj* give surety’ h*; the Ijiing of cophy lit
the circuit (ourt ot ihe United SUtfs; but,
on die filing of tlu* petition, verified us pro
vided in said fifth action, the further pm
eeedings in ih< St ill o court shall ('(.'list-, anil
not be resumed until ;• eertiticatc under the
eal/J tin* circqi; court of the United States
staling that the )>etlthmer ims failed to file
; copies in the said circuit court, at the next
term i * produced.
Sl-.r L And he it farther enoehd. Thill and
the Slate court shall, notwithstanding tb<‘
]h ifonnance of all things nqiiirnd for |
ipe removal of the case to the circuit c»'urt
.•fd!< N«id. pmcecii further in said cause, or
proM-emioi'i 1m fore -nid eeriiiicate is produced,
then, in that case. : ,H such furl her pi'M-ii
dings shall he void and of none effect; mid
ill p.olic-. judge . oniei i-. and other per' ". .
Uiciu-cfoitii pnHwding fhereumler. «»» by
color I hereof, sJudl !»• liabK* in damages
tiiereior to th<* party aggrieved, to be re
coVci'c* 1 by (H lion in a court of llie Stale
having proper juii-diction, or in a circuit
court of H«c 1 nited State foi the district in
which sqch fiii-iimi proceedings may have
been hml. or v.lkd the party, olliccr. or
other p;-jvon. so ollVnding. shall he lolind ;
and ujK>n ;» recovery of »t.images in either
court, the ititr l y plaintiff shall lit* entitled h>
Sku. . \ ad. he it fa, tht r enacted. That it
hall be the duty of the clerk of the Slate
court h» furnish copie <»l the paper and
lijr in Rk car** to Die party -o petitioning
[ for the removal* and upon the refusal or ne- '
j glet't of the clerk to furnish such copies, the i
said party may docket the case in the circuit
court of the United States; and thereupon
said circuit court shall have jurisdiction
therein, and limy, upon proof of such refu
saj or neglect of the clerk of the Stale
court, and upon reasonable notice being
given lo the plaintiff, require liim t<> file a
declaration orpclition therein; and tqKm his
default may order a nonsuit, and dismiss the
case at the costs of the plaintiff, w hich dix
missal shall he a bar to any further suit
touching the matter in controversy.
Ari’RovKi), May 11, 1800.
An, Act to authorize the Coinaye of Firc-evot \
He it t uTtchd by tlu Mnafe and House if j
lupresentJiUns of the Vnited Sh/tisif A/nci ini
! in Congress axsonbted, That so soon as prac
ticable afjt*r the passige of this ad. there
shall Ik filled at the mint of the United
I Stales a live-coni piece composed of cupper
; and ni(*lsle, in su< li proportions, not exceeding
twenty - tiv u per centum of nicklo, as shall he
| determined hv the director of tlu lirint, the
I standard weight of which shall he seventy -
j seven am hundredths grain?:, with no
j greater devialiun than two grains to each
j peiee ; and the shape, mottoes and devices of
1 said coin shall he determined by the director
of the mini, with the approval of the Sene
taryof tlu Treasury; and the law now in
force relating to the, coinage of epnls, and
providing for the. purchase of material, and
prescribing the appropriate duties of the
Olbcersof the mint and the Secretary of the
Treasury, he, and the same are hereby, ex
tended to the coinage herein provided ior.
Sec. *3. Aral he it further enachd. That all
laws now in force relating to the coins of the
U nited Stalls, and the striking and coining
of thesam<. hall, so far as applicable, he «*\
| tended to the coinage herein authorized,
whether said law are penal or otherwise, for
the security of the coin, regulating and guar
! d4ng : tlic process of striking and l oining, for !
preventing dehaseincnt or counterb itin«•, or
rOi* any oflici jail]lose. And the director of
| the mint shall prescribe f uitablc regulations
} to insure a due conformity to the required
i weights and proper!ions nf allov in the said
' coin, and .'hall order trials thereof to he
made from time to time- by thcassayrr of the
I mint, w hereof a report shall he in w riting to
! tin* director
*Seo. o. Imt ht it fuif fa r enacted , That ;
: said cbin shall he a legal tender in any pay
1 Intent'to tlx* amount of one. dollar. And it ;
' shall !)c lawful to pay out such coins in < \ |
c hange lor the law fill cui rency of the United
States, (except cents, or half cents, or two
cent pirn's, issued under forme r acts of Gem
‘ gross,) in suitable sums, by Hie treasurer of
the mint, and by such othe r depositaries as
I lie Sec re tary oi the I’n asury, may ele signatc,
and under general regulations approved' by
the See tvh.ry of the Treasury And unde*i
I thclfke? regulations the* same may he <*\
j rhanged in suitable sums for any lawful
currency of the United Stales, and the ex
pe'tines incident to such (ixchange*. disfrihii
f lion, and tmnsinission may he? paid out ol j
I the? profits-of said e*e»inage ; and the? ucl pro I
! fits of .-;u.l coinage, as ascertained in the |
i manner prcMTHird in the e*e*und section of j
'he act entitled "An ucl relating to foreign'
coins and the coinage of cents at the mint of
the United Stales,” approved February
: twenty-bid. eighteen hundred and fifty
seven, shall he transferred to the treasury of
Ihe United States : Providnl , J'haf from and
’after the passage of this act no issues of
fractional notes of the United States shall
be of a less denomination than ten cents; and
! all such issues at that time?outstanding shall.
' when paid into tlie treasury or any designated
depository of the United Slates, or redeemed
or exchanged as now provided by law , be re
tained and cancelled.
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, Thai- il
any person or persons not. law fully author
ized shall knowingly make, issue, or pass,
or cause lo be made, issued, or passed, or
aid in the- making, issuing, or passing of any
coin, raid, token, or device whatsoever, in
: mental <>r its compound, intended to pass or
he passed as money for the* coin authorized
by this act, or for coin of equal value, such
person or persons shall h<* deemed guilty of
a mideineameir, and shall em convietion
thereof, be punished by a fine ne>t exceeding
one thousand dollars, and by imprisonment
. for a term not exceeding five years at the
eliscrction of the* court.
Sec. 5. Atal be if, further enacted, Thu! it
hall be lawful for the treasurer and the
-eve nil assistant treasurers of the United
State's f«» redeem in national curreney, under
ue h rules and regulations as may be pre
j scribed by the Secretary of the? Treasury, the
i uin herein authorized to lie issued, wla n
' pr< M idfet in stuns of not loss than one hun
dred de>l Jars.
Ai’l’Hoveo, May IG, IBGG.
Congressional Districts of Georgia,
1 t. Counties GliaJinim,Bryan, l.ilierty
Mclntosh, Wuynr, Glynn, Canulen, Clnui
ton, Ware, I’ienc, Appling, Tntnu), Hu I
lock. KtHnghain, Serivon, Knmniicl, Mont
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