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   Reedsburg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 6, 1872, Reedsburg, Wisconsin                               iwiato and HtpninuUTu: 'Ifc traManiittttiir to joil tny (ottrtb Rnn'tul Ills wliS ti> llic (Hvur or nil that, un uttlon, wo boon (r pocEd ('which If redaction of aiore titan fix cent a pound from tbe avengt rate for the caj years) will reach newly, if noXquUft, the realised for either of aune The Commissioner has teen nothing fo far which him k> the and complete of the within the to it Is J j N. v. CHANDLER, Publisher. yt'tir I'lirllt-r, tho cUtztntt of ._..--- -.____ lou nillytnj; umh-r tJiulr and Devoted to the Interests of the Upper Baraboo 'Valley. per Annum, in Advance. mooopolT of i (aclured tobicoo All tobacco to proper affixed. Indicating of taT, it is removctl from the place where It L> maclc. except that which is intended for and actni fore maclc. except that which is intended for and iilly bonded for export to aforcl-n couatrr be- the macufaetorT. This It ftcld Nncuit provider Tor from mannfactaivr fiil- unco win vvtrt'otric nil otuttut'lvH, nnd nl.uw i tbo miiuo thai they wtmlt. i hud no (Master (hem. i- free from peotiii.'i.ru, VOL. II. EEEDSBUEG, WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1872. NO. 38. which often ovortiiit ay ia thcc fay boiid.- ind wpi-rs hi lii-i O'-VD Jijtrict. It j tor tLe of the t-ts on nU i anv powou who to fspon, pKlnir kiai uu aalowance of drawback for the paid, a not aHowcd andcr the bavins in thi'ir tsi- mid, as fur kmtniiu jtitlifttu-rit run eonsLnnl nml nU'iuly friend of the United future, ao tnu-o "lo I (.l.riiiuny, with wliocy Oovunimvut Ut to tliruxttti our pi-aco. When peoplo wo Ituvt: uritiiiiny of frlunu- t'oncri'iiM uiildurnod. In JUNK n i mniiy rn.union nyiriputinuti, nnd hud iifcri ntUwl hy ltrttu.tt, HIH! J ihonlhiT uf huropo. our relftlloiM iin: then (ictiilliiK. whlcll n Iin- I on Uu- numl fnviuUy Itjinn. 7'wllrd HIM bv fnt-udly wy nnmml imM-ncu nf ltiutillfcreriri-0 if hutwrcti tins (nmlu tllt> nutflaitlmi of it treaty Uovcrmm-nr mitt tlm. ol lift AUdlro-KuiiKLiry limplrc, r-lmhir tn-iilv uf tVii-Jiltitfto'i imti U> nii.iir.itlKit'.oii; u. ft; With trie n to tlio Trthtionl of ArMlrntlnu Cicnimti Ktnolrc-, Cniibulri iinO i tut-e at Ocnuvti, lu SwlUerlrtml. i nvUi-iii.irJ.itj nbo of a trutuy with Inward lii-wfVHr, uT ihu :h hud jcop'irriizuil thu whole j 11f; f ami .l.rvalnm'O lo .tivu.vi- In it .mil; nur WJit 1 'Cti wirtj the viow- MX- L't'lky wtilcli t ditirtlDtMltfii. Tli-- eon vi ncil ui Ui 11'tntlvu lo nnturiiUziiiion; nil i trcaik's huvij di.ly pruchilcncd. til UH nuvlntj mtul" an to Uufruy tin. t'f C'nMiinU.O.iftfTit on I hi; of jiUiU-rt to tliu and Stutlnilritl in (hut t'lii and the icrrr to tlictr aUL-ncJuct tlio promoted when tbo'revUloii o( the exlsllng trouty abatl bo underLakeo. In Lhlrf connection 1 ritnew my rocointnon- dntlon of one ycnr ujfo Lhut to import- unco and Lo add to Inn ctllutuncy ot pionmllc ntiil Olitrm, to further aid in nmlnU.piug t ho good ilon of these peoplu, iocuru to the 'U Staten Its ahnroof the commerce dea- npinh LTnIlf -l lu Uow buuveen auO bnlnncc o( ttit; .coinnturciul worM, an up- proprtntlon be mtido to sujjport luustfour Amuricun youtlm In onuh of tbeeu conutrius, to aorvo im a of lliu cillchii of our Mlnlrttcra tlicrw. Our roprutifjiitfttivott would nut even Lluiii be plucutl upon uqualily wltli tUc r B of Grunt Britain or u otliur powers. As now our r up rue tin tat Wus ta Japan Hi.d Ch.ua lo cipal mnlntumoE. lake, at each of the prin- port and river Ten Rddltionul elationa. .have been In thu United States, and have itccn far cx- cbaage ot report! with Canada, naA--u. alnii- lnr of obaervut.bni ie couteni- pJattd with '.thcWcat India JsUndi. The fiivorcible attention of vHort to the folloM-Sng rcconimemUtlona of the SecrtitaTy-of 'War A discontinuance of ot rnle, or Improved'facilities for postal In- tercourse. spectfully invited, to the rccotnmcn-  v'it! bui'ti tieid Knstcrn it award of Trlhnnul, and thu Klvvv t-y Ihu Arhltrntorx. N trtu.fHitUtvtJ hori.-w.th. I hnvo lo hi- niutilili.-uti-U tu llio ut tim thri powi-rp -wlm cottiptl'-ft with Ihu joint Hindu to Ihuui uit'Jrr tin; In.-i.- if, of ihU Oovi'muii-nt fur Uu- ApfolnlfM-iit Of ArMir_itorH Hindi) Ijy them I 'y. and ult-o nty to thy i-tn il thu. InvcnlurH unit rnun- ufucttircrtv will rundy to uvivl! tliuntnolvcH of Lhw opportunity fop lliu at their U by proper utd mid protection. At tliu we Ion of unthnrUr wnit tclven forp tlic polnitiicnt of nor; or mure to rcpru- "t-nt UiU Ooviiriitiient nt thu KxppfHtoii. iiuthurlly thtirt nlven been which Hint of'churxvl thulr nrdn fairnt KrioDugfti uumeU hy and ray hut In ihu ntwncu of any appropriation of thu (ilKiiUy. pulUnu.1, thi-m danirnr that the Importunl rjenutUH .UH'ivvUuH-y ttntt with whlth Ihu KsposUluii will, lit u ...I....L lo oills-cnH of tho L'nltud I cuiniiKMitl ihu iniljji'ut HlrcniLjly to your corittUlvri.lloN, nnd tliut nn udcquat'! lor thu jmr- pocy. To furl lief tvld thu Anierlunn exhlljlt- urn nt Hit! Victim. KxpoeUlon, I would ret'- Turrltoriys which the Oupurln.GUt of SUU: IH now churned by U.w or by custom. from the huglnnlBi; Hie (.JOT- L-rniNiMii, hurt wisely ttuuttj provit-icm for the ntl.uf or dlatruHst.il suiunun In foreign eouti- triL-n. No Hliulhir provlalon, however, has hUhi.rto been made for tho relict of ultlzena in tllaVrota aUrond oihur tbnn KCtimcn. It ie titidvraluud to bo with o Liter (iuverii'iuutitri to Concilia toortt'nd such to Uiu.r or .bubjiictain cyr'.iiln ctisus. A slmlliir tiuthorlly und iiu iipproprhitloii to carry IL Ir.lo t-fecl uru rue- omuitniltd iocusua of cULzuniiul lliu UnUuc. oralek, tiiidufduch elrunm- fitiincet. It t.-i well known that cuch elti- reaort to foreign countries in nuinbura Lhouiih most ot tUtinnro able to bear the expenses incident to loeoninlion, Ihei'O hru .soum who, .hruiigh aceldent or olhurwlne, btsuuino have uo friendrt ut ho me uhlu lu aucc.or them. Hont) lu thin eltuatlou niit.-tt cue. upon tho charity of or be rtUevtd lit llio private of our olllccra. who usually, tit bn by JU-r of niiu IntlttfiUlK-ibti- Itidtislry illujibiml liy Mr. uriiitrulor iiiiitiL'il on tlie yurt of (tovonniHinl, thi- pro- iritcttjtl und ol tbp'I'ri- liunul. I unity wltU Ui.r Her j I ci'iniiiuiid Ihu Htrontily to j even with the nitMt bonuTolent nieml. In addition to an appropriation ot m-y, tliut tho Si'crutnry nf thu Navy he to III Up two lltWt.1 VuhHuld t tuivu notli Ing to fur pnrpotiL'rt. Should the tiuthor.ty and "ion naked lor be care the uuutomlcal suction of tho urmy medi- cal Llio turo mueeum; amount for Of breech-1 ntuHitg reapproprhitioii of ho mnnufac- uruis, eliMuid the Etilectio.1 be so delayed by thw bottrd of otUcerf as to leave the former ut thu Lhe eitle of aueh of tbu Osculyeur; the frlppl m cun be Bpnred, nail t.io'p.oeeetlri ap- pliu-il to the frfttihllHtimunt of ur- tml ot eonetriictloii and rupnir iipun the Atlantic const, und the of u .-snit- uhle file fora proving and expurimcntal Xround for lionvy ordimncu; tho ithrojrittion 1-AWrt which inventors Vii th United SiateB !rom deriving 'any beifc etit Jrom their tnventiona; Lite renbal ut .the law prohibiting promotions tho coips; u eouiliiLiilnci! of 'the work upon Iho: coast dcfuuKea; the rtp'tml1 of thic ftcvcnlh of -the -net 'of ISWt, tiiklns from entrinecr soUUcra this pur diora grunted to other u lim- itation of U.eV.mu for prusentntlon or nliilma for subslatuiiee eupplluri under the net, ol July 4, IdtW, ftiid n modiitcii'-lon hi tlu; mode or Ihu eelcc'tloii of eudetafor the Military Acnd- iy, In order to eulmtico the of the country thai I commend it lo the ttention uf Cou-rrosc. The probable this subject, could rcceivy aulucL hourly la j aioner of Indian Affairs: GB of nmis- proper uoiigiduraLion durini; tlie limits of a The whole.of the patent cllleo tuildinp; will sbor.t session of Congress, but it may by In- soon bo needed, if It Is not already, for the iilatcd Botlintfurthcr tkctiun may be fair to-; no com lion of the business ot thu Patent the Government and tc priviito iiartlcs-'con-'; Ofllce. Taeroftrebnt threo lines of ocean I -Thi. amount link, for pensions In tho Itat: Bleamcrs nninely, tbo'Vaclllc Mull ttuniiiHlilp ilacul year vvus an amount Company, between Sun FrttncLsco, Clilim nnd a'J Jap iin, with provision inadu for semi-month- ly nurvlcft ufter. Oulobcr 1, Mm United iSLiitcn and liutl, nnd the New Zealand and AriB'trnllan line, montlily, plying httiveen the United Stiitcs mm loreiyn ports, iind owned und operated under our this. 1 eurnesily recom- mend that Biieh con tracts for curry- ing Ihe ini-jlsi be au'uhorixed lines Insuru their conliunancc. If the txpy-littHey ol cxl.oiiLln.y lliii nid of 'Jie lo liiiod of pteiitners which hitherto have nor, received it should he deumud worthy of the eouslderatiou of. pqlitieul ;aad commercial objects make jt advlsciblo to be- stow.Biieh nul on n our Mug; be-. tweeu PanomsiVntl the western South Auieri- ports, l.y tins menca nuiuli trade, now Ui verted 10 olncr countries, inigli. bu brought the iieudomy, wMch Is inipuired by of i lo tlio United States, to the mur.u.i! .ulvnutugu the Urpo amonnl of time ncecttsivrily ex-1 of tlile cptfutry und those thatrmnrtcr will bu takuii to carry tho ticnelicunua of petuled in giving the new cndula a tlioroujrh ot of Culm-runs Into utluct, that It not he un- knovleUgu of tho more bmncbus I tho SccrtLary or the Thu-rcporL ,of or unworthily bcftlowea; i wbVoh uViiy b-Tforti! nuya received and eurrled Into tlto entering nUo an approprluticn i for the last ten or tsvelvt- yem-e, or even for umvnK I rt ts purllculnrlv dc.Mi-flhle that thuno WIK, nru entitled to It cf tlirlr be left undonu hy the Hovorninent of of (lit- r.rtnvy t.i pal, Al-; Ui-puhllc tci Uiulr as and frleudn. It U much lobe tiwitrdcd in urn imulu. Tt Utmrd ul tin- .mil of thu Treaty of U'licli- j wiileh lliu rcspef'-'tvy eluiinn of tho L'uUcd uo loni; hui-u Involved hfis, In notne   0( the Wiietem Stntec, which u-111 Conere- sorw on the nour they arn lo- alto cntctl, the men report Inq for a living tohnrkft-mak- j 0{ roim iiij; an'1. the women to for.nniMfU- Kxivrk-t IliR, etc. Thorwctvattou ttyctcmafl'onJc for nm-cn.v, tliufl dMlliu; with the witliu-it ac- pit-cVoti, of In flu en cos Inimical to pciu-c nnd I vii'w of Tt is orJy necewary that F.-dflrnl l.ivvs lw Itaukor'. ThU Lix each year, and is thj e tax oa corpo- a uf thi1 plan of rcdiwfion ncder the hint The n-viuctio m.iko Inro- It not an ua t-r plan to iictuT. and mtor to ytt OUL mi .-ttiniHso." ilonht anil 1.1 tlio qrrat arid !0v r a nf tte jndlcionRly formed lo raoft nil tliy ft the t jni; "Tho ami Wcr.ri'T crtBe. and lit sc.ifon, l.cforo which .lat.- u! to Bcnttcr. diall pinrc alt nicmbors of :hi? race iindur strict rcformmory cor.trol by iicente of tho fiovummuni. that, the of tbu goverurnont to kocp the Indiana npoii all untifr bonds'; the fac: thatcothfog left for Ibi! to tlo JjMit caanot done cUhiT hy the op :ht- office, anil s- that (i of from iLOOvXiW to _w? the rescrvntionn iisalRTicil to ihem anil 10 arrost t uuunmof '.n thin Km1, return tlioin Wiiinli'i' au-uv j vouIU he I'ftVcted under tho of June Sac! can fthould be plRced bcvond -aft-lv be anticipated. 1 h.ivo hn-1 thu 1 have purposely cllvet-tod the.io reinarViioi ouLliims nf Isw uliich will jrivo to tb- Is commonly kuown ;HI and havo j will bo to friiineiSIrnin appeullug to higher consideniuonsof of ImmfiHitarian cbarUy, not becatis-e 1 have not tho Soniiti.' iinnn'illsiflv Kpun tht-ir in concidurHfions ecnti- if" it is thejadgm Tlio Indian policy la eenel- ItrccliicOdtho minimum nnd ItrcdiicOdtho minimum ni'V.cr too rtnn for popular n'vcnuw of IJvpartm.-n. loua of llffl and. properly upou our Then.. nothinp lluir the CtaYormnoni iloniK to- i for the WAT t-ndoil ,lnne ISSTi. Incld-iinj; fiontler. and rtllows tbe ircwt dcvul- j xvard tho ran bo vindicated ou the. rovontio wrv oconomy .S7. and the pl Valley wltli Allttntltt lit O., and Sftvaunah, Ga., by "'liter, by tlic way of .lie Ohio nnd Tennessee rivers ami uantilB, nnd sluck-wntur to thu. Siivunnah mill Ocmulyco Rivers litis been nnd u report niiutu by on officer of the routes will be proposed Tor tlie contiidcra- UQJ] of by an extension of the Ktuuvwl-.tvaiul Rivftr to tlic Ohio, niul by the extunaiun or the C nnd Ohio Cunnl. I aiy uot pruparcd to rueoinincud Govemnitnt aid to or subject into sovions eonsluerution. Dutmlud Btntonunts ol' the through of jusLiuu will be furnltliud by the report .lie erul, nntl tbough these htvvc been eomnwlint bj tbo rcceiit acts of to enforce of of the "United to vute in the several Si.at.es of the and lo (jn force tbu provisions of cnth umt'.iulnient to the Consllt-ution itl itntl the nrnundni'jnts fonrte ot ibu V therc-to, T ciitinut ('UeSLion tho necessity und salutary eil'uet Icsa and lii enactincii.8. Jiuck- incn, I regret to Biiy, ht.vt other cntcrprlsos mull it le- clearly ehown uaepcitiLud thuinsclvcs logiiihcr ixi some lo- yetir, U-i.ving cltiitnti puiullng ut. ttii.1 (hitu. Thununibur of pcnsionr, o! all elnetteB gi-iiiitcd during thu.hist lij-enl year was bl'S. period there dropped from Lhu Cor. vitrloua cani-ert SH4 uuinos, liii_r n. grand total, of pensions on the rolls nil tbu'SOtl) of It ia thought. Lhut the for pniieioiis ou account, ul the war of iSl'J will nil be disposed of by tho May, H is cBtlinutcd that will bu reri inred for the ]iension eur- vice dur'.ut; the next fiscal year. Tbe niniu CCDRUS s a completed.. Its completion ie n subject of congratulation, intiauiuch aa Lhu to ba niaO-t; uC the atft- tUticsllioruin contiiinecl ucpciinia very greatly on tlio protniiLiUido of publication. The that thty are not only of national interost, lulinituil llfdt mlvuncod, und us hiloreet Uuu it ml unpaid nntl thu htturefit De- emed to diitu due, uud deducts the cash hi tho Treasury, on the tiny of pub- llcutluii tlio reduction was nutl rnruiRjrera enqngctl In- their con- structlou. In ntUllElon to thedc, a pro- Lhu total, fj-l. Tli if atiiicmont trufttn solely of tlie principal uf llio public debt. My .he monthly of thu pubHc Jfil. iirmSd which HUdi lha MTbeen wonid tend to ...I for nutny years, wHl no doubt be culled to your n.tuuUon Lbls siiHflion. Look- ing to thu ftiiuru of the country p.ud the Enci'eaftlng duuinnds of r.ovnmorco. It ncli coinbinntions. tiuns. have been: ma'iic'to 1110 to 'pinion persons convicted of ft vtolntloit-or said ;n InR of n ship car.iii urouiul Niagara on upon Lhe ground thut clemency hi bn Applirtii- thfit centviry. Tho, rnpirity interest In educa- tion la ft most feature Iii. tho current history of the country, and. it is no thu public, mind, ntHt to lest tbe viittie o( that policy Turn clls- poeod, us fur tig my sense ot'jnstii-u will per- mit, -O give to Uu'su [ipplicatioiis u fnvortiblo eonaldumlion, but not (l und ii-uviMiiiT tlic ii'rnt lime in strife. A torrllilo wronj? la the upon nny puoplu will ho practicable (or the herewith accomimnyiDg1; crp.a.nH fully the irv oV t in I'lVitMl Mtiiti'iiiirttt imUo i of u tcrrlMa evil. Tht! prudent. At till events, us a mutuitiru of jus- condition of thtrt of tbo public scr- wlihoiiL u uiiMili.n ilf it.'tl hotii ftl'oMllnti of and tho liiirothicfelon of ucl, LO Ihe bolUcro of the vice, wants and duaulunclca.. expenses in- ur rmiu j   StatCM. o-tchisivn of those In Ahtskn, niniibijr, ap. j of ti.HT per com., iml tht. ir.creatc ol proxhnatcly, ponriitnrc- '-iS. TUttT may In; divided acconUair lo tlwlr cvo- ar.cl Inc. i.f i-xpfadUun-s TV.e graphical lorjiilou, or raiisc. Into llvo uivi- in rcveuin. for the vi-ar .s'VJ lc-70 -7' jK-r ctnl-, nf expendUuiYf for 1ST4 over 1S70 WAS 3.4.ts. or 14.17 cunt. The Incrvafo in ruv-xac for HTi1. compared with 'S71. "waf thsm llic _____, ____ .increase for lari, coinparwi with ty ColorBdn, Xew Mexico, Ttah. nnd Arizor.H. ami tlio of oxpcr.'Uliire1 I1 follows States of ilic riviir, ftbnnt SVXW: In Nclirauka. nnd the Indian Territory. in the Territories of DakoU, Montana.." and Innho, iti Nevaila ami ilu 'IVrritorif willi Huln-hniit I for rompn ________ In respect rn tiirci? lines of rnlli-oiuln-hniit I for rompn or projcTted he; wi't'ii the States ilie Pivriflc U. iu Ocenn.viK., t !i a "Northern, Cent Kil. awrl SomlyL-rn partment b j, with by f u -.lie orii.t'My tb.o. uc.- cenn.viK., t !i a "Northern, Cent Kil. awrl SomlyL-rn partment be crci'.lffil with appn-rriaTOrt utes, they may lie re- f.ir the trsiifporiatioii of ffiv matter, aii-l the fldlne casr. of Minui'sotn imii of the rh-i-r, drawn an-.i fur Smith Pakotn, UP follows: n.-tween -he pro- j line-. iL will appear tbst Xortlierti route and the provided out or ih-- for about aO.CCB; between ;h, Nonlicrn and tVntml it- between I ho .-inri tne poned Southern routes, lil.tPO; nnd hot ween Southern routes, mid bouvecn tins Sontheni route nnd Moxicu. ft of Oiftlr mcniiH nf support n of awlisli'innce, thoy may he divided j who enpjjort upon thi'ir own from !hu COVITQ- meut, exempt Interest or, their own or an- nwlties pn.r.ieii hi of the rcn- cion of '-heir land? to ?hn I'nitcd Stale--, r.unihor about thooc who arc nmireiy hy th.! tlov.rnitient. about those in part niib- nhon. 135.000; iho-ic who hy ami flphina. upon mils, etc., or by hegijiii.; and 000. They may he divided neahi, with respect to -their coniu-cUon with the Government, ni? There uhont 1W.OCX1 who may ?aW to r nccompnn-vHi Mf.- fonh the di-L-u ihu Dvjitirtment: Thu Tli "ruvu! 10 jtvr lnrt 6ti for .EC! j t ii n thi-ir luid lire I.e.ivlti? rt dedcleitrrnf................ The do r.ot Jnclttd'i tiie owirj Tpcdii1. approjirlalloni la the nature of S complete rontrnl of Gov- onunciU; S'fi.i'-osT at t.infts vbi: tl.cir tltor for food or for or for hoth, lint, ftrc mcruKy roamluc on or off '.V.eiv rt'Mrw gem. .-_ who never vJ.it (in iifjonoT. ami over wbi OovcrntntMit yet ftsorcl.wp prrtrtlonl" m thai. ri-'Mrw for-uvoUl lor te in nuntiiJ..' or flslilns: nnd 05.0M j unocr 'j of tho i Um 110 con- trol, tjiU inoui of wfa'dHT-fre and com- mit no nets of hostility utrtUnst the OovcrnrnMit. It mny nn Hiiid tuat of thctW-OfM Indians of ihe ronntry about have M-ith the Government: have no troaiic.i with Uic UnItL'.l Tjut hnve rwervntlone ajmrt executive order or otherwise, for ihr.retcciUH.aey, nnd aro in charge fluents nppolntod by the Itoveninicnt; hnrt! no roeervntioue. hut fire more or under tin' conirol nf lor them, nad receive or leeu .w-ictuucc from OovfrnnitfiSt, tlu; remainder cor.pi.-tins; of tin- i eri June I, 1S72. fmni Octo- ber I. li73, to June 30. For mail service between ihe United Stai.-.- nnd For iikcstirvicc he'wet'n KIHQ- cii-cu.ii.il the ULinda W Of the deficiency apiir-iyTiiled the vcar isl'J. there war uncx.tftul- (he SUDI W Of the amount appropriated for th. ere. Th disappear, cither he first month o _u __________________ f hofit.iiit.iea wonlil wu tlfty viiUc.Vfj, up to which yopulHlior. Ja now nhnvly but sicadilr creeping under cover of the .-feeding STB- turn, rtwuvt hurc by triohon-HjlGftn-ocUittaof an 111- dian.wtir, orfluwcrtcd by their affrfjfhtsd tfttils, hastily driving buforo them what nf their -----L bejiathcrcd tuRetber at monien rio.fK-O ftlmidy Civlc-i di-Kriliwl. over whom __mnun. for the year the Government exerclHef, imtctlcnlly. nnoontrot, 3.W9.3M 00 mid for vhom thero ure no troatv or other pro- i visions. Atotiil O'J to ctvlilzHtlon, they rosy. Ilioush with no i There wa.- drawn duriR-j deurec of flcenrrmce, ho .divided, aniordinj: j vcar   and tutnber of kueutuful ci.ndit.att> rarely 8or 10 In any one year. Tbu river and. harbor Improvemeatta hare been wltb eotrgr and cconoamy, tbougb many art only pwilallj The results hare raved to commerce many times Urn amotint expended. Tbe of wltli deptba of nelt, jpreater iccnr.iy is and .Icadadc-iinncb. to "wealth ot the country and the reaourcea of the Govemniba... r The brldgtf acrot i the MJtfeUUppl Hirer at Rock Ulaiud-luift been; completed, ud tat been orlagt- at La Crone. Tbe abU and repori by tbu CommUflou appoluted lo In vest, gate out m.y change, excepting such an further cxpcrluntiu mny sbow to ijc nueeBsnry to roii- der It morft cflluient. Tbe subject of converting the so-cnl.ed Jn- dlan Territory south.oE Kauana Into a home for tbe Indians, und erecting lliuroon fl.Tcr- ritorUU form of .one of great importance tia.a uojiiplemcnt.of the existing Indian pollCy. The qno.tior. 'of removnl to tbo Territory has within the pnat year bean prOBcnted to many of 'tho tribeB resident upon other and leas dualrnble portlona of the public Ima gcnurally beun rocelvocl by tbem wlbh As .prcliininsiry s.cp_ lo t-tit.1 'ni 'f-uch 'n. Territory, it wi'j be nectSBory to confinu ,t.bu -r--- now resident thtruin to fiirniB of liroptr w.03, or 0.37 percent., ftnc, the Incrtnse of which should be Becurod .to 'them- In.. Tec. i-xpunditures 0.20 per cent, i'rhe bu used for ttic ncltlftnuint ol pence, eti'uality of iill citizens he- Atlou policy ADI! In applying the (coarge to Inilt- ld iMlu and bands leaving tbclr prLsrrftcd limits Compared with tho previous f'eart tUc Incruaac. of. Aildlng'to tho ordlonry revcnnea the an-; nunl approprinlion rout-' tho amounts pnltiy In tubsitlios on mull etcnmBhip llnL'S-from apecln.1 upproprla- tlons. thc'dctk'-.enty paW out of tlw gCTttral trevKitry WHS -excess of- over the tlettciencv .for.lhn year Other Interesting stilUt.cftl Informa-- tion relating to owr rapidly Is lurnUkcd iu thia report. The to- tftl length of on 30th of June, 1872, additional rnllod of lucb put into operation eight iicw lints of railway postotflccs with nn Icngtb of Tke number of. ox- chanced In'lhe malls -with forel waa an Incrcaw.o elirn .f or twenty cent, over tbe -number In 1871; and tbe postage thereon The- toUl weight of the ex- chaniccd wWhSutopuan exceeded' The cost of the TJntted irana-Atlantie mall steamship aerrlce The total cost of the United. SUtei ocean including the amonntn paid to tbo snbtidlzvd linoa of maU.steiunera, was The follow-" Ing are the only steamsblp Umes uow tUr a.l bttnnv 'til they become sufficiently advanced In the to gaard thtir own. TiLthtir-and from tTaT; dlspo'siil of Ian ils held. by them tor the aaioe period. Durltifr the last flseal year Ih for inall' CoacrcM: ahlp Company receive per anoum for carrying a mail between Francisco, Japan and Cb which will be Increased to annum, and a i bus bcon .ranim.tted to Con- The wad report of ban matl on afUr October 1S73; The Uuitea Va.a Brrtzll .Mt Steamship Company1 recelyo pur anDtirn Tor" a iBonthly niftil between New xorit and "tJUo the Cuillomb, Oregon and-.. Mfilco .Company re- ceive C75.000 per en am for carrying a lulu tad Hawaiian Iilandi- total amoUBt. of naJl' tteamibip the at present per annum. Our postal communication1 with" aU of tbe clTiliied.wwJd a most im prred postal convenUotia.uid arrangeoatenti rectnUy with UenUrg eommar comntrlet of lurope the crtUfylng U made tbal, wilb cocclniioa ot utufaetorr ccniTentlcm with tbt detail- of -wbJeb agreM to by the head., of the. French Coital .department, subject to the approval of the Minister of Finance, little. remain! 10 accomplitted by treaty for timfi to in mpKt W> rtdoctlon ________ ______ ______ otncr friendly Indiana. Efforts will be mtido In tho- imi.icci.atc! future to inc.acf; the re-' moval of utk-l-inftiiy peaceably- disposed In-. fore thu law, und the ntl.er on t of polygnray. Siuce .the esta'biiihmcnt of a Territorial government for tho Dis- trict of Columbia, the improvement of the condition of the city, of Wuliipgton and aurronn (Vilify, and the increased 'pros- thor cuiaeos in- observable lathe most casual vlaltor. The nation, being n Owncr'Of property In tho city; should hear -with, the cltUcus of tUe district Us Just ehare of tho expense of tbese Improve- I recommend, therclore, an appro- prlntlon to reimburse the cltlv-cns for the work dene bv them slopg fror.t of tbe public grounds .durlHj; tlio punt year, and liberal iipprdprinUo.iS In ordnr that the 1m- proyemuut and embellishment of the public. buildings and grounds may keep Pflce "with the- mpr OT? em lints mwle byVho-Teiritorial authorities. The report of tho Commissioner of'Agri- very full. and interesting -ac- to thct-InUian Territory as can f count of the several divisions of that, (.c- .......l uitnral, _____________ _. and .chemical, and .the hcneflts coriferred hy each upon the rlctilburnl Interests ot the country. The .iwholfc report ift a complete history In toUl of In all Iti braneliCB, eh owing the manner In the farmnr, merchant, and inlncr is' Informed, and tbe extent to which he IB aided in his pursuits. The Commissioner makes one .recorarneDcliit.on that measures be taken by' Coogreea to protect and-lnduce.the planting of and thnt no part of the public should be il.Bpoficd of without the condition that one tenth of It be reserv- ed iri timber-when H exists, and where U" .does not exist, rau Inducement be settled j; proper'y without tllsturbinn; i. tho "hwrraony of-., there.- atatiat'citl, ento no, availablu" where people who are eiideavorlDg to.ac- knowledge ot pastoral and affr.cul-; as well nccammodatetl' upon in ttnj Indian. Territory. A Territorial govern in cnt should, howerer, protect t behind Sans froihtha In roads of term of ycara, un- oufclolthe public Ihnde, "acres, a qnanUty greater by acres thun WAS disposed of the .Of this acres were, sold for acres located wlth-military war- rants, acres were takeu Tor Jiome- (MXS.C13 acres college granted to rallrdtida, to wagon ftcrcs given to States' la'sVanip land, Indian scrip. The cash receipts frvm all sources, in tbe Land. offered by plantiu'pr'lt. In ac'cordatce wlth.tbe terms o. the act of Conpresa approred March 4, 1871, providing for the 'of the one-hundredth mn- of -Ame.rlc.in independence, a Com-; miftBton been "organised 'conaisUng 'of two from, .each ot tbo StateB and Territories. Tha' Commission nan held two sessions and has marie satisfactory progress in tbe organization and in. .the -initiatory steps necessary for carrying out' the pro- visions of tbe and lor. executing thepro- vlsions also of the act of June 1.1S71, creat- ing a Centennial Board of Finance. A pre- haa. been .Tt- ceiTed .from.tbe President of. the CommiB- berewlth'tranamltted'. It will be the 'duty, of tbe Cowmlssloo, mt'your coming seasiqa, to transmit a report of. the atmoui-tid to Daring thv same period Veres' of the public .lands which, "added-, the before- sarTcyed1 amounts acres of tbe public landi fitiUunsur- .vcTtd. from the of.theJarid office contain Interestinginforma- ttonin.reKard-to .their .Tbcy UDltormly-mentio-i tbe fruitfulnees ot the soil during tbe and tbe In- creased of all kinds of produce. Even In where min- ing la ttw taral have, exceeded the local de- mind, and liberal shipments have been made' points... During Aeptembcr there were Uawd patent 'office, century of greater procrwi and prosperity without millinrlt.y or for hostile purposes. The sentiment of the general comrminHy hclng1 Ibnt was due to the Indians, on account of pflft wrongs, and -the Government havltiR atich lull knowledge of tho ditHcnltics to be encotmtcr- cd ID fully acquainting these people wit benev- olent in'.untloni, nil rctonrccs ot aKd conciliation have bet-n exhausted be- fore thu aid of tbo tnUiury arm has bccu Inyottea, It is no natter for wonder or blame that coromunltiM which Icr moetfrom acondnii.inct. of ttic evlla tboiild complain bitterly, nnd accuse the Government of Inaction very clotely whether Hie evil nol.ihe reKult of a previous WTOHK on the part of -tlicwv toivhone good things thej enc- ccwi 'lillte, or wbetbcr their prenciit troubles are not the waves of a norm that over and pant; nat U is the duty of the GoTemment tt> act in the -nlth e Roraewhnt broader and more philofophic temper than Is to be expected of tnofe wlio are actnally f mart ing in their fdmUlflB and their property from the scourgo of Indian depre- dftMuns The patience nnd forbearance Inl.y .n fruit.. .The main _. body of roving Indlniifl hare with graef, or sobmlLtcd to tho Leaving. of aJlltabil- !dcs to Jaiie StJ, a net bsOimcc of deficiency of 9. mannfacrnrcd.-iW; "rtleUliCry rectifiers1. stamps, wholomlc llqnor deal ere', excess of Buugvrf-' IS; total, The number of sratn dUtillerics registered tho grand total of The returns to this for j 0 the last flschl year phow .1 total nroinction In taxa- i Stamped envelope-. pLiln, r from matcriata other than fruit; of U-aYlnn In theceneral Treasury, nn- drawn, tbe mm nl Tlicn- waa alf-o In the of tlie Trcufiircrs of the United States a balance of total .imnnnt for payment of liulublcdnctfD to Jnne3ci. JfiTM L which thero arc chargeable forc..rn CO tract anil notyut reported 15 Mall norecog- 1M.702 00 :nbLT of mihcj-ivu poetj ti'i'Qt'd i.tii.112 the yew vfus (AtO.Ot9 00 W rup- thc'benent of'th'e m value CO The tax rcce.vud fL-mieiitetl At per f There were In the of the on barrel, durine thu rlrrt quarter of.tbe lineal year :hc 30th of June. 1ST4, 5.5-11 for tbe end.iiK.rnrie3-U8.TwM while lha ix- rapportst.on ol the maSla on pnliUc celpts frpm the same cource daring the first three months ot the amount to sn Increase of The tvermgo Jn- of About nllllua dolian annually during the }mft three contrrwtetl with, the Btatlonary of the rrceipto during four years next precerilnjr, Iw certain- xntiryinp, bnt nunnjj1 a reflldne whose dlapoeltion the first three montbi" of tbe present flccal year. i port zing. be either a an expedient- lo of.weakDcca and or It a proof of nn evil wanilestJy on t_M lucreue, and teudi to go from twwl to wprne, to temporise with It Is eovr- and raiBchleTOPS. when an evU cannot bo raid TO be on tie .ncrease, jet not being sclMlmlted o trocUvfc, and baring, ing, lore, a'tcndency to ezpirc of Inherent It part of pru- dence anil or courage U to meet and grapple with It wi-bout beftUattou and wltboa. bat when an erfl is in its nature self-Umlled, and tends to expire by tbe vary comdittooft of ita exlat- i, mud 556 certltt- lean mail fortiecir aria, -.producta, and: man- ufacLurw, which, by tbe of tbe actT to be fcetfl-n'iMler Ibe of Itac goTern of tbe lame time, 19.58T appllcationi for pat- have. v. jecciTed, and filed. feet- recelred .dnrlnjr- tbe'iame period amounted to and the tonrei- pfradltures to WSSjSaaJPp; Jnakinet tlie rfceiptft over tbe expenditurea tTT.400.56. aince applicaUona for bare bteo filed, and about pat- cult Inued, being conducted than Is recorded IR tie biitory ,pf, otber and further good purpose' .briogisg. wO. op3ft ot all :.tue coouaercul :of tbe mvmtf calculated to liitooni -good-" As etraeat beeo felt to cornet wbich. grofrm'up ia ciril vice of tbe country through tbe defective method of maHiog ap point tnejati to offlce, which have been regarded too much u the reward of wrrlcti, "Un ____ __ roul, wGQ ItMlZ complctelr tolTe Bloox problenu aod iMtvette Indlaaa twem tlM traaa-contiData. M of or -would Sioux file wUlethenpM mcrvtgtnant of along north etB would prevent tbe escape of tbe tbfV nAce. The Uut rtwelved on fermented xt per-barrel for tbe ...45.81ii.3l5 K.oei.nio The nn-DWr of er.caged In the msnnfac- ---------r certainly filve Jlttlc cncouraEcment to crated, fur e.tceede-------.....f ,_. farther forbearance. The- n'.imbeni of actual.f in any other the orji bontlli! and depredatinp bands of to-day probmbly ,_----- do not' exceed ia the segregate tLcse or Apacbw in Arizona, principally the Tolooo the Quehoda. the ComiuochM and their confederates of the Staked went of the Indian country, the greater portion of the nation. It vrortld he 9iMe from the targe numftei of frrent and Miiitll, known to the anrjak of the countrj to tliree whkb have BO little In tbe way of pant to Jt.itt.fy their present M tbreu which commit practically tho ont- ragee properly to be charred agitatA the The depredfttiooa of theKIowaa and nttertr wltbont excnaa.. An here would rto nmch 10 tbe policy of peace both witli otber anil wltb theconntry well to free the borders otTejtaa Jrom Koarce hw It IB ing notblntf uRiintt the of Goyfrnmeot towRrd-ilii to It often done, that raerelj temmirizlng with an mcnt, B ture of fermented ending June 1879, wu dnrinit the fiscal year would recommend that eecdona 18and 31 be ao amended ae to proride for known thlrdii. The act of March 9. authorized their irewcrs- wert of the Hoekj j divided r: Lcnslli. aa cort, IO.-JO routes: 18.SV1 nilklt nnal mile. Other rooton, on wbiclj the mills are retailed to conveyed with "celerity, and KUJUaltrMi.- portation. mile.: anncfil ccnla per mile. Tlie Railroad la Icnirth 8077 milee, alid In coet 79i Tue number ot new null-but procured and Bnt In which wen: for of printed nwHt-T. vcA for leUtr-maUe. The TUAOCGU MA1L0. Thfi of throoRh tulfe between the AUanlic and Pacific coa-u was hy snow-blocltadrB west of Omaha during por- tions of the mocUjp of December. January, rnarT and Warch Tbr nnmbtir of en received at In h nn mnjla i from tlu brewerteD to the conenmet or retalJ- r-.j.t.jH tltroach to FmnciMia ID li t ihe bKks or thia package Wng of In Janoajy. adapted to auch mofle ot conrejancc. ooly -it out of 71 iii appear to bareIwen omitted la. the act of Thlrrti appear________________________ June 9. Inadvertence, and they rtio.ildberea-0r.ii." Tlie CommlMtoiicr IB ot oplaion that theamend- 1873, to Section 50 ol Joly April 10. lew, TC- latins: to apirituoiu ao4 malt jiqnorp and wloea were intended pimply to the of Uqaor there be two clawer, at a fowet tax. mtttkotued to malt Ilqnori to the former of ilqaor dtml-- en of Hllinff which they prerio-nly the exemptitm from ttwclal tax u wholtMlc m, to wto wW Tenaented linaoraof UelrownpfoJocfioB, at the brawery, original paclULRea. Aa that in.tar.inn Ia not -the of mponant a of law, the'Cematiaaloiaer racoMiMQds u UM cf explicit- He abo ircotrnmeWa that wtan daalera In malt llCMon iiailrt-l ia Jeaa-thrt thattkoae giUcaaaBd to par total KcaipU-fMM-lolwccafar the tacal -mii-Nt ml; i-how- We an iaamrnm over JWprtrioui yew erf far aa he able ifmtSBg vny Miitfa The CoABiMioncr baa naaoa-to beliere tkat, with additional provide.! by the law MplniT tW o? to- bacco la jerentte. and with the ta aarana, whe> bard nmed. Into Brltlib America. ttpon tha at retailor raw or leaf to- wbicn baa heretofore alordcd conTantent nfmft bacco. for wlthoat Ita beiaj nbka- Tha day ad to-acy procaaa of aunnfacture, collecttona from. lw hsajUitj It not tobacco, tot Miloro nu of twamtr a on aooroach of milltarr of dailraiywa Irom Jaw of iailw March. during ot which. ._._ recwtercd and 3-S95 onrralKerwl, containing and carraucy to the aoMlawl of Of regletered 883 were Accounted for, and 011.7 1TJ haw actually Jest. renuialag a fcaiidjo. For violation of poatal law-, XM hart cott- -ricted and. Mt.tei.ced to Afgnct of piu.lth.Decl, aad W oiicharped and otben are awaiting triaL a are in the Since 30th 18TI, laij branch of iwrrlee lairely vew liaeihavc heeo with an of dally haa aaai the anDiul frtrrice ot c.erka, of raiiooi Uaa aaBmalfcoM of I ITS, roaxicx XAUJ. the TMT. ia tie ralwd aad the year 1ST! with tie W71, Hit rateofinerea.. ii the total of hmrt   

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