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B A NKING
DEPOSITS RECEIVED Sl'BJMT TO
check at sight.
Interest allowed on time deposits in coin,
Kxchnnge fin Portland, San Francisco.
:!ul New York, for sale at lowest rates.
Collections nmlf mui proiBptlyrettsittod.
Refer" to H. W. CfltBtstv, Henry Potting,
w. s. La 1 1.
Banking hnnrs from K A. M. to P. M.
Albany, rb. l, WTVMvJ
ttomuiiiin? BiW fn ftcntlfitrv,
or. e. o. kuitu, oExnvr,
' av. and Ikih the m
, and has the ncv in
i In plate work, which UifrVy rv
in inserting Hi-ill KJ-i-LJ.-r
in i be mouth wl' honl covering the whole
rooi'.aa heretofore. Ii gives thswoarurlhe
carer the free use of iho tongne to the
root of the mom h In talking and tasting.
It is tin' Smith ft Purvlne patent.
Teeth extracted wilhoat pain. Plates
wiendeil, whether broken or divided.
ajtOfVlCK- First street. cast of Conner's
Bank (up stairsi, Albany, Oregon. 7v4
J. L. HARRIS,
WILL KNMiAVOR TO KEEP CON
stantly on hand a full supply of
AIX KIKON OF MEA'IN,
Which will lie of the very best quality.
The highest market price imld for beeves,
toffs and sheep,
Tliird door west of Kerry, on south side
f First street. ) h. ILVKUIS.
Albany, Dec, 1J, ISTMSvl
Groceries & Protistons,
HAS JUST OPENED HIS NEW GROCER
establishment on corner of Ellsworth
.and First streets, with a fresh stock of
-tiroccries. Provisions, Candles, Cigars, To
bacco, Ac, to which he Invites the atten
tion of our citizens.
In connection with the store he will keep
.a Bakerv, and will always have on hand a
full supply of fresh bread, crackers, Ac.
S3T Call and see inc.
1 M PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS
1 of turning; keep on hand and make to
order rawhldc-bottomcd chairs, Ac. Shop
-near the Mills and Hosiery. Jefferson, J Ire
iron Branch shop near "Magnolia Mills"
albanv, where orders for chairs, turning,
Ac , i"n lie left. JOHN M. MET7.1.ER.
Jefferson, Aug. 2, Wl
Of Every Description,
MANUFACTURE TO ORDER ANY
and all styles of
Wagons CHirlttRes, Hacks,
o at as reasonable rates as the use of
good material and first-class work will Jus-
' Repairing neatly and expeditiously done
At low IHtOR.
Shop on Ferry between First and Second
tre"- PETERS SPKIDEL.
Albany, March 7, 187H-27
V. S. MAIL !
Trl-Weekly tage Line !
THE UNDERSItiNED Is now running a
trl-weekly stage from Lebanon to Al
bany, earning the V. 8. Mnils, leaving
Lelwmon even- Monday, Wednesday and
Friday mornings, and returning, leave
Albany at 2 o'clock P. M. e said ilays.
Passengers called for in ny part of th0
etty. All orders should be left at the St.
Charles Hotel, Albany, for passengers or
freight for Lebanon. .
Packages and light frelrtt punctually
delivered at low rates. All business en
tnistod to me will bepiromptly at timded to.
W. . WONACA.
Lebanon, Feb. W, '7-24y4
Law of the I'Htvd Suites.
PAUSED AT THE THll:D SFSMO! OF TUB
KoHTY-SHIiMl l.'i MiKBS.
general Nn'nrc- No. 4.
AN ACTtntWOvide for holding ndlonmcd
terms of (lie supreme court of Arizo
na. Be if enacted bti the SNwJ" ind ffue
fl-aiwwtutfivs tfr ffaiM fBtHtwf Atmrr
im OmfirmimeiriP' .Tha' the supremo
court, of th Tcrri:o:-v of Arizona may
liold abjonrued terms fheraif nt any time
and ware in sum Territory asrwu upon uj
a majority of fhe judges of said court at
any regular term thereof. The onler for
an'a-linnnicd term shall 'n signed lya
majority of the Jiidcros thereof nt;,i regu
Inr'tenrinf said court and entered non
the minutes iff the court, anil any business
which the court might doaf any regular
term thereof may lie done at such ad
journed term ; ami the clerk of sail court
shall necnutlwlaotu mileage for attend
ance at such abjnurnnd tenn as is by law
allowed 'he marshal ot the district of Ari
zona for his attendance upon the courts in
Approved. Iieccmiicr24, 1871
General Natnre-No. 5.
ACT milking npnropriations to supply
the I'elleiencies in the nppropnatimis
for the service of the government for
the fiscal voar ending June thirty .eigh
teen hundred ami seventy-three, and
lor o; ner purposes.
I it rnucltd bii (h- N na'r and Ilvut" nf
j R pr' t nltfrrmnf the WU- Statttof Amr
! fen in O vyrrM d.wmli'f '. That the follow
: ing sums, or so much thereof as may be
neoosiiary. lie, and the same are hereby, ap
! nropiin'edfortheservliiMit the year end
i ing June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and
! seventy-three, tor the purposes heretnaf
! ter expressed, namely :
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT,
i For the manufaotnre, engraving, and
printing of postal cards for the service of
I the quarter ending June thirtieth, eigli
i teen hundred and seventy-three, firry
I .1 ...I .Intlnra
For retrllt rv-locks, to be used on through
mail routes for pouches containing regis
tered letters, thire thousand dollars.
For replacing Did and worn-out vessels
for service In the Coaf t Survey, one hud
dred and fifty thousand dollars.
For continuing the sr.rvey or the Atlan
rie and Gulf coasts and Laks Champlain,
including coiiioensnt ion of civilians en
gaged In the work, and Including pay and
emoluments of officers of the army and
navy and iiettv officers and men ol the na
vy employed In the work, twenty thoti-,-aiul
For a deficiency in the appropriations
for the expenses of the ninth censns,
twelve thousand dol'ars. jt
REBEL RAM "ALBEMARLE.
To enable the Secretary of the Navy to
pav the cantors of the rebel ram "Allii--uuirle,"
in aeeordanee with the decree of
the district court of the United States lor
the District of Columbia, two hundred
and two thousand nine hundred and
twelve dollars and ninety cents.
For photo-lithographing, or otherwise
producing copies of drawings of current
anil hack Issues of patents from the Pat
ent Olfice, and for reproducing back num
bers of the Patent Office Gazette, twenty
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
To enable the Secretary if the Interior
to pay the expenditures made by the
heard of public works of file District of
Columbia for paying roadway, and curb
ing and paving sidewalks; grading, sew
erage, and other improvements upon and
adjoining the property of the United
States in the District of Columbia, one
million two hmidred and forty-one thou
sand nine hundred and twenty dollarsand
ninety-two cents, or so ranch thereof as
mav lie necessary : Proridxl-, That all pay
ments under this appropriation shall be
made only upon vouchers approved by the
officer In charge of the public buildings
and grounds of the District, after tnll ex
amination and measurement of the said
improvements, and the approval of the
prices claimed therefor: dtuJjwwi'fcrfiir
lA'T That the said board of public works
lie, and they are hereby, prohibited from
Incurring or contracting further liabilities
on behalf of the United States In the im
provement of streets, avennes, and reser
vations beyond the amount of appropria
tions previously made by Congress, and
from entering into any contract touching
such improvements on lielialt of the Unit
ed States, except in pnrrfnaaco of appro
priations made by Congress.
Approved, January t), 187J.
General Nature-No. 6.
AN ACT to amend the one hundred and
thirty-third section of an act approved
June eighth, eighteen hundred and
seventy-i'vo, entitled "An act tore
vise, consolidate, and amend the stat
utes relating to the Post-Omce Depart
ment." , .
Be it vnart'fl bv the S-'nale anil House of
R prrwnlalivesaf (Ac United 8!atef ut Amr
im in Omgrem iim mbbil, That section ono
hundred and thirty-three of the act enti
tled "An et to revise, consolidate, and
amend the statutes relating to the Post
Office Department, "approved Jmieeighth,
eighteen hnnpredand seventy-two, hi so
amended, as to nuthoriise t he transmission
by mail of packages of seeds, cuttlncs,
bulbs, roots, and scions of any weight,
for each of such packages, not exceeding
four pounds, at a rate of postage of one
cent for each two oniiees or fracl ions of an
ounce of such package or packages: Fro
rt) :I. That allmnil matter ol the third
class mnst lie prepaid in lull in postage
stmnpsat the office of mailing.
Approved, January 9, 1873.
General Nature- No. 6.
AN ACT making appropriations for the
payment of invalid and other pensions
of the United States for the year end
ing June thirtieth, eighteen hundred
Be It enaeied tni (Ac Senate and Umtte of
U-nr tentativ ijf Uniltd States of Antr
im in Congreuawemblid, Tliat tho follow
ing sums be, and the samoare hereby, ap
propriated, out of any money in the treas
ury not otherwise appropriated, for the
payment of pensions for the fiscal year
ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen
hundred and seventy-four:
For army pensions to Invalids, widows
and dependent relatives, revolutionary
pensions, and pensions to soldiers of the
war of eighteen hundred nnd twelve, and
for furnishing artificial limbsor apparatus
for resection, with transportation, or com
mutation therefor; also, for compensation
to pension-agents, and the expenses of tho
several agencies, and for fees for prctiar
Ing vouchers and administering oat lis, as
provided for by the acts of April twenty
fourth, eighteen hundred and sixteen : Ju
ly fourth, eightoen hundred and thirty
six; May thirteenth, eighteen hundred
and forty-six; February twentieth, eigh
teen hnndred and forty-seven : February
second, eighteen hundred and forty-eighV;
July twenty first, eighteen hundred and
forty-eight ; July twenty-ninth eighteen
hundred and forty-eight; February third,
eighleen hundred and titty-three: June
tliird, eighteen hundred ntid flltv-eight ;
July fourteen t h and seventeenth, elgli-tii-n
hnndred and sixty-two; June thir
tieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four;
Jnrt'e sixth and July tweaty-rl fill, eighteen
h.mdroilandsixtyislx; July twenty-seventh,
eighteen hundred and sixty-eight;
June seventeenth and July eighth and
eleventh, eighteen hundred and seventy :
February fourteenth, eighteen hundred
and se ontv-one ; and February twentieth,
eighteen hundred anil seventy-two; antl
allot her pensions provided by law, thirty
For now nensionsto Invalids, widows,
and dependent relatives, -and pensions hi
sailors ut Hie war of eighteen hnndred
and twelve, and tor furnishing artificial
limbs or apparatus for resection, with
transportation or commutation 'herefor,
com pcnsnt ion to paiision-aficnts, , qienscs
of ageiicies, and fees for preparing vouch
ers and administering oaths, as provided
by the acts of April twenty-third, eighteen
hnndred; February twentieth, eighteen
hundred .and forty-seven; August elev
enth, eighteen hnndred and forty-eight;
July fourteenth ami seventeenth, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-two; Juno tlnr
tieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-four;
June sixth and July ( wenty-fl ft h, eighteen
hundred and sixly-s'.x; March sccoirt,
eighteen hnndred and sixty-seven ; July
twenty-eight Ii, eighteen hundred and six-tv-etgnt
; Jr.ne seventeenth and July
elgtli and eleventh, eighteen hundred and
seventy ; and February twentieth, eight
een hundred nnd seventy-two; and all
other pensions provl led by law, tour hun
dred and eightv thousand dollars : lynrvl
ed, That the appropriation ahiresa d for
navy pensions, and the ot her expenditures
under that head, shall be pa'at frtimthe in
come of the navv pensiim-tund, so tar as
the same may lie sufficient for that pur
pose. Approved, January io, ls.
General Nature--No. 3.
AN ACT supplemental to and amendatory
of an act entitled "An act 'o prescribe
the mo le of obtaining evidence In ca
sus of contested elections," approved
February nineteen, eighteen hundred
Be itenaetfi by the Senate ana House of
R' presenlnliv,' of thu Unit.- d Slate of Amr
im in Congress astetnbUd, That In all contes
ted elect ion cases the time allowed for tak
ing testimony shall be ninety days, and
the testimony sliail lie taken in the following-order;
The contestant shall take testi
mony during the Urt forty days ; the re
turned member during the succeeding for
ty days ; and the contestant may take tes
timony in rebuttal only duiing the re
maining ten days of said period. Such
testimony in rebuttal may be taken on
five days' notice. Testlmouyjiiay lie tak
etiat two or more plmrs at the same lime.
Sec. -'. Depositions of witnesses residing
outside of the district and lieyond the
reach of a suhm-nn may lie taken lietore
any oflloor authorized by law to take testi
mony in contested election oases in the
district in which the witness to lie exam
ined may reside.
See. 3, That the party desiring to take a
deposition or depositions of this act, or of
the net to which this is an amendment,
shall give tho opposite party notice, In
writing, of the time and place, when and
where, the same will lie taken, as well as
of the name of the witness jir wittif ssesto
be examined, and of the name of an officer
before whom tin; same will lx( taken. The
notice shall In- iersoiially served upon the
opposite party, or uixai any agent or at
torney of his ant borbred by him to take
testimony or cross-examine witnesses in
the matter of such contest, if, by the use
of reasonable diligence, such personal ser
vice can b6 made ; but If, by the use of
such diligence, personal service cannot be
made, flic service may be made by leaving
a duplicate of the notice at the usual place
of abode of the opposite party. The no
tice shall be served so as toailow the oppo
site party sufficient time by the usual
route, of travel to attend, and one day for
prenvratlon, exclusive of Sundays and the
day of service. And the taking of the tes
timony may, if so stated in the notice, be
ablourned tnim day to day. Tho notice,
with the proof or acknowledgment of the
service thereof, shall lie attached to tho
depositions when completed. The party
notified as aforesaid, his asent or attoi
ney, may, if he see lit, select an officer
(having authority to take depositions in
such cases) to officiate, with the officer
named in the notice, in the taking of the
depositions; and If both such officers at
tend, the depositions shnll be taken before
them both, sitting together, and be certi
fied by them both. But If only one of
such officers attend, the depositions may
be taken before and certified by himakme.
It shall be competent for the parties, their
agents, or attorneys authorized to act In
the premises, by consent in writing, to
take depositions without notice; and it
shall also be competent for them, by such
written consent, to take depositions
whntlif r lmnn or without notice) before
any officer or officers authorized to take
depositions in common law, or en n iu
tlnna nr In chnnrairv. bv either the laws
of the United Stales or of the State in
which the same may nc taken, nna io
waive proof of the official character of
such officer or officers. Any written eon
sent given as aforesaid shall lie returned
with tho depositions, and every such offi
cer so chosen by the parties, their agents
or attorneys, and officiating, shall have ail
thepoworsin the premises that are con
ferred by the act to which this Is an
amendment upon the officers named there
in. At the taking of any deposition under
this act, or the act to wuith this is an
amendment, cither party may appear and
act in pei-son, or by agent or attorney.
Sec. 4. All officers taking testinony to
be used in a cont esi ed elect km case, wheth
er by deiiosition or otherwise, shall, when
the taking of the same is completed, and
without necessary delay, certity the same,
by mail, addressed to the Clerk of the
House of Representatives of the United
States, Washington, 1. C: and shall also
endorse upon the enveloia) containing
such deposition or testimony tho name of
the case in which it is taken, together
with tho name of the party in whose lie
half it is taken, and shall subscribe such
endorsement. UHn the written request
of eitherparty the Clerk of the House of
Representat Ives shall open any deposition
at any time after he shall have received
the same, and he may furnish either party
with a copy thereof.
Approved, January 10, 1873.
General Nature-No. 9,1
AN ACT to amend section twelve of an act
entitled "An act to authorize the ap
pointment of shipping-commissioners,"
&e., approved June seven, eigh
teen hundred and seventy-t wo.
Be it enacted bp the S-nntu and House of
Representative of the United SMes of Ainer
ica t in Ponuress assembled, That section
twelve of tho act entitled, ''An act to a
thorlze the appointment of shipping-commissioners,"
Ac., approved June seven,
eighteen hundred and seventy-two, lie
amended by adding to said section the fol
lowing proviso: Provided further, That
this section shall not apply to masters or
vessels when engaged in tradi; ! hetween
the United States and the British North
American possessions. or tho West India
Islands, or the Republic of Mexico."
Approved, January 15, 1873.
(General Nature-No. 10.
AN ACT to prevent certain officers of the
United States and Territories from
practicing as attorneys or p olieltors In
courts of i he United States in certain
J- it (naet d b) the Senate and House of
Brpres' tfath i of the Unlit d Stat' of Amer
ica in Ct nariss asstmUtd, That no clerk,
assistant or deputv clerk, of any Territo
rial, district, or circuit court, or of the
Court of Claims, or the Supreme Court of
the United States, or marshal or deputy
marshal oi the United States within the
district, for which he is appointed, shall
net as a solicitor, proclor. attorney, or
counsel in any cause depending in either
of said courts, or In any district for which
he is acting as such officer.
'Sec. 2. That whosoever shall violate any
provision of this act shall be stricken from
the roll of attorneys by fhe court upon
cfimnlalnt. nmn which, the resr-ondent
j small have due notice, nnd be heard in Ills
defence; and In the case ot a marsnai or
deputy marshal so acting, he shall he rec
ommended by the. court for dismissal from
Approved, January 1, 1873.
General Nature -No. 11.1
AN ACT toauiend an act entitled -'An act
relating to mcmbersof Congress, heads
of Departments, and other officers of
the government," approved Jnnoelev-
.....1, I, ....... 1 1 i ... t ..... I ...wl .jlvlv.frmr
i He it enacted 6j th- S naie and Htnise nf
I R-pres' nlatiri s of llw United Slates of Am r
, iett, in Congress assembled, That the provl-
sions of an act entitled "An net relating
i to nictnliers of Congress, heads of Depart
ments, and other officers of the govern
ment;" approved June eleventh, eighteen
i hnndred ami sixty-four, Is- so extended as
I tmapnly In all respects to Delegates from
t tie Territories ami me insinci or icrruo
ry at Columbia,
'Approved, Junuary 1, 1873.
General Nature - No. 12.
AN ACT to fix the compensation of mm-
gersnnd measurers at fhe port of Bos
ton. Be it enacted bg the Senate and Ihus of
R pre'nUilives of the Untied S alt s of Amer
ica in Contjrtm tisstmbltd, That theeompen
satlon of gaugers and measurers at the
port of Boston shall be the same as provid
ed for the same class of officers at the port
of New York mnler existing laws.
Approved, January 17, 1873.
General Nature -No, 13.
AN ACT to authorize the examination of
Be it enactetl by Ihe S male and House of
Re presentatives of the United S'atesof Amer
ica in Qmgrttt asstmbbd. That the Comp
troller of the Currency, In addition to the
powers now conferred main him by law
for the examination of national bunks, is
hereby farther authorised, whenever he
mav deem it useful, to cause cxamlnut ion
to be made into the condition of any bank
in the District of Columbia organized un
der act of Congress. The Compi roller, nt
his discretion, may report to Congress the
results of such examination. The expense
necessarily incurred in the execution of
this act shall be paid out of any appropri
ation made by Congress for special bank
Approved, January , 1873.
General Nature No. 14,
AN ACT regulating the compensation of
the members and officers of the legis
lative assemblies of the several Terri
toriesof the Untied States, and limit
ing the duration of the sessions of said
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
R-presentaltvts of the Untied Sntesof Amr
im In Congress assembled. That the sessions
of the legislative assemblies of the several
Territories of the United States shall be
limited to forty (lays' duration.
Six;. 2. That tlu-meniliers of each branch
Of said legislatures shall rccelveaconipen
satioii of six dollars per day during the
sessions herein provided for, and they
shall receive sncli mileage as now provided
bylaw; Proritltd, That the president of
the council and Jhc speaker of the house
of representatives shall each receive a
compensation often dollars per day, and
that the additional officers of each branch
of said legislative assemblies shall consist
of one chief clerk, who shall receive a
compensation of eight dollars per day,
and of one assistant clerk, one enrolling
clerk, one engrossing clerk, one sergeant -at-arms,
one door-keeper, one messenger,
and one watchman, who shall eaili receive
a corapenwtion of five dollars per day dur
ing the sessions.
Sec. 3. That from and after t he first day
of July, eighteen hundred and seventy
three, the annual salaries of Ihe gover
nors of the several Territories of the Uni
ted States shall be three thousand live
hundred dollars, and the salaries of the
secretaries of said Territories shall be two
thousand five hundred dollars each.
Sec 4. That the provisions of this act
shall not apply to the District of Colum
bia: Provided, That no law of any territo
rial legis:a!uro shall lie made or enforced
by which any officer of a Territory heroin
provided for, or the officers or members of
any territorial legislature, shall Is- paid
anv compensation oilier than that provid
ed by the laws of the United Slates.
Approved, January 23, 1873.
General Nature-No. U.)
AN ACT establishing post-routes in the
State of Maine.
Be U enacted by the Sentde and House of
R mresenlatives of the United Slates of Am r
ica in Congress asstmbttd. That the follow
ing be established as post-roads.
Maine : From East Baldwin, via North
Baldwin, Sebngo, and South Bridget on, to
Bridgeton ; from Gray Depot to Gray Cor
ucr. In the county of Cumberland.
Approved, January 23, 1873.
General Nature-No. 18.
AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act
to amend the ftft h section of an act en
tilled 'An act -donating public lands to
the several States and Territories
which may provide colleges lor the
benefit of agriculture and the mechanic
arts,' approved July second, eighteen
hundred and sixty-two, so as toextend
the time within which the provisions
of said act shall be excepted and such
colleges established," approved July
twenty-third, eighteen hundred and
- Be it enacted by Ihe Senate and House of
R'prestntalivcs of the United S tties of Amer
ica in Congress assembled. That the time
within which the several States may com
ply with the provislonsof the aot of July
twenty-third, eighteen hundred and slx
tyslx, entitled "An act to amend the fifth
section of an act entitled -An act donating
public lands to the several Stales and Ter
ritories which may provide colleges for
the benefit of agriculture and the machan
ie arts,' approved July second, eighteen
hnndred and sixty-two, so as to extend the
time within which the provisions of said
act shall be accepted and such colleges es
tablished," is hereby extended so that the
States which have not complied with the
provisions of said acts in establishing col
leges shall have the period of two years,
after the first day of July, eighteen hun
dred and seventy-two, within which to
provide at least ono college, as described
In the fourth section of an act entitled
"An act donating public lands to the evc
m! States and Territories which may pro
vide colleges for the leneflt of ngricultnre
nnd the mechanic arts," approved Jnlv
second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two.
Approved, January S3. 187S.
General Nature- No. 17.
AN ACT to amend an act entitled "At! act
to incorporate a national-military anil
naval asvluni for the relief ot the to
tally dlsa'bli-d officers and men of the
volunteer forces of the United Stntes."
approved March fwentyione, eighteen
hundred and sixty-six, and for other
Be il enacted b the St note and Hoist nj
Rpr stntu'ivest.f Ihe UnitedSaUs if .'mtr
im in Congress itsstmbled. That the said act
he soanieniicd that wherever the word
"asv;im"oc('urslhcreln the word "nne
shall lie Inserted Instead thereof."
Sec. '2. That the -act approvi d March
twenty-second, eighteen hundred nnd sixty-seven,
untitled "An act fnrthe relx-1 lit
maimed and destitute soldiers," shnll be
construed to extend to all foldiers who
have been -or are in the national asylum,
so as to give to each onea salt of clothing,
or its equivalent in Vfolhiiig, from : hi
stock on hand in the Quartern-aster's de
partment ; and flint Frederick smythe, of
New Hampshire, Benjamin F. -Butler, of
Miissncliusetts.iand Thomas O. Osborn, ol
Illinois, slain be managers of said-corporation.
Approved, January 28, W78i
General Nature-No. 18.
AN ACT to abolish the grades of -arfmini-1
and vice-aihuiral hi the navy of Hit
Be it enacted by the Senate and Hi use of
lieprist.nlalives of the Unit. d S'al'S of Jtwr
im in Congress assemUnl, That vacancies
occurring in the grades -of admiral and
vice-admiral, hi the navy of the -United
States, shall not lie filled by promotion, or
m any manner wnatever; anu mat wnen
the offices of said grades shall become v
cant, the grade itself shall cease to exist.
Approved, January 24, 1873.
General Nature-No. 19.)
AN ACT transferring the control of ccr
tain territorial penitentiaries to the
several Territories hi which the same
Be il tnacl' d by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the United Slates of Asm r
fcu in Congress ass, mblitl, That so much of
the act entitled "An act In relation to cer
tain territorial penitentiaries," approved
January tenth, eighteen hnndred and seventy-one,
placing the penitentiaries in the
Territories -of Montana, Idaho, Wyoming,
and Colorado under the care ami control
of the respective United States -marshals
for said Territories, Is hereby repealed,
and the care and custody of aid peniten
tiaries, and the personal proju-rty there
unto belonging, and the use and occupa
tion thereof, arc hereby transferred to
said Territories, respectively, until other
wise ordered by the Attorney General:
Provided, That the legal title to said peni
tentiaries and property shall continue to
vest in i ! roiled Slides : Antl trrovidetl
fvrlhtr, That said Territories shall keep
anu maintain, in tno penueniiaiies Here
by transferred to their custody nnd con
trol, all persons convicted In raid respect
ive Territories of violationsol the laws of
the United States, and sentenced to im
prisonment therefor, and all persons held
to answer for alleged violations of Un
laws of the United States it said respective
Territories, At. the rate -and price, to be
paid by the United States out of the Judi
ciary nmd.nf one dollar per day for each
person so imprisoned.
gee, 2 That immediately after tho pas- -sage
of this act Ihe Attorney General
of the United States shall canso to lie
transferred to 1 he propcraut horlt ies of t he
Ten-iroriesof Montana, Idaho, Wyoming,
nnd Colorado, the penitentiaries and per
sonal pronertv connected therewith, situ
ated in each "of said Territories, respect
Approved, January 24, 1873.
General Nature -No. 20.
AN ACT to fix the trnie for holding the
annual session of the Supreme Court
of thcUnitcd States, and tor other pur
pose. He it enacted by the Smate and Housf of
R:-prcsintat1vs of the Unikdpatcst f Amr
ica in Congress asstmbtid, fhat from and
after the passage of this 'act the annnal
session of l lie Supreme Court pf the Uni
ted Slates shall commence -on the iecond
Monday of October In each year, and all
act ions, suits, appeals, ret-ognlztinces, pro
cesses, writs, and proceedings wnatever.
ix-nding w which may lie pending In said
(ourt, or returnable thereto, shall have
day therein, and be heard, tried, proceed
ed with, and decided, In like'maniieras if
t he l line of holding said sessions had not
been hereby altered.
Approved, Janiuiry 24, 1873.
General Natnra-No. 21.
AN ACT to authorize the President to ap
point Frederick E. I'pton. of Bath,
Maine, a master in the navy of the
B" it eiMKirtf by Ihe Sitate ami House of
P irrenttttm's of the Uniltd S'.aies of Amtr-
lea in Congress asstmbled. That the Presi
dent be, and he is hereby, authorised to
appoint Frederick E. Upton, of Bath,
Maine, a master in the United States navy,
with the grade in his rank that lie held at
the date of leaving tnc i nitcu Mates ser
Approved, .January 27, 187J.
The Wasliimrton oorrePTwndeiit
of the Boston Herald gives the
authorities tor various ways ot pro1
tiouncing "Credit Mobilier," so the
people can adopt that one which
best suits them :
John B. Alley-Credit Mo-beet
Judge roland v.redvt jMo-bu-
Oakes Ames Credit Mob-il-ay.
Gen. Banks Credit Mo-bil-ly-a.
Sidney Dilion Credit Mo-bili
Senator Stevenson Cred-dy Mo-
What kind of cattle do they have
out at Zanesville? A man there
advertises that he wants "a woman
to wash, iron and milk one or two
. Three-fourths of the womtti f
Boston Wear false teetb.