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I aMiM.,.,M,,MM,,MLMMMM"''''"lMM"" ""' i.i 111 1 11 .1 tn . li-M-ni Iimh-.ii.ii , 1. ,ni.i mm n.m " ii . m w i i n i n tin' I i 11 i i i i hi i i " i ... AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY ... NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO MATTEES - OF GENERAL: INTEREST TO THE COIMUNITY AT LARGE. CITY OF BEQWNYILLE, NEMAHA COUNTY, :.N. T,; THITESDAY, MAY 7, 1857. NO. 47.:. VOL. I. Htkasla jpkitser as W. FURNAS, j C B te A.iiB, ( Lake's tiock,) T. ForoBeTri'iEvariau!j ia adrance), - S2,GD rATES 0? ADVMTISDrG: Jl0 C.50 2,50 4.00 6.00 10,00 - 5.00 0,00 35.00 15.00 10.00 S5.00 20,00 10,00 8.00 ro.oo 13.00 10.00 6.00 5.00 j three montns, 'a n jix montti, " one rear, I Cards of ill lines or less one rear, f oat (V.uran, one rear, ! cse-b'" Column, one year, ! - fourfo ; - ' G-!amn,siX montlss, - tail CJumn, ix motJis, J fonrtJi' " " rirbtk - u ' Column three tnnntt!, 1 - half Column, three months ) frth 44 " J -e-rhth 44 , " ES "i n irilfbe rcanireJ f or all adrertise ! Mnt. .i-e where actual responsibility is known. ! ,ir aT far each change U added to the ? "No'.Treni'emsnU be considered bythe jear, : tai, fjv-cifieJ fn the manuscript, or previously : . -tT. h.-twrrn the parties. 3 A irirtiWrnt! not marked on the eory for a r?ee'i- 1 : K camber of insertions, will be eonUuued until or-4-reJ ani charged accordiry. AU adreriimcnt from strangers or transient pcr : tq be i-ai-i in adrance. repiv;:ere of Tearly adTcrti.'ers wilibe coined to their own business ; and all advertisements tinin? thereto, to be paid fr eitra, ' Ail l?adl aJ veruscmenti charged double the above " "jrerJcmeBtiGa the inside exclusively will be -i;!ditra. rr S " JOB PRINTING! Blanks, Bin Heads lalels, Circulars, Ladxs. , SH!??i!13 BILLS. BALL TICKETS i ad txrj otbetkind of wurk that mny be called Tor Hif ins purchasti, in connection with the Adrer ' 1 jrr" O Sec, an extensive and excellent variety of f tie latest styles, we are pT',Yarcl to do any kind of rt mentioned in the abuve Catalogue, withncat fei and dispatch. The Proprietor, who, having had an extensive ex frrienre, will jrt ve L is peronnl attention to this branch of businc?. and hopes, in his endeavors to please, Wfta in the excellence of his work, and reasonable ' ctarjes, to rereive a share of the public patronage. BUSINESS CA11DS. HHOWNVILLE. A. S. E0LLA BAY, XL D. . SURGEON, PHYSICIAN And Olastctriciaru EHOWNVILLE, N. Solicits a shsre of pcblic patronajre, in the various rancbe or liis pn.iesciuc, fxvm the citizens of Drown- r'.Ut and vie initv. 17. EOBLITZELL & CO., WEOLESAH A KB E.ETAIL rilLXUS IX DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. Qaccnsware, Hardware, Gtovos. ZTHxxrxiAtxix'o. COUNTRY PRODUCE. BROWXVILLE, N. T. MISS MARY TC. TURNER, . And Dress 25Zalx.cr Firs: "betwesa Haia ard 7ater, JiUOWNVILLE, N. T. Lxinds crtd Jrimminjs ohroys on hand. C. TrnEELUS, ARCHITECT MID BUILDER. T. L. RICIIETTS, NEnr.ASKA TErrr.rTOKY. J, D. N. THOMPSON, AT70SnSY A7 LAV.- Com er of First and Atlantic Street-?. Er.OTTN-ILLE, N. T " ill attend the Curti of Norlhern ilisr.nri. Xe "ia ani WesUra Iowa. . JA1IES GIBSON, BLACKSMITH Sscond Street, between Main Nebraska, " LROWNVILLE, X. T. - " A- XZXX), c. u Ercnrs, J. J. 3ICDD, H. I. dp. s o- enrnn. MCDD t HrGIIES. PRODUCE COJDIISSIOS :vc? and Commercial ST. LOUIS, 110. Street 1 . . Attorney "anj o::ai:a city, n m rrrrnxcz. -"'mri,pmyl. IT. T. ; Papers, ' Stew EiH? I v?.l L'cbKks.-i-''C l-ris-teriika City. D. JONES, . Tim ttiztliln noxnns land '.nusnni; AND DEALER- IN- REAL ESTATE, OMAHA CITY, N. - T. 2"L&nds carefully located, and entered for ecs tomers. Lots and Lands bou-ht and ft Id. E. M. M'COMAS, PHYSICIAN, SUPaGECN AND OBSTETKICIVX, NEMAHA CITY, N. T. Tenders his professional services to the cltir.cn.! of NeiaaLa count v. " t. E. nASBIXGr 6. C KIXBil'CII p. T. Toouxr. 'IIARDIIIS, ia:.'.pUQH i CO., : JlaHxJactiwcrt an i VTi etaJe Dealer in HATS, CAPS k STILAVF: GOODS, ITo 49 Hiia street, let- Olive tsl Piae, ST. LOUIS, 210. Particular attention paid finest Mole Hats to manufacturing our A. L. COATE, COUNTY SURVEYOa, EROWXTILLE, NE1IALTA CO. ITetrasla Territory. . .. :. A. 15. HIRK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Laud A gct asd Notary PuLMc, Arclier, Richardson county, JT. T : . Will practice in the Courts of Nebraska, assisted by Harding and Dennett, Nebraska City. JACOB SAFFOItD, Attcrmey ard Counsellor" ct- Law. CEXEHALiysmANCE AND LAND AGENT. And Iictary Public. Nebraska City, Nebraska Territory. "T7ILL attend promptly to all buisness eBtruirted V to Lis eare, in Nebraska Territory and West ern Iowa. September 12, 1S55. vlnl5-ly SPKIGIAN & BROWN, RAILROAD - AND STEAL 'BOAT AGEXTS. And General Commissien Jlercliants. 2o. 4G, Pnllic Landing. " CINCINNATI. OHIO, a A. a..BKirroKD, W. MCLENKAX, Nebraska City, N. T. 1. L.J'CAKT, ErowcviUc,". T. BRADFORD, McLEXXAN t McGARI, ATTOniJCYS HT W AND SOLICITOES IX CHANCERY. Brownville and Nebraska City, XEDEASKA TEEKITOKY. BEING permanently located in the Territory, we will five our entire time and attention to the practice of onr profeion, in all its branches. J'at tcrs in Litigation. CollectioiiS c-f Debts. Sale and Purchases of Kcal Estate, Selections of Londi--, Lea-tin- of Land "Warrants, and all other busint-ss en trusted to onr nianaemcnt, will receive prompt and faithful attention. EEFEEENCES. R. F. Nnckolls, N ebraska Uity, Kiehard Brown, Erowrtille, Wm. Hobliuell & Co- Hun. James Cmi, St. Josqh,3lo St. LoUii, Ho., U It 4t i Cincinn-iti O. Keokuk. Iowa. June T, 1806. lion. James 31. Hughes, ILn. John IL nepley, Messrs. Crow, lleCreary k Co. Messrs. S. G. Uubbard i Co lion. J. iL Love, Tl-nl A. J. rorTLETOK. WM. 5. Ex Elib. rorPLETOX 4: BYEKS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. And General Xaad Agents, Oil AHA, XEDRASKA. . Land Warrants Bonht and Sold. LAND ENTERED -ON TRIE. Otry of Lands for Settlers, and all oth jrs desiring choice locations. . "Land Claims, Town Lots and all kinds c f Ileal Es tate, bought and sold and investments nuide fcr dis tant Dealers. JOHN S. HOYT, Comity Ssrreycr aid lail Aged,. OF Ek-hardson connty,N . T., will atUnid promptly to all business in his; profession, when called on: I such as rayinTaxcs,EeccrdmClaiuis.Suldividing Lad. Lay ing oat Town LotsJrsf ting C.ty Flats ic. i.esiaence ana audre-i AKC1IER, Eichardson co.,N. T. J. HART & son 0, .11 Oregon, Ilolt County, 3Iisonri. Keepconstantly on hand alidescription t f Harass Saddles, Eri.Ues.ic&e. N. 15. Everv article in onr shnn Is -ri'vr.Tif.vtTiro.i fa " , ' . r. JLUiAJS, L.VND VND LOT AGENT. ARCHER, RICHARDSON COUNTY, X. T. I JAKES r. FISKE. TX. fi. GAEEir. . Arcrsrrs kxisht OLIVER BENNETT & CO, , ilanafactnrersar.l TThalcsaleEealersin BOOTS AND SHOE JO. ST 3IAIX STUEirr, (POEatLTjN'O.'lCl. CoKXtt OF M AlJf akd LocrsT.) ST. LOUIS. ilO. . C. TODD CO., TZrst cr Si net. Si. lotu. n:ror.TEr.3 axd XAXXTacmiESs of w j . T , x ra r " 1 'NCLUI'JlNG Dutch E,.!lin; Cb-tis, X7d Stom, aws, ScT'?cni, l)aa:?i:; . Alia: . POIlTiLLLi: QVZZH. Roth Upper and Lower Stcne Humeri, j MACHINE LELTDTG, CM ESS St. LonL;, 0:t'.':.er li, 1?: BY AUTEIOSITIZ-. LAWS OF THE UNITED" STATES. ;,j PuUic S3. : AN ACT makirig appropriations for tbelegis lative, executive, and judicia.'; expenses of rnTercraert for the year gdinjj the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred axtil fifty eiht Be it e2dei hy tlut Senate and Jhuse of Eepi'csenia'A tea cj iut . LmtsJJStatcs of America in - Co"jn."$ c?scmlltdt That the following sums b;, ard the" same are hereby, appropri ated, cut of bet raoney ic the treasury not olherwiss appropriated, for the , objects here after exrriKsea, for the fiscal year ending tha tmrticlh of dune, eigtitcen nunurea ana iury eight, tacielj: ,. . X,EGISLA.TITE. , Tci -cotapccEation and milage of senators, three hundred and thirty-three thousand two hundred unci fifty dollars. ' .' .. : . . Fcr conpensa'tion'of the cf5:ers, clerks, messengers, and others, receiving an annual salary in the service of the Senate, viz: Secre tary of the Sanate. three thousand six hundred doLLjs; c3icer charged with disbursements of the Senate, four hundred and eighty dollars; chief clerk; two thousand five hundred dollars; principal clerk and principal executive clerk in the cuace cf the Secretary of the Senate, at two thoufiand one hundred and sixty dollars each-; eirht clerks in ofSce of the Secretary of the Senate, at one thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars each: keeper of the 10 E. a7 ose thousand seven hundred and fifty-two dollars; two messengers, one nt one thousand axd e'bty dollars, and one at seven hundred and fifty dollars; one page, si five "hundred dollars;. Sergeant-at-arma and Doorkeeper, two thousand dollars; Assistant Doorkeeper, one thousand seven hundred dollars; Post raasUr to tne Senate, one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; Assistant Postmast er an3 ir ail carrier, one thousand four hundred and fo"ty dollars; two mail boys, at nine hundred "dollars each; superintendent of the doenmett room, one thousand five hundred dollars; two assistants in document room, at odq .thousand two , hundred - dollars each; superintendent cf the folding room, one thousand five hundred dollars; two jncsscn gers, acting as assistant doorkeepers, at one thcmiand five hundred dollars each; sixteen messengers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; suijerintendent ' in charge -of Senrje furnaces, one thousand two hundred dollars-; assistant in charge of furnaces, six hrndred dollars; laborer in private passage, six hundred dollars ; two laborers, at four hun dred and eighty dollars each; clerk or secretary to t3e",.President of the Semite, one thousand seven -hundred and fifty-two dollars; draughts man, one thousand eight hundred and fifty dollar; Chaplain of Senate, seven hundred and f:y dollars; clerk to the Committee on Finanre, one thousand eight hundred and fifty dollar!;; clerk to the Committee of Claims, two thousand one hundred s.nd ninety dollars; eei-k of printing records, one thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars making seventy nine thousand six hundred and se venty-fouT dollars. . . . ' - For the contingent expenses of the Senate, iz: -; . . Far bindintr, fifty thousand dollars. For lithographing and engraving, forty-five thousand dollars. For stationery, twelve thousand dollars. For newspapers, three thousand dollars. For Congressional. ulou3 ana binamg tne same, forty-four thousand nine hundred and sixty-four "dollars and eighty cents the pubr liaber to fold, bind and deliver the same to the order of the Senate within ninety days after the adjournment of eich session cf Con gress, for sixty three cents per volume. : For reporting proceedings, -fifteen thousand doLrs. ...... - --" . - Fpr clerks to committees, pages, police, horsss, and carryalls, thirty-six thousand nine hundred and fifty-five dollars and -twenty cent. -. t For miscellaneous items, twenty thousand dclljuii. - - - - For compensation and mileage of members of the Hous-sc f Representatives and delegates from Territories, one million two hundred and fortv-eiht thousand seven hundred and fifty collars. Fd? ccmnensation. cf the ofaccrs, clerks ir.es sengers, and others receiving an annual :.lary' in the service of the House of Repre sentatives, viz : Clerk cf the House of Kep-restn-iatives, three thousand six hundred dol lars; two clerks at two thousand one hundred and si?ty dollars each; seven clerks, at one vaousand' eight hundred dollars; clerk- in chrre of books for members, one thousand eight hundred dollars; reading clerk, one the n -and eight hundred dollars; Librarian, cue ikr-nsnnd i! 'Kt hundred dollars: clerk in clurge of the stationery, one thousand -eight hundred dollars; princijial messenger in the ofLcc. one thousand seven hundred and fly- two dollars; three messengers, atone thousand twe hundred dollars eai; Sergeant-at-arms iwo thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; chirk to the Sergeant-aiarms, one thousand ei'iat. hundred dollars; messenger to the Sgeuntr:it-arrus, one thousand two hundred dollars; Postmaster, two thousand one hundred ar:d sixty dollars; one rasssenger in the ofiice. one thousand seven hundred and forty dollars; fcur messengers, at one ilicusand four hundred and forty dollars each; Door-keeper,' -two tho-.isand one hundred and sixty dollars; snipeiintecdect of the folding room, one tLon tnzil -e'ght hundred dollars; superintendent ad assiitant ia the dtfcument room, at cue t!aou.'ar;d seven hundred and fifty-two dollars each; misser.ger in chiirge of the hall, seven- t;en hundred and forty dollars; five messen gers, at ore thousand five hundred dollars etch: eiirht oessmtreri at one thousand two hundred dollars each; messenger to the Speaker. m5 thousand seven hundred and fifty-two dol lars; Chaplain, seven hundred and fifty dollars; rh-rk'ta the Comtnitte; of Claims, one thou tv l c"g!it hundred dollars; clerk to the Com mittee cf YTay and llt ar.s, one thousand eight Tacr-dred dollars making eighty thousand two "ur r.dred an d ninety -eight dollars ' For cottirgeut expenses of the House Rpreseutatlvcs, viz: c ' For billing documents, one hundred and twentv-five thousand dollars. For furniture, remirs, and boxes fcr m?ni ur?, twelve thousand collars. - T"T stationery, Iwciiiv thousand dollars. For hoiF.es, c.irraz-S, and saldle horac-i five ll.onsn.nd five hundred dollarj. " For feel, rih and candle?, three thcusarl six hnrdxtd dvl!ar. '. ; . Fcr neviipapers, twelve thousand fiva tun dred dcllar.i. -, " ' .. ' For ergTaviii'-j, eiectrotyping, ' and iitho- graphing, one hundred and twenty-fivs thou sand dollars. : ! For Capitol police, five thousand eiglat hun dred ar.d ninety "dollars. t; ; -..j.-! For laborers, three thousand dollars. For pages and mail boys, eight , thousand five hundred and eighty dollars. : - - - ? For folding documents, including jsty of folders, T.rapping paper, .twine, and paste, thirty-five thousand dollars. -' ... -' J Fcr twenty-four copies of the Congrcsional Globe and Ar"endix for each member and delegate of the Grst session cf the thirty-Efth Congress, thirty-four thousand se ven hundred and four dollars. - Tor binding twenty-four copies of the Con gressional Globe: and Appendix for each member and delegate of the first session of the thirty-fifth Congress, sixteen thousand six hundred and fifty-seven dollars and ninety-two cents: Pro vided, That no greater price shall be paid fcr the same than seventy cents for each voRme or part, actually bound and delivered. For reporting the debate of the first session of the thirty-fifth Congress, twenty-five thou sand dollars. . ' For one hundred copies of the Congression al Globe and t Appendix, and for binding the same, for the first session of the thirty-fifth Congress, for the use of the library of th i House of Representatives, two thotrsand dollar?." For the compensation of the draughtsman and clerks employed upon, tho land maps, clerks to committees, and temporary clerks in the oSce of the Clerk of the House of Rep resentatives, twenty-eight thousmd four hun dred and sixty dollars. ' For miscellaneous items, fifty thousand dollars.-- . LI2IIAET OF ' COSGSESS. ' "" Fdr compensation xf librarian, three assis tant librarianff, and messenger, jiimi "thousand dollars. : : ; ' - ... For contingent expenses of said library, one thousand dollars. - - ; , For coal, snd fireman for furnacea to warm the library, s:x hundred dollars. For purchtise of books ftr said library, five thousand dollars. - For purchase of law books for said library, two thousand dollars." " For paper printing and binding a complete j catalogue of the books in the Library of Con gress, four thousand dollars under the direction of the library committee of Congress. - ; ; : 1XELIC rciJfTiXG. i' - ' . For cornrwnsalion of the Superintendent of Public Printing and the clerks and messengers in this c5c eleven thousand five, hundred and fourteen dollars. , - - i For contingent expenses of his cOce, viz: For blank bxks7 stationery, pvstaje, RdTertis ing for propjsals for paper, furniture, traveling expenses, and miscellaneous items, two, thou sand three hundred dollars. For rent of wareroom, two hundred and fifty dollars. " For cartage and labor in storing and trans portation of paper, five hundred and fifty dol lars. COrRT OF CLAI1I3. For salaries of three judges of the Ccurt of Claims, the solicitor, assistant solicitor, deputy solicitor, clerk and assistant clerk, and mes senger thereof, twenty-seven thousand three hundred dollars. ' ' - For statiDnerv, fuel, gas, labor, printing and miscellaneous "items for the Court of Claims, three thousand dollars. ' For commissioners fees for taking testi mony in behalf of - the government, fees of witnesses and of agents or attorneys to be ap pointed by the solicitor to attend to the taking of depositions, one thousand five hundred dollars. - , . . - For additional furniture and fitting of rooms, rendered necessary by the appointment of assistant and deputy solicitors, and an assis taut clerk, and by an accumulation of the filss of the court, and for the'acccramodation of books for the court c Seers, one taousand fire hundred douars. ' . ... For paper required for the printing of the first session of the thirty-fifth Congress, one hundred and seventy-nine " thousand eight hundred and sixty-nine dollars. For panting required for the first session of the thirty-filth Congress, one Uundred and thirtv-two thousand lvra hundred ana city dollars. rXECTTITS. For csnpensation of the Pnsident of the United SUites. twenty-five thousfknd dollars. Tor ccrr pensation of ,the V-ice Fresiden: 01 the United States, eight thousand dollars, s For cc'inpensatian to secretary to s:gn pa-snts for lands; one thousand five hundred dollars. DEPAKTrEST Of ETATE. For O3mpen?iition of the Secretary of Sbte d Assistant Secretary of State; clerks, mes senger, sisslsiant messenger, and laborers in his ofilce, fifty-six thousand four htndred dollars. an For the incidental, and conlhgtzt erpsnaa cf mm . ' : -raid department. For publishing tha. laws in patnphlet form in the newsnapers of the SLates and Ter ritories, and in the city of Washington, twenty nnMra nins hundred andtwei-ty-five dollars. an For tyroof-reading, packing, and distributing laws and documents, wnuumj uu ture, re-pans, painting fire r rtndred dollars. Fcr cop rxr-plate printing, -"books and maps, two thousand dollars. For neu-spapers, six hunurcc dodars. . Fcr extra clerk-hire and copying, two ikoo sand dollars; said clerks to ho employed only during the session of Congress, or vhen kdU pensably necessary, to enable: the department to arj aer some call made by either hot.se of Congress ai-oue session to be answered at anot'r.fx. ' Fur miscellaneous items, two thousand del- : For comiiling and supervising the puLTlca tion of the Biennial Register, five bxndrji of ; dollars. ' . . ": " " ' " To enable the Secrotanr of State to parchtse fifty conies each, of volumes twenty and twentv-or.e of Howard's Reports of tie De- - ' cision's of the Supreme' Court cf the United irOETH-'EAST EXECCTrrr irClLTilS. For comper.snticn cf fcur -watchman and two laborers of the ncrth-east executive. tnili- irg, three thou ,d idx h-r,dr?l dcllars, portalion, fifteen thousana iwoaticareaaoaars. Forsitatlonery, blank-books, binding, fami- anu oliU o kiiouutiu Yor contingent expenses of said building, viz: for fuel, light, and repairs, three thousand three hundred dollars. - i . For compensation of the Secretary cf the Treasury, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, clerk;?, messenger, assistant messenger, and laborjrs in his ofSce. forty-eight thousand six hundred dollars. s . . . For compensation of the First Comptroller, and "die clerk3, messenger, and laborers in his oSicfi, twenty-eight thousand three hundred and forty dollars. r ... .. . Fur compensation of the Second Comptrol ler, ;and the clerks, mtssenger, and laborers in his office, twenty-six rhousand eight hundred and forty dollars. - : . ; - For compensation of the First Auditor, and the clerks, messenger, assistant messenger, and laborer in his ofnee, thirty-five thousand nine h-andred and forty dollars. . . For compensation of the Second Auditor, and the clerks, messenger, assistant messenger, and laborer in his office, ihirty-five thousand nve nundred and forty dollars. ; or compensation of the Third Auditor, and the clerks, messenger, assistant messenger, and laborers in his office, one hundred and thirty-; two thousand four hundred and forty dollars. For compensation- cf the Fourth Auditor, and the clerks, . messenger and assistant mes senger in his office twenty-seven thousand sjven hundred and forty dollars. For conpensation of the Fifth Auditor, and the clerks, messenger, and laborer in his office, seventeen thousand; eight hundred and forty dollars. - - ..: For compensation of the Auditor of the Treasury for the Past Of5ce Department, and the clerks, messenger, assistant messenger, and the laborers in his office, one hundred and sixty-five thousand three. hundred and forty dollars.. ... . . Fur compensation of the Treasurer of the United States, anil the. clerks, messenger, assistant messenger,' and laborers in his ofilce, twenty-five thousand, seven hundred and forty dollars. . "For compensatioa - of the Register, of the Treasury, and the clerks, messenger, .assistant messenger, and laborers in his office, fifty thou sand three hundred and forty dollars. For compensation of - the Solicitor of the Treasury, , and the clerks and messenger in his oface, seventeen thousand one hundred and forty dollars. - ... For compensation of the Commissioner of Customs, and the clerks, messenger, and laborer in .his office, twenty thousand four hundred .and forty dollars. . For compensation of the clerks, messenger and laborer of tho , Light-house Board, nine thousand two hundred and forty dollars. COXTIXGEXT EITSXSES OF THE TEEASTUI In the ofilce of the Secretary of the Treas ury : .... , For copying, biank-bcoks, stationery, bind ing, sealing ships.' registers, translating foreign anguages, advertising, and extra clert-hire for preparing and collecting information to be laid before Congress said clerks to bo employed only during the session of Congress,- or when indispensably necessary to enable the depart ment to answer some call made by either house of Congress at one session to be answered at another; and no itich extra, clerk shall receive more than three dollars and thirty-three and one-third cents ptr day for the tiaie actually and necessarily employed and for miscella neous items, thirteen thousand seven hundred and. fifty dollars. . ' . ... In the office of the First Comptroller: For furniture, blank-books, binding, station ery, public documents, . State and territorial statutes, and miscellaneous items, one thousand eight hundred dollars. . . . In the office of the Second Comptroller : For. blank-books,": binding, itationery, pay for the JN"aiionaL Litelligencer and Union, to ioe tied ana preserved lor the use cl tee office, ofilce furniture, and miscellaneous item?, one thousand fire hundred dollari -1 : -. In the offici of the First Auditory . For blank-book?, binding, stationery, ofilce furniture, cases ibr records and official papers, and miscellanetus items, including Bubscrin- tion for the Unisn and National Intelligencer to be filed for the nse of the ofilce, one thousand eight hundred dollars. ' '- - In the office cf . tha Second Auditor: Fcr blank-books, binding, stationery, office furniture, and miscellaneous. items, includir two of the daily city newspapers to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of theomce, one thousand two-hundred doilar. In the office of the Third Auditor:. For blank-books, binding, stationary, cuace furniture, carpeting,, two newspapers, the Union and Intelligencer, preserving files and papers, bounty-land service, miscellaneous items and arrenrare. three thousand ; five hundred and forty dollars. In the office of the Fourth Auditor: - For stationery books, binding, labor,' and miscellaneous itemSi cne thousand one hundred dollars. In the office of the Fifth Auditor: - For blank-tooKS, binding, stationery, oluce furniture, carpeting, and miscellaneous- ex penses, in which are included two daily news papers, six hundred dollars. - In the ofilce of the Auditor of the Treas ury for the Post Office Department. For stationery,' blank-books, binding and ruling; ten thousand and fiftr dollars. For miscellaneous items, for LI a-boards, re pairs, cases and desks for safe keeping cf papers, furniture, lights, washing towel vice, horse for messenger -"telegraphic despatches, and stoves, two thousand five hundred dollars.--Ib. the o ffi:e of the Treasurer: . . For Uank-books, binding,' shon-ry and mhcfcllaneoaritcms, one thousand twe hundred dollars."" ' : "' ' ' - la Ihe ofil:e of the Register: For ruling and full-binding books for re cording colktf ors' quarterly abstracts of com merce and mvigitlon, and blank abstracts for their use. blank-books, binding and statioTserr, arranging an 1 binding cancelled marine paper, casesfcrofjc:.i! papers and records, and mis cellaneous items, including office furniture and carpeting sevea thousand dollars. - Tn the? office of the Solicitor: For blank-looks, binding, stationery, Iilor. and miscflk'noas item, and far statutes and report?, twotons-in-d two hundred dollars. , la the' office cf the Commissioner cf Cast-fi. Fur il.u.k-u:cki, statiana-y, and- m'scella- neous items, two tacuard. coiiors. Lizht-ioue I' : a-d, Fcr blir-k-br?k?, Ihv: irg. sto:oen c? llaneous expenses, ai:d postage, sjren hun- dred and fifty dollars. ros the gexixal rtnirr.sEs or tez south east execttive zcrxriya. . For compensation of eight watchmen and nine laborers of the southeast executive build ing, ten thousand two hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of- sail bund- ins, viz: -Fuel, light3, repairs, and miscellaneous, e:ght thousand five hundred dollars. . v For cempensation of four watchmen and two laborers for the south extensioa of the southerct executive huildir g, three thousand six hundred dollars. For contingent expense cf said building, fuel, and miscellaneous' items, three thousand dollars. -- rJEPAETHZN-T C7 THE IXTEEI32. once, tiuny-stx tnousand nine hundred dol lars. For compensation of tha Commissioner cf the General Land Office, and the recorder, draughtsman, assistant draughtsman, clerks, messengers, assistant messengers, - packers, watchmen, and laborers in his office, one hun dred and seventy-two thousand and. ninety dollars. ' For additional clerks in the" General Land OfSce, under the act of third March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five, grant ing bounty lands, and for laborers employed therein, fifty-eight thousand four hundred doll ars: Provided, That the Secretary of the Interior, at his discretion, shall be, and he is hereby authorized to use any portion of said appropriation for piece-work, or by the day, week, month, or year, at such rate CT rates as he may deem just and fair. For compensation of the Commissioner cf Indian Affairs, and the clerks, messenger, assistant messenger, watchmen, and laborer in hi? ofilce, thirty-oncj thousand seven hundred and forty dollars. For compensation of the Commissioner of Pensions, and the clerks, messerr, assistant messenger, and laborers m his cfiie, one hun dred and nine thousand three hundred and forty tlollars. ; ' ' . .- For compensation cf the Commissioner cf Public Buildings, and the clerk in his office, three thousand two hunursd dollars. ' costisgext este::ses EEPArnirsrr or the IXTEEIOE. -rj ., Office of the Secretary cf the Interior For books, stationery 'furniture,' fuel lights. and other contingencies, and for books and maps for the library, seven thousand two hun dred dollars. General Land Officef For cash system and military rut en t?, under laws prior t? tweety-eightb, September," eigh teen hundred and fifty; rater.t and other records; tract-books and blank books for this and the district land offices; binding plats and field-nctcs; stationery, furniture and repairs of same, and miscellaneous items, including two of the daily city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for,, the use of the office, thirty, three thousand five hundred dollars. For contingent expenses, in addition, order swamp land act of twenty-eighth September, eign;een -kunurea find -imy, military bounty acts of twenty-eighth September, eighteen hundred and fifty, and twer.tv-second 3Iarch, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, and act thirty- first August, eighteen hundred Mid fifty-two, for ' tho satisfaction cf Virginia land war rants, t went v-six thousand one hundred dollanf. . .r . xot con.ingant expenses necessary to carry out the provisions of the act of third JIarch, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five, granting bounty:- lands, to-wit:-For patertr," patent and other records, stationery, and rcu celianeonr, items under said act, thirteen thou sand dollars. Fof records and patents for donation and other claims on the Pacificslope and elsewhere, two thousand dollars. For fuel, light?, and incidental expenses at tending the same, including pay of furnice keepers, four thousand dollars. 1 or desks, cases, and other Gxtnrcs, to com plete furnishing the office, and for the accom modation of the rapidly increasing recordsaad papers therein, five thousand doliars. Office cf Indian Affairs: ' For blank-books,' binding, ' slationerV, fuel, and lights, and miscellaneous items, including two cf the dally city newspapers, to bo filed, bound, and preserved for the use cf tho office, : three thousand dollars. 'Pension OXoe: ' ., ..: . For stationery, binding books, furr.;t:rre7ar.d rqnrriDg the same, and mlsctllaruous- items, including two of the daily city newspapers, to bo filed, hound, and preserved for the use cf the office, ten thousand dollar.-;. For contingent expenses ia the sail office under the bounty hind act of third March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five: ' For rent of room?, -stationery, er.rraviri plates for bounty land warrants, paper, and printing the same, binding Look?, blank books for registers, office furniture and miscellaneous items, thirty thousand dollar:- Provided, tew ever, That the Secretary of the Interior, at his discretion, shall la authorized to use any portion of saM appropriation for work by the day, week, month or year, at inch rates as he may deem just and fair. .... smvrrcus gzzzzll astj Tma cr.rr.xs. " For compensation of the surveyors general northwestcf !.r;e Ohio, ar.d the clerks it; his office, eight thousand three hundred dollars. And it is heruly made the d uty of tha Secre tary of the' Interior as soon after the passage of this act, as may be, to came the said office to be removed to the city cf Saint Paul, in the Territory of Minnesota, . aal to make, the necessary p-rovh"o:;s f.-r. immell.t-i a.-ii elec tive operations. And when so removed the duties of said surveyor general shall he co extensive with th? limita'cf the future State of Minnesota a? prs.T.rlbcI in the act, entitled "Anactt-j aathorize the pecple of thi Terri tofy'of MlnnesoU t- form a cor.-:".tu:lca and Saite'goveminer.t T rerarotcry to their admis- .to th-3 Un'xJ). cn in cvird footing v.-ith . at: i. 1 21 ATI 7 Uh orrtnal Stat-2?,w r.vrarei February twen ty-sixth, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven. - For-compcrrr.tijn of the-surveyor - genera! c f Illinois nr. ! Mii50ur", r.u tha c'.ei'cs in Lis office, five :,cu (io.ia.n. ....... . For CDmpor-t"r3 cf tl.3 of Louisiana,' rd tl.3 cl.-rVsia ' thousand five hundred dtllir?. -?yc is c: four For ccrn; cf the rarrc-cr rT. :r.. p e o . . j For efhee Tent for the snrveror gen;ral of Fcr compensation cf tae Secretary of the r i.- . n- . t , , J t, . . ,. t - j .v i i .V Washington Territcrr, fuel, boc.k3,stat:cnc7i'i Intenor, and the clerks, messengers, assistant I , .t -4 , , ' ' J, .o.', ' ' : t: i wd other incidental expense, tiiree thsusai-d of Florida; -and the clerks in his office, v thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation of the Surveyor gentril of Wisconsin and Iowa, ard the c.erij m ha office, eight thousand three hundred For compensation cf the surveypT of Arkansas, and the clerks in his effic dollars, gineral thousand three hundred debars. For compensation cf tie . surveyor general of Oregon, ar.d the clerks in his cfilce, seven thousand five hundred dollars. . ', For rent cf -surveyor general's cfihe in Oregon, fuel, books, stationery, and ether inci dental expsrses, three thousand dollars. Fcr compensation cf the strrveycr general of California, and th2 clerks in his office, .fifteen thousand five hundred dollars. ... - . For conpensation cf the surveycr genciil of Washington Territory," ar.d the'clerks ia his office, seven thousand dollars. dollars. For compensation of the surveyor gfnenu of New Mexico, and tho clerks in his officii seven thousand dollars. " .' For compensation cf translators ir. iheeffire-' of the surveyor general cf New Mexico, two thousand dollars. . ; For the purchase cf Spanish and Mexican aw books lor the office of the survevcr g:mj- ral of New Mexico, required as authorities in the investigation cf private land chums, vf hundred dollars. . . . . For rent of the surveyor general's office la New Mexico, fuel, books, stationery, andotbe incidental expense?, three thousand do. .ars. I cr compensation of the surve rcr reneral of Kansas and Nebraska, ar.d the clerks in his office, euht tnousand three hundred dollars. For compensation of tho surveyor rrenerul of Utah and the clerks in his office, eijhl- thousand dollars. And that the salary of the surveyor general cf Utah shall bo four thous and dodars a year from the first day cf Jaaa" ary, eighteen hundred and fifty-six. For fuel, books, stationary, furniture, tu'l other incidental expenses cf the-effice cf tbJ surveyor general cf Utah Territory, thre-i thousand dollars. For ccmpensatica of clerks in thi offices cf tne surveyors r.ei&l, to be Errort; them according to the ex;gcr.cies of taepublio service, and to 03 employed in trarscribiag" field-nctcs cf susvey?, for the purpose cf jn scrving them at the seat of government, forty one thousand dollars. For salary of the rsccrder of lazd L::lei ia Mliicuri, fire hundred do'dirx. ' ' ' .-'' ifary cf War, r or compensation oi ti.a ijecre: . . . . 0 .t .-I ana tne cierss, messenger, osstitar: laesseurr, and labor or in his office, twentv-twa thoa taxi. dollars. -....,! For compensation cf die. c!.crks and mo, senger in the cffi.'e cf tha Adjctiil Gererl, thirteen thousand six hunL-jd tnd forty djl lars. ' - For cempensation cf tin tlorka and rnejJ senger in the cffice of the Quartermaster Gtm eral, sixteen thousand four hundred and forrj dollars. . ' " r. . ' ; ,To enable the Secretary cf War to ftr.p'loj tem;-)orary clerks in the c'ffice cf t5e Quarri master Geneial on bounty hind :rvi;e'Jii thousand dollars. " . , r - . For compecs.itlcn of th3 clerki and n.--senger ia the office of the Paymaster General, twelve thousand four hundred and forty t.J. lars. - - For compcnsallcn of the clerk?, mcsrr.n;ef, and laborer in the office of the. (lommlsjajy General, ten thousand and forty dollars.1 ' rcr compensation cf the clerks ar.d rjiew sengerinthe office of the Surgecn Gcu.tj.1, five thousand two hundred and fjrty djl'aji. - For compensaoa cf the clerks, mes3;r gtrr, and ls.lx)rer in the ctfice cf Tcp-cgrs,olical Engineers', tea thouiind six hundred ad forty dollars. - , ; . .- - , s j Fcr crmpensntlon of .the clerks and xaen S2Cger in the office of tho chief enr'neerre;'gaJ thouiaud two hundred and (arty tolL.rs. .' , JFcr compermtioa cf the clerlj ar.d mV senger in the office of the Colonel of Ordin ance, twelve thousand two hundred and J'oity dollars. '..-'" j : the north: ;Nor, what's before yen, Jobtl" 4lhe cortIir sir." ": . . And what behind yon. Tostar?" 1. 1 r .... . . ... U4r i-il il, ir," .said he, trtLrrr at t1 - c e tinia to ret a sight at it. Xcbodjseems to hare, beard of that efcnp in Aberdeen, llis., vlo jcst'fnr.j home from a year's resrJence-Xci ragtia. - Oa Lis rray cp.fr eta thii Lir:d inr he met a number cf ladies. .After kissing Lia sister, 'ic, "2njXazil he, "liq all tha rrirls ia'Ab-srdeen'iiiar-ried? I met Slizs A "TLt brother,' Mis3 'A -'crMi. B ? 22a t. name.;! r Mhs C -1 Oh, psha! Irsthcr," "that s nothing bt . - t $ Of -all the ills that loW br:r.?j ; jtal-c-jsv is cr.o for which T.ci.ea hz';l 'tlS . s . m j Y . . . Your vrcrJ Is your scrratit ho loi, a3 yoa retain it; but it bcc:r.t3"yc it ctaster Trhen ycu sudTer it 'to C3cs:ijr. , lie has a good ineorr.e who las but fev occasions cf spendin; nothf:7,hj h-2 rrcat rent c .den o; :;.e noblest dlsrcsitlon ib-ar3 consider vtiicn 6 the III I'M' T-N -. r v, vre r.-ant neccssants: - .0 of ovtrtr to -i tsar .i-.n r - cn'tiittpv VbiT a A teacher Lad been cxplaiainjj to his -class the polr.i cf the conrtav;, and-all ivere di-avratip in frcnttov:aid.j ncr 2i'i3 eroi.1 St? ida ii