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LAWS (TP "THE UNITED STATES.
I Public 36.
AKiR4tHM4 eertam Pt Reaes la the United
St sees, aa -be Territories thereof
Be esweved iA Senate ami Haute of Represent a-tiv-t
Use Untied SUtet af America in Congress at
ssMrtf. That tlx feilkwing road be asd the taste are
here jd-Nsared post laaas, to wit :
Frees Fattest, Fesssfcecot county, Tlx Island Tills to
- n Kwckvllle. "West Oataden, Sealn
Hap-, Baton. Met' -. Xorth Awteien, Senrs
..nUMa KaMUt, Llbertr, Mo-rtvBle, Seath Free-
Iob. West Trr flaw. OWwitw, AIM a, -East Benton,
ard Beaten to rea4Bs M1B.
Fnia Xerth Oeata. vh West Breokvi-, South
BrcotvaVe aa4 Brss-kviUe to fc-agwsck
fiwi SlsBiihaBiB so Xerth Aatat.
Frees Weetaa, via Baaci-aft, Barker Tract asd Reed
Plaatatiee to the Xolasfca Pest 04BC.
FrasB Xorth Skel lea, via 'Wett Berkshire to Berkshire
in PraakitB re-rnty. ,
From YnfliBBnr, via West Add! e asd Chimney Paint
10 rt Dar Stale ( Xew Tatt
Frees nri jir. tbs Beat OorUtb, Wart Hirer, East
Orants, Wail-sags aad. Batra ta llootpeller.
Freh- St. Jefhaabarg rU Wt -Sfatrfwd, Iwer Water
lord ad yatertaad to Uttietowa la Xtw HaBphire.
Fran SaaUh Waetpart, via West port PatBt to AJif
viile m KWe laaasd.
TrJU -fflaiwajiiiy -ri ShUHtar; to TTeadaarr.
Fraan WatoettrtUe Tia Taertacaas to Gaeaen.
Freaa SaTsea la Srfcaylar caaaty, via Odaffa, Ueer
I'ukaac aaal Farry CUy to Traaaaaar: in IVaitlci
rriaa ft ri via ooatk Owega to Warren Oextre ia
Braatatd eeaaty, FeauMfiTaaia.
Freaa OMnaadtTinc, Crawfard canity, via Oeieta;Tet
and BdeaAeta to Watrrr -a-d ta Brlv caaaty .
Fr m Baaaver Tia Utffcktawa ia Adaaat ceaaty and
" j TT 11" ta CaaraU cacnty, M rtad, to KaseatU
t nrglaTredattrk eouaty. Marytoad
ritttbsrwa ute Fttjlr ga ad OaBTK nH
rovt to (jOBfaelKrnie
Fran BtaatnaVe, 'JeSemB Ooaaty, vaa RtcbankTiSe.
Mary Annrtlle. StuSaera corners. Bench Batan aad
B-ar CreeU atBtt to BUgaway
Froaa Mv BaH, :a I-acarter caaty, rta 'Wearere
Hi.'., tmiiaaa i illr aad KuAw-r ta Keadiar.
Frata Jfarletta ia Laacacter caaaty, via Sarar 5priac
and MaatdUld to Uacaatn.
Fraaa Laaeaater -rta HHhir Street, BaiaVaeHHe and
Betheada to McOaDa Ferry.
Frost La3eater Tta Bifaalaad aad Saaderiaars te
Fiona Bearer Tia Parktaaan aad Serriee Pact Ofices te
Fraca STaaabarrs to UaearBe via SfctfsaaTlrk in
'roai Htd tdayafcers ta mHaawbars:.
From Orortts Creek, 'PeanMfiTaBU, to CataaaE,Kev
Fraaa ttarracca to T"raKTiBe.
nm lUtaaoaTiac ia Wayne .caaaty to Starraaea hi
Freaa OaUaad ia AHrerkair raaaty via Satry's Sod
House, Forte a( Bore Jaoe Baa, BeanMMd MUH and
Rully Headaws, to Mew latoreat is Baadotah eeaaty,
Fraaa OeefMfria Tia flaawan, Bat,er te BteeV Bock.
Fiaai A toa-s Brk to TaatUaeritte
Ft BeMTeaaaoi to Ptagafc la Caartoa caaaty.
Fraaa JiodnaUk vta Inrtetea aad Catoctia Fafsace to
Froai Wt XaitingiiaBt Tia Battle Swim? to Hieing
Fran ITefiaetatg la Bseek aaanty tU Betbaay to treat
Alexaadr a ia WUa(taa caaaty, PecaajlTania
From Water Lack. Warren ooaaty, te Boner's SarBUi,
id Saeaaadoak ooaaty.
Froai KatUlarilie to Stony Creek la Soolt ceaaty.
Freaa Kew CMirarata IB Khk oaanty Til WiHiara
Gandee, BlUen Veiamt oa the FUt Fork at Pecata&se
ail Kew Kea ack to SiaeoaTille ia Kanawka coanty.
FruBi RoKtoabarE ia Preston county via BnfEde and
"Wolf Creeks an Caeat BiTer io tae aoiat os tne Dry
Fork of said river where th Toate from Beverly ia Ran
dolph caaaty cr-s the raid Bry Fork at Cheat River.
From Western Ford Tecker Company via LAarel Hill to
Gtarie'e Creek ia Barboar ceaaty.
From Woodstock la Saenaadoaa Ceaaty to Xesnt
Freaa Harrisbar: ia ockiaaaai eoaaty to Alum
Spriacs, ia Bath ooaaty.
Fnaat jaaatftoaaoat ia JCaooe eoaaty -via the Clarki
bnrc Read to Jackson Court Heeee.
From niajali ia Fataaai ceaaty ap Btghteon HBe Creek
in Jjckioa Ceart Beax.
KrwCaaeaad m Appomattox ooaaty Tia Spaniih Oaks
From Mirer Taws ia Basax ooaaty to Bestiaad is
From Leacaaacr C. K.) to Merry Feist.
From Norfolk via Talk Birer to King and Qstes (C.
U ) tosiaiaf at alt seat omoM oa td river.
KetaMahaotoily mail iroes Ashlaad in Eeataeky to
iiVToadetie ia Virpela.
Frem yrvUMXaf Wharf by Greea's Wharf to Xorth end
in thecoaniy or ilitthewi. From Locaet Bate to Oak
Park in Jtadiaen ooaaty.
From Chasoi SB ia Oreave caaaty rh Feariectea'a
Mnl Asa Bagace Store. Thoea B. Farress and Manly
S&ipe'a te White Crea in Oraace eoaaty.
From Strickland Dset in Baaphin coeaty tU Dresden
and PreveeU to Bvekds u
From CUatoa ia Sampsea naaty via Tailor's Bridje
t Harref s Soair ta Xew BanoTer ceaaty.
From Usr-ritte la Aasoa coantr Tin HaDey's Ferry to
R.- Iieagjh im in ajchmotid oaaiy.
Franirarhimf Bepot in Orange county via Siraat'i
KM, Boactoas aad Webb's Factory, Reaad Hill, Dial's
Crrek,OtaKoadsBearHed Xoaataia to South LoweB.
Faam one "hoc Sooth Ctreliaa Tia Holly Serial,
Long Creek aai Cberokre to Clayton Georgia.
Frm Aadertea, Tia Pieroetown, Ke.aalitr, Slabtewa,
Chaiahasou aad Jfittwe te Aadereoa.
Pasts lean una via Taraaes aad Tei Land te Abbe
Tineajaaifanii. FramPaskea(C. B) ni Bartia's Tabic Rock, Sooth
Salada, to Oimiivilio.
From I sinii in ia Stewart ceaaty vU Fieresc to Gies--.
t com Xmaaa Oeioatto csaaaty to Weeewee Hi RaBdeiph
Fnam OoiaaiHaa Tta Becky ptatas, Saappias Shcal to
BcnahLha, Bescy ooaaty.
Faam the tormtnss of the Braas-vtck aad Florida Rail
rtad-aasta( the Setatlaa rirer to the lersenaa of - the S
tanaeavJUhaaf aadsjaMBaOread, west attaeAMahaaa
Frem riaatBs to 6ate-u ia Heary eoaaty.
From CaiUOfSton to CrkrODntj tU Howard's Lerei
U, Waata i in i is om county.
Faam Hesanasa ta South BaUer te 0Jy Streak In
Fraaa Triy Is Pike ooaaty Tia Whitewater, Rackjbead,
Haw Boies aad Westvi to Xewtea ia Bate caaaty; the
mute hatrtaler- established by law from Troy by Rocky
hcs4 to BahnrUle, i herehi daMostiaaed and repealed.
Fram TosacsTille tU BecketsTille, Ohaasna&'s Ford,
fldrilht, Jacfcaea's Camp, Alauad, Xeaabalsa to Wi
dow. Frost Bsrieaoa in Franklin coanty to BarniTiTJe in Ma
From Dodertne TU Montreal, 1 aland Home Fish Pond,
Buioac'aMaU to X lib-arc.
rjam Tranhiaaai ia Bililf aad Ohio Railrsd Tia Is
uer, Batkr, Massat BUtliag and TeaaktotvHIe to Licoea
in V i 1 1 1 Tifsntf
Fram jaatlo tm BUketr to Cottreil and DenseUy'aMiia
ia Ttosiwia ainahy
Fasm St. ruphi rr ta Washtsgtes eoaaty to CttroaeH
ip Mobile caaaty.
Frem niajh ln via At isen CoMai to Larkia's Perk,
ia Jsctcaee ejwasty.
From Brtdgeriiaa, Psataaa eoaaty, to Maces, Xsxabrs
c. inly, MisstotinDt.
F.am Tarke; rb Xew Poiosi tr Sectety BHi.
Fram the SUte Use SbshM as tan Metrte aad OUo
riaOxod u. Kad r. Sirin is Choctaw ceaaty.
Pffrl.. Bvai jn ir. Fraak'ia caaaty to BaraetTUe ia
Foaea fesrilk is Washtaatoa caaaty to McKatt Is
TU Centre, Tori a aad Bstabsrs te Va-
jaaaihatchie oocsty Tia McMattia's
Aoaaaaas Tia Printers in BaliTar cuaa-
asd Victoria ia Bolivar eoaaty.
ia Moimes aaanty tm Tchato at the
to! Keeer Island" aad Gtliespse la Sansowor ceaa-
Fbj Saaaaut m Pike eoaaty to Mea'TiBe la Fraaklia
Frem XeLads Post Oatcedirect to B'icUay Past Omcc.
PramtNd Hickory in Simpsoa ceaaty tU Fleydstewn,
Cats Spraaac to Braadoa ia KMkts oaacty.
Fiam Old Hackory tU ScotchtowB to WUtassbtHs; la
Fsmb Old Hickory Tia raddftows t) MC Carmei in Cov
rion ITimmmiiil In Awylee Parr-h to Bit; Bend.
Fans CRaten ta Xast FeHettaa. tU Stoay Patet, CM
Sprtaa. Beaivsa Ferry. Coeik, Freaeh SettloseBt asd
iUyan lUrWrytoBprinaii!, in I.trinertee Pariih
Faam Miadej. Olainayar PernlTrU S.uun' and Bbtbs'
Store, aad B r Saria: to MaeaoMa, Arttassas.
Frem CottreU's on the Musialou rirfr. Tin Lake Ar
tbnr tu the dread Cheaier ia CaioaSMoB ParWh.
From Wmm-pott ia ATeyellea Parish U th' mosth (
tbe'Bayea Raaae, In St. Laudry Pariah
Frem Bmajatd in BienviUe Parish via Meeeow to Fia
niarc is Boaster Parish
Frpaa New Orteeat to the Oheaiere Catataada.
FrW Xw Orleans to St. Brnard
From Xrw Orleans via Balise to Soothweet Pais.
From Maaaemlae at Iborrttie Pamh te Chartntoa ia
I'-wi P.octoe taMeic'a ceosty to Raeesswisad haJack
asa ceaaty TUamii
Prom Xew Phttod-tahU Tin AMasa to Xew Coasrtwn
la Taacarowas county.
From Xew Bremen Tia KsexrtBe to maaakeatU Aug
Fram FerryerMe Tia Pareaers Cross Beads and Rlpers
Seanearast to Aealaad.
From Gallipelcs ia GaCU ooaaty te Hanion ia Vinton
Preai Oaaseast Tia Ctarka' eoTBera in AshtabsU coan
ty ehsie. Beaver aad Beaver Ooat'e ia Pennsylvania, to
Cuoaiaot iSJl PoaoHylTaaii..
Frem Letaoic to Plea-ant Post Omoe ia PatBam eoaety.
FromOokBIIl ta Jack sea ceaaty Tia Rocky HW, Key
atatte Fsrsace, Tiaton aad Kdingtos te WUkesTlHe.
Frem Oak JIM Tta Wales Patriot Land Fork and Greary
Basaa to Marias is Lunim county.
Fsooa Grieaaiiibanrh Tia Old Steam Famace, CUatoD
Feaaaee. Oanstesebasss, Xew Hope asd Belts Store to
Jobs Bite's ia Lewreaoe oounty.
Frem Grmapcbarg up the East Fork of Little Sandy
River to Isaac Betta la Lawrence coanty, thence to Louisa.
From Brtttet ta Sollrvan coanty via TaylrTHte Sour
Geaoe to Lmalr ta Xerth Cretaaa.
Faam XAera Bcaet ta Carter eoaaty via Bttabethton,
Taitoiiras. to Jearea ia Xerth Carotins
Flam Talk eis MUas la Jefjorson ceanty Tia Heaeri
Misa, Masby Ferry Break's store te Ke Hedge in Grainger
lVaai Waoerty In Huasahrer! coanty Tia Raekpert
Cnaoe Yitte aad FsrsvMe ta Ilsctoa.
Front Geexsjetows Tin Isalaaola, Htcxorr Grsrt), Uprxr
Bmaarraos to Posetam Statiea en the Ciucago branch of
the IlliaoB- Oastoal Ralkead
in Ohio coanty via John Scncten's
M-ttes MBasBsar Brasci toOtws Piatss In Ripley county.
BcsBBtta is Jacksss coajtty via BtardsioD IWg-
fAandoa h Shelby county.
Asian ha Bearborae caaniy la Elf las Sm.
CaaaWtoa ta Perry caaaty to Paoti ta Oranje
From Salem via Beck's Mill aad Organ Spriac KM to
Fn denckeburgh in Washingtee reaety.
Fmm New Castle in Henry eoanly Tia Cadiz to Gieena
bora is Mid ceaaty.
AX APT mimiihi ' . , t , 1 " """J iui..uu., i i-rom tcisiso oiij io ouuniKu i " , allowance or me omal extra Secretary of thejiary io ten aseiui inrrmibni ana ma-1 pauiinea Dy lniprlsoameut, wither without hard labor, J- Belonging is Tnorjis relets Esq., lying on the State- ZtT
Fahm Tali sin nry
lsKjhiiasa mi 1
vfw fitil nrikcoBMi' Via K ttrl?n fit'iltt H Bit'
C-iten laPetf cotrltr. ' ,
From Salem Via Ueai'a Jtllis v tieaen.ajoui.a m
From Pestsn to Xew Albany in Cotes county.
FromOlaeyin Rlchlaud county Tia Intraham Prairie
Bible Grove to Jine in SftlBgham county.
From Rosfield Peoria Tia Robin Xest rrlnceTlIls and
Slackwater to Wyoming in Starke county.
From Vermont to Fulton county Tia Table GroTeand
Johnson's to Macomb
From Princeton in Bureau County to riskllwa connect
ing with the Chicago and Burlington Railroad and the
Chicago and Rick lIand Railroad Tia Wyannetta. Buda,
Xipoutett, Dora. Mendota, Sheflfld Gennesaee, Bock
UUni, Trenton, Peru and La Salle.
From Verdeo via Chapman's Point, Lewli Solomona,
SoeitTille, AtheniTlUs, Uberty Schaolbouse and Dover to
CFr8mtJonnt Carroll Tia Falrhavrn to Gennesiee GroTe.
From GarUnTHIe Tia Rhodes Point Fidelity and Jersey
vtDe to nxrdi-n.
From Winchester Tia Exeter to Bethel.
From Sprtngneld Tia Aorse Creek and Breih Creek to
From Pf tersbnrg Tia Sweelwater to Elkhart.
Frem DemeBt Station in the eeunty of Ogle on the Chi
sago FnitoB aad Iowa Railroad, thence northerly on or
near the coanty Use between Ogle and Dekalb counties
Tia Hicks M11U Past Oaioe Cherry Valley in Winnebago
From Warrensburgh In Johnson County to Bntler In
From WarrenshBxsh to Pieasast Hilt In Cats county.
Frem Lexington via Rtce.mi.Dd MrilrHt and Pinney'i
Grove in Ray eoaaty to UUeaJo LlvlngsUa county.
Frem Oaltfemia inMeattean county to VersaUlcs in
Morgan ooaaty. . .
Frem JeSfctaon City via Mbeari Hver to St. Jos-ph.
Frem St. Louit via Paclsc Railroad to Jefttreon Cliy.
Frem Waldron Scott ooaaty via John Jones ta John X.
StesMB' on th- Portean la S.baittac coanty.
From Perryvffle rta Thamas Haisae's MHnire Tr
lere, Ccawterd, en Sath Foarche le faro Crerk, to Baf
floeten. Post OfSce in Toil coanty and Cedar Creek Post
Ottee in Seott coanty. .
From Des Arc Prairie oeunly via Cotton Plart ta Oik
land in St. Frauds cowry.
From HuntsviJe inMajen connlyvli Berryrllleln
Uarron ooonty to the mouth or James Fort of White river (
From Coi-in-bas Is He-B-JSteai ceaaty Tia llfflwejr' an f
Biehiaad to Rocky Comfe't.
From Jacksonpoit onWtlte Rrm-Tla PowhatUn in
Lawrence county t , Pocabeatas ia Randolph eoaaty.
From Hetesa ia Pbillir eoanly via St. Francis and
Poinsett counties to GaiaasviHe in Green ownty.
From Calboun ia Ctlnrxbia ceanty to FrankSTllle ta
CiainorGe PaiiSb. ,
Frem Li'tieR ck Tia PerryvHle, DanvlUe, BooneviHe
and Gmswoed so theseaUi side tt Arkanssi river to
Fro-3- BrowBSTilk to Taylor's Bluff o While River.
From Camden via MacaoHa to L-wiseille.
itwa Little Rock via Waaaiagton to CiarksvtBe In
T"ro4l Little Rock tirouih n-tSp-irg county to SUn
urtt'a MUl ar the lioe of Plke;nd Clark thence, by Hill'.
Hin in Polk ccanly, thence by the residence of 3 K. Park,
thence tbruigh the Xortbeast corner of Sevier oounty till
It inlrc. the Fort Tow-oa road, th coe thronlh the
Cboetaw Xsttoa to Wrights Ferry on r.td river, thtnc- to
Paris in Lamar coanty Texas.
From rise Raa Tia Arbeii to Worth ia Tuscatooi,
caanty. , ,
From Port Haren Til Clyde Mills, Tine river and Wales
From Mason ia Ingham ceanty via Anrchlves to Eaton
From Ienia to FaHiburg.
From Iloraer In Calhenn county to Pekawsha,
From Ionia by Greenville to Leonard.
From Cunstantiee in St, Jereph county via Shaw Mills,
Williams asd Brownsville to asapoils in Cass county. ;
From Ionia to Verrasutville
From Hillsdale tU South Jeflerion and Ransom ts
From Boston Tia Patterson's Mills to Greenville la said
From Ionia by Cryital. to the centre of IsabsBa county.
From Ienia by Xorth Plains to Mathersen, In the State
From Weataerford to Belknap In Belknap eoanly.
From limit Hvpkins county vis Quitman, Canton,
Bic Rock, te Athens in Henderson county
Fram Gainesville Tia PBot Point in Denton county to
From BrcwnsvlDe via Fort Merrill and San Antonla to
From Wseo ViHifre in MeLenin csnnty to GateirlHe 1
Csiyel county, thence to Lampasses In Laupasses coanty.
From Allhuter, tbo coanty seat of Colombia cenaty, to
Xew Bjttem on the Snwanoe river.
From Orange Spring to !emisgton;
From Leon in Decatur county Tia Mount Ayr la Rlng
SA ceuntr, Bedford In Taylor couaty, Clarinda in Page
county, Sidney in Fremont county, Iowa, to Xcbraska
City in Xehrasta Territory.
From VcGregor'a Landinz In Clayton county Tia Deco
rh. In Wiseetbeik county, Xew Orezoc and noward
Centre in Howard cooBtv, StacyvHIe aad Saint Ausgar In
Mitchell county to Glen Mary and Bristol In Worth
From Guttenburz la Clayton couaty Tia RIkport, Yan
kee Settlement to Indeperdeece in Buchanan oounty.
From GcttHtbarg Tia Peck's Ferry and Coksburg In
Delaware county to Dytrsvilte In Dubuque county.
From Gottenburgvia Glen Haven and Beetown to Lan
caster ia Grant county, Wisconsin.
Fram Marietta in Marshall csnnty via Steamboat Rock
in Hardin county to Intersect same mail route already es
tablishrd. From Indlanela in Warrea county, Iowa, Tia Osceola,
and Leon to Princeton In Mercer county, Missouri.
Frem Xewtou in Jasper county Tia PleasantTille In Ma
rion coanty to Cbsri'on In Loess county.
From Fort Dodge vU DaVotah, Creico, asd Algoaa to
Mankato In Minnesota Territory.
Frem Marenco Tta Toledo! Indian Town, Marshalltown,
Marietta and Nevada to Booasboro.
From Clear Lake City via' Buffalo Grove, Algoni and
Paoli to Spirit Lakes ta Dickinson coanty.
From Marietta to Eldora thence to Iowa Falls
From Fallen City, Illinois, via Clinton, De Witt, M
cbaDicsturg, Lisbon and Mount Vernon, to Cedar Rapids,
From De Witt via Tipton to Iowa City. I
From Wlnterret in Madison county via La Porte, and
Osceeia to Leon ta Decatur eoanly.
From Magneleta in Jackson comfy via Fnltan, Farmers
Crek, Otter Creek Twlngle, and Buncombe to Dnbojce.
From Ottnmwa In Wap-llo county to Chariton In Lucas
ceanty Tia Blsket berg aad Albla.
Frem Mount Pleattat in Henry county Tia Brighton to
O'kaloota in Mahaska county.
Frem I wa City in Jobason coanty Tia Wassonviile la
Washington conntv South English, Webster, Eigourney
and MartiBsburg in Eeoknk county to Oltnmna in Wap-p-11
From Otkaleosa In Mahaska comity via Knoxville,
PleasantTitte and Indiaula to Winterset in Madltoa
From Xewton ta Jasper ceaaty via Fella aad Xnoxvills
to Cbarton In Lscas eoaatv.
From Mareago 'r Iowa eoBBty Tia Toledo in Tama coun
ty, HarshaH T. Fayette, Marietta In Marshall OwEty
and EMora to Iowa Falls 1 Hardin coanty.
Prom Brighten in Washintton county Tia Richland, Jo-
krr, MartiBsburg. BatlerpoK ofliee, and Fremont to Os-
kalsosa in Mahaska coanty.
From Fort Des Moines Tia Greenbsth, St. Charles, Os
ceola and Hop-villeto Mount Ayr In Ringgold coanty.
From WapeUe in Louisa county to Meant Pleasant in
nenry coanty, frem Iowa City via Xerth Bend on the west
aids of Iowa rlvrr, Robert Ferry on said river, Shelby-
ville and Western to Cedar Rapids.
Frem Hale's Comers in Mllwaukia county to Union
Greve in Raetne couaty.
Frem Xew London via Xorthport, nobits Mills, to
Frem Calambus Tia Hamden, Lodi and West Point Ces
From Oroi co Tia Dartisrd, PrlceetoT, MonteUo, Pack,
waakle, and Oxford to VaBsten In Ad-ms ceaaty.
Firm Psrtre City via Menlello, Stony Hill, Dacotah,
Adario. Boena vista, and Pfarrer to Stevens Point
From Osbko-b via Algoma, Oinrs, Berlin, Li Cote, St.
Marie, PrmcetoB and Mentello to Fortoge City.
From Waatosa rU Xe-bbero to MantelH.
From Berlin Tia Seneca, Xeshboio and Shi Ms to Mon
From Prairie deCblen via Patch GroTe, Beetown and
Petosi to Don Htti, intnois.
Frem Piriria da Chiea Tia XezekaniPalnteJ Rack and
Wexford to Lassing, lewa.
From Pra'rie da Ob ken Tis MeGreger's Landing aad
CufIob City to Gutt-nhiTiT in Jnwa.
Frem Ravfield lo Chippewa Falls.
From Richland Centre in Rieblsad county via Wood
etoek. Spring Valley, Marysvillo and 'tparta ia Monroe
ceaatr w Bistk river Fags in Jackson coanty.
Fronr-Waapaeca, Wanpacca county, via Peter G rover's
te Steven's roiat.
itm Black River Falls to X'Ultvdle in Clsric ceuuty.
From S term's Point tm XeiUsrille and Westsas Ratids
te Kau Claire.
From Xew lendsn in Waupacca county via Xorthport,
Little Wolf, Ogdensburg. Ma to Stiven's Point.
From Viroqna in Bad Ax county Tta Brookvillr, Reeds
town. Tl-f y Settlement, Barnes' Mill in Richland coanty
From Portage 0ity in Colambla couaty Tia Pacific, Dr
kora Idi jnd West Point, to Prairie du Sac ia Saak
From B-ilvUlo in Dane connty Tia Xew Glarui to Mon-
tkeilo la Green coast v.
From Prairie da ChieB Tia Eagle Point, and Xeceda to
From La Crosse via GalesvIHe, Pigeon Creek and Sora
ervllle t- Eau Claire.
Frsm Esa Claire Tta Rock Creek in Dnnn coanty, Bear
Creek. I lttle Bear Creek. BafTilo Prairie to Alma.
Frem Watertown City Tia Farmiagtoa, Rome aad Oak
UM to Palmyra.
From Waubetk in Ilsnn couaty to nudssn in SL Croix
Prim Precjtt In Pl-re county Tia Cartons and Eaton's
Mills, Waub-ek, Dunrvill', Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls,
WestoBs Rspids to Xecedah couaty.
From Fountain City in BufTtlo county via Wacbeek,
Menominee to St. Croix Falls.
From Steven's Point Tia Ch'ppewa Falls to Hadssa.
From Mascods to Mineral Point.
From Reedsburs via Rockbridge, Fancy Creek, Reeds.
town, Xew Brookvil'e, Bad Axe and Retreat to Desola In
Bad Axe county.
From Mntcoda Tia Orion, Reedstown and Viroqua to
From Tsland's Prairie Tia Alderiy aad Ashlpun to Wa-
Frem Pilmyra in Jeff-r ton eoaaty to Watertown.-
Frem Wanketha, Waukesha county, to West Bend In
yi asmngisn coemy.
From Eau Clair via Xorth East Corner of section
twenty-seven nearEtliages to Alma in Duna county.
From PlaeerriUe to Georgetown In Eldorado county.
From Plaos-Tlne Tia Xewtown to Indian Dlgglss in El
From Dsientewn is HcmtolU connty to Trinidad In
Klamath cesterty. r
From XiTada Tia Hoyt's Crossing on the South Tola
rlvrr, Sweetland, Sebastepol, San Juan In Xevada county
and Truman's Crossing on the Middle Tuba river to Caap-
lonvme in I at county.
Frem Crereent City via Waldo aad Cloverrllle to Jack
TlBe In Oregon Terrltoiy.
From Xapa City to Clear Lake.
From Xapa City via White Snlchnr Snrines Ealzht's
Ranch Alexanders Ranch on Russian River, to Santa
From Monterey via Sai Louis Obispo to Santa Barbary.
From Fort Ridgely via South'Fatsaf the Rocky Moun
tains, Soda Springs, head of Humboldt River, Honey Lake
and Noble's Pais In Sierra Nevada Mountains to Shasta
'From Minneapolis via Excelsior to Gleaere.
From Owatonee -via Genera to Albert Leo's.
From Cannon TailiTla MautonTlIIe, High Forest, Elk
bora Spring Valley and Foreitville to RUlotta.
From Foreatvrlle via ArnoldsTlIle, Minnesota, to West
Frsm CbatfieU via Marion and Rochester, to Faribault.
From LkkrtHe to Belie Plain.
From St. Cloud to Otter Tail City.
From Otter Tall CUy lo Leech Lake.
From Otter Tall City to Crow Wing.
Frem Ctew Wing Minnesota io Superior, Wlscortln.
From Le:cb Lak-toPokrgo-mic Falls.
Frem Anoka rU St. Jovatban to Snake River.
Frem St. Paul via St. Jonathan and Princeton lo Ojib
wa From Elk river vis St. Jonathan ta Sua Rise CUy.
From Taylor's Falls to St. JoDalhan. j
r;.!fV(rl Til tfiihlnfteS dad Sit'lnf V!!- 12
From Chalfleld rii WathlUSlori nd Hirrbon W Aui-
"t-'rom ChUaso crty to cijengwatana.
From Chisagj City to Taylor's Fall.
From Chisago Cily to Marine Faltsi
From Chisago City to SllUWatcr.
From Austin to Msnketa.
From St. Peter's via Bancroft, Minnesota, to Bradford
From Red Wing to Albert Lee's.
From Wabashaw via Cvntrevllle and Rochester to Aus
tin. From Xorthwood to Greenwood.
From Red Wing via Masippa to Orenska.
FromOtterTallClyUB eckenrldie. '
From Twin Lake via Carlton's and Oneota to DnLutb.
Frem Blue Earth City Minnesota to Algma.Mowa.
From Taylor's Falls to Wjoming.
From St Paul Tia White Bear Lake, Forrest Lake, Chi
sago City to Alhambra.
From Red Wing to Werona.
From Manktto Tls St Xicbolas lo Osags Iowa
From Hokah Tia Middletown, Watcrttwn and Portland
to Lanslnir Iowa.
From Winona T;a Money Creek, Houston, Tncatan and
Belleville to Decorah, Iowa.
Frjrn Trp eotah to Faribault a
From Tepeeotah to Chafl-ld.
Frtm Tepeeotah to Blaek river Falls, Wlioniln.
From nendnson Tta Redttone City and Xew Ulm to the
FaBs of skux rirer
Frem South B-nd rta Batternut valley to Xew Ulm.
Frem Oronaka te Pariba-it
Frem PskeiawBiea via OBbwa to Mllle Lac City.
From LIIH Falls to MiHe Lac City.
From Kill tia via Leroy and Aoitln to Elllotta.
From St. Pter via Glencoe to St. Cloud.
From Carmen Falls via Kenyou and Rice Lake lo Aus
tin. Frem St . Peter via Wilton and Austin to Dekorah Iowa.
From Pert Oxford via Randolph, and Empire City la
Coote eoaaty te Winchester In Douglas county.
From Lis Craces Tla.MeslDa la Dona Ana couaty to
From Suesoa v'a Artsena, Clorado C.ty to San Dlrgo
From 21 Paso via MetiUa. Saesoo Arlzsna and Flit
Tuma to Sb Di'So Oaliroruia.
Frem Olrravia Tia Arcsdta to Oakland.
Fion Kansas City Missouri Tta Wyaadottee Kansas,
Qatndara aad Lawrence to Lecompton.
From Kansas City vU Delaware City to Leavenworth
From Teeamteh via Walkarusa Cly to Rlchardron.
From Weslpsrt Mli-oorl via B:oomiagton, Paris, and
SigarMsand to CenOchhiul Kansai.
From Paoli vu Assjwatomie Blosmlcglon aad Paris to
From Leoompten Tia Dsvii and Midway to Paul!.
From Paoli via Brooklin icd Paris to Segr ilounJ.
From Brawford Seminary via Taleqoa to Fort Smith,
Approved March 3, 1SS7.
AN ACT to supply deficiencies in the appropriations forJ
the serriee of the fiscal year ending the thlertltth of
Jane, eighteen hundred and flfly- ren.
Be if entetedb the Senate and Heme of Rrpretenta
fires of the United Stata ef America in Vongrett ai-
ftaotea, inai ine ioiiowips tumi ue aim iae biiufxic
hereby appropriated, to supply dtfici nciea in ths appro
priations for the serriee of the flfcal year ending the
thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, out
of amy money la the treasury not otherwise appropriates.
Fur thscamoeasation of the efB-r. clerks, mesten.
gers, and otters receiving an annual salary In the senrico
tf tae Senate, viz :
For an additional messenger from first February Is the
thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and flfty-seren, at
tw. Ire hundred dollars per annum, fear hundred and
ninety-six dollars and sixty-six cents.
For Increase of compeni.tl.n ot the superintendent in
charge of the Senate turn acts, from fourteenth August
eighteen handred and Blty-seven, at one hundied and
twenty dollars per annum In addition to former salary.
one handred and four dollars ana seveniy-eigni cenis
For contingent expenses of the Senate, viz :
For the Congressional Globe and binding the ssme
three thousaad two liuudred and eighty-six dollars sad
COSTISCEST EXPENSrS Or THE SENATE
For clerks to coaimlttees, pages, police, horses and car
ryalls fourteen thcusand seven hundred and one collars.
For stationery four thousand dollars.
For re(iortlng proceedings, sixteen tbomand seven hus-
drrd at d ninety-seven aoiuars ana rony-rour cents.
For miscellaneous Items two thousand and six handred
FdT clothing for the armr. camp and garrlsoa equipage.
three hundred aad thirty-two thousand and flf iy-slx dol
lars and eighteen cents.
For tho rrxalar surtDlles of th? quartermaster's de.
nartmeot. conslillr.1 of fuel for thecfrk-rs enlietfdmen,
guard bes its! store houses aad offices, forage la kind for
the horses, mules, ana oxen or tne qnanermasier-a oe
partmect at the several posts and stations, and with the
armies In the field; fa-the horses, ot the two regiments
of dragoons, the two regiments of cavalry, the regiment
of mounted riflemen, the companies ot light artillery and
such companies of infantry a may be mounted, and for
the authorized namberof ((fleers' horses when semn: in
the field and at the outposts, of itraw for soldiers bed
dinr, anl of stationery,- including company, and other
blank booki for the army, certificates tor dischtrged m1
diers, blank forms for the pay and quartermaster's de-pa-
tments, and for the printing of division and depart
ment orders, army regulations, and reports, two hundred
For the increased compensatioa of clerks In the assay
office In New Tork, authorized by the act of mini Marcn,
eighteen hundred and fiftv-five. two thousand dollars.
For the Incidental and centlngent exoensea ot the
branch mint at Sin Fraiiclico, California, forty thousand
For the salary ot the-arveyor general cf Utah Terrl
ttry, for the fiscal year endir g .thirtieth June, eighteen
hundred and fifty-live, fifty dollars.
For amount due for the construction of the marine hos
pital at Vtdkibarg, Mll-si'Pl. seven hundred and clity
two dollari and firty-eizht cents '
For amohnt ne-c-ssary to complete thecuitom-housi at
Louisville. Kentucky, forty tbcusaud dollars
For amount necessary to complete the custom-house at
Both. Maine, five tbacsand fire hundred dollars
For compensation of two clerks In the Department of
State, au'borized by the act of Congress appruv.d etgh
t-enth Auzust. eighteen hundred andorty-rlx three thou
condone hundred and thl tv dollars and 'orty-thrren-nt-:
being from tbe eighteenth Ancast, eighteen bendrtd asd
flfty-sii. to the thirtieth Jane, eighteen handred and
FOB. CONTIXGEKT EXPENSES OF THE HOUSE Or RUT-RESEXTATIl-ES,
For ietding documents Indudli g folding paper, envel
opes, and other foWlnr material, twenty thousand dollars.
For f urnitare. repairs, and boxes for members, two
Fur laborers three thousand dollars
Tulodemeiry the Clerk for such tarns ai he" may have
expended for booke under a resolution of the Honse of
Representatives of Jnly seventh, eighteen hundred and
fifty-fix, and to enable him under said resolution te fur
nlsh for each member and delegate of the House ef Rep
resentatives who has not heretofore reolred the rame
the fel.owrig enumerated books, Tli : Gales srtdSeston's
Regi'terof debates, Ceufresstoi-al Gk.be, and apnendlx
puMtc land laws, instrnrtions and epiaioss, XUwtt's De
bates. Diplomatic Correspondence. Opulons of the Attor
nies General it Ere rolames. Finance Reports Giles aid
SeaUm's Annals ot Csngress John Adams' work, Jef.
fersoa's wotks, ts be supplied from the numbers ot ssld
work now In charge of the librarian, Hickry's Con
futation, and Maya and Moulton's renon and Bounty
Land Laws, one hundred and thirty-eight thousand dot
lars, or so ranch thereof as may bi n-ceiry Is hereby
appropriated out ot any money in the Treasury not other
wise appropriated, Provided i hy be furnished at Tries
sot excmling those for which they were heretofore sup
plied, and prrTided also, that ealJ books be forwarded by
the cierk to snca dudiic library ta tne omrici ot each or
said members and drlegat s as may be designated by said
in-mber and delegate.
Contingent expenses nouse of Representatives.
For stationery, eight thousand five hundred and fifty
For miscellaneous Uemi, five thousand dotltrs
For the pnrcbsseone handred and forty-two copies cf
the Brit aad ter th volumes of the works of John Adams
for the members of the thirty-second Congress sixhau
dred and thlrtv-nlne dollais.
For the re-approprietlon of live hundred and eighty-five
dollars heretofore carried to the surplus fund, being tbe
anient app-opriat-d for tbe CLgravlngof Cfty-one thou
sand five handred and twenty copies e t the nie.-hanical
part or the Patent Office Report for eiihteen handred and
To supply a dficien-y In the appropriation for books
forracmberB of the thirty-third Congress, three thousand
For Canito police, two ban 'red dollars,
To enable tie clerk of the nouse ot Representatives to
pay to John C. Rives the additional conpensxtiun for tbe
Congressional Giohsand Appendix provided in the tlx
teenth f-ctlon ef the act making appropriations for certain
civil expenses ef the government for the year ending
thirtieth June eighteen hundred aad fifty-seven, eleven
thousand one hundred sad seventy four dollars, and sixty
To enable John C. Rlvei to ray to the rencrters of the
norue the nsaal additional comp-nsatloa for reporting the
dtbales of the present session, eight hundred dollars each.
lour thousand djtiars
For the completion of the printing heretofore ordered
by the Senate asd House of Representatives and paper for
tbe same, two handred ana fitly ihousani dollars.
For fees ot witnesses In behalf of the government In tbe
Court of Claims, and of agents or attorneys to be appoint'
ed by the solicitor thereof to attend to the taking of depo
sitions, five thousand dollars.
To meet the expenses of narsis and attendants, antl or
lzed by the third section ot the act of sixteenth August,
eighteen hundred and flrty-sii. entitled "An act providing
for a necessary increase ana setter organization of the
medical ami hospital department of the army," from tbe
dateot said act to thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and
flltr-seven. twenty-fire thousand dollars.
For a reappropriatton of fifty thousand dollars of the
balsucs of tbe appropriation rr tne meutcsi ana hospital
departments which was carried to the surplus fund, thir
tieth jane eigiiicen nunureu ana niiy-inree xor ine pay.
ment ot claims applicable to said department accruing du
ring tbe war with Mexico, asd not yet settled by thoTrea.
inrv Denartment. fifty thousand dollars
For transportation of the army, including tbe baggage
of tbe troops when moving either by land or water, of
clothing-, camp ana garrison equipage rrom toe urpot at
Philadelphia to the several post I ard army depot-, horse
enhlnmenls and cf subsistence from the places ot inr-
chaseand from the -places of delivery under contract to
such places as the circumstances of the service mayre-
qnlre It to be sect, ot oraoance, or eiunaim suires, asu
small arm from the foutdri-a and atmorles to the arse
nals, fortifications, frontiers, ports and army depots;
freights, wnarrage, ious ami jonic, iui nun"'
and hire nr horses, mules and oxen and tte purchase and
repair of wag' ni, cuts, drays ships and other sea-going
vessels and boats for tbe transportation of supplies and
for garrlsoa purposes ; for drayage ar-u cartage at ine
everat noils, hire of teamslera. tran-portallon of funda
for the pay and other ditburelng department! and expense
of sailing public transport! on tbe various rivers the
gait ot Mexico and the Atlantic aad Pacific, and for pro
nrim !. it snch nosta as from their situation require
that it be brought from a distance, seven hundred thoa-
For cBBiBlotlne the renxlra of the branch mlat at New
Orleans, and rendering tbe same fire proof, one hundred
and twenty thousand six nonarea anu sixiy " uouats.
Farorimtni wares, rensira and incidental expenses of
light ressels, occasioned by damages, loss of moo.lngii and
for necessary expenies in recovering saia resseis kronen
drire'dnriiir thelatii slnrms and freshets, and by floating
ice, forty thousand one hundred and fire dollars and sixty
Vnranvnwinr ralslnr. clranlnr. Dalntlng. repairing,
re-ran.rlnz. and inrmlrinff loties of buoys, and for chains
and sinkers occasioned by damage, losses, and for necessa
ry expenses la reeorerlng and restoring ouoys ana torn
appendages during the late itorms and freshets, and by
floating ice, thirty-seren thousand fire hundred and !ixty
two dollars and sixty cents.
For restoring spindles and repairing day beacon de
stroyed or damaged by the late storms, freshets snd float
ing Ice, fourteen thousand fire hundred ara any aousrs.
Forderravlnc ernensea of the defense of suits against
the United Slates far lands occanied br marine hospitals.
light bosses, and fortification! at tbe harbor of San Fran
dsco, California, thirty thousand dollars.
To defray expenses Incurred la preparing pl-ns and ei
tlnates of cost ot a new Jail for th- Diitrlct ot Colombia,
and ot a building fo- the ji roper accommodation of the
Department of tbe Interior, five hundred dollars
Sec 2. And be It further enacted. That the extra
compensitton given br eachef the two Houses of CngTeii,
In tbe year eighteen hundred and fifty-tlx, to 111 ofOccri
ad. cfitr!ore lath fcctild" it 111 dl.BSfiiar,-i t:t '
I ft U?u'tbt' MlMltlttelor ahill M
allowed by the accoutlilhxofflceri of the UMinry desirts
menl. But nothing herein contained shall be sorknstru-
ea as to repeal the Joint resolution of twtntlethof July.
..ghteen huncred and nfty-four t. tlx the compensation
ot the employees in he legislative departm-ntof IhegoT-
" '.. . i'"'""'" allowance or tut usual extra
corrpensa ion to such as receive the benefit hfreof."whlch i
............ Uwuu urrcuy umarra io no m full force and
effcet, except so far as herein provided for
Sec 3 And be it further rnocted, ThaltheproTislons
of the thirteenth section of "An actmaklogapproprlaUon
for certain civil expenses of the government for the year
ending the thirtieth of Jnne, eighteen hundred and fltty
six, allowing to the several disbursing agents for tho late
California Land Commission, the same compensation for
the receipt and disbursement of moneys as are allowed to
other disbursing efflcen of the government in California,
was Intended to apply and Is hereby declared to apply, and
give aald compensation as well when the dlsbnritng agent
was a member of asid Commission as In other casts.
Approved March J, 1857.
AX ACT makl'g appropriation! for the naval iirricefor
the year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hun
dred and firty-elgbt.
Bt it enacted by the Senate and House of Repreten
tativct of the United Statu r .tmrrica in Conjrreii at
tenbltd, That the following soma bo, and they are here
by, appropriated, to bo paid out of any money Jn the
treaiury not otherwise appropriated, for the year ending
the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight :
For pay ot comml slon, warrant, and petty ofilcers and
seamen, Including the engineer corps of the nary, three"
million eight hundred and fltty-llve thoussnd four hundred
aad fitly doHars,
And tbeJSeoretary of the Navy be, in-I be Is hereby au
thorired to enlist eight thousand fire hundred msn for the
nary instead ot seven thiusand fire hundred, and to ex
pend so much sf this amount aa may. In his opinion, be
necessary to traciport officers and men to and from lana
nia. to relieve theomrTS and crews ot ships In the PadSc.
For provisions for commission, warrant, and petty cffl
eets and seann, Including englneeri and marines attach
ed to vessels for sea service, eight hundred and arty thou
sand fonr hendred and fifty dollaro.
For lucres e, repair, armanent, and equipment of the
aavy, !aUodiD the war and tear c' vessels la commit
elon, f a-1 fir steamers, and purchase ot hemp for the
navy, two million eight hundred and seventy-seven thou
For ordnance and ordnance stores and sn-.11 arms, la
dudlnx Incidental expenses, three hundred and four thou
For contingent expenses lb.it may accrue far the follow
ing pntposes, viz: freight and transportation, printing
and stationery advertising ia newspapers, books, maps,
modeli. and drarrUcs, pnrcbas-i and repair of fireenzlnes
and machinery, repairs of and att-ndiiR to (team engines
In nary yards, purchase and mltrnacce of herses and
oxen, and drawing teams carts timber wheels, and the
purchase and repairs of workmen's tools, postage ot public
It. ten, fuel, or, and candles fr navy yards and bore tte
tlo5l, pay of T-atchmen. and Incidental labor, not charge.
aMeto any other appropriation, tran. ports' Ion to and
labor attending the ilrllveiy of provisions and stores on
foreign ctatioas, wharfige, dockage, and rent, traveling
expenses of officers and others under orders, funeral ex
penses, store and office rent, stationery, fuel commlnelooa
and pay ot clerk- to navy agi-nts and storekeepers. Hags,
awnings and packing boxes, premiums aad other expenses
nf rrrrnittnr. arorebtndinr itperters. ner diem nar ta
,ersons attending courts minlal and courts ot inquiry.
asd other services authorized by law. to pay to Judges ad
vecate, pilotage and towsgecf Tew!s, and assistance to
Teasels In dlitrrsa. b.Hs of health, aad quarantine expn
aes ot vessels ef the I'nltsd States navy In foreign ports,
eight hnndred and eighty thoueand dollars: Provided,
That 'b expenditures unirr the foregoing appropriations
shsll be so accounted for as to show the disbursements by
each bureau, under each respective appropriation.
To enable the Secretary of tbe Nary to arm and man the
ordnance ship Plymouth at the Washington nary jojd,
with a rlcw to the improvement ot ordnance and gunnery
practice, forty-nine thousand dollars.
For pay of the officers, non-commissioned stscers, musi
cians and privates, cleiks messenger!, stewards, and ser
vants, for rations and clothing for servants, snbilitenco
and addl'loual rations for five year isrvice of officers,
for undrawn clsthing and ration, bounties for re-enlistments,
asd pay for unexpired terms of previous serriee,
three hundred and fifty-nine thousand six hundred and
nineiy-oae dollars and rlxty-eight cents.
For provisions for marines serving oa shore, fitty.four
thousand Ave hundred and thirty-one dollars.
For cutting, fifty-five thousand two hundred and sixty
For fuel, twenty thousand two handred aad cighty-ons
dollars and eighty-seven cents.
For military stores, repairs of arms, pay of armorer
for'acciutrements, ordnance stores, flags, drums, fifes,
and musical Instrument!, nine thousand dollars.
For transportation of ofilcers and trcps, and expenses
ot recruiting, twelve thousand dollars.
For repairs ot barracks, ard rent of temporary barracks,
aad o faces, sight thousand dollars.
For contingencies, viz: freight, ferriage, toll cartage,
-and wharfage, compensation to tudz's advocate, per diem.
for tbe att nding courts martial and courts of Irquliy, for
constant labor, house rent in Urn cf quarters, burisl ot de
ceased marines, printing, stationery postage, appiehesiios
of deserters, oil. randies, gas. forage, straw, ftriiture.
bed sacks, spades shovels axes picks carpenters' tools, keep
Of ahorse for the messenger. pay f matron, washer
woman, and porter at the hop tal headquarters, and tor
building ef two cisterns at headquarters, thirtj-two thou
sand five hundred dollars.
For tbe constractioa and completion of works, asd for
the current repairs at the several navy yards, viz :
PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE.
For removing le'ge. coal-Louie. e-Clces and mniter-rcom
tank shed, lodge for ordinary, engine-house, for preparing
moorings for the deep satin; rrpairaof all kinds, one
hundred aad twenty-four Iboufand four hundred and
For additional storv to packinghouse and purser's store,
embankment around machine shop, gutters for rose-walk.
extension of dr)-dock, for completion of foundry, machine
and boiler-shop, completing dock-engine, dredge-boat and
scewi, reservoir, water-closets and fioatlag-stages, repair!
of all kinds, three handred and eighty thcusand three
handred and ten dollars.
For reserroir, yard f ence, water-cle!et, lindl'ghtnlng
rods, paring and nagging, repairs of dry dock, quay wall,
dredgtcg, engine-house, completing foundry, machine aad
boiier-ehop, completing sratlhery, law-mill, and carpen
ters' shsp, tluitxr-sbed heating plumbers' and block shop,
machinery for foundry, boiler-shop, smlihery. and coflae
mill, filling in new purchase, repairs of all kinds, three
hundred and eighty-six thousand one hundred and seven
For tbe constractioa of a sewer upoa Flu-Mrs avrnna
to Vanderbilt avenue, thence through the United States
rroands to the Wallibout Water, sixty thonsand dollirs :
Provided, that the City of Brooklyn shall pay one half ot
the co t of the samcoa Fleshing avenue.,
For addition to smltbery, addition to engine-house,
dredging channels, repairs of all kinds, seventy-three
thousand and seventy -five dollars.
Far completing slottlrg.machlne, grading and filling
yard, dredzlng, muster cfilce. reachlnery and tools, repairs
ot all kind, one hundred asd nineteen thousaad and
For quay wall and dredging, extentlea if boiler and
tone shop, a timber, shed, commencing ship house num.
ber forty-eight, commencing victualling establishment
aad purser's store, furnaces, cranes, and tools for fcundry.
spar shed, completing ship-house B, shed number forty-
eight, and store-house number fourteen, completing dock
engine and carpenters' shrp. repairs of all kinds, three
handred and fltty-elght thousand eight haadred and
For extessloa of graalte wharf, fomdry, dredging,
launching ship, improving spar pond and railway to same,
completing fire enUse bouse, rail tracks, steam, box.
pitch, and oil houses, repairs of all kloJj, two hundred
ana mrte inousana otiuts.
For Umber shed with mould loft above, coopers' and
paint shop, with tank sh'tl, coppersmiths', tinners', and
plumbers' stops; two blocks of oOicers' bou-es. two cU
terns, permanent wharf, mxring piers gradiog andpa-
rmg, repairs of an kinds, tiirx hundred and ninety-ulne
thousaad eight hundred and eight dollars.
For repairs of ship-bonsr. fences and other buildings.
cue moujant. cjiuri.
lVrtheconstrnct.ua and completion of works, and for
iae currant repairs or tne several naval hospital! :
Fi.r repairs ot buildings, two thousand Ave haadred
Fjt completing cemetery, repairs of buildings and fen
ces, seven taeassnd two handred dollars.
NATAr, ASTX.XTM, PHILADELPHIA
The smith wall on Shippen street; grading, paving," and
cursing bhippen street; rrpalrsof furnaces, grates, clean
Ing, and whitewashing; gas, water, rent and furniture
reralrs ot all kinds, fifteen thousand eigbthnndrrd dollars
For tulkling and completing surgeon's house, repairs of
brick walk, and current repairs ot buildings, twenty-two
thousand one hundred ana nneen dollars.
For draining and filling ponds, and for general repairs
ot DUiiuiBg:, sixteen tneusand aaiiars.
For the construction and completion ot worka, and for
the current rrpairs at me several naval magazine!:
roM SMOOTH, NEW HAMFiHIRE.
For fitting and furnishing ordnance building and con
ductors, atd for repairs of all kinds, four thousand tiro
hundred and twenty-lhrte dollars.
Fjr repairs of all kinds, one thousand dollars
For completion of armory, loaded shell house and gun
carriage shed; lighting ground fur cannon, new gun
ground, small rov-boat aad shed ; repairs ot whsrf, new
pitr aad boat slip at Ellis's Island, repairs of all kinds.
miriy-Bix inoussnu iwu uuaurtu ana imny-eignt aollars
For bnl ding wharf at Fort Mifflin, and repairs ot all
iioui, icu moussuu una uauurra sua seven uollars.
For rtpiirs of ordnance building, four tbomaad eight
For ordnance bnlldlag, engine tnd machinery, sea wall
airunnorrois, ana repairs or all kinds, fllty-slx thou
sand and ninety dollars.
For repair! of all kinds, one thousand dollars.
For pay of superiatenderts, naval eonitructors. and all
tbe civil establish!! ectt at the several navy-yards and sta
tions, ene nnnarea zsa twenty-eight thousand three hnn-
area ana eighty-two dollars.
For the purchase of nautical Instruments rr quired for
the use of the navy; Jot repairs ot the same, and alsoof
astronomical inurnment! ; and for tbe pun bale or nan.
tlcal books, mapa, aad charts, ad tor backing and bind
ing the same, eighteen thousand dollars.
For printing and publishing sailing directions, hydro-
grapmcai surveys, ana astronomical observations, fifteen
For cotitinilng the publication of the series of wind and
current charts, and for defraying all the expenses connect
ed therewith, eighteen thousand dollars.
For models, drawings, and copying; postage, trtlgbt.
and transportation; forworkingllthographlcpress, indu
cing cncmicais, ror seeping grounds la order, for furl
and lights, and for all ether contingent expenses of the
united siaiei kith Observatory ana Uydrogrtphlcal Of
fice, eiibt thousand dollars.
For tbe wages of persons employed at the United State!
Xaral Observatory and Hidrozrashical Office, viz: one
llthoyrapher, one instrument maker, two watchmen, and
one porter three thousand oaa hundred and sixty dollars.
For erection, improvement, and reoalrs of buud.ngs
and grourda, and support of theXaval Academy at An
napolis. Maryltnd, forty-two thousand three hundred and
seven dollars and twenty-two cents.
For preparing for publication of the American Nautical
Almanac, twenty-six thousand eight hundred and eighty
For preparing for publication the surveys ot the late
expedition to tbe Xorth Pacific Ocean and Bherings
Straits, and for finishing the publication of the Charts
made by the late expedition for the exploration ana survey
ef Ibe rirer La Plata and tributaries, six thousand seven
hnndred and ilx'y dollar!. Provided, that the whole ex
pense shall not exceed tbe sum hereby appropriattd. J
FeMkirnWfnStlil'oR al ll.tl liitH IMtti
ellfPitll fUnijbelKjr .tfcsatnotmtl CM Thomgiflaltlara,
lutof thelSrlo Eqoadronon ale la tbeofflrtof the roarth
Auditor of theTreaiary, two hundred aad fonrteen dollars
and eighty nine cents. '
Sec. 2. .dnd" be it farther enacted, That to enable the
Secretary of the juavy io
eoTerles appllsable to an
test useful Invention! and dis
coveries appllsable to and designed to advance the ca
dency of the Navy, the. mm of ten thonsand dollars U
hereby arprcprlaled out of any menles In the Treasury
not otherwise appropriated, and the same Is subject to
Sec. 3. And be it farther enacted, That hereafter it
shsll be lawful for the Secretary of the Xavy to place tbe
supervision of the compilation and publication of tne
Nautical Almanac, In charge of any officer or professor
of Mathematics of tbe Xavy, or comp-tent qualifications.
Provided, that mch effieer or professor, when so employ
ed, shall receive no higher pay than tbe duty pay to-which
his grade shsll entitle him.
Sec. 4. And be it Jurther enacted. That ine acts ma
king appropriations for tbe naval serriee of tbe fifth ot
August, eighteen hundrid and fifty four, and of the
third of March, eighteen hundred and fifty fire, sbiU be
ao construed as to allow the Boatswains, gunners, sail
makers, and the carpenters of tbe Xary, wheaoaihore
duty, the ssme percentage -for sea service as is row
to them when on sea duty
Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That tbe Secreta
ry of the Nary be, and be Is h reby, authorized to eau-e
to be constructed for the United States Xavy, at as early
a day as practicable, consistently with a due regard for
economy and efficiencyfive (loops of war, ta be provided
with screw propellers, and properly armed and equipped
for serriee, said vessels and machlner&sto be built by
contract, or in tbe government Xavy Tardi, as tbe Secre
tary of the Xavy miy think most advisable tor the pub
lic Interest, and that tbsre be, and Is hereby appropria
ted, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary
of the Xavy for tbe purpose above specified, the sum of
one million dollars, oat at any moaey la the Treasury Dot
Sec C. nd" te ft furthtr enacted. That the Secre
tary of the Navy Is hereby authorized te sell at pubMo
auct'on, the wharf at tte Xaral Aiytura, at Philadelphia,
and also the plat of ground cut ofi" from the Asylum by
Shlfpen street. If l his opinion a fair price can be ob
tained for it, the proceed! to be carried to the credit
of the Xaral Hospital fund, f ron which tend they were
Sec. 7 And be it further enacted, That the Secretary
of the Xary be, and be Is hereby directed to bare pre
pare;, and to report to Congress at Its next sm lion for
its approral, a code at regulations; for the gorerament ot
the nary which shall embrace such general orders and
forms for tho verformanee of all the necessary do ties ia-
enmpent on the officers there f both ashore aad sliest. In
cluding rn'es for tbe government of courts martial, and
court, of iiioulrras well as to-ftaWtsh the rank end re-
cedance ot each grade ot tfficera ;n the line cf promeeiea
and (he relative rank and precedence, ashore and afiost.be
tween them and non-cornbstants. and between officers aad
putty officers ot all grades not In the liae of promotion.
Sec. 8. And be it farther enatttd. That the sera of
seventy-one thousand Joiiars bo and the same 1 hereby
appropriated ojt of any money in the Treaiury uet oth
erwlse appropriated io be applied in carrying out tbe pro
r.slens of the third section of the act to amend an act
entitled ."An act to promote the efficiency of tbe na
vy," granting one year'i du.y pay to the dropped eta
cers who shall not be restored to the Xavy, acd that all
ef said dropped officer! skill be entitled to receive tbe
same forthwith, and If reatored to the Xavy the amount
so received srdrr Ibis provision shsll be deducted trnrn
the pay to which they will be entitled under the sixth
sectlsn ot the ssid act to amend the ' act to promote the
efficiency ef the navy."
Sec. 9 And be it fui tier enacted. That the Sscretary
of the Xavy be; and he Is hereby authorized to cause to
be extended and completed tbe exploration ot the Parana
asd the tributaries of 'Le Paraguay rirer, PrtvUed,
that the expense thereof shall not exceed twenty-Pee
thousand dollars, which are hereby appropriated for that
purpose out ef any money in the Treasury not otberwiss
Sic. 10. Andbe it furthtr enacted. That tbe Secreta
ries of War and the Navy be authorized under the direc
tion of the President, to employ such officers of tbe army
and aavy as maybe necessary for the purpose to make
exploration asd verification of the surreys already made
ef a ship canal near tbe Isthmus of Dsrlen, to connect
the waters of the Pacific and At antic by tbe Atratoand
Turando rivers ; Provided, that the expense shall not
i xcced twenty-five thousand dollars, wbl h are hertby ap
propriated therefor out of any mocey In the Treaiury not
Sec. 11. And be it further enacted. That for prepar
ing, anaagiag, daislfylng and labelling the specimens of
natural history brought hems by the North Pacific explor
ing and lurreyl&g expedition and for reporting tbe ssme
to Congress with the appropriate drawings and cat a
lozues, the sum ot fifteen thousand dollars, be and tbe
lame li hereby appropriated out ot any money In tbe
Treasury not otherwise appropriated, luhject to the con
trol of the S cretary ot the Navy
Sec. 12. And &e (furf Aercnacf erf. That the lurvinnr
officers of the Xary ot the Republic ot Texas, who were
duly commlsikned at such at tbe time ef annexation,
shall be entitled to the pay ef ofilcers of the like grades,
when waiting orders. In tbe Nsry or tbe United States,
for fire years rrom the time st said annexation and a
sum suf.icient to make the payment is hereby appropria
ted out or any money la the Treaiury not otherwise ap
propriated, Prorlded, that the acceptance ef the prerlt
ioni sf thli act by aav ot the said sirlt.rs shall be a fall
relinquishment asd remuneration of all claim on bis part,
to any farther compensation, on this tyfcalf from the
Uclt'd States government, and to any position lathe
Xavy or the Ualted States.
Approved March 3, 1S57.
AX ACT ror the relief or certain actual settlers and cul
tivators who purchased lands, subject to graduation,
within the limits ot the Choctaw cesilon-of eighteen
hundred and thirty, at a less rate than the true gradu
ated price, under the "Act to graduate aad redsre the
price of the public lands to actual settlers and cultiva
tors," approved tbe fonrtl.'if August, elgbtaeBfauBdred
and fifty-four, and for other purpo-ej.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Itrprcicn
talivtt of the United States of America in Congrett at
temlled. That any person or persons who may have en
tered, In good faith, lands subject to graduation within
the limits ot tbe Choctaw cession of eighteen hnndred and
Ulrty, before tbe correct graduation lists bad been re
ceived at the local land e fllces. at a less rate than the true
graduation price, and who settled upon and Improved the
lauds entered, or who entered the same for the benefit of
an adjolnlnt. farm, and who continue to occupy the same,
shall be entitled (provided the entries are regular in all
other respects) to receive patents for the lands so entered,
settled upon, and occupied, without any additional pay
airnt being rrquin d of them, upon their maklnglhe proof
required by tbe circulars frem the General Land Office,
dated tbe twenty-third of January and the seventh of
April, eighteen hundred and fifty-six any law to theeon
trary notwithstandlnz: Provided, that no proof shall be
required which Is not necessary to carry Into effect the
provisions of this act.
Sec. 2. And be it furthtr enacted. That the ict of
May I ntneteca oae thousand eight hundred and fifty
two, intltlrd "An act to anthorize the Legislature of
Mississippi to sell the lands h-retofore appr prlated for
the use of schools In that State and to satisfy and approve
tbe sales already made," be so construed as to appiy to
lands heretofore reserved for school purposes la the State
Approved Marsh 3, 1S37.
AX ACT mif.ng appropriation for the transportation ot
the Cnited States mall, by ocean steamers aad other
wise, daring -he fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June,
eighteen hundred and fifty-eight
Be if enacted by the Senate and House of Represen
tatives of the United Statet of America tn Congre't
assembled. That the following anms be, and the same are
hereby appropriated, to be paid out of any moaey In tbe
treasury not otherwise appropriated, far the year ending
the thirtieth of Jcne, eigh een hundred and flftj-eight .
Per transportation of tbe malls from Xew Terk to Liv
erpool, and back, three hnndred and forty-six thousand
five hundred dollars.
For traarportatton of the mails from New Tork to New
Orleans, Charleston, Savannah, Havana, and Chagrei,
and hack, two hundred and ilxty-one thousand dollars.
For transportati'n of the mails from Panama to Cali
fornia and Oregon, aad back, three hundred and twenty
elfht thousand three hundred and fifty dollars.
Sec. 2. And be It further enacted. That the following
sums be, and the ;am-are h reby, appropriated for the
service of tbe Pest Office Department for tbe year ending
fie thirtieth of June, one thousand eight handred and
fliiy-eltnl, out of any moneys in the treasury arising
from the revenues ot said department, in conformity to
the act ot the second of July, one thousand eight handred
and thirty-six :
For tiaasportation ot the malls betwe-n Charleston and
navaru, a sum not exceeding fifty thousand dollar!.
For transportation of the malls across the Isthmus of
Panama, one hundrid and thirty-fire thousand dollars.
Approved March 3, 1R57.
AN ACT to amer-d an act entitled "an act to provide for
the better organization of the Treasury, and for thi col
lection, safe keeping, transfer, aad disbursement of the
Beit enacted by the Senate tnd House of Represen
tatives of the United Statet of America in Congrett
assembled, That tbe act to provide for tbe belter orginl
xatlou of th Treasury, aad fur lb- collection safe keep
ing, transfer, and disbursement of thepublicr-venue, ap
proved August sixth, eighteen hundred and forty-six. be
and the ssme Is hereby io amended, that each and every
disbursing officer or agent ot the United States, luring
any money ot tbe United States, entrusted ts him ror dis
bursement, shall be, and be Is hereby required to deposit
the same with tbe Treasurer of the United States. or with
some one ef the assistant Treasurers or public depue-iU-rici,
and draw for the same only In favor ot the prions
to whom payment Is to be mad: In pursuance of law and
Instructions; except when payments are to be made in
aums under twenty dollars. In which cases, inch disburs
ing agent may check in his own name, stating that it Is
to pay sman claims.
Sec. 2. -rind be it further enacted. That the Trea
surer of tbe United States assistant Treasurers, and wh
ile depositaries, shall safely k?ep all monies deposited by
anydlsbarslngofflcsrordlshuritng agent of the United
states, ai will as any monies deposited by any receiver,
collector, or other person, which ihtll le the monies of,
er due or owing to the United States, and for a failure so
to do shall te held gnllty of the crime of embezzlement ot
said moneys and subjects to the punishment provided for
embezzlements in tbe act to whick this Is an amendment
Sec. 3. And be it further ciKaclcd, That it shall be tbe
duty or each aoa every person was shall have monies of
the United States la his hands or posssesiion. ti ear the
same to the Treasurer, the assistant Treasurer or public
aepositaryof the united states, anu take hli receipt for the
same. In duplicate and forward on of them forthwith, to
the Seer tary of the Treasury, and for a failure to make
such deposit when require uy tne secretary of the Trea.
lury, or any other Department or the accounting officers
ot tbe Treasury, tbe person so falling shsll btheld guilty
of tht enms of embezzlemenl. and subject tothe punish
ment for that ofienie, provided ia the act tohlch this it
Approved, March 3, 1S57
Public 4t 1
AX ACT toexlend the provisions of the act entitled "An
act In aadltlon to certain acts gran'lnc bounty land to
certain officers and soldiers who hare been engaged in
the military service of the United States, " to the ofil
cers and soldiers nf Maior David Ballej's battalion of
Cook county, flinnoia j volunteers.
Be it enacted bv the Senate and House of n,nr.
tativet of the United Statet of America in Congrett at-
tcmoiea, inai an moso ouiccr anu soiaiers or Major Da
Tld Bailey's battalion, et Cook couaty. (Ullnols.l rolnn.
teers, stationed at Fort Dearborn In tbe Black Hawk
war of eighteen hundred and thlrty-lwo, who hare never
receireu warrants lor oounty land for aerrice In said war,
ibal. be entitled to receive a cerlflcate or warrant t mm
the Department of the Int rlor, for one hundred and
sixty acrti or una, upsn mixing proof, either br record
evidence or such parol evidence as the Commissioner ot
rensioni may require, or caving served in said war for
the term ot st least fourteen days the nrorlilona or lhi.
act to rxtend to the widows ana minor children of aald
officers and soldiers who havs died, or may die beforu re
ceiving sucn warrant or certiorate.
Approved March 3, 1S57.
AX ACT In adlitlon to an act more effectually to provide
jor iae pununmeni or certain crimes against the Uni
ted States, and for other purposes.
Be if enacted bv the Senate and House of Reoretenla.
lives of the United Statet of America in Conoreis at.
tembled. That if any person or persons upon the high
sen. or in any arm of the sea, or in any rirer, haren,
creek basin, or bay, within the admiralty Jurisdiction ef
the United Slates, and out of the jurisdiction ot any par
ticular State, shall unlawfully and wilful r but without
malice aforethought, strik-, stab, wound, or shoot at any
other person, of which striking, itabing, wounding, or
shooting, such parson shall afterward! die upon land
wltbln or without the United States, every p-rson so of
fending, hi or her counsellors, sidsrs, and abettors, shall
be deemed gnllty st thecrimiof manslsughter ; and no
on conviction thereof shah be punished as li hereinafter
SEC. 2. And be it further enacted. That If anrserion
upoathehlgh teasjorlnmyirm of the sea, or la any
ffifi k1?3' ri, tia, r tor, ttUhfe At tiaum
tUf!ldi!tlcfi ct the baited fiutej, ,Ka 0tit st tt!:Jariiate
Ucrl bt gay piftlstUar Stat, illall attempt to eoffiralt tht
stuaoei murder or raiailaugater, try poisoning, drown-
la'i or siraogiirg another persoa, or by any means not
constituting the offense ot an assault with a dangerous
weapoa, each offender, upoa conviction thereof, shall he
pnnlihed by lmprisoameut, wlih or without hard labor,
for a period not exceeding three years, and a fine not ex
ceeding one thousand dollar 1, at tho discretion of tho
Sec 3. vind be it farther enacted. That, the itime r
manslaughter, aa prorlded for by thts act, aad all other
acta heretofore passed, aball be punished by Imprison
ment, with or without hard labor, fwr a gerlod not ex
ceeding threo years, aad a fine not exceeding one thou
sand dollars, at the discretion ot the court.
SEC. 1. And be it furthtr enacted. That all acts, and
parts or acts. Inconsistent with the provisions of this act,
are hereby repealed. Provided, however, thit thli repeal
shall notified any act done before, or any prosecution
pending at the time of the passage of this act; but all
such acts shall be Indictable and punishable, aad all such
prosccnuens euau rje proceeded with as the same -would
bave been indictable, aad punishable, and proceeded with
If this act had not been passed.
Sec 5. And be it further enacted. That In all cases
wb-re any oath, afnrmatljn or affidavl s shall be made er
taken, before any register or receiver or either or both of
them, of aay local land office tn tbe United Sta.es or any
Territory thereof, or when aay oath, affirmation or afflda
rit, sbsllbe made or taken before aoypersoaastberlxedby
tbe laws ef any SUte or Territory o: the United States to
administer oaths or affirmations or take aCUarita, and
such oaths, affirmation or affidavits are made, used or filed
In any of ssid local land offices or in the General Land
Office as will la cases arising under any or either of the
orders, regulations or las ructions concerning any of lbs
public landsof tbe United States, iisaed by tbe Commis
sioner of the General LaaJ Office or other proper officer
or the government ot the Cnited States, as under tbe
laws ot the United States, tn any wise relating to er ar
reting any right, claim or 'Itl?, or any cosiest therefor,
to any of tbe public land! ot the United States, and any
persoa or persons shall taking such oath, affirmation or
sfiWavtt knowingly, wilfully or cc-rraptly swear or affirm
filed!, tbe rame shall be deemed and taken to be perjor j,
and the per ion or persona guUly thereof, ihaH npoa cea
rietion be liable to the psiiibsaeat prescribed f jr that
offense by the laws of the United States.
Approved March 3, 1857.
Be it enacted by the Senate end Houtt of Rrpreten
tetivet of the United States of America tn Ctmgr'K
assembled, That in- lekclkn ot swarap and oversowed
lands gi anted o the several States by the act ot Congress
approved September twenty-eight, eighteen handred and
fifty, entitled "An act to enable the S'ateo Arkan
sas, and o'.ner States, to reclaim the swamp lands within
their limits," and the acts ot the second ot Mirth, eigh
teen hnn I ml and fo'iy-Dlne, entitled "An act to aid the
State ot Lojislana in dralolnz tbe swamp lands there ia,"
bereloicr,! made and reported to the C-acu-. loner ot the
General Land Office, so far as tbe same si all remain va
cant and unappropriated, and net lalerfercd with by an
actual settlement under any existing Ux ot the United
States, be, and tbe same are hereby, confirmed, and shall
be approved and patented te the said several States, la
conformity with tbe provisions of the act aforesaid, as
soon ss may le practicable alter tbe passage ot this law :
Provided, however. That nothing in this act contained
shall interfere with the provisions of the act ot Coagress
entitled "An act for the relief ot purchasers and locators
ot swamp and overflowed lands," approved March seeorW,
eighteen hundred and fifty fire, which shall be, and is
hereby, continned ia farce, asd ixteneed te aR entries
snd locations ot lands claimed as swim? bads raade since
Approved March 3, 1S37.
AN ACT lo rorstruct a building for a cssUm besie and
pot wUce at Perth Ambey, New Jersey.
Be it tnactedby the Senate and Mouse tf Represen
tatives of tht United Statet of America in Congress as
sembled, That the sum of twenty thiusa&d dollars with
ten per o'nt. thereon to cover coatlngrucies and so much
as may te required to purchase a suitable site be, and
the sane are hereby, appropriated out of aay money in
the treasury not otherwise appropriated for the construc
tion In the city of Perth Amtoy, la tbe State ot New
Je-sey. for tbe accommodation ef a custom bouse and
post office, of a brick building, perfectly flie proof, with
fioora constructed of iron beam! and bu'k arches, and an
iron roof ot forty-five by thirty-two feet and thirty-two
feet high : Provided. That no money hereby appropriated
shall be used or applied for tbe purpose mentioned until
a valid title to the land for the site of said building shall
be nested In tht United States, and until the State ef ew
Jersey shall also duly relinquish and release to the United
States the right to sx or in aay way assess said site, or
the property of the United States that may be thereon
daring the time that the United States still be or reaialn
the owner theeeof .
Approved March 3, I&S7.
AN ACT to increase tbe pay of the Cadets of the West
Be it enacted by the Senate tnd House of Representa
tives of the United States ef America in Cangrcsi'cs
sembled. That tbe par ot tbe Caiites at tbe Military
Academy at West Point thai hereafter ta thirty da lars
Sec. a And be ir further enacted. That this act shall
take effect from and after the oassage thereof.
Approved March 3, 1SS7.
AX ACT providing for tbe constractioa of a military
road between Fort Stellacoom aad BeBtsgbam lay. In
the Territory of Washington.
Be it enacted by the Sena'e and House of Repreten
lativet of the United States of America in Congress as
sembled. That the aum sf thirty-five thousand dollars be.
asd ths same Is hereb -, appropriated out of any moseys
In the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the par
pose of constructing a military road between Fort Stetla
eoom and Belllnghara bay. In the Territory ot Washing
ton ; aad the said road to be constructed under the direc
tion of the Secretary of War, punuant to contracts to be
made by htm.
Approved March 3, 1857.
AX ACT for tbe construction of a read in the Tenltory of
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa
tives of the United Statet of America in Congrett as
sembled. That the sum ot thirty thousand dollars be, and
tbe same Is hereby, appropriated oat ef aay ratuey In the
treaiury for the construction of a road from the Platts
river, via the Omaha reserve and DabkeU city, to tbe
Running Water river, la tbe Territory of Nebraska ; said
road to be ceastructed under tbe direction ef the Secreta
ry of the Interior.
Approved March 3, S57.
A RESOLUTION relative to sections sixteen anst thirty
six In the Territories ot Minnesota, Kansas and Xe
braska. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representative!
of the United Statet of America in Congrett assem
bled. That where any settlements, by the erection of a
dwelling bouse, or the cultivation of any portion of the
land, shall hare been, or shall be made, upoa the six
teenth or thirty-sixth lections (which sections have been
reserved by law for the purpose st being arplied to the
support ot schools In the Territories ot Minnesota, Kan
sas, and Xebraska. and in the States and Territories
hereafter te be erected out of tbe same) before tbe ssid
sections shall hare been, cr shall be surveyed ; or when
such section! hire been, ar may b selected or occupied as
town sites, uader and by Tlrtoe of lh act of Congress
approved twenty-third ef May, eighteen hundred and
fort, -four, or reserved for pnMic usei. before the surrey,
then other lands shall be selected bv the proper authori
ties, in lien thereof, agreeaMy to the provisions of the
act of Congress approved twentieth May, eighteen hun
dred aad twenty-six, entitled "An act ta appropriate
lands for tbe support of schools In certain townships and
fractional townships net before pro'lded far " And if
ucb settler can bring himself, or herself, within the pre
visions of the act of fourth ot September, eighteen hun
dred and forly-one, or the oeetronti of the town site be
enabkd to show a compliance with the provisions ef the
lawof twenty-third May, eighteen hundred and forty-
tour, then the right ci preference granted by tbe said
acts. In the purchase of such portion ot tbe sixteenth er
thirty-sixth sections, so settled and occupied. ihaH be ia
them, respectively, as If inch sections had Eotbceapre-
Tiousiy reserrea ror scnool purposes.
Approved March 3. 1SS7
FREESE & FlaOTI'ERS
iW MERCANTILE COLLEGE
lTo. 338 Main Street,
Bel. Uni ,n and Giyr-o.
I A now o-en ror the reception 0f Students. Everything
that Is taught ia any institution ot a similar kind in
the United States can be learned bre. The course re
traces Single and Double Entry Bok-Keeping, Penman
ship. Commercial Law. Cocmerclal Forms and Calcala
tions. Banting, Wholesale and Retail, Commission
Steamboat. Manufacturing. .c
Studrnti are cot taught ia daises ; they are instructed
lndtrlduilly and psiately; so there will be no detention
on account ot classes. It takes but a few weeks to com
plete the course.
Ihe hours of Infraction will be from 9 to 12 A. sr., and
rrom -losp Ji. Also, Evening ixssous from 7 to 9
For fall course, time unlimited...... $35 00
For partial course.... 25 00
For Penmanship, time unlimited 15 00
For " twenty lessons.... 5 00
For further particulars, address
FRKKSE & FLOWERS,
Gollierville Male Academy.
mniRD SESSION begins FIFTH f JAXUART, aad
J. B. STAMPS, Principal. Jingllsh.
J. CLAYTON, A. M , Ancient Languages.
G. R. BRIDGES, Steward.
TERMS, DtTE AT CLOSE Or SESSION.
Orthography, Reading and Writing , S 00
English Grammar, G'ograpby and Arithmetic... 10 00
Philosophy, Chemistry. Astronomy, &c... 15 09
Mathematics and Ancient Languages 20 00
Board, including all contingent expenses per month 9 00
sisorais cnargiu rrom time or matriculating to close
or session, ana no deduction except for protracted Illness.
C3 Endnlrer copy.
COLLIERVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE,
Incorporated in 1856.
tTIHE fourth Session will begin the SECOND DAT oj
i isjiiiuAai, ami continue iweniy.onc weeks.
W. H BENNETT, A. M., M. D , President. Ancient
Mrs. E. BEXXETT, Governess. Vocal and Instrumental
Mill MATILDA KOEX, E. L. It.. Engllih Llteratnra.
J. B. STAMPS. Steward
Term-, Payable at the Clott of Each Settion.
Primary Department io 00
Academic .15 00
Collegiate " 50 00
Music with use of Instrument M 00
jncinrniai Tax 1 00
Board, including all contingent expenses per month S CO
iiv cms cuargv xor Ancient languages.
Students charged from tlaie of mitrlenlillnp -iv,. e
session, and no deduction except for protracted nine's.
The Prcsldeat and Lady hoard in College, where all pa-
i''- ' WW BMUIIUIMSLCU. Jinl-W3m
tCr Enquirer copy
WE hare la store and are conrtantly recelrlng the
most celebrated brands of TOBACCO from Virginia,
Kentucky and Missouri, which we sell at mannfactsrers'
prices. We would call attention to the following brands :
1 rotters uough and Ready Twist;
Walkr k. Co.'s "
Holland'. Bxtra Pancake;
Mohican, ponndi ; Whit Tnnstall, pounds ;
Pocahontas " Emma Adams ' " -
Bigg- - " II. John's "
Parkins " Sutherlln's "
Persian Smoking Tobacco.
SKABBOOE & CARSON,
ttb3I-6m Madison itmt, two doors from Main.
Thos. Peters Residence for Sale.
I HAVE for sale the Residence and 183t acres ot land
belonging to Thomas Peters Esq., lying on the State
Lice Road and the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, 21
miles east of Memphis, st Bray's Station The improve
ments consists of a Jwe'Ilng. built in Gothic Style, large
rooms and 2 small oues, with etoMta, store rooms, Joe
Kitchen, 2 servants' rooms, cistern, well, stables and
barn, carriage nease, wagoa ibrd, Ice, he In abort, It
Is one of the best improved places la Shelby county, all
new and la perfect order. I will sett tbe Improvements
and S3 K acres ot land, or a.'l together. If desire, I will
sell tbe stock ot sheep, bogs, and cattle, corn. fodJer, can
and pork, slaughtered and packed la the smoke boose. A
bargain will be girts. Apply to Thes. Peters, on the
premises, or to G. B. LOCKE,
dec 21 Auctioneer and Real Estate Broker.
Suburban Residence for Sal?.
T OFFER for sale, upon good terms, the former Reel-
1 denes of C. F. King. Kw.. Irrag oa tbe Berth ihte ot
the new Slate-ltse read, a taOe and a half east of the
euy. Tne tract contains 11 seres, anu is unprovds wiic
a small residence ot three reams, wen asd other improve
ments. Also, a fear sere wood let. nearly ea-peelte. Thts tract
Is within three quaaters ot a mile t a good chare aad
scnool, aatl is is see ef the best and beans lest neirnior
hoods (b the vicinity ot Measphls. G. B. LOCKE,
noTll Aacthaeer and Real Estate Broker.
Ofi i n CIGARS. sue Terr seoerter.
OUsUUU n. n. potter.
Fiauo Fortes for Sale.
I HAVE ia store, last received alree
from Xew Tork TWELVE PIAXO
FORTES, from S 1-3 U7 eetare, of sape-
rier aaisa and duBrrtBt s tries, some betac
inlaid with P-l. They win be raid at greatly reduced
prices This presents a Boost favorable oaoertar-ity te
pure nose a sapTtor Instrument at a bargain. Term
made ta suit parchasevs. G. B. LOCKK,
dec-13 -t Auctioneer and Reel Bttate Broker.
L.ots at Private Sale.
I OFFER for sale, ason easy terms, Bai-aproved Lota,
121, 122, 128,1, 160, 1M, 131, 132. Improve' Lets,
169 and 176 being oa tbe plan of sabdivislaBot Greeslaw
Safil.Tans, Leaner 2t Ce-e. 6. B. LOCKE,
novMr Aocttoeveer asd Real Estate Broker.
Important to Cottou Planters!
THE TAYLOR TReIiIUM COTTON CIX,
CLEltTAIi'S, BEOWN & CO.,
THE sabecrUwr bgs leav te call the attention of
Planters to in examination of the menu of these
Gib Steads, which possess la a greater degree tbe qnait
'ses to Ir- dod'ed la s Cettoa Gtn Tls : Spretf, light
Draught, aad Good Sample tbaa aay Gin extant, aad
are af-red oa as reaseaaMe terms as aay estaMieliBMBt
m the Svath.
I feel tally aathorised la saying that I can famish, al1
ti..niTS considered, a iBpenor tiia Staid to any factory ia
the United Stilts.
Me.irs. Powlk s. Mix) at Jc Co. are agents for the sale
ef these Gibs, '7 bo will keep a saapiy ef varies ses a
band, or will order ar.y sue at short notice. Oatce oa
Jetr-rtoa Jtreet, Memphis, Team.
Trir30-d.wiw6st S A. THORNTON, Ag't-
ACCCRATELT adjusted t . the ere, so a o suit the
most difflcult vtii-.n, wit. out occasioning that sen -e
cf weakr ess or fatigue to the organ generally eumidained
ot by wearers ot comiaon gloj-es. but enabling the wearer
of this Improved Spectacle t.j pirsoe the Bust minute
employment either by day or candle light, with ease and
CHUN". MTTLIiIia, Optician,
OP THI 1 1RM or
CHEN. MTTLLER & BEO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Clocks, Watches .lewctvy,
ilediton-tt., bet. ilaln and Front Rev,
OPPOSITE I. B. KIRTLAX D'S OFFICE, MEMPHItJ.'
0 PARTICULAR itb-aUaB paid to tbe repassing
ot Waiebes by an ei parte ncid wurkmaB. Being
JfT", 'J, deu-ra sssed not to be xoaHid in lupener work
tSirrtrvmiubip la this braa n at she basiaesa, we bare
engaged a nrstssaei WatCbBia.ef,Bj-al can tUtter oar
selves in Saying that there 1- no Whose, East or West,
that car boast et a better. ( Ujcks ea-efaBy repaired aad
warranfasl Jewelry and Sjmtacies et very description
made to order. OM Jewelry neatly repaired, asd Specta
cle raaasses Inserted ia old f ra-nes to salt every sight.
P. S. The Bameroas complaints et persoaa who hare
been i-r poed upon by iadlridoals ptiilit g throaih the
country aa inferior article of spectacles, representing
them so be these Improved gla?, reader it necessary
that we -bo-ad caatsoa the -ttibllc 'agaiast such readers,
and protect the reputation of -or glasses. All spectacles
made by us are stamped w th tbe Basse of the arm.
marlO-daw CHRISTIAN MCLLKR it BRO.
CHARLES N. ERICH,
AND DEALEB IX
FAXCY AXD FAMILY GROCERIES,
32S MAIIY-ST., WEST SIDE,
(socrri of union street,)
TTAS last received a large asaortB-eut sot XflROT-i J?
XI LUXURIES, such as Prussian Ceeee Breasts. Bruns
wick Sausages. Eel in Gelee Pater lie Foiet d'CHet, de
Canard, de at cats et est lrajfe. Green VegeUMts, con
sisting ot Aspsragai, Beam Peas, etc.; Artjerish. nor
land lierringi, Limbarg and Sap Saga Cheese French
Chocolate, German Prnaes, Xheaisb, Maagarlaat M.sel
sad Freaeh WINKS, Cere Oj sters. Lobsters, Sardines,
Saaces, Pickles, etc., and - gi aeral assertmeat of FANCT
and FAMILT GROCERHS.
Many of the above irMctes are for the first thee ha.
ported tsts the United States, and can he had ia Mem
pblsONLTef CUA3 N. ERICH.
P.. SAUNDERS' eoee at J. M.
Sledge it Os.'s Drag
Stere, near the Poet Omoe.
KEW CASH STORE.
O. Xa. "X" -dO. -5rT Xj X?.,
16t Maln-sL, oep Worsharst House.
PLANTATION, STAPLE AND FAXCT1
Mea's and Tooth's Clothing,
nits. Shoes, tec, Ac,
Saddlery, Guns, Rise, Cutlery,
Boys' Doable Gbbs. line Tobacco and Tea,
LOW FOR CASH
To Ceasamers or Dealers.
WF. are bow 1b -ec-lp: or a Mrg- p .rt loa of our beaB
tlfol aad magnificent Spring Uk of
FanC5antI Staple Dry Goods.
Consisting is part cf
BKRAGE aad OIIAANDBE BOBZ5,
LACKS, at oTcry rs-rlHy.
EXQVISTTK LACB SETTS and KMatKO DERIES, of
rrery ducrif hw all blest slyles.
A geaeral aad ceeaa ee assertm-nt at P'aater G.ds
Gents nets; Plata aad Faacy C.sHssri aW Vrelhaes
ef the Btost appro J patterBs; Mi-a and Boy.' ranstsh
BgGotds; Hats, Caps, Berts aaI Stair; Tr, ka, V
lisec, Oarpet Bags, totaertac aad M atii- g ; and ta Odi
um, all artldas aeaally kept ia ear 1 nr. AH . f which
w prtae.e selllag very tow l.r ch
Give as a call, aad we ptedie onrv Iv ir a shall bare
geed Osods, and at the leweat market pri-.
March 19. Pil'K Sr. Wt'W
FOR SALE BT
F. II. CLARK & COMIMIVT.
W. E. MILTON,
26 Madison Street, Up Stairs,
FOR SOME OF THE BUST
Marine Insurance Companies iu the United
Exchange ami A'ote Ilrolter.
I will attend to the negotiatim ot all
NOTES AXD BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE BT
jgofe'r. JHT. Mall9
15 Sycaiuorc-st., Cincinuati, O.
A. Gr McCOMBS,
Commission & Forvrsirdinff lllercliant,
XO. 15 STCAMORE STRKBT, CIXCIXATI, OHIO.
1. ID, JJIansielrf V Co.
ARE now receiving their Stock of
A JX D
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
PAXTS, CARPET BAGS,
CRAVATS. I1ALF 1I0SK,
TIES, GLOVES, fce., Jr-C. Si.1.
X. D. 3IAXSFIEI.B 3c CO.,
Xo. 5 Post OOice Building, Jefferson street.
I WILL sell on good terms, the foHewiag prop
erty: 1 8 acre., two miles from Memphis, Bast
of tbe neruando rad, on the Kerr Avenue. Sereu
seres oa Jackson street extended, adloinlng Dr.
Watkla's former residence. Six acres fronting on Wil
liam 1' ATenae, nearly opposite M. J. Wright's residence.
ALSO, a beautiful Lot. 200 by IM feet, on Haraiadj
and Bd-ott streets.
martO-tm J. M. PRO VINE.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
AX exsettaBt FRAMED COTTAGE, containing
four rooms, with Lot 75 feet by ICO, with good
cistern sltaated oa the South side of Alabama
street. Bear its lusetloa with Paster.
Teruvso saletasr. or rent moderate. Possesiion caa
be bad at eaee. Kweotre et
ALSO, a toe HOUSE in South Memphis, containing
'ven II earns, Kitchen and Servants' Rooms, with good
Cistern. Psssewlon can he given ta mediately.
A. J. MONTGOMERY
rnarS-dlsi Xa. 11 Madison street.
ON LaadeMare airee t, o-rtslee the corporation,
NINE A CRMS OP T.AVTV w ,. w-n
' ' ' I esaut.1 sat Man Sm r ,.r. a v- .
I , . - - j j . J .n..
i. Ises is a am all drreiller. eHUioisr fear rnom
and basemeit. There Is a good cistern sear tbe bouse.
There is also a geed rehard, aad a Use grape arbor. Ap
ply ISBsaeeHately te
I DB3IRE ta rem oat fr the easoiag year a
small 1 11m et eighty acres, lytag two mites frem
Court Snaare. This place has about sixty acres
cleared, aad the halaace la Umber, a eeraforU-
Me restdecce with Ire reoeas, kitchen, negro hemes, and
ail necessary oat h 1 good eastern aad first sate or
sbird, ef every variety of traits. For farther patt4eB
lars aBs-iy te
octx-tf H. TOLUNTiXZ.
A RARE GHATVCE.
OPF"R fr t.H, oa ta.orase tens and at akw jriee,
y PLANTATION" et 500 acres sf the best ntHr et
Mfabssilepi hotbm !, all greatly above orerat,w, M
dBes west of Memahis, ea the plank -sod; 100 acres at
Beared Laad aad a sew bble-frasa Hesse with sait-.
Aic osBoeni. Aaaiy at t. - al -ce to
PKTiCR LEONARD, or to
iep7-tt DAX1BL HO. BBS, Memphis.
The Best in the "World
CAN ae deae by thoee who wish te pssrseas
CUT Presertr. er -inini sir Cenirr BnUfn
II M th .ssnsrlM Oa WM aT tk hlWr.. h.
had a Site Rstaesce. ready for eecaautka.
TeiBM liberal, and title good. Aaaiyta
ectl7.tr CHARLES D. MeUC-VX
I OFFKK far sale eve k-mdred and t-vrriy
acres of Laad, learteea miles Xortbeast at Seta
errillr, oa tbe Jacksoa read, kaewB as the termer
residence or Sir, ben Jirmon. Tee ahce is weft
iBtareTed, hu a gued tiamed dweiianglseaaeaBd exceBeat
oat aeases, gla-beaoe, with gi ind thresher, le-hosie
&e. There Is oa the premise aa exteaeire orchard. wMs.
ail kinds ot fruits f r wa in the ceaatr--. Thre are two
h-mdrea aad 41v acres ef 'aad m caltivstten, and the
remaiB-ac pcrtsea well llmoerea. Apply ie the tmder
sigoed, est the place. E. F. JARMOX,
Bsar3-wem Black Oak Grate, T aa.
THE lahscrlbrr offers ror ijje the tract ef land
ifwwi which be bow resides, ib Haywood esaety.
.leBnessee, tnro jgB wssCB tae xemp&ls, iu on it
Railroad post!. Sale tract cantatas abeat tsar
thoasaadj seres. The tBtproTerae-its ceasist et a Use
frame dwvlliBg, with ten room!, segre ajaarters, gia
I house. stabM. a fine steam and grist mill, good orehaFds,
and a.l the necessary itapreToBseats for a large farm, or
can be conveniently divided late serenl sataH eees. Far
health aad fertility ot soil this peace 11 aBaarpassed by
any iu thecuoMtrr. For further particulars appiy to tho
subscriber oil nhe premises.
eh-clO-iisf THOS. SSAPARD.
A Rargaiu to lie liad iu Lands.
rWII L sell the 'ractof Land oa which I tore, hi Trp
pah eeunty, Mfca., six oasles west ot Rlaty, oa
Tippah rirer, ( or creek, )coBtainiag Eight Handred Acres,
3ve hBBdreV of the very best creek bottom lad tie bal
ance second bottom and upland. There are abeat oae haa
dred sores cleared, and ia a Sue state et casMvatien.
The lmproveraeats are good aad new, ceaitlBg ot a
Dwelling boae, and all necessiry oat houses. The ahevo
tract ot land, I bave no hesitancy in siyisg. H oae ef the
best ia Xorth Mississippi tor raising Cettoa, Corn or
Stock, as the range is one both Winter and Summer,
For particulars about the place, I refer to Dartdsen, BMs
StSlair, Memphis; John W. ThoBipon, Kipeey, Jiess.; W.
C. Persas, Iloily Sprints, or to msoetf oa the premises.
ecil2-wtt J. J. PKC813.
100 REWAKD. J
KAN AW AT from tae sasscrtDer. a; IMwtfi
VP Poiot, Tunic coanty, ilisa., three negro mer '
' fV to-wit :
" TOM. black, azed loeat !3yei:s. abeat flr
feet eleven laches high, thick aader lip, aad rather alow
ot secb. weighs aboat 175 poaads.
GBOKGB, buck. a;ed aboat 21 years, aboat sir tet
high, well made, ftoe eoOBseaaBce, and wei;hs aboat 160
WILSf.N. black, aced aboat "it years, aboat 5 fset 9H
or 10 inches high, weiths iboot ISO poaads, has a slight
defect in bis walk as if til feit were sore.
If taker eat ef the Stale, and lodged ia liH at Mem
phis. I will pay tbe above reward. If within the Sta e,
aad seenred so I get theta, Sfly dollars
E. VT. DALE,
maris da wtf Bowie's Total, Tgalta ciaaty, Miss.
IHAVE the largest ossortmeat of Lafrber on hand,!
have ever offered, consisting la part elf Sea-4sJfd'GT-nress
ami ?ar, K, 1. 1 K wl 2 lrtchee vteeSBeKasfk
Sills 6xS and 8x10 ; Mce 2x6T 2x3, 2x10 aid 2x12 5. SaSR
ling 2x1, 2x5,256,3x4, 4x1, aad 4x6, VeathejrrjjirdmgJF
Sheeting, Shingles aad Watnat Lamberea hand? Tilso a
lirgs lo' of dressed TeMew Pine Flooring and rorsga'Pap-' -lar
Flooring, Red Cedar Posts ot all sizes.
Yard oa Rattsre, Seath side of Centre Laadidg.
jonlS-dtwiwly M. E. COCBRAX.
Premium Gallery X
HATING jBstretnrnod from a baslness tear Xorth,
with all the facilities for taking fine, defahia
Daguorrootype3, Ambrotypes, &c,
I am bow ready in persoa to serve my frieeds and the
p nolle generally in my liae, on the most reasoBabie-terms.
I have bo new fasgled vateata asd clap-trap processes
ta offer tbe pnMic . My establishment baste stand or
fall amid all the blazonry ot its neighbors, apoa its own
ROOMS TO LET.
R3. C K. SATTERFIELD, corner of MaMoa and
Seooad streets, cob aeromrfKnlate sereral tomHW,
a!o Day Boanters. aa3l-d3m
Jfleiiijpfois Founder y
Adsms Street, Hemphis, Tenn.,
IS now prepared to do all kinds ot Machine 'Work; aiv.
Steamboat Work of every deicriptios, Steam XaglBes,
Saw Mills ot every dcKTiptran, Cotton aad Woo! Ma
chinery, Gin Gearing, Planing Machiaes. Ateev Brass
FMBdery, Casting aad Finishing, Steam Gasge Cocks aad
CastiBg! ot every doscriation, heavy Wreagbt Iron Forg
lag, AVreaght Iron G trews for Jails, Baak VaBtts, Cet
tar aad SWe-Walk Grates, Iron Fencing of every descrip
tioa made to order. Also, nae Froats, WaasVw Gaps
aad Stlls, of vartoa-i patterns. In a word, I am prepare,,
to do "-ery descriptioB of work In my line.
I bare sot ia shop tbe latest and most lmprered psA
knw 1" Steam Fagi-es. ISAAC PHELOX
S. McKE-t-tA. SBoerirtertdeBt fee 10-1
Tucker's Patent Spring- Bads.
WBhareJait received Irom the raanwactorirs Bfty
of those aneeiaslied SPRING BilDS.
ThlsSeriBg Bed oombitMS mire ailTiatages tSan any
other U-rHef ore effereu to the pabiie. It rs-Berepettis-ble,
datable aad cheaaer, and reqalr-s less bedding than
aay other Spring Bed everefli red tor vile.
A Btattn ss et aay oaeeriptssa, ot two-thirds ib? niasl
tot kaess aad weigh., laid npoa oae of these Spring Bot-
tasa will make a pt-iianier laying bed tbaa any araoantj.
et bMlaiag laid npoa slats or sacking. This Bed is sak
osBslrBded iLst it can be takes prt aad pat together ,
ia twa Briaates. aad when packd for traaspectiittoB re
qasres twa thirds less noa tbaa tht most portab.s Spiral
triag Bed ever oftt.ed far sale.
As a! parts ot this Bed caa be seen at a glance, It at
terds so htdtng place for bags.
Thl' Bed Is capable of being stiffened, 1b rise they 're-1.
noire It, for the oeaTeniesce of OBBiaiUy heary perswaj
AU ot tbe iboTe Spring Beds sold by ns ire wrranfed ,
ta he as represented. If they s boned prove oiherwisej? '
the money win be refaadeit. McEIXVET & tiO.,
122 Mala street, oppcite Worshxm lloass. . Mf.
GEO. FlaAIIERTY & BRO.,
nATE received, per steamer Memphis.
ssch extensive additions to their former
tock of Pianos Melodeori, fine and cera-
mon iarattare, ot every style and rarirty.
as most tally jaitify us in aswaring the merchants ef oar
eily that thrir orders in favor ot their planting friends
ir the country, can be attended to in a manner to Insure
entire satisfaction. GEO. FLAT18RTT Jr. Bfl.,
marl Comer Maia aud Union streets, Memphis.
I HAVE jat received some of those ele-
igant FREXCn BOCBDOIR PIAXOS,
(from the celebrated Plane Tattory ef
'EBABJ, at Paris aaa London, and of
fer them tor sale. I keep th.. se splendid little ORGAN'S,
caned Seraphine, with from ten to thirteen step, and all
the latest irapror synt. These are known to be the best
laetraaMots for Charckes, Lodges aad School Booms. All
Inurement sold br me a.e warranted fr rive y ars.
53- Toning and Repairing of Pianos, Vlelfss, Organs,
Beiedeeas, etc., etc., deae las wirkminUks manner at
-f3-1 do aot pretend to give lessons on any number aad
variety of Instruments.
HEXRT G. HOLLEXBBRG.
larj-tf 144 Mala utreet.
TWO DRAT3 also two Dray Ucenses,whlch hare eight
and nine months to ran. Appey to
fthl-tf GWTXXE & GIBSOX.
Extension Diniiirr Tables.
AllOGAXT, Oak and WalBat Extension Tables,
. from tea ts fonrteen feet long, Inst received andfor
sale low by -
novlg MclCIXXBT ACQ.
E have rut received a fresh sapply of Red Clover,
aiiae urass anu aimeiay oeeu.
LOWKES. ORG1LL c CO.,
Agrlcnltaral Warerooms, 13 aad It Front Row.
Fraddil ton to onr large stock we hare receiver? a lo of
Copenhagen Watches made to oar order the finest
Watch ever offered Iu this market.
feblS F. U. CLARE Jt CO.
L.OCKETS! LOCKETS !
TTJST rec ived, a fine assortment of superior GOLD
J LOCKETS, made expresslv for Meiainotypes, by
W. U. DESnOXG. 1S1 Main street.
reoi3 opposite the Worahim 1I0
THE nnderslgned have cpened & CaHlareTaetcry on
Second street, between Waahlngto-T and Adam a
Itreets, wl ere they are prepared to Mxhhfoctnre and Be-
iiir wn ".-a . mv iQoricsi wuce; All work aoae oy
them will be guarantied, and a share of Tjnhllcruttrnnara
Ja3-lr L. S. BURR 4 CO.
City Tax PaTers.
CITT TAX PATERS are notified that the Tax Book for
the current corporate year Is now made oat, and
will be kept at the once of the Mayor, where all persons
Interested are earnestly Invited to call and settle.
M13 JOaX XK W30M, City Tat Col,