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TV minili'T ir inn'rtiont should bo marked on
lh tnnrgui of aihirlbvmi.'iiti'.
BOOK AND JOB
PL&liK AM FAK87
mm and job rnnou
OP CYERY DESOrtlPTION,
Executed "I th Neatness ami Dbpatch, In Iho
BEST STYLE OF THE AHT, AT
VERY LOW PRICES
To Null tliq Tlmoa.
Our vtiorlment of material li new ami rxtcn
five, rxl all onlrrn lor 1'laln, Ornamcnt.il. nml
Vtatj I'rlntlnt;, promptly flllnl in n manner
that will not fall to eltcaatwactlon. A'fiill
uvrtment of l.w IImvuh, micIi u lifla..Mort-
tlwaya on baua, ana ronuio cucap.
ATTOIINEY AT LAW,
Will practice lu all the CourUor tlio :i.lJuiN
clil Llittrlcl, the btirvuie Court-of Uregou, uml
la YrrU, Cal.
l'irtlcuhr attention paid to procuring; Iiml
WarrunU ami collecting claluu ugaluat tlio (!ov
W. S. BEOCK,
Atlomry ami t'ouniclor nt Irftvt. ami
SOLIOITOR N OHANOERY,
Kmciib City, Oitkuii.
Will nractlco In the varlou Court of III .Tr-
rllory, uml promptly altrml lo Iho colbri o i of
claims iigaiutt Iho Unilitl Slnti's tluimli .in
rlllelrnl nent rrhMhiK at Wuolilnxtoti, UHeo
lu KiiK'euv City, I.auo County, O. T. SOU'
W. G. T'VAULT,
Attorney & Counsellor ut JLtuv,
like, Up km rn, over tho Skxtinei. Odlce.
u itiiti lo lila cure piompuy ,ii-
i cl 9, 1838.
It. B. SKELLING,
ATTOLINJSY AT LAW,
"lice, on Maiu tfltxct, four doom foiilh of thv
U ill practice iii Iho DUIr.ct Court or Juck
on county. O, T. i:lM
DR. L. "gANUNG
riiyiltUn, Niu-grun ami Aroutlur,
OBce, on California tlrvt, H'coiid door from
the Tiu Shop.
The largext and beat selection of Drugs and
"tent Mixliclne couitantly on hand. UmO
I. N. SMITH,
Attoriity ami C'ouiiMlUr at Lnv, unit
SOUIOITOR IN QHANOERY,
Cory.tll,, Oisku . 'JO
HORACE G. BUBNETT,
Attorney St. Counsellor at Ltiiv,
Collections, nml all profeealonal business
Kumptly attended to, aitf
THOMPSON & GREEH,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
Otlke, at the "Jacksonville Drug Siore." north
tide of California street, (bird door tbovo tho
L. S.TU0M1MON, H! P. 0. W. 01IKK1I, H. ).
Jalyfl, 1838. 23tf
For Jasluon CuiiI'i Hit non.
Deed, Mortgages, Powers of Attoruey, etc.,
drawn up, wid Conveyauclng geuerally prompt
oiifetjtie Post OMcc, Jatks nvllle. 39tf
JAMES D, FAY,
Altorney anil Cuosellur at law,
Will mUco In all iho Courts or tiu State,
aMatUaipfomptly to allbukluessfntnutodtQ
Wicsre; ' llvl
ti.is .- J
Lowfo Zlglor, Wm. Wilkinson.
ZIGLER & WILKINSON
T.TAVIJ TAKKN TIIK " UNION
jlx iiwruij ".luckfouviii
nml have completely
the came liy '
Rofiiting and Painting.
New Bods and Bedding.
Tin- llottno In now In COMl'liLTH order In
accommodate customers. Th" proprietors vlll
pare no pains to rend'r llicic customers happy
n.id cnmrortnlilc during thelrstny.
Having nipritor Cooks and Blcwards, with a
well ciippliiil hirilcr. they in- authorized In ay,
tiix llml th-lr TAIIi;n Hiatl bunl.iimiii.iirv
Ktipilltil with nil Hint In necessary lo satlsfr tlio
tnt nml fancy of Hie greatest or epicure.
ulil ..ill IIH, ,MI. Hill 1O.10, mi
I...... .I.... n I
r'pilK sUIIS0IMIimriT.VINO ERKOTRD
sl" n large mldllltm lu tin null kmmn st Hid,
slltiuo.1 in lliu town of Krrlyvillc, on th
roHil'lit AllhoiiK" pallor Digging uml.j;rcs
cehl City, rollclifrfl Minreof pulilio patronage.
Will always be furlilflicd with the belt lliu
market umml '
Single Itooms furnished on literal terms.
JOHN It. PIUNIILU.
Kcrbyvllle. Juno 20, IMtl. ;j2tr
3PH0SPBCT RANcu j
AppU'KUtu Greek, O. T.
Till" iinilcMlRiiwl irlfliin to Inform hU frtcmls
nml tin' trawling public that. IiixvIiik tin
proriil Iho above Itnitch, (hatr-irnyMtni'vii Kit
liyvlllo ami Jnckfoiivlllc, forniirly known ni
" n iaiin.,1 .inn inane arrniivnicniK Willi
n lamlly to lako clmrRo or Iho lioun, lie In non
iimianxl lo nccoiniiioitato all who way patron
ize him, In the very Inm! hitIc.
Will nl all limes bo mipnlliHl with the lx.it the
inniket allonlnj ami comllnnl with rooiI
Stnblincr, Kay and Grain.
anil u careful ImMler In ntleml.tnce Ab lioici to
Hutu u ruaru oi pnuuc p.iiroiin.
HAS crrctid n New and t'ommodlotn Tav
ern Stand u( Iho Houth llml or the llig
DUUULAH COUXTV..O. T
Where he. J prvparctl lo 'ui'commoil.ite the t.uli
11c hi' irooil atTle. The louir rmTilnieo or the
I proprietor at Uils. point preclude Iho nccetalty
fM.lM "-' ' - - - -- - .
will bona well furnltlied iu tho country alTonln.
Ii uppllitl with llnynnd Cralu lu abundance.
AiiIiimU will rvcvivu i.irllcular attention.
IImtv iillvnllon im'iI lo u-uder IhoMiuho call
comfortable and Nillfthd. -Iblf
HAS I-'r cl irN'W Ixi.lding and rvdlled the
old l.iver.i iiiud nt
CS1,J '-(BMB.-av'-Ji.a H.V.9
NORTH KM) OK TIIK (JAN VOX,
lJnii,ilaxCou.il). O. T,
Wlnijvhi' Ik pn paiiM lo occommodiitetliQTrav-
I..IK i uiilic in K"l i'li'.
Will Io a well fimiMud n any In Oregon.
I Inrgv. aad will Mipplul wllh Hay mid drain.
I'un eular attention p.i.d lo nuim.il,
trKvrry ntleutlou .ild to Ihoro who may
fat or liliu wllli n will. 'J-lllf
A 1'INIv Iiiih op-mil uml will
icpu Urlcla. Itottuuraul.
Main street, Hoseliiirg, Ogu.
Iioarilni, ly tin- link, oi.d mini K'rud at
nil iMHir-. lo Hiitcu-toimr. 't'he llvflauraiit Is
.&. G-oocl 3t.lolo,
wh'Tv tr.iv in can l' uccumini'd itid wllh
.o.il liurM iird iiftl audi " ni iI'PkmiI lo
trhi umi tall can Le lurniilitd wllli GOOD
IIHUri, wariuultd ohn.i and comlorlable.
ltosbiirg, Augti't IS. IMP. tllyl
Jaclituill lllr, lllKul1'
Is prepared to take Pictures in uvery stylo or
iuu Art, wllli nit I no latest improvements, n
do not giro satractlou,uochargtui will Ixsmade.
Call at Funk's OiKT Store, or at tho (lallery os
tho Hill, and see his Picture, ' Utf
( i. ,. ,i I,,,
J, II. IIKKO, ABIUIIAM IIKROEN,
REED &. BERGEN,
Attorneys nt Jnv,
Havlntr aasoclatetl themclvc touether In tho
Practice of Law In Jowphiuo County. Oreson,
will attend to any biulueas cntrueteil to
Septeinlw 8, 1839, fc .Oltf
J. II. RKKll,
Attorneys nt J a yv ,
Will alteud luany bmlness confldtd to them la
mo neural uouris oi iuu iqrai juiuci.ii iituiti
or Oregon, aud In the Supruuii Court. ,
September 8, 1839. 3ltf
Law and Collection Office,
UKO. II. WlLUAUl, A, C. UIUM.
(lato Uiief Jutttce.)
WILLIAMS & GIBBS.
Will nratlco hi the Courts of Oregon pd
NoveioU-r, W$, a'-'tfcC
R; lAVDEI... -'"'"
COUNSELLOJ AT-L Av,
OaJrc st Korbysllle, Oegsaft' v Hf
McLiwo'g Treaty with Mnn
Tho Ciililni'l had held its final mwtlnif orcr
this ducument, nml, tho corrcsponilcnii nv
dutcrmincd to return It with n ciuuliflntl no!
provnl." .Mr. .Mcrino'd prlvnlc Fcurclnry
left WahInttton on tlio evening 0f tlio .tfi
August, for IVinncola, wliero ho was to tnko
tlio ilooiHir-nar llriioklyn, for Vcnl C'ruz, cur
rying wllli him Iho tniity nmject. Tim wri
ter, wlio comniiinlcntt's tlio liimrnlnir lni..lii.
jrence, fniN to lliu- us uny detnlln. IVrlmiM
the rcniliT m.iy mill n ciuo lo wlmt tho coriiis
ponilint rrfiri to. wlicn lie nays the Treaty ha
recelvcil n "qiinllfiiil nppniva1," In tlio follow
Injf extract from u letter 16 tho Phlludolphlu
It it pri'lly well nccrlnlncil that llio I'rcsl
dent Iiiik nt liittriietlons to MeLnm;. ImMIiiff
upon u cci(nii of Lower Unlll'ornln liy .Mexi
co, in niMllinn to Mlliiil.ilioiu In Hie proposed
project nfjx-ciliitf 'l'tioiili.Ho nml .Sonorn,
iilid nropiwinir the nMiimntlon, lit the Tnlil
Htnttf.iif the payment nfclnlnn nf our citizens
Wiint Mi'xlcn. t" lio Mttltil by n conimis
alnu ; uml the p.iyinent, lu iiddltion, nf some
nillliom ol ilollnw to .Mexico for such ce.sion.
nml other MlpulntlotH ineiitinneil. Tho funn
nml phmeo!w nirin?tl by .Mr Mofciuo for
liie pnipifni imiiy niivo own niaiermny niou-
itiiti mm cunntii.
It l-t itnderMnml '.li.it Mr. MeLino is to
nrcH the "ilnii of 1iwer Onllfornia as u ine
;in wow, nml t f.xhiliit his inHritctloiis tin
tlnlt iHilnl. It U finipnetl llml this will hl-
eiiri' the ultlnmti' iu-iiiii'ci-iicc o( Junrtznnd
his M;iiiU'r.-, nml tlio l.ilientl party niemlly,
uml lliat material uld rurtiNlictl by our Feder
al Uiivirniiieiit to thoi.lk'nil party will ena
ble it to triumph nrrr.ull opponents and (stub-
litli llscir us the iicrmiim ut (Jovcrnmciit of
Without Iho express nuthnrity of both
IIoiijm of Congress, Hie President possesses no
power to uiitliorlw or allow the tmops nf the
Unltcil Slates In pass the borders nl Mexico,
mid miiulo in the contest there. Tho invasion
of a riiiYijrti Stale, even ut tho Instance of the
oV'iirfo or tkjttre tiovenimrnt of such Stnte,
rccojinizeil by tlio United Hlnles, is n measure
wliirh, under tlm Constitiitioii, tho Vmr hlent
does not possess thu(pmvcr to ndoiil. Nor can
ho iiupon'o wiui mo iiruirniiiy laws, nrr au
thorize tlielr Infmclloo by cltlwns of the Uni
l Blnles. In nid of tlio i.ilieral nartT In Mex
ico; but, on Iho contrary, lie is sworn to wo
the laws faithfully executed, mid if lie should
connite nl their violation, he would not onlv
Dti remiss in uis uuiy. nut ins comma would
exhibit n gross Inconsistency to tho course he
pursued against Uriicnil Wuiker res)cclliig
iMcaragua, ami nouni lunject mm to impencli
mrnt. It is supposed, hnwevcr, that Hie money
which will bo supplied to tho Liberal parly,
ns stipulated in the treaty, will niwwcr Hie
wished for object. This cuiinnt, however, lie
produced directly from tho (lorcniinent of the
United Ktates, till CongrrH has made nn np
proprhitiou for that object. No money what
ever h.u Utn appropriated by Congress In nn
ticipution or nny treaty of uny kfod, imhUTiH
probable Hut well miproprHllonsJMfirrnntrd
the middle of January, irunv nmirnnrlnllons
should bo made, the money will probably jmve
iu uv raiM.ii uv a louii.
An Oi.n-rAsiim.NKi) Momim. Ah. how
much meaning is compriMil In tti.it simple ox
prff Urn. the ntd finhwiitil mollur. It carrier
our thoughts back Killnuo women who-o home
Influence was purennd flovalimrt who tnnslit
their d.iughiers how to bo blemiugs lo socletv,
by their goutiness, their dlltigenrc. nml their
uneful ktiimhiluc. UV think of the lofty ho
roiiiu, lliocndiininct'. the tliousarxl rirluw they
Inculcated, uml sh(h ut Hie contrast Ik'Iivitii
the past nml the present. How few modern
iiiotiiers iinilerstuml or iierrorm (heir duty in
training llieirchildren. A Muttering ortliis.
that mid Hie other, Is considered quite lufflclent
edneulloii, nml tosliow off to udvnulnire is
made tho great ImiMess of life. No wonder
there. nrt so iiinny ilrsnlate unsidM, so many
unhappy wives to many drinking, gambling
Is IlKMnms IlKAUnrui.? Always I In Hip
child, the mahlen. the wife, the mother, religion
shine- with u holy benign mi beauly nf its own
iiliich nnlhiiiir on earth ran mar. Never yet
was female rlmrurler perfect without Hie steady
faith n piety. Ilt-mily. Intellect, wt-ilth ! I hey
lire nil likcinilfulls, dark in Hie hrightest day.
iinlless re'ijrhm throws her soft beams uround
them toprify uml.oxn't, nuking twice glori
ous that which seemed ull Invliuess before.
IMiifhm is very beautiful, in health or in
sickness, in wealth or in poverty. Wo enn
never enter the sick chamber of Hm good, but
soft mii'do Hx-imtto flout on tho air j mid the
Imnlrn of their smntn " Ia lieaeo is here."
Co'itd we look into the llioiiMndi of fami
lies today where discontent fi-ihta nll.uilv
with life, wo should find the chief cause of un-
luippimw, want of rclwion In woman. 0, re-
iiirioni iienigiMiil iii.ijesiy,iiuli no thy thmne
Ihoii sillest. glnrioas mid exulted, Not nlion
--Hk clouds come never between thee nml truly
pious so-ls, not beneath the clouds, for nbovo
ines is I leaven, oeiimg through u broad vista
oi cxcetilmg beauty.
A Tiiikk Noxpi.osss:d Tho San Franciico
7im relates the following ;
A funny occurrence look plaeo a few nights
since, and is related nl follows i A gentleni.in.
well known in this community for Ills brevity
and tho matter or fact manner in which he
conducts all Ids affairs, wua altvnin in lit1u.l.
chamber when he wss aroused liy the found M
a man BVTaiiiiiiuix up me water spout near tho
window at tho head of his bed. lio quietly
drew nut a Imgrf l.nrso pistol which he kept
loaded under his pillow, mid as n human head
protruded Into the room, ho lereled tlm wrunnn
direct h Hie fuco of Hie intruder, will. th
quiet remark, "ou get I" The thief, upon
meeting this unexpected reception, let go his
hold. Jumped to tho ground, and as he ,1 .ap
peared in tho darkiw, uttered tho simile re
sponse, " You bet 1" 8ince this midnight ad-
venture our Wieu nus neconie moro (ban prer
a believer' In. thn old adage that "brevity b
ll.A an..l r .1 M -
lliu puui vi nn,
LaROK DaMAOK Sl'IT AQAINST Cm. T.'n.
UONT. Tlolln-r A Crenshaw, nn .1.1 A .,i
couimencol un action in tho Distrlc Hmirt nt
3laripoaa pounty, says tlm nr, against John
0. Ii'reinont and two others to recover 810.500
damages.aud to nbato thonu'lance nlledgeil to
bJ done, by the Fremont dam nt ltV ITnllow,
to their mining elalmi and nt'ning macliincrr
at "Washington I'luti en the Merced riycr.
A lwly l.ieing alwnt to marry a small man,
was.told (kit, he was a very bad fellow. "Well1
said (ha Idy, " if ho is so bad, there U one
comfort there is very i(t'e of him I"
A usdt beimr asked to waltz, cayo the fol-
lowInj?senibe.aud nnprQprite answer : ",Xo,
I tl'aak yon, sjr ; ,f have Imt-ctii; cncish at
sull'ers It lo jia-s nlong. Tlio largo jwipcr-mlil
is kept In constant motion by I ho simple econ
omy. Miiuy mouths lire led III the maiiiifactiire
ofp.iper, uml Inttlhgcivoi fo scntturvil broafl
cast over the land mi tlio sheets Hint nro daily
I n r mil nut ; uml iu Iho dilurcnt processes
throiiuh which it pasccs, money is made. Bo it
is In tho living hundreds nl people. They net
enough or money. It passes through their
hands every day, nml ut Hie yeure's end they
nro no butter Jf. What is Hie reason T They
wiui i n limn. I neir 'Cxpciuiiiurcs are increas
ing, nml no nnmlirnl good Is itttulncd. Tliev
want llieui ilammud up, so Hint nothing will
pass through their hands without bringing
something back"; Tvithoul accomplishing somo
useful purpose. Dam up your expenses, and
you will soon hnvo enough occasionally to
spare ullttlajust like that dstn. Ixikutthat,
my friend I" 'J'rcnton Tme Amuuan.
Xkw AsTinoTM to It.trnxsxAKi: Hitb
The great niiniU'r of kisoiis who have suffer
ed dentil Irom mttleKiiako IjI tt-ss in Iho West
this season, (tweiityltve or thirty.) hul Imlnml
Prol. Christy, of tho Ohio Medical College, to
make, n series or extcriiucnts with n view to
ascertaining n reliable nutidote for tiie poison.
lie recently maim u trip to mo eouiii, procur
ed u number oftlun drailly reptiles, mid is now
experimenting with them iu Cincinnati. The
rwnilt solar Is us follows:
A dog was introduced to thosnnko's cage and
was immeihjlely bitten. I'rof. Footo ndmis
istcretl to liim Imndy containing five drachms
bromine, four grains of iodido 'of potassium,
mid two grains or corrosive sublimate, lie
rtcnuTvd lu usliort time. To test the ques
tion whether his recovery was duo to Hie bran
dy, or to tho ingredients it contained in solu
tion, another dog was stifll-rcd to bo bitten,
mid tlm bromine, iodide of Mtnj!uiii nml cor1
i oilve suhlimatti administered tiloiie. An hour
after, heeemeil to be ret wring slowly. Tlu
next. c.X)crinirniiWill be ta administer tho -bran-irj'
alnmywhleWs xhitw-,'" "- "(Iwtiwt
Ticrxinatioi or this TonrsT Divoncc Surr.
The N. V. Iltmhlmji concerning the Fur
rest divorcosiill r Thl cvlebrnteil caue. whlcli
lias so lon-'occuntcil thcat eiitlou uftlie court
uud tho public, is ut hut on lh uvo ofaflnal
ettlemeiit. liy Hie decision of Juilirn Wood
ruff, thu question of iillmouy has Ih-en sent
liefiiro n rclerw.' .Mr. Ilradley wliojo nwunl,
it is expected, will lie nude soun. IVmliiiL'
his nrhrilmtion, nn interlocutory decision nf
the court gives to Mrs. Forrest nn allowanco
ol 61!00 a mouth, and 6I.C00 Uw fees out nf
the defendants eslntc. Tho counsel Tor the
lady nro Charles O'Conor, Nelson Chase and
uenjamin Ualb nlth, ami for 3Ir. Forrest, John
Van llurcn and Jitmes T, llrady. It is iirnba
b'e, from Hie gmerul clianuler of Hie evidence,
that the referee will allow Mrs. Forest from
8.1,000 to 83.000 u ji-nrmit of Hie delendanfs
estate, the runner being the sum nwurded by
Hie venlict or the ury wlilch Irhsl the case.
1 ie tides this, iho will b.- entitled to tlienrrenr
ages. Hint have nei i ! ! uee then, uud wliicli
will amount to upwuid or 8'.'0,()00. The law
costs will ulso form miolher formid.ib'e Item
tho sum or 81,3(10 allow tl liy the court Air
the present proctMling- upiCH'titing but n
small portion oftlii'nggr :u.
A pair or sweet I ins. a iiu-ure or two or
delicate hands, mid a pink walit ribbon, will
do us much to unhinge a nun as three lems,
tho measles, u lunre sited whnonim! cauuli.
u p-ilr of lockjaws, wvenil liydmphobius, uud
Mrs. Swisihcliu. in her letters to vounir
ladies s.iys :
Jivery country girl knows how to color
nil with madder. ' This we belieru to bo an
elhiiologjcul lact us we have always noticed
that with ull girls the muddcr they get Hie
rvuuer iney gei.
Let uo man bo too proud to work, or be
aslumed ol a hard list or a sunburnt counten
ance. Let him bo usliamed only ul Ignorance
mid sloth. 1il everJVtuuu'ba ushametl or d-
Jioue-Uy ana idleness.
A coi'.NTiiYMAii going to town with a load
of pork, was met by u young girl who genteel
ly made lum a low courtesy.
" What I tiu you. mako a courtesy to dead
hogs T" he exclaimed.
No sir," niuwervd she, " to tho live one."
A Miwouri husband stood nt tho grave of
his wlio ; "I vu lost cow3, lie said to a neigh
bor, as the cojlln was lowered Into the giave,
" I've lost sheep jI've lost horses, and I've lost
calves, but this Is the wust of tho whole lot."
A good hook and n good woman are ex
cellent things for tho&o who know how Justly
to appreciate their value. There are men.
however, who Judge of. both from tho beauly
of tho covering. Doth should be well bound
but never loaned.
' A lady of wealth put her daughter, who had
been rMinreredby Indolence under a coverncss.
Upon calling to inquire how her daughter
progressed wun ner studies, sbe was toied,
"Not very well." "Why, what Is the reason T"
'8ho wants eaiwcity.'' ''Well you know, I
don't regard expeuso; purchase oud immedi
ately." Ilobert C. McDonald, the man who killed
lis paramour, Virginia Stujmt, In New York,
ios been Indicted foe trimler and remanded
for trial. He will, in all probability bo
A policeman In New York, .whitest tempt
ing to shoota, disabled liorsoon Ilroomo street,
killed a respectable citiieii n'amed Ja?ob Qt
linger, who hsprwoed to be passing.
: Itelwim wigmiimlm, (ta
23i JWJWH. -.w'y
M WHtW SOT MOW, HIH
m tHM'NrfhiMrW uikd
tt.titMi. i-f'lwn.iii.1 Hmm.
' swwW. i tws m4 sWr
W 9& SSWIHM wf USMM, SIS
Ha-isct rocks, Iioston boy, Massachusetts, U-lug
one Imirnrilic unii"' "rnnuiiiirt u .". ... .
prmtctl lo cuiunloto the work ncconllng to the
original cstimutc, forty-sorcn thousand
ninety dollars nml thirty-six cents.
For conumilnth.ti ol fuel mid
ofliccrs of the urmy SirTfug on llglii-lidiisc tltt-
ty, the payment of which Is no longer provided
for liy "hu quartermaster's department, two
thousand tlireO hundred and sixty-seven dol
lars uml forty-onir cents.
Fur compensation of two siiiiprintcndciits
for tho lilu-MivIng stations ou the const uf
uing Island uud uw Jersey, three thousand
For compensation cf fifty-four kccitcrs of
stutious, ul two hundred dollars each, eight
thousand tour liundrt
and fnrty-Hirco cents.
thousand four hundred uud sixty-three do!
I'or the best lllu-bbnt. to be placed nl ench
of tho twenty-eight ille-saving stations on thu
coast of New Jersey, six thousand four hund
red nnd forty dollars, mid so much money us
wut nmiroiir tiled ut l liu last sessmn or l.'one--
ress fur this purpose ns remains unexpended is
hereby directed to be enrried to thu surplus
For rcpniriug tlio life-saving stations ou the
const of Ion'g Island uud New Jersey, two
Sumy of Hie Pnbhe ImhiIi. For surveying
the public lands, (excliisivu or UnlUornia, Ore
gon, Washliigtou, New .Mexico, Kuiiiuj, Ne
braska nnd Lluli,)'iiicliidiiig Incidental c.xhii
mm uud island surveys in the interior, nml nil
other special mid difficult surveys dcmuiidmir
augmented rules, ,to lie- npporlimied and ajn
iuii.il 10 in-.' several surveying uistriels, nccorii
lug to the exigencies of the public service, in
cluding cxK.'nscii ol selecting swump lands uml
the coiiyieiisutlon nnd exiicuses Id survey or
to locutc'iirivntc land claims ill Ixiiisiunu, In
additiou to the une.x tended balances of all for
mer niiPlicntions, sixty thousand dollars.
J'nr.aurveying tlupiiblio lands und private
Und clln'lli'llrutllT'ltmM(lK nhv w
p ines iiiuident ti the survey nrclaiuu', und to
bj disbursed ut the rules prescribed by law for
thu'dlQJrcnt kinds uf wurk, forty-three thou-
salid dollars. -r
For coutlnulnnr the survey nf base, meridian,
standard parallels, townihip. mid section llnc-s
in New Mexico, twenty tlumaiid dollars.
For surveying the neecSMiry Imiu meridian,
standard piirnllelH. tiiwnliip, uml se'cticfii lijies
in Iviiiisus mid Nelirudtu, iihn outlines of In
dian reservations, including liabilities incurred
In Hie years eight en hundred nnd filiy-fivc,
eighteen hiiiiilritliindlllly-six.elghUvti hundred
uud fifty-seven, uml eighteen hundred uud lift v
ciplit, forty ihousand dollars.
For preparing the iiiillnlslicd records of pub
lic und private surveys to be transferred to Hie
Stuto authorities, under the provisions of the
uct of tncllth Jiiucciglrtccn hundred uud forty,
lu thoso districts where the surveys nre ubout
being completed, ten thousand dollurs.
For rcsurveys nnd examinations of tiie sur
veys of the public lands in those Ftates when
tho offices or Hie surveyors general hnvo been,
or shull be, closed, under tho acts uf twelfth
June, eighteen hundred mid forty, and twenty
second Junuary, eighteen bundled mid fifty
three, including two thousand dollars for tho
siliiry of the clerk detailed to this Hjiecial ser
vicu in the (icucrul Lind-Ofiice, two thousand
Fur surveying tho public lands iu Oregon, to
lie disbursed nt tho rates now authorized by
'aw, twenty thousand dollars.
For running und marking that part of Hie
woitern boundary ol Minnesota wlilch is not
defined by tho natural landmarks, cstlmntcd
distance ono hundred aud thirty miles, lire
For binding field notes, pints, and records nf
survey's in the office or Iho suneynr-gcnerul of
ICunsas ami Nebraska, one thousand dollars.
l'or preservation of the colk-etlonsorilie e.
lilorinjr and surveying expeditious of the gov
ernment, four thousand dollars.
For collection of agricultural statistics, in
vestigations for promoting agriculture und
rural economy, nnd the procunment of cuttings
nnd seeds, forty thousand dollars: l'roinlnl.
That un wrt of this appropriation shall be
used or expended in defraying tho expenses of
uny body of men or delegates assembled in
Washington or elsowhero ns nn agricultural
congress, or advisory board on ugrlculture,
convened under the orders or by authority ol
tho Secretary of tho Interipr, or uny oilier per
sou under any name or for nny pretended ob
for drawings to illustrate me mechanical
report of Iho commissioner of patents for the
year eighteen hundred nnd lifty-tlght, six
For support, care, nnd medical treatment of
forty transient paupers, medical and surgical
patients in Washington inilrmary, six thou
For purchase of manure for publio grounds,
one thousand dollars.
For hire of carts on tho public grounds, one
thousand and ninety-five dollars.
For niircliaso of trees, nnd tree-boxes, to re
place where necessary such os have beep plant
ed by tho United gtutes. and tho reulr of
pavemcnis in iront oi iuu puutio pruumu,
three thousand dollurs.
For annual repairs of the Capitol, water
closets, public stables, water-pipes, pavements
and other walks within the Cunitol Houtirc.
broken glass nnd locks; and for protection of
the building, live thousand dollars.
For annual repairs of the President's house
nnd furniture, improvement of grounds, pur
cliaso of plants for garden and making hot
IkxIs (herein, and contingent expenses iucident
thereto, three thousand dollars.
For fuel, in part, of the President's Louse,
ono thouMBd eight hundred dollars.
Por lighting tho Capitol nnd President's
house, the grounds around them and around
the Executive offices, and Pennsylvania Ave
nue, and Bridge and ifitrli streets In George-1
own, fi.rlytbree thousand dollars, '
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Fo.rw'mnl6thiFWwMciW or-ftbn Yiorth
ironi or tlio i'uteiit-onico building, grading and
)niViujf rfnvOrn uiuml the ku h cnrlownir
, trout jnrds, mid improvnii nourt xsrd, lltty
To enable the Secretary of the Interior
purchuso lor Messrs. Little, Jlrown nnd Com
pany, two thousand copies of the eleventh vol
ume of the United Statutes nt Large lor dis
tribution, agreeably to un ncl of Congress di
recting tho distribution of the other volumes,
seven thousand dollurs.
For public reservation number Iwn nnd I.n-
iiiyciie tfqttnre, two tiiniisaiiil dollars,
I' or making jcnses mid fitting up rooms In
uiu i uiciii-unico uaiiumg (orcccitcconjrlght
matter, and fur transferring, arranging, und
tuking care of the same, thirtv-slx hundred
Government llfitpilol fur the lmant. For
continuation of wall enclosing tho grounds,
three thousand five hundred doflnrs.
For flirnisliln? the nresent linsnllnl rntiilnn.
ntton, comprising the centre ami thrc sections
or tho vvlug, rourtcen thousaud three hundred
For fire apparatus, nine hundred dollars.
For pnitituig and sanding battlement and
window heads nnd frames, nnd tracing window
sash of the live scetion of tho Luspltul cdlflcr
erected, eight humlrtd dollars.
I' or grueling und planting trees about the
hospital edifice and upon.lhe approaches thorctu
within tho grounds, ono thousand 'dollars. .,
Towards tiu; completion' of the four sections
of the east wing which will complete tho hps
pital edifice, forty thogsaml dollars.
For tho su iiport, clothing, and medical treat
ment of Hie jtisnue of tlicDiilrict or Columbia,"
nml oi too urmy ami navy, nl the asylum in
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rum uiaiiitt, miiiij luur luuuiuiiu lliu uuuurvu
For salaries nml Incidental cxticmics bT llu
institution of the deaf nnd dumb, nnd blind In
tho District or Columbia, three thousanJ dot-
i-'orirti3rtd!uucwred Jwt'lTmTnory io
taking the eighth census, fifteen thousand dvl
liirs. For United Htntes Capitol extension, lour
hundred thousand dollars t Provided, That
none or tho money hereby appropriated shall
be exiendel lu tho decoration nml embellish
ment or the Cnpitol extension by sculpture or
paintings, unless the same shall have been Dis
proved by tho Art Commission authorized by
the net of twelfth June, eighteen hundred uud
llfty-eiglit, in tlio maimer staled in tuid act:
but tins provision shall nut be so construed as
to interfere, wi'li tho completion and pavment
for works already begun by Craw lord and
llogcrs, or tho completion ol the painting of
rooms In tho north whig ulrendv nurtlv iialut-
For extension of the General Post-Office.
one hundred nnd filly thousand del!:u.
ror.paynient or the mortgugo nnd interest
on property in Pino street, in tho city of New
York, belonging to the United ,Slaies, and pur
chased under authority or the net of fourth
Augustrclghlecn hundred and lifty-fiur, eleven
thou'and dollars, or so much thereof us may be
necessary for that purpose.
llolanie Garden For procuring manure,
tools, fuel, mid repairs, purchasing trees mid
shrubs for botanic gurJen. to be expended
under tho direction of the Library Committee
of Congress, tncnty-threo hundreddolluts.
r or pay of horticulturist and assistants lu
the botanic garden ujnl green houses, to be ex
pended under tho direction ol tho Library Com
mittee of Congress, five thousand one huudrcd
mid twenty-one dollurs und fitly cents.
For deficiency in the executive extraordinary
expenses' hi Kansas Territory during the nil
ministration of Governor John W. Geary, six
hundred uud uiuelv dollars nnd forty cents.
'For introducing the Potomac water into the
botanic garden, uud building a cistern thereon,
ono thousand dollars.
For cnninletiug certain volumes of the Ex
ploring F.xpeditlon now 'nearly fiidshcd, and
pay nl siijicriiiteiidcut, the sum of eight thou
sand two hundred nnd twenty dollars mid five
To enable the Secretary of War to nay for
the purchase ul Mmcs furnished for the ue uf
volunteers engaged In suppressing Indian hs
tililies in the Territory ol Wiulniiglon during
the Mo Iiullnn hostilities in that territory,
seven thousand dollars, witli interest from the
time the money was udvanccd .by Governor
Douglas for enlil purchase.
For the payment of volunteers employed lu
Florida during tho years eighteen hundred and
fifty-seven, and eighteen hundred and fifty-
eight, nml who were caiieu iiuu service uy re
quisition 01 tno i-resiiieni 011 tun governor 01
the state, me sum 01 lour Hundred and thir
teen thousand six huidred dollars, or so much
thercoras may bo ueceisary to pay the amount
found duo for the time said troons were actu
ally In the service of the United States : Pro
viiled. That no greater pay or commutations
be allowed than pro authorized by law to simi
lar troops of the United Stulea army.
For repairs r tho Long Dridge over tho
Potomac at Washington, five thousand dol
lars, to be exjiended under tho direction of tho
Commissioner of Public Uuildings.
To enab 0 tho Commissioner or Public Bui
dings to pay to John F. Cullan foratQoc takeu
truin Fquure uuuiuvr mu imnuivu nun aixiy
twb, in 'Washington city, am) used In paving
New Jersey aveuue, one hundred aaa sixty
Skc. 2. And be it further enacted, That tho
First Comptroller of the Treasury do allow,
iu tho adjustmeut of the accounts of Peter
Lummond, disbursing clerk of the Interior
Department, the sunt of fire-hundred and thirty-four
dollars and seventy-seven cents, paid to
A. G. Coohran.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted. That the
lot of ground in the city of Pklladelnhk Lere-
torpra agreed tp be purchased by the United
clety, as site for a court-house shall hn an).!
dr and "that the lot fp said city L4Ktefor'
hi uawiv tiiuo 10 iu nieuait ou w um-i ir
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b!1 i Providtttt rJ1iat Iho wbolo nmoaot to b
extended In the construction of wilil bnllcl.i.jr,
1iutt not cicced Uw balaneo of Hie ntnoun re-
Iceivcdfrom Die sale of the said lots and the
toiVlDce of the nppropru-llon,
Skp. b.hwJf jurtner enactcu, i wu iuu
power to Issue nnJ"ri'iSWJr"'y, ,ol' cn"'
lerrwlon tho President of ti0Lnltl-States,
by the net entitled "An net to iVl0.r,z.c uo
Issue of treasury notes," approved IIP. iSjsJlJi 4
third December, eighteen hundred aiunusy '
seven, lie nml tho same hereby Is, revived and
eoiititiuiil in force from the passage Of this act
until the first duy.of uly eighteen hundred
nnd sixty ; and to defray tho expenses thereof
the sum of five thousand dollars is hereby ap
propriated : Provided, Thut tho said notes
may be issued bearing nn interest not
exceeding six ner centum per annum ;
nnd that it shall not be necessary, ns di
rected by tho original net, alorcsaid, after ad
vertisement to exchange them Tor specie to the
bidder or bidders who shall ngrco to mako
such exchange at the lowest rnta of interest
upon said notes ; and thut iu nil other respects
the tciisuc of said treasury notes shall bo sub
ject to tlio terms and conditions of tho act
b'co. C. And le it further enacted, That tho
Secretary or the Treasury Is hereby authorized
under the act of Juno fourteenth, eighteen
hundred nnd fifty-eight, to issue couiran or
registered stock, as the purchaser may elect.
Stt-.l. And. if it' uilhef enacted, That the
nost-ofllce iu Iioston. .Massachusetts, shall not
,bo removed Trom its rirescut location, until af-
ier.XH4 next session ot congress, iirprniMi tno
nnwusiranis onanist iu rcmovui win mucin
nirythofgorc"rmiiful Irom uny additional ex
pease jTwlng-out of any contracts for another
Hit. 8. And be it further cnatltd, Thai such
officers as were placed upon the "furlough list"
byihe action or iho said Naval Iteliring
lizard, mid who have Iktii subsequently trans.
rerrrtt to me -rcaTr tl?t, almll bo utfunckl
"leave pay" for and during the. time they wcro
on the furlough list as aforesaid, deducting
the furlough imy which they received during
Klc. 0. And le it further enacted, That in ,
ease of tho death of any officer after his resto-
rat ion or trunifcr ns alorcsaid. Ids legal repre
sentatives shall bu Tn titled to receive tho a-
monut whjch said officer would have received,
under this act up to 1110411110 of his death.
Sec. 10. And U it fnrthtr fiiacted, That In
default of any contractor under the act ap
proved August iwctuy-stxin, cigniccn nuuureu
and fifty two, entitled "An uct to provide fur
executing tho public printing and establishing
tho jirlces therefor, and fur other purposes," to
comply with his contract In furnishing tho pa
per lor tlio public -printing in proper nine una
of siiitublo iiunlity, tlm superintendent of the
public printing Is hcicby authorized and di
rected to advettitu for proposals, lor such time
and iu tucli places, as ho may deem expedient,
aud award the contract to tho lowest bidder,
and to piirhnso iu the open market upou thu
best practicable terms, all the paper that may
be rcuiiircd fir tlio public printing until a tic
contract is made ; and uny increase of cost to
the government in procuring a supply or pa
per, the contractor m default and his securi
ties shall be charged with am) held responsible
for tho same, mid shall be prosecuted upon
their bond, iu tho name of tho United State
lu tho circuit court of tho United btatcs. And
all acts or parts or nets inconsistent with this
section be, and tho sumc lire hereby, repealed.
Skc. 11. And It it further enacted, That la
ull cases w Ik re, by the terms or any Indian
treaty in Ka.11.as Territory, said Indians are
entitled to seperute sections of land, and to a
patent therefor, uudor guards, restrictions, or
conditions for their benefit, the Secretary of
tho Interior Is hereby auHiorizcd to cause pat
tuts therefor to Issue to such Indian or Indi
um, and their heirs, upon such conditlous nnd
limitation, and under such guards or restric
tions as may Im prescrllicd by said Secretary :
Pi ovuled, 'I hat nothing herein contained shall
bo eotiitrutsl to apply to tho New York Indl
an", or to affect their rights under tho treaty
nude by them In eighteen huudrcd and thirty
eight ut I'uflalii Creek.
Ariar.ovr.D,.March 3, 1859.
Ciur. LXXXV1II An Aet making Ap
propriations for tho Sujiport of the Army
lor the Year ending the thirtieth of June,
clglilecu huudrcd uud sixty.
Be U enacted by the Senate and House cf
Representatives of the United Slates of Amer
ica in Coium assembled. That the followimr
sums be, and the same nro hereby, appropria
ted, out of any money hi the treasury not oth
erwise appropriated, for tho support of the ar
my Tor the year ending tlio thirtieth of Juue,
eighteen hundred and sixty.
For expenses of rccruitiog'trniwportatlon of
recruits, tiute months' extra pay to non-commissioned
officers, musicians, dud nr! rates oa
reenliitiucnt, eighiynine thousand nine hun
dred and ninety-nine dollars.
For nay of the army, three million and nlno-
ty-one thousaud seven hundred and eighty-four
For commutation of officers' subsistcnest,
nine hundred nnd uin.ty-elght thousand lour
hundred and thirty-four dollars and fifty cents.
For commutation of forage for officers' bor
ss) oce hundred and four Uioauad one buu
drol and twenty-eight dollars.
For payments to discharged soldiers Ut
clothing npt drawn, fifty thousand dollars.
For payments in lieu of clothing for oft'ews'
servants, thlrly-nlno thousaud eight hadrwl
and ninety dollars.
For subsistence Iu kind, ono million vim
hundred and slxty-nino thousand fire tnuMlr-ed
and forty dollars. " '
Por clothing for the army. camn. sum! mmtI-
son eeiuipage, and Iron bedsteads for
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