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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1859;
VOL. IV. NO; 28 1
THE OREGON 8BKTIXEL.
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number of lnri .' should be marked on
BOOK AND JOB
BOOK 1SD JOB
OF EYERY DESCRIPTION.
Kiwated with X- atnts and Dlspntou, in the
BEST STYLE OF THE ART, AT
Villi X LO v' jrj'j.U.UJitO
To Hull I li c Time.
Oar swimon' ft material l new and x test
Itf and all ordr- for Plain. OmanMnul. and
l?v l'r utinjj promptly (IIImI In a snnirsr
last will ni,t fuil t- nve MiiafMiimi. A full
s-wtii ntof Lw Hi ink.hicIi lctil' MoH-Fj-"
'-luT. mh. uiinai. I'.X'futloM, Klc.
al.iT o,i La.nl m.tl lor m! eliup.
ATTOllXKY AT LAW,
Jackuiiit lllr, Dirpin.
Kll' pr.-llc. In nil tb foiirl of Uw Sd Jwll
ri 1. trict. IU' hnprm Court of Oroyon, mm!
Ij tU, Cal.
I'artKithr attention w'd to prMurir iaihi
Warraai- .ud coltetiu vu.nM agiillfc08T
W. S. BnOCK,
Allonir) nnu tdiuiMrlur nl l.n, nixl
SOLICITOR IN OHANOERY,
Ciitne Clly, Oregon.
Will practice In tbe ranou Court of thto let
titory, and promptly attnd to llw tollwttou of
tUun Hgam-t tb- L'ultol ShitiM througfa an
f<nt agnt rciuliiiR at Wuthlngtou. Oittce
U tugene City. Lane County, 0. T. Sutf
t. I.IB.NTU. J0.WIIJ4W.
BAENOM & WILSON,
Attoriit)'. anil Cuunxiloni nt I',
Particular attend U glra. to the coll:.
ti notM and uceoiuu. and claim anuiUM uov-1
liounty Land Wirranta boaght and old.
O0W oviri-Urkeyitore. SOW
W. C. T'VAULT,
Attorney U Counsellor nt Law,
JaiU.ont lllr, Orr(;uli
OUc, Up Hir. over the Scntintl 0(He.
IluuneH eatMUd to hit care promptly at.
Jack.out.lk'.Oct. 9. 1838. 30tf
E. 3. SWELLING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office on )Iaiu Street, four doors Km 111 of the
Will pnctioe li the Dutrict Court of Jack
Mn county, 0. T 2S!)lf
COUKSELLOli AT LAW,
Qce atKrbyllle, Oreson. Itf
VI. W. PAGE,
Atluniry aimcuniiMllor ut Lotr,'
DE. L. GiNDNG,
riiytlelau, bunston ,a Atetichcr,
Office on California lrwt, K-oud door from
Ae Tin Shop.
Tbe Urgent and best M'l'ttionof Drugs and
Patent MtdiClrv constantly on hiud. 9ni6
I. H. SMITE,.
AllQnicy mill CoiiiiMllor at Iv, and
SOUIOITOR IN QHANOERY.
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IcwlisZlgloXu, Win, Wilkinson,
; zittiER ;wiiacNSON,
and hftvo cotupfeMyj
toe aim by
Wrfr .3i3U iiiBodding.
ATh 3?om. I ndwCOMuirr!: onle-r tn
rieMitKu4q customrfVpi?irnprlct3r will
Pln,b I''1 W rfitdtjpRlr;Ctntiiitfr happy
Having siipw'orCo'01rinlStowanl. with n
well supplied '.inli Hi v are i(lio'.r.in in rny
In,? I'".!! their TAHl.ti linll be nbuiuhntly
vrppl.eil with nil Hi .' . ncccnry to satisfy the
Instc mid fancy nf the kt atct of epicures.
Jacksonville Nov 5th 1WP. 42lf
Pint Door t of the Xew Stale Saloon,
3T- 33. SX353SI3EtS,
Tim l'roprmlor having
coulidi'nev In his nullity.
-mm)uiicc to the public"
Hint tlK'v ur now pr lin d ami dotcnnlm d tr
give compU-U' nt"litcli)ii to all tho
may patmniri' h m. vither by tli"
mi'K. iv f M'a
Hool nt nil 3Iou. ttHl lervwl ttrlcth nml
raiwneixriiy to dmI'T.
Hull Supper. r lxtrn Dlnnen will be fur
nUtwd to ord r on ihort nolle.
Term t'ab and tnodemte.
Tin Unr sioclifil Avltli tlu oliol-
ct'st Wluc-., Llijuors K ClRtirsi
J'CMrtMIU. KloW Uth, lMf.
JCi-rli) villi-, Oregon.
Tin: sciisoniiiKii having niiKcrni)
L n Inrjie nddltiuti to tin nell kuoiruAtmid.
Itimtixl In tli town or Kertiyxille, on tin
road to Allliouie. Suitor HipplilRa and Crca
Mnt City, willelt n ulinrenr public patrumjc
Will alMny lw furuilid with tl belt th
milk, t nffnidi
Sloirle Hoom furnll-l ah lllxrnl trm.
JOHN i:. I'llINDLU.
Korbvvllle. June SO. 110. S'Jtf
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AjutJt'lmie Ci-fcU, O. T.
rpUK iimlrl(inrd wlhw tn Inform til frktxli'
X uimI llwtrmulinx mbll twit, iKWliifc Ini
pn, il llwHliote IUmIi. (ImU-wuv IwIivmii Kr-iiytill-
ami Ja.koHrIU, fiirnterly kixiwii .
Huikwuir ranch. i awl iimdv urrHiim.un.Mil with
a l.unllv In takjj clMrgre or tit Iiimimj. be l lion
pr'arl to HcommiHlai all Mho may trou
uc liiin, In tlte verv lt ttyk.
V. ill nt all 1 1 nit" be iiiilil Hllli llielwtt thi
luaik.t alfmiln; a itl cuinMnil "lib r'km!
Stabling, Hay and Grain,
ndn etifiiI,Hilcr in attendance, he hop to
m:rlt n iwwi puiil.c iiirimri.
F HUGH HEAPS,
AS vrteUd a New and Commodlout Tnv
em rftnud ut tin? iuiltli Had of thu lli(:
DOUGLAS COL'NTV, 0. T
Where hi U prtnaivd to neeomniixlate tlieiiult-
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of inv that
hIU Ixta nell furiiuhtd n Hie country aObrdr.
Is Mipplixl w ilh Hay and (imlii In abundance.
AniuuU wilt reeeUu lurticular ntleiilloii.
I'.wrv attention imuI to rendur thote who aill
comroriable ana atimu. tun
TTAS Rrtcttd New liulldlngs nod rcOttcd the
XX old tavern maud at
SOKVU KM) OF THE CAN VON,
Douglas County. 0. T.
Where he I nrewred to accommodate the Trav
eling Public iu pood style.
Will be a nell furnUhtd m ony in Oregon.
I lare and will supplied with Hay and Grain.
Parliriilnr ultention p;ud tn anlmuU.
jjarhv-rv utUulion paid to tho! who may
lavoruun wnn ncau.
A No. 1
W iitelieHtvr, O. T.
TWIE SUlwntllll.U IIAVINO
X tuken tin. Hotel, w ill emloit u. tu
make it all that iu u.inio imlicate.
A Well fitrnUhed Table, clean
and comiurtublo Jleds.pml carcluluu)tisy?tli.ill
Induce Hi' traveling Ojiumutilly to pmrguize
NoemVr8. 18J8. -i:ttf
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LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.
Afrrcpnatient for Indum IqirtmtntQntmutd.
Comtintftts, Kwvas, nnd Amthel of ArLin.
tat liner For sixth often instilments for
thopurchae of rooiIj, provisions, nnd npricul
turnl lmpleinoiit.1. per sixth arllclu (rcnly
tncnty-sevcntli July, eighteen hundred and
firty-tlin.'O, cipliticti tlinunntl ilollnrs.
For tlsc etKn.rc of (rntioportittton of the
sixth of tetilixtiilmentsuf goods, provision',
and agricultural implements, per sixth nrtielc
treotv twetily-sevcntli July, clfihtccn hnndml
and llftv-lhrce, seven thotMntid dnllrtrs.
f rttlt. For ernmiient annuity in money,
per fourth nrtldctrraty seventh Aueusl seien
teen huiidrctl nnd ninety, and (iflli article trea
ty t cenlh AiiRiist. cifsfitecn hundred ami llft -
six rrnr tiiOiiMiiui live liumlreil dollars.
For ptrmiinfnt annuity In money, tierf,"-!
nml article treaty sixteenth June, cigliftsjh1
litimln.il and two, and fifth nrtlelo treaty scv
cuth August, chihteen hundreil and fifty-slx,
tlirrr thouftiml dollars.
For permanent annuity In money per fourth
nrtiele treaty twenty fourth January, eighteen
hurdml nnd twcnty-lx. and fifth article treaty
seventh Aueust. eiglitreu hundred nnd fifty
six. twenty thoiimnil dollars,
Tor permanent provision for blnclismllh
nnd nvistnnt, and for shop nnd tools, per
eiehth nrticli treaty twenty fntirth .Innunry,
eichteen hnndml and twenty-six, nml liftli nr.
tlc'e treaty sevrnth AuiruM, eighteen hundred
ami (lfiy-ix, eight hundreil nnd forty dollars.
For permanent provMon for iron'nml steel
for simp, per elchili article treaty twcnty-foitrtli
Junnarv, eiehleen linnilrnl and twenty-ix,
nnd liltli article treaty sevcntii August, eight
ceil hundred nnd fifty-six, (wo hundred mid
For nermnnent prnvUlon for the nnv of a
wlieelwricht, per eighth article trenty twenty
fourth January, riohteen hnndml nnil twenty
six, and fifth nrtiele treaty seventh August,
ci'Mecti liumitoil and liity-six, six liuulrcd
Vnf li'noksmlth nnd iiHistar.t nnd shop nml
tool dnriiijr the pleiKiiro of the President, ;ir
fifth a-iielf treaty fourteenth Fehrunrv. eight
een humlmt nml thirl) -three, nnd fifth nrtiele
trenH seventh Aiitrmt. ciithtcen hundred and
fiftv-six. elirlit liiltiitrnl nnd for'y dollnrs.
For iron nnd slrol for shop during the pleas
ure nftlie Prtxtdent, jwr fifth nrtiele Irenty
fourteenth Fehnmrv. clulitrcn hundred nnil
llilrl) -three, nnd fifth nrtiele trenty rcvrntli
Augii't. cichteen hundred and fifty-six, two
hundred an I seventy dollars.
For wagonmnker during the plcn'ure of Hie
President mt fillli article trenty fourteenth
February, eighteen liuudml and "thirty-three,
nnd fifth nrtiele trenty seventh Auguft. rlcht
een liuinlrid nnd fifty six. six hundred dollars.
For fls itaitM' in ngr.ciiltiirnl 0H-rallrn
iluriiic tlep ')raiirc nf the President, per oighlh
Brliek trrfliy twenty-fourth Jnnttarv, eighteen
liuiMlrel nm' lwrnty-ix, nml flflh nricle trrnly
twenty sevrith August, oighteen hundred anil
flftv- x. twn tliouMiml dolriiry.
For cilut-itlnn ilurini; tl.e jiJou'tircof the
Preiilnt, pr fifth nrttcle treaty fourtfenth
Feliriiiiry, i iglitom humlml nnil thirty-three,
nnd fifth article trenty seieiith AngiMt. e'ght
esn hundreil awl flity-sl.x, one thousand dul'tirs
For tlHthirilofsvfniidditinmil instahnenU
for two Iditcksmitlis issistnnls. shop, nml looh.
iw tliirteenth nrlido treaty tweiity-fourth
Mn rcli. eighteen huiKhnl and thirty twn, and
fifth article treaty Mtcntii AngMt, cigiilcvn
hnndml nml flfty-ilx, ute thousniid six hundred
nnd eighty dullurs.
For tlie thinl of seven additional Inilnl
nient for irnn nwl steel for mp. pr thir
teenth nrtiele treaty twontx-liiirlh March.
I'islitecn hnndml and thirly-twc. ami fifth arti
cle treaty seenth Aticuit. titfclrcn hnndml
and llfty-slx, five hundred nnd forty dollars.
For twenty-ninth of thirty-three instalments
for rducntloii, er fourth article tamty fourth
Jiuiuiiry, eighteen hnndml aid forty-five, and
fifth article treaty tcu'lilh lugu.t. eighlcvn
hnndml nml fifty-six, tlirtv LouhiihI dollars.
For sixleenlh of twenty iiiinlmcnls for edu
cation, tier fourth article truly fourth Jnnuu
ry, eighteen hnndml nnd forty.lhc, nnd fiflh
nrtiele treaty seienth Anguit 'Iglilecn hun
dreil nnd fifty-six, three thoiisteid dnllarj.
For five per centum Intentt on two hnn
dml thousand dollars for pure4 of educa
tion, per sixth nrticlo treaty nenth Angint,
eighteen hundred nnd fillj-six.ten thuuiund
Dritwtrt. For llfo nnnmlyto chief f
privuto article to supplemental mity tweut)
fourth September. eighteen ImiKTrd and nn.,
ty-nine. to treaty of third Oe(ur, oigluein
hundreil and eighteen, one huDd dolhirs.
For interest on forty-six tlioixind und elch
ty dollars, at livo per centum, leing the value
ol thiriyi.t tectior of land sotspart by tmi
ty of eighteen hundred and tn-ntr-iiine for
education, jier resolution of tip Svnatc nine
teenth Jannary, vighteen hunded nnd thirtv.
height, nnd fifth article treaty sitth May.eigli.
lecn iiiiuiirvii nun niiv-iuur, inuillOUSJIld tlireu
liuiiiln d and four dollars
For six of eight equal inMaWnls for pay
ment of live chiefs, per sixth, article imnr
Lsixlli May, cightivn hnndml niHHlfiy.fuur.oiie
lliouraiiu two iiuuiireu uiiu iiiiyiiuiiars.
luteal, For interest is4' lieu of linwtment
on fiftysexen thousand five liuuired dollars to
the first July, eighteen hundml nmlsixtv.nt
five ier ccnluin, lor education or oilier Ih-ncfi-cial
purposed, under the directios of the Presi
dent, per second nrtiele ta-aty niieenth Octo
tvr, eighteen huiidrnd and tluitv-cight. nnd
ninth urticlo treaty seventoenlh fay. eighteen
huudml nnd fifty-four, two tlioujand eight
hundred und seventy-five dollars.
Kansas. For inteteU in lieu of investment
on two hundred thousand tiollars, at live kt
centum, per tecond article treaty fourteenth
Januury, eighteen liuudied oud (orty-six, ten
Kuhukia$, Peanut, Wea), anil Pianlf
ihatn. Vm tho lust oflhr imtulmenls of
nino thouwrtiT dollom each, for the jeara eigh
teen hundred and fifty-seven, eighteen hundred
and firty-cight, and eighteen hmidml add fifty
nine, ier sixth nrtiele treaty thirtieth May.
eighteen huudad and fifty-four, nine thousand
A'tti.yxxM. For sixth Instalment of Interest,
ut fio per centum, on ono hundred thousand
dollars for education, per second nrtiele treaty
eighteenth May, eighteen hundred nnd fifty
four, five thousand dollars.
For the payment of (his sum as tlie sixth
instalment upon two hundred thousand dollars.
to bo paid in eighteen hundred and fifty-nine,
per second nrtiele treaty eighteenth Muy, eigh
teen hnrdix-d and fifty-four, nine thousand dol
lars. Menomvntei. For fourth of Iwehc instal
ments for continuing: and kceninj: un a black
smith shopnhd providing the usual quantity of
iron and steel, per loiirtn orucio itvaiy eight
eenth October, eigliteen hundml and forty-
eight, and thinl nrticlo treaty twelfth May.
eighteen hundred and fifty-four, nine hundred
' nnd sixteen dollars and sixty-six cents.
For fourth of ten Iqstiilm'nt9 of annuity
st.,.i .- V ,,.J'. "tfJt, . i
atissswiiuiii ..'iissmswi mwfmmt'
upon two hnndml thousand dollars', balance
of three hundred and fifty thousand dollars for
cession or lands per lourtli article treaty cigb'
ternth October, cichtcn hundred ond fori v.
eight, and third rirllclo treaty twelfth Haf,
cignteen iiiimircu nnd oity-iour, twenty tnou
Mtamici of Kamnt for permanent pro
vision lor DiacKsmitn nnd assistant, and iron
and slrel for shop, per fifth nrticlo treaty sixth
October, eighteen hnndml and eighteen, and
fourth article treaty fifth Juno, eighteen hun
dred and fifty-four, nine hundred nnd forty
For permanent provision for Miller, In Hen
nfcummlth' per fifth article treaty sixth Oc
tober, eighteen hundml and eighteen, fifth ar
ticle treaty ttveiify-third October, eighteen
hundml mid thirty-four, nnd fourth article trca
tv fifth June, eighteen hundred nnd fifty-rour,
i.x hundml dollars.
For their proportion q nineteenth of twen
ty instnltnrtfts in 'money, per second article
treaty twenty-eighth November, eighteen hun-d-il
nnd forty, nnd fourlh nrticlo treaty fifth
Juiif, eighteen hundml nnd fiftj-four, five
tlmunnd six hundred and thlrly-slx dollars
and thirty-six cents. .
For lit-nst on fifty thousand dollars, at
five per centum, for educational purposes, per
third nrtlci- trenty fifth June, eighteen bun
drrd and fifty-four, two thousaud five hundred
For lnt of six equal annual Instalments to
Mlamies residing on ceiled land's, for purchase
of former perpetual and other nnnuitica nnd
relinquishment of claims, per fourth nrtiele
treaty fifth June, eighteen hundml nnd fifty
(ur, thlrty-onr thousand seven hundred und
i thirty nine dollnrs nnd eleven cents.
Miamitt of liuliaiia,- For their proportion
or nineteenth of twenty iu.tnlmcnts in money,
per second nrticlo trontv twenty-eighth No
vmlior, eighteen hundred nnd forty, nnd fourth
nrtiele trenty fifth June, eighteen hundml nnd
fifty.fnur, six t!ionnhd right hundred nnd six-ty-thm?
dollnrs nnd sixty-four cents.
For Interest on investment of two hundml
nnd tweuty-nuc thoixniHl twn hundred nnd fifty-seven
dollars nnd clulity-lx cents, nt five
tier centum, for Miami ludlun of Indiana, per
Small1' nmendment to fourth nrtiele treaty
filth June, cighte n hundml nnd fifty-four,
eleven thousand nnd sixty-two dollars and
Mmmitnl llivtr For permanent nn
nulty in goods or otherwise, per lonrth nrtiele
treaty third August, seventeen liunJail and
ninety-five, fie huudml dollars.
Fo'r permanent annuity in poods or other
wic. per third article trenty twenty-first Ali
gn.!, eighteen hundred and five, two hundred
and fifty dollars.
For permanent nnnully In goods or other
wie, per third ami sepernie nrtiele to treaty
thirtieth September, eigiilrrn hundred mid nine,
lliuv liuudml und llriy diillun.
XfUfUalli. l'liftulliip tvl ether Trilm and
Ihtult nf Iiiilmn I-or fifth instalment. In
part jwt inent for rclinquihmrut of title to
lauds to' In' nppHed tn beneficial olijecls, per
fnnrth nrllole lieuty twontr-sixth December,
iiittbteeii hundred nud filty-foiir, trro thousand
For fifth of twenty instalments for pay of
instructor, smith, physician, carpenter, farmer,
ami BMlstnnt if mtwsory, jwr tenth nrtiele
treaty twmty-slsth Deceinlicr, eighteen hun
dml nnd fifty-four, six thousand sown hundred
Omihai. For the second nf ten lihitnlments
of this nmiitiut, being second of the series, in
iiiowy nr ntirwle. per fimrth nrtiele treaty
sixteenth March, eighteen hundred and fifty
four, thirty thnusaml dullurs.
For fifth of ten instalments for support of
miller, per eighth nrtiele treaty sixteenth
March, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, six
For fifth of ten Instalment for support of
blnchtmith and assistant, uud iron nud steel
for shop, ier eighth nrtiele trenty sixteenth
March, eighteen hundml nnd fifty-four, nine
liumlreil nnd forty dollars.
For fifth of ten instalments for support nf
farmer, per eighth nrllolo tmity sl.iteuntli
March, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, six
For Krepliig in repair the grist and saw mill
provided fur by the eighth nrtiele of tho treaty
of sixteenth March, ilghlwinhniidrcd and fifty
four, fno hundml dollars.
Fur supplying the smith's shop with tools
and keeping the came in repair, per eighth ar
ticle of the treaty nrsixtccnth .March, eighteen
hundred nnd fifty-fonr. three hundred dollnrs.
For an assistant miller, three hundred do-
For engineer nnd assistant ono thousand
olght hundml dollars.
Oiapes For interest on sixjy-nine thou
s.uh1 ono hundml and twenty dollars, at five
iv- rentuni, liing the vnloe nf fifty-four sec
tion of hind set apart second June, eighteen
huni'-e,! and twenty-five, for educational pur
pres. "r Senate resolution nineteenth Jiimi
nry, cighi en hundml nnd thirty-eight, three
thnunnd four hundml nnd fifty-six dollars.
Oltoes and Mamma. For the second of
ten initnlmrnls of this amount, being the sec
ond series, in money or otherwise, per fourth
nrtiele trenty fifteenth 'March, eighteen hnn
dml nnd fifty-four, thirteen thousand dollnrs.
For filth of ten Instalments for pay of mill
er, per seventh nrticlo treaty fifteenth Mureh,
eighteen hundred nnd fifty-four, six hundred
For fifth of ten Instalments for blacksmith
and assistant, nnd iron nnd steel for shop, per
seventh article, treaty fifteenth .March, eighteen
hundred and fifty-four, nine hundred nud forty
For fifth of ten Instalments for farmer, per
seventh nrtlelo treaty fifteenth March, eighteen
hundred nnd fifty-four, six hundml dollars.
For' Keeping in repulr tho grist and saw
mill provided for by tho seventh article treaty
fifteenth March, eighteen huudml nnd fifty
four, three hundml dollars.
For supplying the smiths' shop with tools,
nnd keeping the samu in repair, per soventh
article of the treaty fifteenth March, eighteen
hundml and fifty-four, three huudml dollars.
For assistant rslller, three hundred dollars.
For an engineer nnd assistant, ono thousand
eight hundred dollurs.
Olimeasand Chmewuof Michigan. For
fourth of ten equal annual instalments for edu
cational purposes, to lie expended under the
direction of the President, according to the
wishes of the Indians, so far us may be reostin-
uoio and just, per second urticle or tlio treaty
of thirtj-llnt July, eighteen hundred and fitly
fi.tc. eight thousand dollars.
.For fonrth of five enual annual Instalments
iu agricultural Implcmeiitsnnd carpenters' tools,
household furniture, and building materials,
cattle, labor, nnd necessary useful articles, per
second nrticlo or thg treaty or tlilrty-tirst July,
eighteen hundml oud fifty-live, fifteen thousand
For fourth instalment for the support of
lour oiacKsmun siiora roe ten yeo.ru, per tec-
ond article of .the treaty of thirty-first July,
eignteen Hundred odd lllty-live, lour tuoasand
two hundred and forlv dollars
For fourth Instalment of principle, pnyablc
annually for ten years, to bo distribute:! per
Capita, in the usun1 manner of pitying annui
ties, per second nrtiele of the treaty of thirty
first July, rlghl.'cn hundred nnd fifty-five, ten
For Inten'St on two hundred And sixty-six
thousand d illurs. unpaid1 pnrt or the principal
sum of three hundred nn3 six thousand dollars,
for one year, nt five per centum per annum, to
be distributed per capita, in the usual manner
tit paying rinnnitics, jier second nrtiele of the
treaty of thirty-first July, eighteen hundred
nnd tifty-five, thirteen thousand three hundred
For fourth of ten equal tinrmnl instalments
on thirty-five thousand dollars, in lieu of for
mer treaty stipulations, to bo paid per capita
to the Grand Itivcr Otto was, per second arti
cle of the trenty of thirty-first July, eighteen
hundml nnd fifty-five, three, thousand five hun
Oltowat cf Katiias.Fbr 'their proportion
of the pcrmuncnt annuities In money, goods,
or otherwise, pnyablc under the fourth nrtiele
of the treaty or third August, seventeen hun
dred and ninety-five, second article of the trcn
ly of seventeenth November, eighteen hundred
and seven, fourlh nrticlo of the trcatv or sev
enteenth September, eighteen hundml nnd
eighteen, and fpurth article 6T the treaty ol
twenty-ninth August, eighteen hundred and
twenty-one, two thousand six hundred dollars.
Patented. For second of five instalments in
goods nnd such nrtlctrs as may be necessary
for them, per second nrtie'e tteaty twenty
fonrth September, cightecu hundred and fifty
seven, forty thitisnnd dollars.
For second of ten Ins'ulmcnts for farming u
trnslls nnd stock during the pleasure of the
PrcsMent, ier fourth nrtiele treaty twenty
fourth September, eighteen huudml "und fiity
seven, one tluti'nnd two hundred dollars.
Pcttnuntomtcs ror permanent annuity in
silver, per third nrtiele treaty third August,
seventeen hundred nnd ninety-flvc, one thous
For permanent annuity In silvr, per thinl
nrticlo treaty thirtieth September, eighteen
hundred nnd nine, five hundred dollars.
For permanent annuity In silver, tier thinl
nrtielc treaty second October, elchteen hun
dml nnd cighjicii, two thousand five hundred
For permanent annuity In monev. per sec
ond article treaty twentieth September, eight
een hundred nud twenty-eight, two thousand
For permanent annuity In sneclc. rar sec
ond article treaty twenty-ninth July, eighteen
hundml nnd twenty-nine, sixteen thousand
For life nnnnity to chief, per third nrtiele
treaty twx'iitlcth Octolier, eighteen hundnd
nnd thirty-two, two liu ml ml dollars.
i-or mo annuity to ciiieis, per ifitrd article
trenty twenty-sixth September, eighteen Iian-
dml nnd thirty-three, seven hundred dollars.
np iwiiifMiiinii fiitrmt nut ltionitirA ni i . '
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kicrp, n, kintu iniiiiu nm,j .,iwiiiii ytl"-
lier, eighteen liuinlmi nnd itu-nly-six, second
nrtlelo trenty twintleth S',pcnil",r. eighteen
hiiiidndniiif twenty-eight; nnd fntirth article
trenty tenly.oviith October, eighteen hun
dml and thirty-two, five thousand dollurs.
For jiermuiieiit pro isloti for the payment
of money, 'n lieu c f tobacco. Iror, und sttol.
per stcnid nrlielo treaty twentieth septemner,
eii'btivn hundred nnd twcntv-eight, nnd tenth
article of the treaty of t'ie fifth and seventeenth
.Tunc, eighteen hundred and forty-six, three
For permanent I'rov slon for three block
smith nnd assistants, per second article treaty
twentieth September, eighteen uunarcu ono
twenty-eight, two thousand ono iitindmi ami
For jicrnmneiit provision for Iron and steel
for shot, per tii.rd article treaty sixttonth
October, ilghteen hundml end twenty-six.
and second article treuty twenty-ninth July,
eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, six hundred
nud sixty dollars.
For permanent provision fur fifty barrel of
salt, per cond nrtiele of treaty twenty-ninth
July, eighteen hundred nnd twenty-nine, two
huudml and fifty dollars.
For inten'st on s'X hundml and forty-three
thousand dollars, nt five per centum, per sev
enth article of tho treaty of the fifth and seven
teenth June, eighteen huudml and forty-six,
thirty-two thousand ono hundred nnd fifty dol
For arrenrs of interest, due January first,
eigliteen hundml mid fifty-nine, on fie per
cent, bonds nf the state of Indiana, held In
trust for tho Pottawatomies bv tho Secretary
of tho Interior, twelve thousand and fifty-three
dollars nnd twenty cents. That tho stocks
with wh ch thebeetctary of the Interior is now
charged upon tho books of tho treaeirry under
the head oP'tJlilppOttas. utiowos. ana I'otta
wntomlos, mills nnd education," bo charged to
two senernte accounts to be opoeed nnder the
heads of "Poiluwntoiniv8-.mllls, nnd Potta
watomies education, and tlie becretnry of
the Interior Is hereby authorized, with the
consent of tho Pnttuwatomies. to transfer tho
stocks charged as nforemld tn the new heads
of account in such proportions as he may
deem best for the interest of the Pottawato
Pottawatomie of Huron. For permanent
annuity in money or otherwise, er second ar-
IICIO trraiy Miiciiieciun .Mimnmr, rigmtvii
hundred ami seen, four hundred dollars.
Qiwpuuw For education during the pleas
ure of tho President, per third nrtiele treaty
thirteenth May, eighteen hundred and thirty
three, one thousand dollurs.
For blacksmith and aseistand, and shop
and tools, nnd iron and steel for shop, during
the pleasure of the President, per third article
treaty thirteenth Muy, eighteen hundml and
thirty-three, one thousand and sixty dollars.
For furmer during tho pleasure of the Pres
ident, per third article treaty thirteenth May.
eighteen hundred and thirty-three, six hundred
Itogue Rners.For sixth of sixteen instal
ments in blankets, clothing, and farming uten
sils, nnd stock, per third article trenty tenth
September, eighteen" humlml Mid fifty three,
two thousand five hundml dollnrs.
Sacs atwi Foxet of Miwsuypi.Tor per
manent annuity in goods or otherwise, per
third article Jreaty third November, eighteen
hnndml nnd forth one thousand dollars.
For twenty-eighth of thirty instalments as
annuity in specie, per thinl article treaty twenty-tint
Seplember. eighteen hundred and thir-ly-two,
twenty lhouand dollnrf.
For twenty-clghth of thirty instalments for
gunsmith, per fourth article trenty twenty-first
September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two,
six hundred dollars.
For twenty-eighth of thirty Instalments for
iron nud steel for shop, per fourth nvticlQ trea
ty twenty-first September, eighteen hundred
and tuirty-iwo, mo nunureu nun iweuiy ui'
ioth- , , ,
For twenty-eighth of thirty In3t,alinnfs for
blacksmith nud assistant, shop and tools, per
fonfth article treaty t,euty.firat Septcmbec.
eighteen hundred and thirty-two. eight tiundmi
nud lorty doiitvs
For twenty-eighth of thirty instalments for
iron niul steel for shop, per fourth article trea
ty twenty-first September, eighteen hundred
nnd thirty-two, two hundred and twenty dol
lars. For twcnty-'-ighlh of thirty inslitlftlenls for
lorty barrels of salt nnd forty kegs of tobacco,
tier fourth article treaty twenty-first Septem
ber, eighteen hundred nnd thirty-two ono thou
For interest on two hundml thou.nr.d dol
lars at five per centum, per second article
treaty twenty-fiist October, eighteen hundred
and thirty-seven' ten thousand dollars.
Letter from Kansas,
OapiuN, Kansas TEnniTonr, I
June 7th, 18S9. I
EniToh Sen-tixci.: One year ago the press
throughout the country teemed with articles
on Kansas affairs, Idlers, telegraphic dispatch
es, rrporU of public meetings in and out of the
Territory, nntl speeches in Congress fof and
against the Lccompttin Constitution. No
part of tho United States, from the time of
the whisky rebellion in Pennsylvania down to
tho present time, ever gave the Government
so much trouble as this Territory of Kansas.
No Stnto or Territory ever engendered so
much ill feeling and sowed so many of the
eeeds of alienation nnd discord between the
different sections of the Union. Hut nil ter
restrial things must have an end, and tbe dis
sensions in Kansas, with the interference from
nbrond, the cause of these dimensions, have in
a great measure ceased. The antl-slaveiy nnd
pro slavery propagandists of Mnssachu:etts
and South Carolina have grOandcd their arms.
"Aid Societies' huvc disbanded. Emigration,
permitted to flow In its nutur&l channels, is
rapidly r&op'ing our hills nn ' valleys ond roll
ing prairies vfitunnindust... as, intelligent and
cutwprlsing population ; and there is every
prosntct that ere long "bleeding Kansas" will
emerge from her long ntghf of tribulation Into
the condition of a jieaceful, prosperous, law
abiding, Union-loving, Democratic State.
A great struggle Is now going on between
the Democratic and Ilepublican pnrtles of the
Territory. The Inst legislature culled a con
vention to frame n constitution (constitution
No. -1.) to be submitted to the people for their
ratification or rejection next October. The
election of delegates to the convention takes
place to day, nnd both parties are putting furth
nil their strength to s.'curc n majority of the
delegates. The pro-slavery men being In a
! iw sss sit vi sj in villi lUUIIl WtllVLV
lit itwus, ttitsiftrlf Its i haiiiiI Mu.1ii.Aii
""'"in" iy.imn.ia., kiiij u
1,111, ll,A I I,IA,I,. B. 11.
view to p.-evei'l
the nscendaury of radical ubolitlomtre. Gen.
Whitfield, Judge Klmorc and other lending
pro-slavery men long ago gave up nil hope of
limiting Kansas n slave Slate. 'il,- . -i.
it was impossible to have a slave State with
out slaTe j nm! ni there were not twenty
slaves in tho Territory, nnd many thousends
ol abolition Yuiikccs, Republican Germans nud
Free State Democrats, they went to work to
organize thu Democratic party. The organi
zation was completed at Tecutmch un tlte 10th
ult. A connection there aueubied Itld down
a platform broad cud national, and uoldly
bade defiance to our hitherto victorious ene
my. I have never seen such unanimity among
Democrats, such enthusiasm us animates the
Democracy of Kansas at this time. Tliey have
unfurled their banner, proudly, defiantly it
floats In the breeze. It must and will triumph.
Thousands, long estranged, decoyed into the
enemy's camp, now rally to its support, and
"TiicMiciier oi ut starry ioiu,
Hull with Joy Its added ray,
llmt lulls of freedom' ouuard way."
That Kansas bhould bo admitted, as Oregon
was, under Democratic auspices, is "a consum
mation most devoutly to be wished." Tho ad
mission of Oregon, with her constitution so
Lliberal to the white man and excluding free
blacks as a nuinncc, was u great triumph of
right, justice and truth. When we reflect up
on tho character of tho late House of llepw-
sentntives, tho prescriptive tpirlt of sonto of
the members, tho fatiuticlsm of others, and the
"impracticability" of tho Southern extremists,
we may form some Idea of the obstacles whien
Inv I,, tlm unv nf ibn friends of Oreeon during
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both sessions of tho lato Uongress. A lew ex- !;; "".ung i ,. iu.u6lvu .... ,.,
trenfe Southern mc,n refund to otefor the,'ter. Mtssn. Smith and Grover are evidently
admission bill, allegini; that to do so without ,
tint rofjuiring "a census of the populution,
would be inconsUtcnt with their vote in sup
port of tho "English bill." The Itepublicnns
objected to tho clause of the Oregon constitu
tion which denies to negroes tbe right oi suit
in tlie courts. This cluuc they stigmatized as
barbarous in tho extreme, revolting to every
principle of justice and humanity. This was
what they tauli but the real ground of Uc
publican opposition to tho ndmlssioH of Oregon
was the fuct thut it was Democratic, and the
true ground of the oppositrnti of the Southern
extremists was their unwillingness to vote for
the admission of a free State upon any terms
or under nny circumstances w hutever. I men
tion these facts to show the number and mag
nitude of the obstacles encountered and over
come by the frienuVof tuo admission bill ob
stacles which arfoasly threatened its defeat,
and could be surmounted only by the most
persevering efforts 4nd prudcut management
on the part of its friends.
To your distinguished Senator, Gen Jo.
Lane, Oregon is indebted, more than to eny
and ell other penoris, fof her admission as a
State. From tho time that he went hitner
with the commissioner of Oorernor, Oregon
bus beta known maluly through his reputation
to tlie people on this side of the greafridge,"
Till thjttjjfne it was a terra tifcolta, ills
acceptance of the office of Governor and sub-
Ijseqacot .removal with his 'family, tint, drew
J public "attention in that direction.' People
'll-vl.t . ..nt. ..!. Mjl.t,.!. t.M.iil ,ti,fr nttr.-f-l n
H1UIT&UV I. UVIM,J ,tv,i w, .- ......
mau of his. reputation uuo'prospceU,, must p-
' sees great and substantial advantages. Many
' JlVhom Oregon was known, oiyy in naroo.ne-
ierring to ids judgment, went hither in search
of homes. Elected Delegate by tie people
with whom lie had thus identified himself, lie
has, to n great extent, controlled the legisla
tion of Congress on questions involving their
interests. And here I may be pcrmltteel to
say. from my own observation, (having spent
a part of the last two winters at Washington)
that no man could be more faithful, more de
voted to the interests of his constituents than
he has been. To ids great personal influence
and untiring exertions is to be mainly ascribed
the success of Oregon's application for admis
sion into the Union, nnd to his great popular
ity Is to be attributed much of the enthusiasm
of the grand popular elemonstratton tin tho ev
ening of the day of tho passage of thondmis
sion bill. Tho President c tletUnlH State
on that occasion congratulated him upso the
success of bis exertions In bringing a new
Stnto into the Union, and complimented the
Oregonlnns upon tho choice of so able and dis
tinguished a statesman and patriot to repre
sent them in the United Stales Senate. "Old
Duck" never appeared In belter spirits or ut
tered sentiments more heartily responded to by
the andlcnco addressed than on this occasion.
"Well may the Oregonlnns delight (o honor
so tried, true and faithful n Representative of
their interests as Gen. Jo. Lane. In honoring
him they honor themselves, nt least, sucn is
the estimation In which he7is held orf this sldo
of the mountains. We have a fane, the noto
rious "Jim," In this Territory. But, what a
contrast 1 If nature had gone to work to give
to the world the most convincing proof of the
versatility of her power, she could not have
succeeded more admirably than she has done
in tho production of thoe two men. In no
repect whatever do they bear any resemblance
to each other. The one, n soldier of undoubt
ed courage, unassuming In his manners as he
is firm and determined in action, honest and
true in all tho relations of life, ts as much
loved and rwpcctcel for his many exalted qosl
itlcs, as the other is execrated and despised for
Ills faithlessness and duplicity, his heartless
selfishness, and shameless disregard of tf itiMt
conventional decencies an3 proprictlrs.yjfwspt.
an observance of Tfhicb society woul
to n stnto of worse than heathen bai
The one, signalized by heroic deeds on stWW,
tie-field, distinguished in the councils ofjffS&F'f
tlon for sound JnJgment and Incorrupt
tegrity, enjoys tho confidence, nt lenstjjkoje.
pect, of political friends and foes ; heujTj
scouted by men or nil parties ns an uefjif
pled, knavish demngogne, a ruffianly, j"
guard and Imudit. If anything were ;
tu giro tin.' urvgomuin n itioruugli SprWiiv
tlon ottlieit Line, I won'd suggest to lictrTlo
exchange him for onhllo for our Lane. .
But 1 find I urn extending this comsMMt&t
tlon beyond the limits which I !nkndiJEjA.
few wonls In regard to tho late Fikes5si
mania, about width you have doubtless mm!
much in your exchange. "Pike's PcaVJW
proved an iiitiuuuur, leading thouMtss
from happy Iwmes to poverty and ruin Bsw
tlie rumor came that gold existed on thjMifi
of the mountain, u great mulUude,ssslsf"i
nhaVd with food and other neecttanss. hi
ud towards the new El Dorado. In niitnUsf,
equipments (if I may mo the term,) in
oarer lnste- to reach the goal 01 llicir n
in their uncouth drees ; nbovo all, in
reckless improvidence and iwglccl of all
ble preiiaratloti for a journey attended with st
many p.-i-atiens anl prik they reminded oae
foroibly of tlw description gien by historians
of the promiscuous und uuaccoutred rnbblo
which fullowcd llir the Hermit and Walter
tlie Penniless) in the first crusade. The result:
was what all men of the least discerntneot
eould easily foresee. Tho bubble bunted. A
panic seized thu emigrants before many of
them had reael.ed their destination ; they set
out to return ; most of tliem succeeded in
reaching the settlements In n destitute cowl I-
tionj a few, lcs fortutm'e, jierlshcd on tho
way from exposure, futlguo and hunger.
I cannot close without mentioning the two"
colleagues of Gen. Lane, whom 1 had tho
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men oi ability, and witu experience iu e.ou
gre-ssional life may become influential member
of their respective Houses. With the veteran
Lane they constitute n delegation of which an
State might be proud. The delegation of Or
egon w ill bear a comparison, I think, wills'
thut of any Statu Id the Union, in respect of
the ability of those whom she has chosen tu
represent her. SENEX.
Washington Ir!n;r was once congratula
ting n friend who had nround him a blooming
faipily knit together In tho strongest affect
" I can wish you no better off." said ho with
enthusiasm, " than to Lavo a wifuand children.
If you nro prosperous, there they are to hru
jour prosperity j if otherwise, there tbey aro
to comiort you ; and. indeed, 1 have ewervu
that a married man falling into misfortune, Is,
more apt to retrieve his situation lo the world
than a single one, partly because he is more
stimulated to exertion by tho necessities of
tho helpless and beloved being who depend
upon him for ossLtuuce, but chiefly because
his spirits are soothed and relieved by domes
tic endearments, and his self-respect ket nMvo
by finding that though all abroad Is darkiMSS
and humiliation, yet there Is still x little world
of love at home, of which he U the g-iooersh.
Whereras a siugle mun Is apt to rns to waste
and sejr-neglect to laucy b'mi-fcelf loiwly snd
abaudoned, and bis Lct-rl to fiiil to'rsds, Kk
somo deserted mansiou for wat ean tababi
taut. ' .,',''
It if often in small matters that tjte akos
gest fclits are most strikingly titfJys, ,
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Some wretched wag who sfeotdd not be pr,
milted at large, says ; " It U all MBiatwe Ut
try Sickles,' when reapers and raowerc seeiy
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