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Tin 1 Daily Loyal Georgian.
AUGUSTA, JUKE ?. 1807,
OFFICIAL ORGAN V. 8. GOVERNMENT.
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BY THE LOTAI. GEORGIAN
,1. E. BRYANT - - - Editor.
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and Eil'is Streets, Augusta, Georgia.
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wishes us to do so, but we must ha\c it, as a
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The Crops.—'Ae Journal, jmbllfh*
dL at Dawson, da., st.'-ys that nearly as j
much corn as will be req uircil for home ;
consumption will Vic raise'l in Terrell,
Calhoun, Webster and Lee counties, ii
ilie seasons continue good. A nitwit
greater proportion of land than usual
has been devoted to this cereal. Cot
ton looks very promising, though much
of it had to be replanted.
The Cherokee Georgian, Dalton,
says the wheat crop is unusually fine,
but we are sorry to hear complaints of
rust in some quarters. We trust, i
however, a large yield will yet reward ;
the labors of the farmers of this desti
tute portion of the South. —Atlanta
New? and Other Items.
Tiik Mobile lliot.— Gen. Pope has
made a report on the disturbance at
Mobile, on the occasion of Judge Kel
ler’s speech. The report gives the
n .*H»ons which led the General to re
move' the Mayor and Chief of Police
from :md to remodel the Police
Departim.> Hie . Mavor s offence
consisted in ,-ot having been present
at tlie meeting, but Having she preset
ratio,ml orde/'to ** ( hl \' ! f ™ ,ce;
and this, although * Vwybody,f >' s
the General, 4,,preluded il dl * a ""
hanee.” The Chief of In ' lUcc WJ . lr !_'‘ c :
moved because he “cither sy ' nl l's' ,,lz< l
with the rioters, or was wh, v ln "
Gen. Ord has informed the Maj/ ,r
of Jackson, Miss., that it is liis diUy,
under existing orders, to enforce the
laws with reference to the collection of
taxes, as well as all'other laws which
are not in conflict with the orders of
the commanding General, and that if
he needs military ai<l he can obtain it
l>v calling on the commanding officer
Gen. Ord has directed the Arkansas
State Treasurer to pay no more money
for Ihe printing of the journal of the
rebel Legislature of that State.
The Commercial concedes that the
negro vote at the South ought to ne
cast for the Republican party, by which
•emancipation was effected. “AV hat
we object to,” it says, “is the eager
ness show n by Radical leaders to chea
pen suffrage and demoralize elections
iiv the immediate introduction of mas
ses of persons who, as Greeley’s Ap
peal admits, are‘ignorant of the means
by which suffrage is expressed.” The
• injection may lye valid.—lmt, is it not
latTci) too lute? Universal negro suff
rage is. a fixed fact. It was decreed
by the law of Congress. These mas
ses of persons, no matter how ignorant
they are, are to be “immediately in
troduced'’ into the conflict of parties.
That point has been decided and can
not be reversed. It follows as a natu
ral and inevitable consequence that
political parties will contend for their
votes by the usual agencies and employ
the usual means to secure them. r| lie
promise of confiscation is very clearly
to i,e one of the weapons used. All
tliis i< verv unpleasant, but we do not
-ee how it is to be avoided. — N. Y.
VUGUSTA, GA„ FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1867.
An Act concerning the Boundaries of t he
Btate of Nevada.
Be ii enacted by the Sciatic and House of
Representative* of/he UnitcdßUiiesof America
in Congress assembled, That, as provided for
and consented to in tlie constitution of the
State of Nevada, all that territory and tract
of land adjoining the present eastern boun
dary of the State of Nevada, and lying be
tween the thirty-seventh and forty-second
degrees of north latitude and west of the
longitude west of Washington, is hereby
added to and made a part of the State of Ne- \
Sec. 2. A..d in it fartho traded, That
there is hereby added to and made a part of
the Stutcof Nevada all that extent of terri
tory lying within the following boundaries, j
to wft: Commencing on the thirty-seventh |
degree of north latitue, at tlie thirty-seventh
degree of longitude west from Washington; !
and miming thence south on said degree of !
longitude to the middle of the river Colorado \
j of the West ; thence down the middle of |
said river to the eastern ItoumUry of tlie
.State of California; thence northwesterly I
j along said boundary of California to the ;
! thirty-seventh degree of north latitude; and ;
: thence east along said degree of latitude, to
i the point ofbegining: Provided, That- the
i territory mentioned in this section shall not >
I become a part of the State of Nevada until
.aid State shall, through its legislature, con- ,
! sent thereto : And procided further, "That nil i
j possessory riglits acquired i>,v citizens of the
United States to mining claims, discovered,
: located, and originally recorded in compli
j mice with the rules and regulations adopted
by miners in the Pab-ltanagat and other
mining districts in the TANARUS« rritorv incorpora
ted by the provision of this act into the State
of Nevada shall remain as valid sub
sisting mining claims; but nothing here
in contained siiall be so construed as granting
a title in fee to any mineral lands held by
possessory titles in tlie mining States and j
Approved, May 5, 186(1.
An Art to encourage Telegraphic. Ctnniuiihicn- ;
turn between t/u Uailctl States and the Island,
, f Cubti and. other lies’ India [slaiul* and
the Bahamas.. -
Whereas James 'A. Scry laser, Alfred Pell,
junior, Alexander Hamilton, junior, Oliver
K. King, Maturin L. Delalield, William F.
Smith, and James M. Digger, their asso
ciates. sucossors, and assigns, persons coin- ;
nosing the international Ocean Telegraph
Cob’omly, and incorporated company char- j
tcred hy'the Stale of New York, are de
sirous 'of establishing a line ol sulmitmtu:;
telegraphic, conmltuuealioii between tlie
foiled States of America and the West
India Islands and the Bahamas: Now, ,
therefore, in order to faciliatc the said cm- j
terprise— .. i
Beit enact,■ and by Ha tfcaou and House OJ :
li.-iirt.se ntatiees of tin United Mates of America
in. Congress assembled, That the said In
termitional Ocean Telegraph Company, in
eorporoted under the law sos the State of
New York, their successors and assigns, i
-jctl) have the sole privilege fora period of j
loorUKai year- from the approval of this act,
t„ lav construct, laud, maintain, and op- j
eratu telegraphic or magnetic lines or cables 1
ill and over tlto waters, reefs, islands, shores,
and lands, over which the United States,
have jurisdiction, from the -bores of tlie
State of Florida, in the said United States,
to the Island of Cuba and the Bahamas,
either or both, and other West India Islands.
Sec. 2. And be it. further enacted. That
tlie said International Ocean Tek-grupli
Company shall, at all times give the t tilled
j Stales the tree use of said cable or cables, to
! a telegraphic operator of its own selection,
, to transmit any messages to and from its
military, naval.' am! diplomatic or consular
agents; and the said company shall keep all
its lines open to the public for the transmis
sion for daffy publication of market- and
! commercial reports and iiitelligciirc, aruj all
i despatches and communications ;
! shall he lorwarded in tlie order in which they
-hail be received : and the said company shall
not lie permitted to efutrge and collect lor
messages transmitted through any of its
submarine cables more than the mb! ol three
dollars and liftv cents lor messages ot te.n
wools, subject' Howcr, to the power ol ( on
■’ix-s- to niter and detenjiinc sum rales
i dded. That till Slid International Ocean
Telegraph Compete, deni, yiihin (he period
■ of three vonr.-: front tlie passage ol tips act.
cause the said sni.marine telegraphic enitei or
(ultlos to he laid down, and tJiat the said ru
: ble or cables -hall hem sueessful operation lor ,
the transmission of nicmuuuu within the -aid
- period of live, years; otherwise, this grant to
he null and void. . ..
1 Sec, And be it. farther enacted, I hat
. Nmgiess shall have power, at any time, to
* or repeal the foregoing act.
y ri 'Ut»VKD, -Way 5. im.
I Act, to t ft- "' ltl l, "‘ d :t risdMimt of the Coari
' of Claim.
7- 7 hit Ll ' istnalc and Haas, of
" ‘ V ,r'r -* at'the t.'irilcd. Stotesof America
Ucpeesmtaitres a, the , , jf
»'4'dl lmve (it,
tern.Leu tie:' e’aim ot any y T 1 r
or of liis admini'Victors or executors, lo* J< -
Hes from responsibiiily on account ol >•*>**«
bv capture or otherwise, while in the mie of
uk duty, of government funds, vouchers, ic-,
cords, end paper- in Ins charge, mid tqi
vliieh sue li officer was and is hi Id n>ponM- .
He: Branded. 'That an appeal may be taken
t ( , the. Supreme. Court, as ill other cases.
NJ.-C :! Aadbt it farther enacted. i nat
whenever said court shall have ascertained
Hie facts of anv sucli loss to have been v\ itli
out fault or neglect on tlie part M any such
officer i' -halt make a decree, setting forth
the amount, thereof, upon which the proper
accounting officers of the treasury shall al
low- eh offiier the tanount so decreed a-
VITUOVED, Ma.V I*. taOO,
cil VRTER LXXV I.
i, \,a ■■ the Poirers af the* Ley
' "dam of the"f '-' dll "f WashCntflor. in tin
l District of Cal."add".
rtf.it. ate,ted ho the Se-at. a 1.0 1 loose of
Henresd ■ Oku ofti- ! 'Bud.soj America
iin •(’. nan ass,,abbd. Ttud 11.-1- y court of
the county of W'a -bing!on. in tie Ills!nek of
1 Columbia is hereby empower: and to declare
and locate as pnhll • highways me!, roads
'• ~,v : me! r.-ec - - u roai.s_ ill -aid
district .luring the retxdlion as said court
; may deem a«visible: ProclfUO. I «»ai ’ :i( ‘
(lsmwges which the owners of Hie land over
which"said roads pit.;- shall sustain i»y rcu-m
.if said roadslfeini;declared puhlh-hi”hwuys.
shall be aspcs-od us proived for in .‘•i:ction
three of the act of approval July
lirst. eighteen hundred and twelve, entitled
uAn act eonferrinir certain power.-* on the
levy court for the county of Washington, in :
the District, of Columbia,
ArrnovKD, May i), 180(5.
- I/. Art to incorporate the National Theological
B, it enacted hy the Senate and House of
liepresentatirt *of tin l ’ ailed Btales of A attrica
it, Covunss assembled, That Abram D. Gil
lette, Edgar 11. Cray, Edmund Turney,
Zahuan Richards, Robert J. Powell, William
TANARUS, Johnson, Henry Heard, Charles H. Morse,
Joseph C. Lewis. John S. Poler, David
Rees, D. W. Anderson, Daniel C. Eddy, 1
Leonard A. Grimes, Justice D. Fulton,
William R. Williams. Isaac Westeott. How
ard Malcolm. Joseph iI. Kemiard. Newton
Brown, T. Dwight -Miller, and all persons
who shall or may be associated with them,
and their suec<s-m-, are. hereby created and
declared a body corporate and politic, in
deed and in law, by the name of “The Na
tional Theological Institute,’’ and by that
ime shall have success ion and he (apablo.in
law to sue and be sued, plead and lie im
pleaded, answer and tie answered, defend and
H: defended, in all courts of law and equity
and elsewhere; to make and use a common
seal, and the same to alter or renew at plea
sure ; and generally to do and perform all
things relative to the object of this corpora
tion which is now and shall , tie lawful for
any individual or body politic or corporate
Sec. 2. And lit it farther enacted, That
the object and purpose of Ihi- corporation
shall Ik for the education of persons for
the Christian ministry, and those associated
with them us assist tints, in such course of
theological and general studies as may he
deemed proper for that purpose; and for
that purpose is hereby authorized to elector
appoint such- officer as may be deemed ne
cessary or proper for the. control ot its
affairs; to adopt suel'i regulations and by
laws for ils govennent as may he deemed
necessary, not inconsistent with the laws of
tlie United Stales in force in Hie .District of
Columbia, and to amend nr repeal them at
pleasure, to receive apd hold any lands,
tenements, enmities, moneys, goods, chattels,
or other property of every kind or nature,
which shall be given, granted, or bequeathed
to it, or be otherwise acquired, for the pur
pose of carry ini’, < ml Hie ob ject of this corpora
tion not exceeding fifty thousand dollars in
real estate at any one time; and the. same to
<•11 or dispose of in such maimer as may lie
desired for tlie purpose as aforesaid: Prod
ded, Thai any property so acquired, .fertile
proceeds thereof, or any money received as a
gift, shall not he used for any other than
such, educational purposes: Antt yrorided,
also, That no person shall he excluded from
the advantages of education afforded by the
institute on account of theological belief.
Sec. 1 -Inf? b- it J'arlhtr enacted. Thai
this act may lit any time lie altered, amended,
Arntovw), May 111, IHGIi.
t’.J (AFTER I,XXX.
An Act- to a.mad. -ci Act entitled ‘’An Ad re
la (in,g to Habeas Corpus, mat reyitUd.ini/\
.litdieitd J ’forcedings ia certain Cases," ap-
J,raced Hard, thirtl, eighteen, hundred and
Jit a err-rtci! hy the Bc.natt and Haust of
i 11, p-res, ula’i >'(S of the U nit,’! Stairs of . Imt riea
iin Congress assembled:, That any search,
seizure.'arrest, or imprisonment made, or
any arts done or omitted to he done during
the said rebellion, by any officer or person,
under and by virtue of any order, v. ii t ten or
verbal, general or special, issued by the
President or Secretary of War, or by any
military officer of the. United Stalin holding
the 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
j omitted to lie done, either by tin’ person or
, officer to whom the order was addressed, or
| lor whom it was intended, or hy any other
person aiding or assisting him therein, shall
be held, and are hereby declared, to come
within the purview of the act to which this
is amendatory, and within the purview of
the fourth, iiflh, and sixth sections of tlie
saicl act ot March third, eighteen hundred
and sixty-three, for all the purposes of de
fence, transfer, appeal, error, ox - limitation
provided therein. But no such order shall,
by force of this act, or the act to which this
is an iinuaidYnent, be a defence to any suit
or action for any act done or omitted to be
done after the passage of tiiis act.
Sec. 2. And in. it further eiutc.le.il, That
when -the ciid order is in writing, it shall he
-uffic.ient hi produce in evidence the original,
with proof ol il- authenticity, or a certitied
copy of the same; oi it sent by telegraph,
the'production of the telegram purporting to
emanate from such military officer shall tie
prim;' facie evidence of ils authenticity ; or if
the original of such or telegram is lost or can
not tie produced, scondary evidence thereof
■hall lie admissible, as in oilier eases.
Kur. U. And be it farthtr enacted, That
Hit; ,jgjit of removal from the Slate court in
to the circuit court of the United Slales,
provided in He: fifth seel ion of the act to
which this i. imondafory. mavhe exercised
after the appearance of the defendant and
Hie filing of his plea or other defence in said
court, or imj iermof .-aid court sub-equenl
to the tenn when the uppearanee is entered,
and before a jury is empaimellwl t>> try the
same; but nothing herein contained shall hr
la id to abridge the right of sucli removal
after filial judgment in the Stale court, nor
shall it lie necessary in the Stale court to
offer or give surely'tor the filing of copies in
the circuit court of! the United Stale,;; hut,
on tlx filing of Hie petition, verified as pro
vided in said fifth section, Hu: further pro
ceedings in the State court shall eeaw, and
not be resumed until a certificate under the
M -d of the circuit court of tlie United (Mates,
stating that the petitioner has failed to file
(opiefin the said circuit court, at the next
Si-.r. 4. And he it. farther tetacieo. Dial H
the State court slialt, notwithstanding the
louiiKiifi ol all tilings reiptind for
th<’removal of the case to the circuit court
aforc-siid, proceed further in said cause or
proseciitioji Ik fore said certificate is prodiu ed,
!]„ i, h: that < a -a. all such further pr0ccc
,1,,,.. -bail to- void, and of none effect; and
parties, judtojs, officers, and other pel sons,
iiii'tieeLorlh proc.eiUng ti.e.nnnder, or hy
ol n thereof, shall bo liable in damages
tberi'foi to the parly aggrieved, to be re
, a. dby action in u i mut of tlie .State
liavin.’ troper ittrhilktion. «rin a circuit
court of the United States for the district in
which such further proceedings may have
been hart, »r wher. the party, officer, or
oilier person.-o i/ffimding. shall lie found;
and ution a recovery of damages in ' ithcr
camrl. the iKirt v plaintiff -Imil lie entitled to
. double costs.
Sr.l . a And be.it farther enacted. That it
-ball betheduiv of flic ' lerk of the State
i„urt I" furnish copies of tfie impers and
jil,- ill Ihe ease h> the pally to i»etitioning
for the removal; and upon the refusal or ne
glect of the clerk to furnish such copies, the
said party may docket tlie ease in tlie circuit,
court of the United States; and thereupon
said circuit court shall have, jurisdiction
therein, and may, upon proof of sucli refu
sal or neglect of the clerk of the State
eonrt. and upon reasonable notice being
given to the ■plaintiff, require him to file a
declaration or petition therein; and upon his
default may order a nonsuit, and dismiss the
case at the costs of the plaintiff, which dis
missal shall be a bar to any further suit
touching the matter in controversy.
Approved, May 11,18(i0.
An Art to authorize the Coinage of Fin-tint
lit it 7 Meted by the denote and House of
Ilcpresciitatitcs of the United Bhttisof Amt rie'a
in Congress assembled, That so soon as prac
ticable after the passage of this act. there
shall lie coined at Ihednint of the United
States a five-rent piece composed of copper
and niekle.in such proportions, not exceeding
twenty-five per centum of niekle, as shall lie.
determined hy the director of the mint, the
standard weight of which shall be seventy
seven and sixteen hundredths grains, with no
greater deviation than two grains to each
price; and tlie shape, mottoes and devices of
slid coin shall lie determined by t-hc director
of tlie mint, with the approval 'of the Secre
tary of the Treasury; and the laws now in
force relating to the coinage of cents, and
providing for the purchase Os material, and
prescribing the appropriate duties of the
officers of the mint and the Secretary of the
Treasury, be, and the same are hereby, ex
tended to tlie coinage herein provided for.
Sec. 2. And. be it further enacted, Thai all
laws now in force relating to the coins of the
United States, and the striking and coining
of the same, shall, so far as applicable, he ex
tended to the coinage herein authorized,
whether said laws are penal or otherwise, for
the security of the coin, regulating and guar
ding tlie proctfss of striking and coining, for
preventing debasement or counterfeiting, oi
for any oilier purpose. And Ihe director of
the mint shall prescribe suitable regulations
to insure a due conformity to tlie required
weights and proportions of alloy in the said
coin, and shall order trials thereof to tie
made from time to time by the assayed of the
mint, whereof a report shall lie in writing to
Sue. it. And be it. ftiilher marled, That
said coin shall lie a legal lender in any pay
ment to tin: amount of one dollar. Aud it,
shall be lawful to pay out sucli coins in ex
change for t tic lawful currency of the United
■Slates, (except cents, or half cents, or two
cent pieces, issueil under former acts of Con
gress,) in suitable sums, by tlie treasurer of
iho mint, and by sucli other depositaries as
the Secretary of Hie Treasury, may designate,
and under general regulations approved hy
the Secretary of the Treasury. And under
the. like regulations tlie same may he ex
changed in suitable sums for any lawful
currency ol tiie United Stalls, and the ex
pen,si s Incident to such exchange, distribu
tion, and transmission may be paid out, of
the profit* of said coinage;’ and tlie net pro
lils of said, coinage, ns ascertained in lire
inntUKT prescribed in flic second section 'of
the act entitled “An net relating to foreign
coins and the coinage of cents at the mint of
Ihe United States,” approved February
Uvenly-flrsL eighteen hundred and fifty
seven, shall he transferred to the treasury of
Hie United States: Prodded, That front and
after the passage of tliis act no issues of
fractional notes of the United Stales shall
lie of a less denomination Hum ten cents; and
all sucli issues at that time outstanding siiall
when paid into llielrensury or any designated
depository of the United Stales, or redeemed
or exchanged as now provided.by law, he re
tained and cancelled.
Sec. 4. And, be it further enacted, That, if
any person or persons not. lawfully author
ized siiall knowingly make, issue, or pass,
7>r cause to tie made, issued, or passed, or
aid in Ihe making, issuing, or passing of any
coin, card, token, or device whatsoever, in
mental or its compound, intended to passer
he passed as money for the coin authorized
by this act, or for coin of equal v alue, sucli
person or persons siiall lie deemed guilty of
! a misdemeanor, and 'shall on conviction
thereof, he punished by a line not exceeding
one thousand dollars, and hy imprisonmsnt
Lira term not exceeding five years at tin
discretion of tlie court.
Sec. 5. And be Ufticlhtr enacted, Thai it
siiall lie lawful for the treasurer anil the
several assistant treasurers of Hie United
Slates to redeem in national currency, under
such rules and regulations a.- may' he pre
mTilled hy the Secretary of Hie Treasury, the
coin herein authorized to be issued, when
presented in sums of not less than one hun
ArnuivED, May 16, 1806.
—— - * ♦
Congressional Districts of Georgia.
Ist. Counties- Chatham, Bryan, Liberty
Mclntosh, Wayne, Glynn, Camden, Chari
ton. Ware, Pierce, Appling, Tatnal. Bui
lock. Effingham, Scriven, Emanuel, Mont
gomery, Telfair, Coflee, Clinch,- Echols,
Lowmles. Berrien, Irvin, Laurens, Johnson,
Brooks, Colquit. and Thomas. Twenty
2d. Counties—Decatur, Earley, Miller,
Baker. Mitchell, Worth, Dooly, Wilcox,
Pulaski, Houston, Macon, Marion, Chatta
hoochee, Sumter, Webster, Stewart. Quit
man. Clay, Calhoun, Randolph, Terrell,
Lee, and Dougherty. Twenty-three coun
iid. Counties— Muscogee, Schley, Tay
lor, Talbot, Harris, Troup. Merrivveather,
Heard, Coweta, Favette, Clayton, Carroll,
Campbell, Haralson, and Paulding. Fif
4th. Counties-- Upson, Pike. Spalding,
Henry, Newton, Butts, Monroe, Crawford,
Bililu Twiggs, Wilkinson, Baldwin, Jones,
Jasper, and Putnam. Fifteen counties.
sth. Counties—Washington, Jefferson,
Richmond, Glascock, Hancock, Warren,
Columbia, Lincoln, Wilkes, Taliferro,
Greene, Morgan, Oglethorpe, and Elbert.
Oth. Counties—Milton, Garnnett, Wal-
I ton, Clark, Jackson. Madison, Hart, Frank
lin Banks, Hall, Forsyth, Pickens, Dawson.
I Hart Franklin, Banks. Hall, Dawson,
Lumpkin, White, Habersham, Ralam,
Towns, and Gilmer. Twen
7th. Counties DcKalb. Fulton, Cobb,
Polk Flovd, Bartow, Cherokee, Gordon,
Chattooga; Walker. Whitfield, Murry.
Catoosa, and Dad-. Fourteen counties
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