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Washilngton. Feb. 1.-House.-Broomall,
th' Committee on Public Expeeditures
ortel n regard to Wells, Fargo A Co.'s
,ract for carrying the overland mail. The
mmltte exoneratem the Post-ofce Depart
.rnt from all blame. The report says th
iculty originated in the act of Congerr
- ich throw 4.000 per cent. more mail on the
:'. The Poetma.ter General did the beet
Tn if1 use took a recess.
.erts.-The credentials of Senators Fen
,an1 i Stockton were presented.
pmr;,vy of.ere as an additional rule a
:rovUrs:n that three-fifths of the Senators
,, V drtrmfnP the time when debate shall
.e upon any pending proposition and then
, main question shall be taken. Tabled.
Stewart introduced a bill declaring that all
a t' 1,er'on; of foreign birth, not convicted
: ,,,,. who have not participated in rebel
ir,. wnu are now or may hereafter become
--- of the United States and elect to
c,.., itizens thereof, are hereby declared
-ra. 'ate discussed the Joint Resolution
St" 'pu0lication of 5,000 copies of the
Ia, and '-urgical History of the war un
. t:." expiration of the morning hour.
:.. c .t of the entire work in three vol.
..tat-i at about $100,000.
, ",,.,. n introduced a resolution propo
o a Cn.tituticnal amendment, giving
thi p., wer to determine all questions
t id- ty of the electoral vote of any
r-hr.Zhuy-on, from the Committee on Ju.
,.r r" rted a unbetitute for the naturali
:. . on after the Senate Adjourned
i s.t mton. Feb. 15.--SenatL--Cameron
- .,- ,..l a bill to authorize the construc
, lateral branch of the Baltimore and
.: . referred.
}, "c r r, ,rted the action of the Joint
S:..t to notlfy Grant and Colfax of
t.: ...n, and submitted the replies of
: - - ntie enr accepting the offices.
ii .w rdi. from Joint Committee on Ordnance
Sa 1,ng; report, accompanied by a bill, to
, ,it.. the Ordnance Department with
li u.-..- Atmong the bills introduced is one
S he ,,< "n in the Government Department
nr. ..- mwn . one directing the Secretary
!,- Irea-ury to sell thirty millon of cur
l.a' c in : one proposing an amendment to
tr.. cý r,.tit'itin concerning electoral votes.
,ni ,. tpr vdinm that no subsidies be granted
.ir ,a I- or other corporations while the
Nat :.l ,l bt exceeds $500,000,000.
Hur.t.r irtrodueed a joint resolution giving
! c ia-net of Congress to the Northern Pa
.. .ilr .li to issue bonds and secure the
- 'u. ! v w,,rtvage, for the purpose of raising
::. - ,', build the road from Lake Superior
t'..a-t sound- alo a branch to Portland,
Juii.oi presented a joint resolution to pre
S-:,t tL- further sale of public lands except
Sr ,º ,leli in the pre-emption and hompetead
.J,- Referred to Committee on Public
lor--L .; to, 70.
In reply to an inquiry. Schenck said he ex
:-,-ti- to get the tax bill through both
il ,,-.-- this r.e-ion, if the members would at
-rni ening sessions.. Farnsworth said a con
r irs I:lnrIr-ion prevailed.
in m,,ioin of Boutwell the rules were sus
e,.'nrded and the Senate amendments were taken
.at. Boutwell said he considered the Senate
jumendtrent impracticable, and moved the
Ulu-e non-concur and ask a committee of
Sever:al rumnibers statedl their views in re
;rdi to th-b amendment.
On nlt ion of Schofield a sepirate vote was
taken on the Senate amendment first, on
,ncurring with the Senate amendment in re
-art to suffrage, the vote stood, yeas 37; nays
12. Amendments non-concurred in and a
,,tnmittee of conference ordered.
WiL.-n. of Iowa, Iawes being in the chair,
r:p .rter the action of the joint committee to
t,:,ti v trant and Colfaxof their election. The
report was ordered entered on the journal.
Balun., from committee en Reconstruction
:p.,rted a bill relieving a large number of
. or-ne- trnm di'abilities. Wlthout dsUposing
,f the 1ill. th.- House took a recess.
Ti. emening sces:on will be devoted exclu
.sl. to the discusion of the tax bill.
11-itw.-ll. Shellabarger and Eldridge were
|nteld on the committee of conference
:; tlh- pro tose Constitu:ional Amendment.
11, t-e---ening session-In committee of
:ne Whole, the amendmen'ment extending
'he time of the withdrawal of spirits from
'r. i ftror. April 20, IS69, to the same date
I-7.. arn .l1-o reluiring whisky kept in bond
ifter the tir-t date to pay one per cent.
.:.orthly per gallon. wa' agreed to- Ad
W.a-hittt,n, Feb. 1.--entate.-B il. were
a'-A.t t, d the (reen Bay and Michigan
K~tiroai. and authorizing the transfer of
,.1r li th t U . P. R. R. to the Denver City
Ka:iral. Alo one for the relief of Leonard
Ptierce, la. Consul at Matamoras, refunding
-von rLcu-:,nd dollar- paid by him during
Pie llou-e bill to prevent loaning money
t, l . . otee paswed.
The bill to eetabli h an Assay Office in Ida
..o pass .
lr.ke pre'ente.d the credentials ol Carl
Several bills relating to currency and Na
tional Banks were reported.
Sumner moved to take up the joint resolu
Lion giving a pension to Mrs. Lincoln, and
mroved to fill the blank with the words "five
Drake opposed the resolution, considlering
it a dangerous innovation.
C'onness moved to erase the word 'pension,'
ard subltitute 'allowance.'
After discussion the morning hour expired
and the revolution went over.
The Bu-inees in order was the Washington
Morton moved to suspend the order to take
up the bill to repeal the Tenare-of-Oce Act.
li- de"tred to pas the bill within ten days of
the tinal cloe of the session so the President
ould not kill it.
Con-aderable diicugason ensued as to the or
.er of bu:in.-es. ,hen FeAsenden, despairing
f getting any business done to-day, moved
Hourn.-Mouse resumed consideration of
the hill reported Paturday, supplementary to
the National Bank bill. After debate Pom
-roy moved the previous question on the bill
tnd amendments, which was seconded with
tbh under~tanding the voteshould be taken to
CLi, ~;o, February I:.-The Coroner's Jury
'jurnd a 'ordzct that Gen. Murray M cConae,
was killed by limo. W. kobaasse. The latter
,±in jail. McConLell had Robimeom'. note
t(.r some t50O, for the poseeweion of whbah the
Inuvdpr was committed.
Two womans sage state Couventione are
it 3ston in thie city under the of
te two Chicago coroeja aocieties, mcuo
calable differente between the orgamisasiom
prevnting their zitigin .me covitlos.
ADnn a ickinson, Smans Asthony, nd Mr
asdy Stanton are among the prsndaint p60
Hle Prease from abroad.
The Henryl CL··eaJ b memo of the
4Lesi of Capt A. II. ibi~brig, mews thel
New (buleana, Feb. 13.-Fall pntilam f
the los of the Nettie tsepbe m., ns l
"(r 'how s large Propovi.in lost wer"
women and childru The re originated as
goverament hay boeard.
Washington, Feb. 13.-The Preidet has
cep t ie omce of arbitrator betweem Great
Britain d Port , on the bonedary q..
tion, which has mane on the coast of Africa.
Iate advices from Peru show the Repblim
of the Pacilc coast have accepted the United
Statn as mediator in their war with Spain.
A Congre of the pleipeot.tionies for the
belgereats is expected to meet in Washing
ton during the spriag.
Secretary Seward a received a telegram
from Caleb Cashing annosedag that he brings
a treaty in relation to the Isthmus canal.
The government has fully recognised as
'United States territory, belonging to our cit
isens, the Serno Islands in the Cranbea sea,
negotiations for their purchase havin: been
concluded by citizens of New Jork.
Philadelphia, Feb. 14.-Jame Doyle, a
well known lawyer, was found in the street
early this morning, badly wounded is the
head. He was carried home and died in a
few minutes. No arrests have been made.
The case is woven in mystery.
Worceeter, Mar.. Feb. 14.-The moat dis
astros fire Norwich, Conn., has known for
many years, has occurred. The block called
Apollo Hall and two others buildings was e.
entirely destroyed, and most of the coatents.
Entire lose estimated at $e0,0,0.
St. Louis, Feb. 14.--8o. Smith, the veto
ran actor and theatrical manager, died is this
city to-day, aged 68 years.
New York, Feb. 15.-Judge McAlister's
widow died in New York oa Saturday.
Scranton, Pa., Feb. 15.-The Fist Metho
dist Church parsonage and a dwelling house
were burned to-day.
Newark, N. J., Feb. 15.-Plouleit A Co's.
melodeon factory at Bloomfield was burned
to-day: loss $50,000. Eighty mechanics are
thrown out of employment.
New York, Feb. 16.-An Havana special
says one thousand more troops have arnrved
from Spain. The Gazette says no disturbance
is likely to occur from the amnesty saspea
=ion. The municipal government has de
creed and and defined disloyalty thus : High
treason, insurrection, conspiracy, harboring
rebels, criminal coalition with the enemy,
and coalition of journeymen laborers or the
propogation of alarming news that tends to
disturb peace and order.
Char. W. Seedham, of Brooklyn, died of
hydraphobia yesterday. A little dog bit him
in the hand a month ago. Two children near
Flatbush also died last week of hydraphobia
several mote cases are reported in the vicinity
The President has pardoned John Dralin,
who was convicted of whisky frauds about one
A man in Patterson. N. J., who was bitten
by his own dog on New Year's day, died of
hydraphobia yesterday. The wound was a
Washington. Feb. 16.-It is said in the de
bate in the Senate on foreign afairs to-day,
the Alabama treaty had not a single member
in favor of its ratifi cation.
New York,Feb. 16.-The pneumatic dispatch
co mpany has been engaged in tunnelling un
der Broadway about three weeks. Progress
is very slow, not over ten inches daily.
Alvin Hunt, late night editor of the World
died in Unadalla, on Sunday, of consumption.
Washington Feb. 17.-The constitutional
amendment relative to suffrage fails this ses
sion. About three thousand uninished bills
are pending in Congress.
A $50,000 appropriation was secured
towards the Boise City assay oice.
James Hawks, S. A. Griiths, Charles Hen
die, James McGraig, Daniel E. Hamblin and
T. Howard were appointed Assistant Assessors
of the 4th District of Internal Revenue of
Henry Brown is here and wants the District
Attorneyship. Pixley is ahead and will win.
Chicago. February 17.-The Rev. Hart L.
Stewart whose divorce suit caused a wide no
toriety two years ago, died yesterday. The
'Judge of the tCircuit Court has granted a new
trial in the libel suit of Wilkins vs. the Tri
bone. The first jury awarded $7,500 damages
against the Tribune.
The Republican's Washington special says
the Senate foreign affairs committee agreed
to report in favor of the ratification of the
Son Joan boundary treaty. A special meeting
of the committee will be held on Thurday for
the purpose of inally disposing of the Ala
bama treaty. A strong pressure is being
made by Seward and other oeicials to secure
it' ratification. Several Republican Senators
are beginning to favor its ratification.
Gen. (rant has received a letter from Bis
marck acknowledging the receipt of a copy of
Bladeau's military history of Grant. After
complimenting the military history of Grant.
Bismarck concludes by expressing hopes ot
the continuance of friendly relations happily
established between England, Germany and
Bliss and Masterman have arrived at Rio,
bound homeward for trial on the Paraguayan
charge of consp.iracy.
MacMahon went to the interior with Lopes,
who still resists.
New York, Feb. 17.-The Herald's special
of Havana says the Alcade had several prom
inent notarys arrested on suspicion of being
-nn,erned in a cons"iracv.
New York. Feb. 13.-The Herald's special
of Jacksonville, Florida, says a number of
Cuban gentleman have been here for some
time Fast under suspicious circumstances.
They lately chartered the steamer Henry Bar
ken and announced that she was bound for
Nashua- About the same time a steamer la
den with coal. arrived from Charleston and
transferred the coal to the Henry Barked,
which immediately sailed. It is pretty well
known the Burken had a quantity of muni
tions of war aboard, sad is no doubt bound
for Cuba for the service of the insurgents.
Charleston, Feb. 1-l.-Reports have reached
here of a mysterious embarkation at various
places on the Georgia and Florida coasts.
The parties are composed partly of s
and their movement are sapposed to be con
nected with the insurrection Cuba.
OMcMialy Notte4--Grnst's Views.
Washington, Feb. 13.-T1he committee ap
pointed to notify Grant of his election as
SPrsident, performed the duty this morning,
Senator Morton making the address. On re
ceiving the certi6,ae of election Gen. Grant
said : "In acceptag the once of Preident
he assured them of determination to carry
out faithfully the obligations of that o.ce,
and referred particlarly to the neeeiti for
honest and faithful execution of the revenue
law. He would call around him men who
would earnestly carry out the principles of
economy, retrenchment and honesty, which
was, dmered by the people of the coutry.
wShoud the oeses of the diweret branche
of Govermet service not satisfy him in die
charge of their ofcial duty he would not
hesitate a moment about removing them.
He would do so as quickly with own appomt
ments as with those of his preeeasor. Osant
stated he had not announced his Cabinet up
to the time of the destal delSmiasm of the
remit of the election, but had ttnded at
that period to make known the names of
those who would beomee membea . In the
interval, however, he had .noitaded eat to
make know the names of tie getlemes.
whose servies he would be tled to heave
this repect, not even to the gentlemen them
selves, till be sent them to the Srate for one
irmatio. The reamo of this detem N,
Grant said, was beause of the faeest shld he
do so, that a pre.sre would immediately
"emm-rn from .seitinmu ~W
to nduce him to c hise -i
not so much reb m the bot tbat or
tierS woul from peosseol m.et .
has aeoe * at of she i fs m e s ·
men . p have fer thin.r u n P
the a.d ther -e tha be had &0* W t
maie s p-h am ten ea i t .b b
tall the time mestoned."
At the conclusion of the interview the
eoaittee waited oa 0falz sd ml Wd the
ceMiicte of hi eleets m Vlee Peiieat.
Am y's AlSSeUs.
Wadi ton, heb. 13.-The Peeiie t bar
pndo1ed eSfoed Ceover, -ai C. A. Din
bIm, conviesed of fegia, last DeIember,
amd senteseed to tea year's .mprisement.
The PresMeY t to-day nominaed Lewis Duet,
brother-la-lw of Gen. Grat, for Mimser to
Chill, vice Gen. Kilastrick gad Jao. 8. ayle
to be Secretary of Leation.
The Presideat vetoed the bill traemutrig
the control of colored schools in Washaagoes
and Georgetown from the Secretar of the
Secretary of the Interior to the Dorei of
Trutees, on the ground that the colored
population do ot desire the c age.
Iapu ted rrusmd.
Washingtoa. Feb. 14 -Arrngemeants are
being perfected for the insuguraties prmoc
miom. It proms b to e one of the mert n
posing pagesats ever watnemed in this coua
The Central Pacile Railroad applied for
as advance of oeds o that part of the rote
between Monument Point and Ogden. A
proteet has bees led with the Secretary of
the Interior, by the PrsidMet of the U P.
o. i the advance, on the gred that
the Laios Pacifc Railroad is coastracing a
road on that part of the route, and will very
soon apply for the bonds authorized by law,
on the completed work.
Chicago, Feb. 16.-A Tribunoe special mays
Deats nomination as Minister to Chili is e
tirely unsolicted. He don't want the place,
and will aik his friends not to confirm the
shng's treaty gives s the right to con
str-ct a canal acrota the Isthmus, and secures
its use for a term of years.
Promn New WYork.
Havana Feb. 14.-Letter say from cipher
telegrams peasing between the COptain Gene
ral ad Gen. Mena, commanding at Peurte
Principe, it is learned that the Captain Gene
ral is not under much apprehensions from the
fllibstering expeditions from this city, as he
was informed te United States government
was all right with Spain.
The Herald advocates bridging the Hudson
at the upper part of the city, in order to fa
cilitate communication with the roads leding
west, and thus overcome the obstacles and for
the faller development of the great volume
of trade from that region.
The crowded state of the Insane Asylum at
Blackwell's Island recently obliged the pli
cing of two inmates in one cell. On Friday
ngght an insane woman arose, seised a heavy
oaken tab or bucket sand dashed m the scull
of another woman sleeping an the same cell.
She then scooped out the brains of the mur
dered woman with her hands, throwing them
around the cell. The suthorities have tried
to keep the herid afair private.
The newspapers of both parties generally
commend the speech of Gen. Grant. Sat
urday's World says the speech is no ordinary
exhibition of character of the man who thus
quietly holds politicians at bay, evinces a ree
olute, self-reliance which is one ot the most
respectable qualiflcations that can be possesed
in a man clothed with great responsibilities.
It considers the burden of his speech a virtual
demand for the repeal of the tenure of ofce
act. The Tribune says his ideas relative to
Cabinet appointments are frank, straight for
ward and busines like, and commends his
reference to economy and the payment of
the nublic debt.
Supreme Court Deciston.
Wasbington, Feb. 15.-In the Supreme
Court. Chief Justice Chase in delivering an
opinion, decided that gold contracts
must be satirfed with coin. When the kind
of currency is not mentioned, legal tenders
Davis and Swain gave a ,qualied consent,
but Davis dissented.
The application for a writ of Habeas Our
pus in the case of Spangler and Arnold, Dry
Tortugas prisoners, will soon be argued.
The President has sent to the Zenate the
treaty negotiated by Caleb Cushing for the
Irish IDem onstratiom.
New York, Feb. 15.-An Immense maz.
meeting of citizens in favor of the freedom
of Ireland ind the liberation of American
citizens held as English prisoners, was held
this evening at the Cooper Institute. Mayor
Hall presided, and made an eloquent speech
denouncing the disregardoof the rights of
Amerioan citizens by England, and claiming
a further exhibition of apathy on the sub
ject to be disgraceful to the L. 8. as " na
tion. Other speeches were made and resolu
tions adopted affirming the right of foreign
born citizens to the protection of the flag.
Thae Cosmmprator's Bodies.
Washington, Feb. 15.-Toe remuans of
Harold, one of the assassination conspirators,
was given on Saturday. by order of the Pres
ident, to his mother, and interred in the ('on
gre-ssonal Cemetery. An order was also giv
en for the body of Ataerott to his friends.
Booth's remains will also be given up for in
terment in Baltimore near the grave of his
Co.mmem' Wit Job.
Washington, Feb. 16.-Senator Morgan
presented a memorial of Donahue, Kelly, the
ondo sad Sa Francisco Bank and other
inlsential parties adverse to Stewart'd bill
excluding redoing from the operabiona of the
mint. Referred to Finance Committee.
The Senate received from the Attorney Geno
ral copies of all correpondence relative to
the case of Gonsoles against the U. 8., in
cluding strong letters from Attorney Gener
als Black A Bates denouncing the claim.
Consees is moving henve and earth for a
Cabinet poation. Every man l California
who can be induced to support him are send
ing letters to Grant. Connees and Batily rr
are now in New York seekiag the inluence
of Marshal O'Roberts and other politsciane.
Grant is adveese but the presesre is heavy
The Flght for Gromid.
Chicago, Feb. 16.-The Repeblicaa'sspe
cisa says: Huntingt-n, of the Central Pa
cifc R. It, sebmitted argumeete before the
Co easioioal Cnmmlte yesterday. He claims
the nion Pacic Co., is not making what
the law require-s lst class rod ; but is
coestructing a read with a view to getting as
mant bonds as poredble. He further claims
the Cetral Pacisc Co. has complied with the
law al therefore is eatitled to proceed east
to Ogden, where the ction of the two roads
ought to be fAed. The Union Pacie Co. is
now within about 30 miler of this point, and
the Central Paclc upwards of 20e miles lss
The Committee had a long Jisetai.a on
the w . *U eemeeelsie w romebed. It
will be resamed at the next meeting. when
the rper i expected.
The asiem mhSp Camel Charger.
New York, Pub. 16.-he treaty negotia
ted by Caleb Cashing with the Government of
ood aea, cmeaedes to the United Stames the
excluive right to construct an sater-oceemic
canal across the Isthms of Darien at any
pint that may be selected by the Unites
stes. The Colambham Govrnment cedes
Ms miles of d, on each sb d of the anal,
oes-alf for at own bendli and the othe
halt for that of the party nudertaklag its
consrction. The "ntmbian Government
is to recive 16 pw ct o. the net inoomeo fw
the Ant sem yeas, en after the cal is ped
for, 25 per cent. of she .nt proIr the ut
to be awssat iphe U eAtl i "PiIs si
maths. The eary Is so e wsme
twee r fter so -stilestieta nd the n
.St fI 'iu SeIh Ve es ad to he
lSa eh sIa gte m 7 N safter the ea `m
* etevsol the Un"a aaew Oagre es
I thae eaten tolt. Navigattim to he epea
to s. atle u . .l anm pea e, ut elts t.
betmgasms who tmackk st asi thement'e
ao its aI is estiamted She seal
willU ceat ýý M . The ompaorgem
ead noet log ago s akew eaader S
charter of tht Stateo. Peter was
Preideat. II is ma o s d a
thrit that this company has tihe mn ad
ie rZ to commence work. Cogroem is at
liberty, however, o 4tve the preterseo to
this or say other prinvate *Somn or the
United States ca itself uerta t coe
etructier of the canal.
St. LE.mha IsMeamn.
St. Louis, Feb 15.-General Sheridsa is
expectd here soon. General Sherma will
rm from the South this week. It . sta
ted that the Bereuh Caumlry will be with
draws from the Indira couatry.
Mrs. COdy Stamton and Sesa Anthony ec
tred at thJeMe i Iibaryuto-a t to
m immsome amr ce. Ma. ato wll ad
dres the Illinois Legislature orn FrMa o
Chai. igld and James Quick, charged
with mrdier, were tahe from the Jesra-s
conty Jail by a mob, at two o'clock this
orr, sal hung.
.. w. kern Ussl.
Chicago, Feb. 1.--A Baltimore special
says the remains of J. Wilkes Booth were
ot intered there yes tarday, but will be to
day. The skeletos has bees put is a metalic
ceas. Hundreds ef people viewed the re
mainus yrteday. Nothing but bones are left.
There as a diaspoition to get up a denaestra
tion, but the family is bitterl opposed. The
remains will be buried al e of his father.
New York, Feb. 17.-The Herald's Wsh
iagton dispatch says there is a report that
the confdestial relations between Geeral
Grant and his confdential Secretary, General
Baidms, have bees brokes of to-day. Badeau
was instructed to remove his desk from the
room occupied by Uen. Greet to another
apartment. The caue of the rupture is not
lu[lr Wi ll O t.
'1e World prints a circumastatial account
gies hb an oce- to whom the confeesion
was made of Charles Jeferds wh. contesed to
the murder of Dr. Burdell, and who after
watd killed John Walton and John Mathews
and who was himself murdered by a fellow
coavict at &n; Sing about a year a o. Jet
feeds declaration does not release rs. Cnns
niagham from the charge of complicity with
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES,.
PAMSSD BY THE
AN ACT making appropriations for the current
and oontilagnt expeasse of the Indian depart.
met, and forr ulfihlitg treaty stitplations with
various Indian tribes for the year ending thir
tieth Juwe, eithteen hundred and .ixty-nie, snd
rw other purposes.
Re it eae"d by the &aSnte nd Hoke of Repre
ustatiees of the United AWes of Amwries in Cox
rees ssenmaled, That the olliowimg sume be,
and they am hereby appropriated out of any
mosey is the treasury not otherwles appropriated
for the purpose of paying the aerrent and osatia
get xpenses of the lndian department and ful
filig treaty stipulations with the various ldian
For the current and eontingent expenses of the
Indian department, namely
For the pay of superintendent of Indian stairs
and of Indian agents, one hundred and thirteen
thousand five huoodred and fifty dollars, as follows:
TABEGUACHk BAND OF UTAH INDIANS
For the fifth of tean Istalments fw toe purchase
of goods nder the directlon of the Secretary of
the nterior, per eighth article treaty of October
seve, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, rnd
....ms amendment of Wareh twenty-ffth, eighteen
hLared and sixty-four, ten thousand dollars.
For the last of five instalments, per tenth article
Of same treaty and Senate amendment thereto, to
he applled fr the purposes of agrieclture, sad for
the purchase of farming utensils and stook animals
ten thousand dollars.
For the fifth of ten instalments. per eighth article
of said treaty, for the purchase of provisions, under
the direetion of the Secretary of the Interior, ten
For the purchase of iron, steel and necessary
tools for blacksmith's shop, as per tenth article of
said treaty, two hundred and twenty dotlars.
For 'pay of blacksmith and nassleant, as per
same artiler of same treaty, one thousand one
For insuranee, transportation, and general inoi
dental expenses of the delivery of goods, provis
ines and stook, as per same article of same treaty.
three thousand dollars.
IUMPQUAS, (COW CRIEK BAND,)
For fifteenth of twenty instalments in blankets,
-lothing, provisions and stock, per third article
treaty nineteenth .eptember. eighteen hundred and
fifty-three, five hundred and fify dollars.
UMPQUAS AND CALAPOOIAS, OF IUMPQUA
VALLE V OPR.CON.
For fourth of five instalments of the third series
of sanuty for beaedicoal objects, to be expended
as directed by the President. per third arti e
treaty twenty-ninth November. eighteen hnuldred
and fifty-four. one thousand seven hundred dollars.
For fourteesth of fifteen nstalments tot the pay
of a physician and purchase of medicines, per
sixth rticle treaty twenty-ninth November, eigh
eee huodred and fifty-four, one thousand five hun
For fourteenth of twenty istalnments or the pay
of a teacher dad parch toe of books and stattloery,
per sixth article treaty twenty ninth November,
e.btteen hundred sad fifty-four, one tbowuand
For India=s upon the Silets reservation. Oregon,
to ide agrlltsal itaplemeets seeds, eattle
a so onth, to eempeoesae them for losses sus
taied by reams of executive proclamation tak.t
thgm them that portion of their reservatio ollod
Yseqiai Bay, six thousand dollars.
WALLA-WALLA, CAYUSE AND UMATILLA
For fourth of five instalmets of senood series.
to be expended under the direction of the Presi
dein per .sesed article treaty ninth Ju-e
eighteen hundred and fifty-five, six thousand
For ninth of twenty ilstalmets for the ptrehas
of a lll fixtures ad mechnancal
tools, medilnes. mad hospital stores books and
siatisery for sehoo, and W Srltre for the em
p eas, per fourth artilIe tmenty ninth Jane.
te u badret sand affty-two, two thousand
For niath of twenty irnstmeets Afr the pay and
e.bsiteeeee f use asperaseeeat o rm lag o
erations, one termer, two millers, one blackslith,
e* wagon sad plow maker, oue earpenter .
.oi.er, one physL.eia and two teaehersb per fourth
article treaty niath Jue, ighosees hundred and
fifty-five. eight thousnd dollrs.
Yer ninth of twenty i.slment for p of euch
-af the bead chief of the Walla-Walla, (Cyese
and Umastll bands, the uts of ve htdreml dld
tars per aeum, pr h artele trety ninth June
eightees hundred ad Ay-lve one thouand five
For ninth of t wety insaments feo salary tar
the s el Pot-pio-mes mro, per ith article treaty
ninth Jane, esigt.ee handsed and Ifty-live, e-e
k*'.r interemt oea Milib dollar., at e per
*ea· m, per ktrth art ele treaty brut November,
eiibtnes bhbdred ad tblrty-seve, sad toat re.o
ltioa nfJly mseve... eIen eared as
ixty-swe, Rj y theMmd 1W7rw.
t'or twety-meaoed of thirty lsnalmeets of io
*.et o eitglty-.fetbossd dellars, a. * per
-cetum. per foartu artle y reaty hirteeith Octo
bor. eihtteea hldred sad rty-blx, four tboumed
two headeAl mad fty doamrs.
WALL-PAR-PB TRIS (O SNAKE INDIANB.
For eoe4 of five imWalmemb, to be expeaded
oader ti direction eo the Prelest, pr ser
r .th rtmele tra~t Auget twelfth. atgte
kIudred r A dzit-fCv two thoKasad 4l 1ts.
t'ur 6urth of ive helMma at m" eoi4 serie
nar b.seie towe lpw ba ert let trmmy mitch
Jam, elgeMs bedf ud d Malty-ve, eight thboua
Per aeid of tweomy toeaImoms @*e a gappas
a| to te, i - one of matak is ta be as Sgtiml.
tnrnta %4 ItA<ftstrnt' *oul; 'ee'lwAr in repilr
G*beE el aing. d 1 peVOM9 sltablse hSnri
sumees lbes.l MtM eS.
Per ulb of twsmty bmealmem fr the employ
asLd t am t .of tme ig sand .we
tbSeme. pr ASt islke teolntsy J si J.ht
.s bhanded and SAy-9te. Shnse huadred dollars.
Foe shb of tweity Ilatmel Mr she k.s y
meet ofr see se .nrean .1 Ow den
esums tsw im two hubsemale on ntlans
oe* go1esish, -s werpemter sad in. wages an.
plew maker. per fifth artilet treaty sluth is..,
Uiteeh hudre d nd LatAy-fire, elrs theLsad.
For nainh f Stwety Istadmeet for keeping is
reper ehw m sarela mails, d e r 1w rinuel
the iry tels and atanes. per Ab arteisi
Jeatin sash Je. igkteen* hundred and Aifty -five
ate khdared dell"l .
Per aIth of tweaty Ietemets for keep I
repair the oital sad providig theu o ssr, I
-~dle ndShtsu. ther. per fLftny ere
e aLh J ne eighteen bandid -' LAy Aws,
three hundred dollhas.
FPome sth of twety ly istlmets sor keetlag Ia
repair blekakl st thumL h n h'sbe ear
tr. a wagoe and plow ua s hops. sad
speoeerbsdag eaissry tool therlor, per A
rtil. htsty June nlash, eightene hundred and
Lfy-ve. Ave k.dred dollars.
ula k wthe twety laImeof ts for athe y of oa
phys~les, per ifth ardlo treaty t, Je..,
eightU..n hdred and fifty-lve, oeo tkhorosd four
FVe ninth of twenty istalmets for kespig to
repair the bildlags required for tdhe vrioas eo
ploym. and or provIng the necessary oriturer
herlaSr. paer Ab asd ol treaty lth Jone, eight
a hnadred and fAty-Ove, three hundred dollars
For ninth of twenty isstalmest for the salary
If h p aees as the said cosederated tribes nad
bad of ldia may selet to be their bead bief,
per Lab sneloe trejy ninth Jnes eightees hun
dred and fifty-wve. e handred dollars.
YANCWON TRIBE OF SIOUX.
For last of ten lastelments to be paid to them or
expended ir their beanet. ommes~eig with the
year in whiek they shall remove to and settle and
reside upon their reservtlon, per fourth article
treaty nsnstee.th Aprl. iglte.e hundred and
Slvy-eght, sixty-fve thousad dollars.
OBNELAL INCIDENTAL EXPENSES OF THE
dim servite Is the Territory of rison ps e umt
f goods areeltrtl inpements, ad othe -
fIl articles. and to amist them to locate In perma
et abodes, and sutain themselves by the per
emits of evilized life, to be expended under the 1
direction of the Secretary of the lterior, fSfty
For the geeral inoodentalm expese of the In.
To be continued.
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A NSUSBNU.'S bALI
SPR OP E IR' Y !.
Is the Sbp.em Court e Meoame Territory,--S
Im tle s.tter of Nkeh Harris,-Bamkrupt.
NTorICE is G iv, tGhe s I will, .- A
lsee or Neek war4, BuLarp on WoNday
0the Sd day of Marehb A. D.. 18, sell at m
0- *e Is Virilda City Medieoa Comesy, fomtars
Territm , the ollowing deoribed Quartz proper
quarts Claim Number four (4)8 W from dia
Severy e the Bald Eagel lode. Also olaim Num
ber three (3) N E from diseovery o the Eureka
lade, sitasted is Comrtwrigt Distriet. Aleso, laim
Number four (4) West rom diseovery on the
rdimbuwgh lode, situastd ia Boelder Distriot.
Ales, claim Nember four (4) Most from diseovery
ae the uffalo lode, situated is Boulder Distriot.
Als, claim Number four (4) East from discovery
em the Ioosester lode, loaoted In Boulder Distriet.
Aleo, elaim Number two (2) Rot Iom dieoovery
em the UlSle lode, loeated Ia Boulder District.
Ale, elaim Number two 1i) N B from diseovery
ae the Star ISplm d Bamser mod. Also, olaim
Number two (2) N 3 from deoevety on the
Jacob Astor lode. Also, olaim Number ome (1)
W fre.s diseovery. on the Goldem (ate lode. Also,
elas Number ome (1) N E from discovery mo the
Bob Tail lode. Also, laim Number four (4) N
E fom diaeovery, on the Meziea lode. Also.
slaim Number ome (1) N E from disoovery. oa
the Virgihis lode. All of the above samed lodes
eounalaeg I900 feet each. Also. the North East
helf of claim Number two (2), of 100 feet, N E
arm discovery on the Hrmiug lode.
All of theabove named lodes situated in Jefer
see Uon.ty, motana Territory.
DEER LODGE COWNTY.
Claim Number three (3) Easterly from discovery
oe the Mollie Wheeler lode, of 200 feet. Also.
claim Number two (2) N E from discovery on the
Greed Island lode of 200 feet. Also, the Westerly
half of the discovery claim on the Mollie Wheeler
lode, of 100 feet. Also. the Easterly ode-half of
the discovery elaim on the Marietta lede, of 100
feet. Also. claim Number oe (1) Easterly from
discovery on the Marietta lode of 200 feet, all Ic
oated to Deer Lodge County, Moetasa Territory.
BEAVER HEAD COUNTY.
Claim Number seventeen (17) Easterly from
discovery, on the Silver Rose lode. Also, claim
Number thirteen (13) Easterly from discovery, on
the Puritan lode, all loeatoed Is Beanek District
of 900 feet each, in Beaver Head County, Mon
Claim Number tea 10, N E from discovry on
the Virginia Belle lode, of 200 feet, loested in
Mill Creek District. Also, the discovery claim.
and claim Number one 1, 8 E .bosh diseorery. on
the Veue Number 3 lode., of 40, feet loated in
Fairweather District. Also, the discovery and
claim Number one 1, N W from diee'ery of
400 feet, on the Greenoustle lode, located in Fair
weather Ditrict. Also, the North East ene-half
of discovery, and Number one 1. N B from the
discovery, on the Bamboo lode, of 300 feet, loe
ted in Fairweather District. Also, claim Number
three 3, 8 W from discovery, of 200 feet no the
Dupage lode. located between Blvine sad Harris
Gluehes. Also, the discovery sed claim Number
one 1. N E from discovery of 400 feet on the
Virginia Foeta. lode, located in Fairweather
District. Aleo claim Number four 4, N E from
discovery, of 200 feet on the Indiana lode, loested
in Fairweather Distriot. Also, claim N.dser ten
10, Wee;erly from discovery, on the Olive Branch
lode, of 100 feet located in Summit District. Also.
claim Number one , N E from discovery, of SOl
teet, on the Medina lode; loated in rFaiweather
District. Also, claim Number one 1, 8 W trom
discovery on the General Putnam lode, of 900
feet located in Fairweather Distriot. Also, the
disc ovry claim, of 200 feet, on the Greenburgh
[extension of the Venus No. 3,1 lode, loested in
Fairweather District. Also, claim Number Ave ;.
N W from discovery on the Greenburlth (exten
sioo Venus No. 3.1 lode, of 900 feet, lonted in
Pairweather District, Also. elaim Nmber one 1,
N N from disnovery, of 201) feet, on the Gem of
the Mounootain lode, located in Mill Creek Distrit.
Also, claim Number heir 4, 8 K from. 4dseever)
on the Mountain Park lode, of 200 feet, located in
Mill Creek District. All of the above rsmedt
lodes are situated in Madison Count y,. Metana
The sale will commence at 10 o'clock A. M. ot
said day. The claims will be offered separately.
commescing in the order in which they are pub
lished. Terms. cash in hand on the day of sale.
C. C. MENAUGH, Assignee, e.
Virginia City, Montana Territory, l'ebruary 12th.
lt - Fl fedl s awtf
Proposals for Armey Toanspsao
HEAADyUARTEns DPrARTM.NTr OF DAKWIA,
Ofce Chief Qanrternmastr.
St. Paul, Miss., November 't. Is68
S KALED Proposals are invited from those loyal
cJ estizens of the United States, having the capi
tal and means to execute folly sad fairly it all itl
parts and conditions, a contract for the Wagon
Transportation for the United 8tate. Qartermas
ter's Department for the District of Mstmna, nete
season, beginning April let 1860. iandeasg March
31,t 1870. for that hauling outside of the limits em
braced by the [resent contract for that month
S[Aril.l for that District, and beginning May let.
ldtp. for the yearly contract of the entire district.
All that part of Montana, included in the Depart
meet of Dakota. The object of the centract is to
transport supplies to or from any Poet now estab
lIshed, or that may be established within the above
described Distrit; to atul baggage or supplies too
aoompany troops upon any march or in any mili
tary operations within that part o. Montana Terri
tort as above descrioed.
he weight to be transported .a the District of
Montana shall not exceed Fivr Million pounds;
Bidders will state the rate per one hundred 1100,
pounds per one hundred 0110) miles, for each
molth of the year comamecing April 1st, 186,1
sav ending March 31'ist, 1i).
Bidders should give their nam in full as well
as their places of residence. and each proposal
should be seccmpanied by a bond in the sum ot
ten thousand dollars, (010,000) signed by two or
more resposable perseNs, gisanleelag that in case
a contract is awarded for the hating in the above
mentioned Distrib, to the party proposing, the
contract will be accepted and entered into, and
good and samufholt security furnished by said
party in aooordance with the ternms of this adver
The Contractor will be requiral to give boeds in
the sum of Afty thbooes dollars (l5O,00.)
8.atihetury eeidemes of the solvency of each
bidder and person ofLert as security will be r.
Propuals mouat be eodord ' Proposals for
Army t1rasprta..._ in Montana," and ance will
be eatertai.ed tialts they fully comply with tbe
rewtlr.emuts ot this a.vertisewrmt.
The party to whes as award is made most b.
prepma.. to ernete the contract at omoe, and t.
give the reqpLrd bads for te trithful perform
ames ef the oeatract.
The right to reject any and all bids that may b.
ofered Is reserved.
The eo.tractor must be I. readimens for servi.. .
by the Dret day of April, 18pi. mad will be :.e..
quired it haves pFlee of bualasse or ageey. a,
wMb hbe n the ea.muaieted with p.lo ~
adreadily. for the tranmportaioe in the st t
oseas. at Fort Bueaoe. and in the Distris.ot
Measat such other point as may be lsdicatei i
as the starting point sa mid District.
Proposals for the above will be received e.t Furs
Show, Montana Territery. by Capta- N. . Coo
sdtble A. Q- M. L~. . A., OMtl U. M. DLiriat of
Mentams, md ia Sales Paal, Minameot, rc al Feb
rury 1'bh, MEli; by the .adesi.-ca d.
8. B. dOLABLR'a.
Deputy Q. M. Gemeral U. F A..
'lhie Q.arteuera.er .Lepartmet of Dskota.
Dimplutlo n of Co-Part iagru-uup.
N TOTCE 19 heroby prives that the c..qsrtnerab4
hithwt.exisut uInds the ri., swe sAu
style uf Newman & Bloom Is tbis ds diswIvM ib
reatlconen. David L. Alsbac!&W kraivi. 1i
ehrndt the inure seeses. UOUe 1394 AC.C. - 0' U-l~
ul isid tin&. ad iot close suthari~d~., hsett tht
G'hen usdel nn han~fs tb1 WenA1t oy " . .
p'tdw3m.m .L 1,~
NYTOTICHla hereby g vee that jbh e*a sflnarsh Ib
bitheruexisking beessa bat* l ueder~wne"I
I uier the Ilm same ni st-le6 LU Newfunn &
Co.. this 4ay dlmaiqe4 by MantU ii Ov'o.-ept.
David L Aisbeboher helag pgschbsed ti. turir
aeets. buaks. notea.pi. infumatis. sa'd brtim
slow authwrized W P aie-& bMilnet thoreuf.
GI nMuade -rw %pad tb %u4 der nf Fe'sw'mr:.
A. D. 1000. t-VAVmL. A1. AhlfV'IFrj4
4 W: XXW1W: ,N.