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Issued every Saturday. fSUMS : s*.3o A YEAH, 11. M HALF YEAR la one of the iargetit Papers In (He Went. rIHIffESCIAL JOB PRIM inti or KTKIU KIXD flatly, cheaply an<! expeditiously execute Laid? •f every shape and kind, Bill Head a, Lettci nrtl'Rete Headings, Blanks of every kind. Post* #rs, etc., printed on short ordei. Having n new ot of Type and Presses, we can do handsome work at low prices. PROSPECTUS. •. ■ • KM*bll.hod In 1807. • * The Paper for the People |WYOIWIIMC| WEEKLY) LEADER A It representative ol VBTEI!I PEOPLE AND WESTERN IMKRSTS. • | Republican In JPolltlus, "• Fearlea* In Tone, * * # | Freah In News, j Progrs«*lve In Idea • NOW ITS 7 THIS Sixth Year of Publication! i THE OLDEST AND ! LEADING NEWSPAPER 1 OF WYOMING. I • • MAY JUSTLY nK RROARDb AS THE •** ib” j PEOPLE'S FAVORITE . *-e <&. .. fcQf’AL NEWSPAPER. XXI) X MOST EFFI CIENT All) TO THE INTERESTS AND GROWTH OF lUISYOt NO AND PWRIVCNG TKR.iToRY R.B.ROBmSON, GREEN RIVER* W. T. Orders tukeu for AMERICAK And ajl other kinds of « Watches and Jewelry At lower rates than any House In the Wont • RlcPAnttNO 'ions In n neat manner and nl •hort notice. Also denier in Violin.. Vln ltn-t.fr! lie* nnd IIow*« uovoUwJdu 0 Hm been before (he American public OVER THIRTY Tear*. It ha* never ret failed to give perfect satisfaction, and na* Justly been styled the panacea-for all ex ternal Wounds, Cuts, Burns, Swellings, Sprains, Bruises, Ac., Ac., for Man and Beast. No family should be a single day 1873. KANSAS PACIFIC RAILWAY! ! TUB KAVOHITK, DIRECT AND Only All Rail Route —TO— KANSAS CITY,LEAVEN'WORTH and All Points Fort. NO OMNIUBS or FERRY TRANS FERS by this route, »nd no LA Y j OVER on Saturday nnd Sunduy. PULLMAN PALACE CARS | HUN THROUGH BETWEEN DENVER. AND KANSAS CITY j WITHOUT CHANGE. lteiuciuber (Ills la the Greni Through Tine, and (here Is no oilier ull Unit Itoute (q (lie Euh(. Bo sure to ask for tickets via Kan sas Pacific Railway. KDM’D S. luWKN, lieu oral Superintendent. BEVERLY R. KLIM, General Ticket Agent, Kansas City. Missouri. J 11. NICHOLS, Agent, Cheyenne. W. T I BsyFor all who desire to-ifci* reach the reading public of Wyoming with their I ADVERTISEMENTS,! • No hotter method can he found than in the use taS"-of the columns of thews* ; DAILY AND WKSKLY HAUER. : * * j Larßeud by towns people-®* and settlors all along tho line of thell. I'. K.H., as well as nortli, eiust and south T SUBSCRIBE ; FOU THE Cheyenne Daily Leader, $16.00 per annum. TTycminj Weekly Leader, $2.50 per annum, 1 $1.50 fbr tin men*.ha. Wyrminj Monthly Scurcrir, sl.lO per year. The W«kly Leader and Monthly Souvenir, $3.00 a year, to ene /.ATrees. ALL PAYABLE IN | ADVANCE. Send your subscriptions in ’ registered letters or i’oslOffi *.e : Money Orders to Publisher ' L.EADKFL Cheyonno, - - W.yo. GEORGE G. GRAVELLr. 1 Oreen River, Wyoming, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Jollectiont in this Stct'on Piomptly Atrsndsd tc ** jvBJ-wAni ly j without this Liniment. The money re : funded unless the Liniment Is as repre i sen ted. Bo sure and get the genuine MEXICAN MUSTANO LINIMENT. Sold by all Druggists and Country Stores, at 2oc . $1 00 per Bottle. Notice style, else of bottle, Ac. » LAND FOR BALE. MAGNIFICENT SCENERY AND GOOD CLIMATE! PURE AIR AND PURE WATER! FINE LOCATION FOR MANUFACTORIES ! A FOitrUN 11 A m YEARS I TTXia . UNION PACIFIC Railroad Company OFFERS EXTRAORDINARY Inducements i TO Manufacturers, Merchants AND ilrtisans, To Settle on tlie line of their Road. NOW is the time, money | can be made from the start, j then grow up with the country. j THE TOWN I.OT DEPAIOMENT .in | braces one hundrod towns beiweeu Omaha, ] Neb., nnd Corltinu. Utah, and is now teady to •ell an unlimited number of Business and Residence Lois, at vkiiy low iiatk*. to actual net tiers d* Jrottß of building up permanent towns and cilU'H along; this great thoroughfare. , Nebraska, Colorado, \\’joining, Montana and j Utah arc rupli’.ly filling up with n permanent I population, who are celt Mug upon the rich itgrl culnral lands on either side of the road, and j d tvcli ping the Isold,Silver, < opper. Lead, Iron und Goal JI 1 nra of the most extra ' elve m d richest mining districts in the world. , Ml these, and the peo| le of iunrior mining canips and towns, must depend on the nearest towns located on the Union Pacific Railroad for their supplies of dry goods, clothing, gro curies, drug* nnd medicines, hardware, crockery j and glassware, furniture, farming Irr/Vnien f, '.nschitiury, tools Ac.. Ac. Already tl c demand for legitliuaie trade exceed* the supply, and will more than double every year. Tli-'sr towns hnvo lieen locate,l with a view 1» health. hutlne*s capacity »ud scenic beauty, and largo number* of them are rapidly growing i«iTo pubilc prominence. As tin index of th**‘r prosperity. It may bo mated thai the new hull.lluffft erected In three towns daring the year 187). c*"*t Ore nnd Uirce-fourths millions of dollar* ! Ohoosp. your location, then your business, and for full information epply to Aleuts on the round, on AomtESS .0 F. DAVIS, LAND COMMISSIONER & Gen'i Town Lot Agt., U. P. R. R. OMAHA - - NEB. CENERAL DIRECTORY Delegate In tlongresM, Potty-Third Conarrns —lion. W, It. s eelu. Territorial O-fflecrs. Governor -Jno. A. Campbell. Secretary— Ja-on B. B.'cxvu. Marshal— Frank Wolcott. District Attorney- K P. J(*hns< n. Surveyor General—U. Latham. Register U. 8. Land Office—a. II Wliisur. Receii*. ts Public Moneys —u. W. • orsy. UrMates Collector— Thomas Harlan United States Commissioner--H. W. Bruu.ir. Territorial Auditor— J. 11. Hajiurd. Territorial Treasurer —B. W. D wney. Justices of the Supreme Court— J. W. Fisher: J B. Thotnaa: Jo*. M. f'ltruy. Clerk of let Judicial IHstrat— J. W Bruner. County Officer*. Sheriff—’V. Jell Carr. Clerk and Recorder- W. Itlohardsou. Treasurer- -\V L. Kuy kendall. Probate Jydyc— W. L. Kuykendall. County Attorney— W. W. Curlwtt. Assuror— John T. Chaffin. Coroner—J. A'. Webb. School Su/Kiintendenl- "SI. R. Arnold. Justices ot the Peace— Juo. Slaughter; A. G. Mead; W. L Kuykendall: Adolph Cuny Commisehmers— .1. 11. Nichols, M. K. Post. T. Dy«r. City tJovcmmeni. M set Inga of the Town Trustee* Friday e'en lug in each Week, at the City llall President of Board— M. V. Bought*)*,. Marshal und Cullctor —Peter 11 ant in a. CUy Clerk —YY\ Richardson. City Attorney— T J. Si reel. Treasurer- YY\ S. lint Hut. City Awo'nr -W. Uichardhoii. Hoard of Trustees— M. V Boughlon, K. E. Warren. L. It. L. Kabls, Geo. Cassuls. Pollc* llauielratrs—JiAin Slaugbiei und A G Mead. Cli it relies. St Mark’s church.. Episcopal. Services, Iron April Ist to September Ist, at 11 a. m.. and at H p. n*. From September Ist to April t»*t. at 11 a. m. and 7 1 /* p. in. Rev. Mr. Jmr a uii'aiulor. C'ongregnr’nnl. Kev.Josinh Sirong.Pastor,church corner Nineteenth and llill streets. Preaching every Sabbath at eleven a. m., and seven p. m.: Sabbath School and Bible Clans after morning service; Social Prayer Meeliug Wednesday even •ng, at 7 o'clock. Seals free. Roman Catholic, ltov. U’m. Byrne. Pastor. Rev. Eugene Cussau, Ass'l. Church uuO'Ncil street, above Twentieth. Presbyterian church, corner Ferguson and Eighteen*!! streets, Rev. W. h. Kephart, pastor. Preaching every Sabbath atl 1 a. in. and 7:30 p. in Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Seats ull free, ami ev erybody welcomed. Mcthmli.xl Episcopal. Rev. G. A. England, pas or. Preaching every SabbaHi at 11a. in. nnd 74 p. in. Sabbath sclio-d at 24 p. in. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. The public are cordially luvited to all :tie services of the church, I*l UNOIIIC. Wyoming Chapter, r No. 1. R. A. M. meets liall, on the first and third Tuesday evenings in each month, nt H n ciock p. ui. Cheyenne Lodge, No. Hi, meets first and third Saturday nights In cacti mouth, at Masonic Hall. Odd Fellow*. Hope Fncon.Jnient, No. 2, I. <). O. K., meets every 2d and 4th Wednesday of each mouth nt Odd Fellows’ Hal l . Cheyenne Lodge, No. 1,1. O. u. F., meets every Monday evening at Odd Fellows Hall. 1. O. G. T. Cheyenne Lodge. No. 31, I. O. U. T,. meets every Friday evening at Good Templars* Hull. 17th «ircct. Initiations will he cuiduCTed only on llio.flrsl and *hird Fridays of each month. The Interven ing Fridays during the month wl'l he devoted to literary exercises. F. Williams W. C. T. J. Unukuw 'Ot», W. Secretary. reman ICrotlierliood. I The O’Donovan Rossn Circle, F. li., meets Wed i nesday evening of each week, nr tlivlr newr hull corner Tliolntcs nml Rlxtcentli Ktreet. a. Ryan. J.Taliiot. becretary. Centre. Kuig.'itH of I v ) (lIIMM. Regular meetings every Tnursday ceiling at Odd Fellows' Hall n» 7:3oo'clock. All hrcthreti in good standing arc cordially In vlted to atteud. HOSTER Ol I’onimlaaloiicd Oflleer* at K«.rC D. A, Htum-11, W. T. Jamks V. Ito.wroHt), Colonel dtli Infantry, Coin nmnding Post. Thomas Willie m. Ist l.leut , Adjutant, fi ll In fantry. Bishop Aldrich. Ist l.leut. nnd It. ij. M., Hlh Ir. fauiry. R. A. M. Dudley, Major 3.1 Cavalry. Alexander Chanihers, Major 4th Infnu ry. Clinrles Page. >urge*.n. J. P. is. Hull, A. A. Burgeon. Z ichuriali Ragan, Post chaplain. Dean Monahan, ('apt. 3d Cavalry. Co. G. Emind < raw lord. J ~ Lieut. 3d Cavalry, Co. CJ. It. K IVnhody. 3d Lieu:. • •». G. Thomas L. Brent, t apt. 3d Cavalry. Co. L. Wlllintn 11. \ndrcw-. Ist I i( ut 3d Cavu'rv. Co. I. Geo. F. Chase, -n/1 Lieu'. 3d t’nvnlry, Co.L. 11. W. Weasels, jr. ( apt. 3d Cavalry, Co. II Royal K. Whit man. Ist Lieut. 3d Cavalry. Co. 11. Wm. XV Robinson. Jr.. 2nd Lieut. 3d Cavalry, Co. H. John ltziba. <’npt 4th Infant-v, Co. I>. Henry Setoti. Ist l.leut. 4th Ii fautry. Co 1). K. L. Bailey. 2d Lieut. 4 h Infantry. Co. I). A. B. Cain. Cupl. 4ih liifautrv, t o F. I). I. Kxekiel. Ist Lieut. Ith Ynfantrv. Co. F. T. F. True. 3d TJeuf Ith fnf miry, (.'<>. F. •I« .u Miller, Capt. 4th 11.fautry. Co. A A. W. X’odgcs Ist Lieut. 4th Infantry. Co A. U. P. Brown. 3d I,‘on*. 4'h InTintry. Co. A. c. J X’"i IL-iinnn, cap 4tu lufniitrv. • 'o. F. Curl X'ei'eiihu iiiei. t-t Lieut. 4th Infantry, (Jo. E. J. J O''Brin'11. 2d LleiC 4'h Infantry Co. ii. G. M Rrnvoii. Capt. R h Infantry. Co. A. Gomloii Winsitiw, :st l.leut. H;h Infantry. Co. A. J. McK. Hyde, vd Lieut Kill Infantry, Co. A W. Jv Worth, Cap'. H'h Infantry, ('(». K. F. A. WliP..<•'•. Is Li ut. K h In nntry, Co. K J. w. Bmnnierhaye*. (’apt Ktli Inf nnry. Co. K Blyth & Pixley, Uo<*k Spriiio;», omlntr, -AND AT EYiiiiKlon, >V # x oininji:, XVliolennlo nu-1 Rolnil Deni ora n GENERAL EECHAKQiSE. ILi't* n nil’ line of Staple arid four) Dry f ood* (i rocdricx. JG-tfriuHins, Pro three Caultrd Goods. " lues, niitl Liquors * olntcre and < lg.nr*. Ac Ac Art Your Orders ate tfully Ro'iclted. DLY S II * PIXI.III ni.ir iw.i.n ly $72 (K) EACH WEEK Acrn>a wauled everywhere Bnslncsa slrlctlv iogllims e. Particulars Iritc. Address, worth a co.. si. l ud. mo. Ap.3P 1 year LAWS. OF THE UNITED STATES PASSED AT THE THIRD SESSION OF THE Ft HTY-SKCOND CONGRESS. [U..NKltai. Natuii::-No. 54. J (Concluded.) for stii ionery, furniture, iidvLTllalng, te'e gmpliing. and n.lacelluneous lt< mi twelve tiiouannd do.lure. For expenses of packing ami dlatrlhutlng othelni docunienus, including Milary of super- In endent, seven th -usatid dollars. For ivtit mid titling u]( rooms for the use of the Peiihloii-uil.ee. nnd for iho Bureau of Education, sixteen thousand dol'urs. l'*oreasu>il lepal.s of the Ue, nrtmciit build lug, Including i.ew windows for I- sir. et w.ng. repairing celling nml wall- of model saloon, painting and kalboiuinlng and repairs to the roof, fourteen thousand dollars. For luel, light, and salary ol the engineer, nt one thousand four hundred dollars, ami repairs ol >ho heating appuiutus, eight en thuusnml two hundred dollars. Genera Laud Office. —For t mu mlssioner • f the General Lund Otllec. t lirec tlii.usand dol lars; chief clerk, two thousand dollurs; re cord. r, two thou und dodurs; three prim Ipul clerks, at one lliousan.i eight liurnlr. d dul urs cat'll; three clerks ot elussjtour. twenty three eierks Os class three forty clerks of class two, for y clerks ol - lass one; one draughtsman, ut one thoiiKUUd four huudred dol ors; two messengers, three assist uni messengers, und seven lubmvr>, and two puckers; In all. one hundred nnd seventy-one thomuml nine hundred and twenty dollars. Also, lor addi tional clerks ou account ol nii.iinry bounty lands, uuincty : For principal merk, two tliousiind dollats; one el. rk of class three, four cl rks of»la.-s t wo, thirty-live clerks of class one, ami two laborers; in all, fifty-two thousand six hundred und forty <Lliars: Provided. 'Unit the Secretary of the Interior, ut Ids dlscretlon shall be. and lie is hereby, authorised to use any portion ».f sail appro priation for piece-work, or by the da\, month, or year, at such rate or rates as he uiay deem just und tali. not exceeding a salary of olio thousand two hundred dollars per annum. For inups, <ilngrains, station* ry. turn.lure, and repairs of the same: iniseellaue us items Inelumnd two of the city newspaper-,, to be filed, bounil.snd presinved for the use of the otllce : advertising and telegraphing, nii-ccl hineous Heins on account ol bounty -lunds und military patents under the several ue s, and contingent expenses under the swamp land act, thirty thousand dollars. Indian Ofllee.— For conipensallon of tho | Commissioner of Indian A Hairs, three thous and dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dol lars; live el- rks oi class four, nluc thousand Uollais; eight clerks of cl'.ss three, twelve thousand » ght humlrtd dollars; twelve clerks of class two, rdxteeu thousand iiglit hundred dollars* nine clerks of class one, ten lliou and eft'll! hundred do.hits; four copy- Ists. a« u n iiiiiiiu.il d llursca h ; otiewaiefi man. one laborer, one n;csseiig* i , and on as slstant messenger; in ull. sixty thousand nine hundred an.i eighty dollars. For blank boosw, binding, stationery, fuel, lights, and ml ccilaneouH Reins memding two city newspapers, to be nlcd, Uouti.i, anil preserved lor the use of tlieolliee, live ti.ous •ind dollars. Ponston-Ufllee.—For c. inpc n ntlon off’om iiiinsioucr of Pensions, three thousand dol lais; chief clerk, two tlioiisanddollars; twen ty-two elerka ofeh.sa four. ilfty-tw«» clerics of eluss three, eighty four clerks ..i class two, lone Ittiii reu ami twent -six eh ik • of class oil.', tweni.v-flve copyists, at nine hundred dollars each, one messenger, twe yens isinnt niesseiigeis. six in....:erjour wale men. one engineer, on,- t liousund four hundred dollars; one mslstant • ngmeer, one thousand doll .rs; in all. lour liuiKtred und iluriy-elght thous and one hundred und eighty do lar.s. tor staliom iv, iiigraviug ami retouching plates; lor 1 utility land warrants, printing und binding the same, engraving and print ing pension-certificates, ofllee-fit ■n I lure, und tepu’rlhg tin* same, and iniscelhiueous items including two dally newspapi r>, to be iti* U; bound, and piesi-rvcd ldi th. use of the ofllee, and for detect ion and Investigation ol l'.aud, seveUty-li >• thousand doiluis. United .States Patent urtice.- For eompensa tlo : o the t'omm s i ner of the Patent-office, lour Hiousund live humireu doiluis; b.r as sistant cominlsslouer. three thousand dol lars; for chief c crk. t.. 0 thou*-!.n<i five luin (ltcd dol :t tliree exari-lnerH-ln chief, three thousand i.ollurs each; examiner in ch-ige ol Interfevenees, two thousand IPe liundr. d dollars; ir.ide-inurk examiner, two ihousaud live hundred d liars; twcniy-f(»ur prlnelnal (xnnilliers, 11 two thousand live hundred d..|- i I lira each; twenty-four first alsis:ant examin ers, at one thousand eight hundred dolin's ' each; twent v four second ussis mu exuuHners at one Ihousaud six Inindied dollars I'ucli, two of whom inny In* .emules; twenty-,our third assistant ex am l ners. ut one thousand four hundred dollars men; one Hbr.irlan. two thoipnnd dolL.rs; one niaelilnist. one th usaml six hundred dollars; seven clerks of class f< ur, eight clerks of class i Im e, i hlrt v j one clerks ol class two, uml forty-live • lerks ol class one; also, for tliir-.v permanent clerks at one thoiisana dollars each ; for IdV' v •»er uianeul eloilts at nine hundied dollui.-, each; for three skilled (IrntiuliLsmcn. at one thous and two hundred dollars em h ; i... - thirty five copy is s of dia wings, at one tu iinuiid dollurs each; for one mc'sciijcr and purchasing clerk, one thousand dollars; forcin' skilled laborer, one thousand two hundred dollurs; for eight u'tcndantN In model-room, at ono t h ous n 1 dollars each: fore -j!i< •tt mlan s In model-room, at n.ne huudred dollars each: for thirty laborers, nt seven hundred uml txv nly doll-.rs ea-l»; lor six lah re.s.at six linndred dolla-s each; in all, foui liumlr. d and seventy-two thou and tight hundred dollars For contingent and ml llancous expense* (f the Patent Oitlie nmely: For stalionery i..r use of ofllee, r- pair o' model eases, siatlon an portfolios lor drawings, furniture, repair ing papering, |mint lug, carpets, ice, udvt rtis lug. Looks t..r library, n.oi.. ys .e.undid, printing.i p.gr. veil patent heads, lutet nation al exclii.nges, j.lunndng, gas-fitting, extra la bor on indexes and abs racts for nnnual re po; Is. fitting rooms, temporary clerk-, labor era, and other contingencies one hundred thousand dollars. For plioto-litliographlng, or otherwl-e pro ducing eop.ts ot drawings of current und back b suc.v for use * f the ofllee ami for sale. Including pay •.f L mpornry draughtsman, fort.' thousand dollars. For photo or otherwise pro dti'-ing plates for the Oflhdul Gaz He, Includ ing pay of employees engaged on the Gazette forty tliousund dollars. For photo-lithographing, or otherwise pro ducing copies ol the weekly issue of drawings to he ultaehed to patents ami copies, loi ty thousand dollars. Itiircnu of I’dn a:Ion —For Commissioner of I d .«n.I n. t» r- et! - usaml d..l!ai- :ei|. f. clerk, iw iho -.'. ii . dollars; *.n le k of class four, one slutidn .. i., wit., n . onipeu s.;tl .ii of a clerk <d class four; oneeh-rk of class i I.ri e. one tr:inslator, with the coiupen satkm *d a(l*rk • l I SM Ull. . ; el. rk *.f class two, i in * p l< s t.l 1..1, I l.ti-l >'d did- Inis ea Ii; o .• hi*' sengr; - , at el hi In.nd.i d and fully dollars; stui ion« r.«, oil" Ui i.-iukl dollars; llhrur.t. one thousand ilnllars; cur tent edit ml* n-I pei .*»:l* nl•, iw.» hundied and lift' dol ar.%: •*iln r en: r*-i;t I.uldle.it ions, twii h.ii.di* .1 aud twenty tl C d. dills, com p.**i iiig va’u Id sets i.i p. rti.illeals : ml puli- I at n n - in I lie IH.r.iy. I WO hundred dollars; collecti g stuils ii s. amt writing and contp 1- b.g maiu r m j.nuual ami . p< ■ ml lepoits, a *1 edilrg all. Jtl ■MI Ilg • I:« tl la rs i.f In- j fill IIIUI mil, 11 dll ei 11 :'i.u«und dollars; fuel and lights iwo iiurnlr d ami seventy-five mil lars; con Ingeiiele*-, *me Imu-nnd Iwo hun dred and si\i,\ ilolhirs; in l>. thlrtv-four ti.ous utl eight hundied and fifty dollura. Furvcyor-'biii! r«l find their • lerks. -For c<>nip» nt« ion of stn \« vor-gci;ernl «•!' Louis ia a. i wo thousiu.d do.liirs; m d tor clerks In Ii is < Ifle*', i w • thomand live hundred dollars. I'o mu" eyor general of Fl«»r u!a, Iwo t lions und d'dlnrs : nml for clerlis in his otllce, thr* e tllmiMind live hillidieil dollais For survevor-gemM'al of Minnesota, two thou-and dollais; uml tor clerks in Ills ofllee, eight thousaml imir hundred dollars. i-or mu \c. or-gcneral of the leirHo.y it Dakota, two thousand dollars; and lor c.c ks In his 0i..! e. six thousand lirec hundred dol lars. i-Vr surveyor-*;, nor I t Knnsc* twothotts an i dollars; an . for • l«- ks ill ids ofllee, scvi ii IhoUMind 11 v• • Inn.(in I dollars. For survey.), gim .al ol < (dorado, three thou-am! do. hi r ; ami pu - clerk - In Ids ofllee, six to usaml Hire*- hundred dollars. For surveyor gem nil <■! New Mexico, three ihousaud d(dhu>; uml for the clerks in Ills ofllee, six til 1K.11.1 l hundred dollars im f urveyor-geiara. of • a ilomhi, three thousan I dol ills ; h i.I lor ele. ks 111 hi-, ofllee, iw.'ht ilvot .otis..ml dol ars For surveyor gen nl of Malm, three t lions and (Ldi-.i's ; :.nd lor . ierits In Ids olllco. lour 1 Ihousaii.l dollars. For surveyor-gi m rnl of N* v da. time thousand do Inis; and ior clerics n. his ofllee, VI V tliousutfd t ie hundred < o lars. J-' r surveyor-gene id of Oregon iwothous ami five hundied ih l uis; and for *l. i Us In I Ii s ofUce, five th -usaml tour hundred dol an. For i;i vcyor-gem r..l <»t yy asl.ington T» rr - to y. two lion -a ,(| five hundr* *1 dollurs; uml fur'’*;. iks In h.s o.tue . even duinsaml dol lars. J!Y For sut ve.vo- g m r. lnf ' chraskn and lowa. : 4wo thousand d .liars; and i*-r clerks In Ids i ofllee, six thousand three hundred dol.nr-. F <». • urvey r-I'.ennialof Mo.itan i Terriierv three tliousuiid dol ars: and or clerks In his ofhee, six thotiMind dollars. F'or surveyor-gener. l of Utah Torrltory. three thousand dollars; and for clrrkaln his oft ce,four thousand seven hundred dollurs. For surveyor-general of Ine Territory of Wyoming, iliree thousn. d dollars; for clerks in his office, six ihdusund seven hundred dol lars. . For surveyor-general of -vrlzona Territory, three thousand dollars; and lor clerks in bis ofllee, Courthousnud dollars For rceoule. of land-!hies in Missouri, five hundred dollars. POST-OFFK K DEPAHTM ENT. For compensation of Postmaster-General eight tlmii and dollars; tun u assist a 1 t* si nuist( rs-gelieial. at three tlimKiind five hun dred dollars each ; suiu i lm.-nd- nt ot money | order sy stem, i liree thou-and dollars; supeV- Inteml* nt of foreign muds, 'liree thousand dollars; topographer ( l thepo-t-ofiiee Depart ment. two thou and five i.n deed dollars; chief of division for t lie otl'ceof mall depreda . ions, two thousand live hundred dollars; ! chief of (Hvi-ioll ot (le .(I le teiH (\v.. tlioUH •ml live hundred dollar-. supet intend ot of post-oflld* hulldli g and disbursing officer, . two ti.ou.und three Inn dred do lars; chief clerk 'o iln- Pox niastei-(jem-r: I, wo thous and two hundred *1 1 ars; olio eld f clerk to each assistant Postnuisfer-Geuernl. et two Iho.sand dollars eaei. ; one chief clerk in the money-order . iVce. two ihoti-cnd dollars; one chief clerk in ottie of supe; !nli mlci tof foreign mails, t wo thousand collars; super intend. nt of blank-ag. ney m e thousand and eight hundred dollurs; ns-d.Munt sup lutend ent « f blank-a.'em-y. on.- housamt s'x hun dred delta s: four ussistniHs.at m* thousand two hundred dollar-, each ; fnirte n ch : rks of ela s four, twenly-fl- e tlmiisaml two lmudre(i dol as; sixty-three c.erks of class three, one ! hundred housnud eight hundred dollurs; lift, ele ks (*; ela s two, seventy Ihousnmi dollars; - Ixty ntne*-L'rks of cl .as one. eighty two tin usaml light hundred 00l la r- ; tlfty sevi-n f male i* elks, at nine hundred dollars each; one in .»■*. tic r oft he Postmaster Gen ■ ernl, nD e hum Led of lars; one messenger to each assistant postmaster i cnernl. at eight hundred and foit vdo fa: - itch; fotirassls ant messengers, at s V( u hm..’n (I and twenty dollars «null'; on*- captain of the watch, at one (liousund d..liars .-ml nine wut inn* n nml twenty-five labor is ;.t seven hundred and twentv dollars each; one engineer, one thousand six hundred dollars: oi.e assistant engineer, ono thousand il..liars; one e.rpen ler, one thousand I «vo hundred uml fitly dol lar-; o *• id-sis ant carpenter, one thousand dollars; ene fin man and hlaeksmlth. nine hundred dollars; two firemen, ai sev* n hun i dred ami tw* uiy dollars each, one thousand , four liumlr* d and forty do'lar-; three fema e j laborers, at four humired and eight • dollars ! each, one ihotiMUid lour hundred and forty I dollars; on*' stenographer, one it ousand 'eight hundied dollars; making, in all four hundred ami twcnty-sl;; thousand s.tven , hundred anti tl Iny-two dollars nt the annu i "onipe* Nation of ass . taut i"esM*n . uers, watet men, and laborers In the Post- Office Lepuriim nt shnl he seven hundred Him Ivventy ''o'lars, and no ni re; und so mu*' id's, et lon li.iiroi Ihe act approved Jum* eigh h. eighfe* ii hundred and seventy-two, I cm it led “An act lo revise, eonsolld te and I amend thostalute*« r V tli*g to the Post-urthe Depart nti'i i. ':*> provides u gn liter MiilUid . eompensttiien tor s id assistant messengers, I wathmen. and lahore s. Is hereby reneu'e-t. For temporarv eleiks, ten thousnud dollais. fontiugeut expenses, Port-Office Depart ment : I For sfntlonery, nlm- thou..and dollars; fuel fort e general no*-t-oflieo Imlldlng. including t' e iivi itor's ofl'ce. seven thousand four hun dred dollu s; lor eas, four Ihouxn»«d dollars; pluiubiiK und - ns fixtures, ti r « luousand do Ims; tclegiaiil lug. t’.ir.-e thou Hand dollars; I painting, one tiious .ml five hundred dolLtrs; I carpets, three ihousaud dollars; furniture, three thousand live h uml red dollars; keep ing horses and repairing (uni ges, wagons and harness, twelve hundred dollars; liard ware, eight bundred dolhiry; nnseellaneous Item-., seven thou and live hundred Hollars; making, in all, forty-three t: omutml nine 1 hundred dollars. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. For.compensntlon of * ommPs'onernf Agri culture, tliree llu/Usaml doll rs: chief clerk, I two M on ami dollars; eutoniol p'st. two thousand dollars; eh* mist, two > Imusnnd dol , lars; i Ksistant chemist, one tboa nnd fix i hundred dollars; superlnieimenl ot expcrl nienta' gardens and giout.ds, two thousand dollars: statistician, tw - thou-and dollars: I disbursing clerk, one thousand c.uh. hundred dollars; of seed-room, one thousand eight hundred dollars; librarian, one Thousand eight hundr* d Mollnr-: ho ut ls», one thou-end eight hnndred dollais; saL.ry of i..lcroseopl.>l. o.m.' tlmusaud tight Jiui.died ! dollars; tour clerks of class f ur IP e clerks ; of chiva three, six elerkx of class two sev* n i clerks of ( las-, one; engineer, one thousand four hnndred dollars: stipe*ln'endent of fold ing !•■«.m on tl u at...: woln.nd eh dollars; ussis aul superintendent of expcrim inul gu.den and ground-. in* ihonxand two hun dred dollars jissl - ant sun<*riuteudent * t the seed-room, one thousand two hundr*d<iol lars: three copyists, nt nine liumlr* d GnEnrs each : two atl' i.ants In inuseum.rt onelbou s-ind doll !> « ... h . • hlef niL»> nrer, t numlreUuml fifty dollars: two assistant mes sengers: one carpenter, at nine hundred and si * do'lnr*• tliree watchmen, and nine ln iioiers; niukiiiH. in a i .-.evinty flvelliouoamf th'ee hum!r*"i and n'n" y dollars. ‘ For collecting stu Ist es, and compiling anil 1 writing maitir so nmutl ly. annual, and sp< i lal i. ports, fifteen Minus:.rd .1 Hers ' For nurciiuMc and dlsirlbultou »d n. u i ml 1 ' v;.P"tV<* seeds and | I n|s sixty thousand d* 1 • ai, ,\n *-.\|*. > >*• ol p I ing up the same, i for luh r, hanging, paper, tw.ne. gum. and 1 oi'.ci' uctc: ::ur ina'.i i I::Is. f.ve rhotf.vnnd dol lars. i Fo: !..V.rr,r *~p rlnrnia’ trader and for j flower-pi :•. repairs to green-house, and ptir • ehnse of new plants and seeds lor the bume, I ten thousand dollars. I F’or stationery, two thousaml dollars: for ' fr« Iglit I « one thousand eight hundred dollars; fur fuel, übc h* i.sand eight hundred i dollais; for lights, five hundred uollur : for repairs of liuil ling. In a:ing-apparutus,furui tuiv nml water and gus pipes one thousand t wo hundr* <1 dollars: for keep of horses, ono , thoiiM.ml 1 : ; *.n u>. .in .lii.v, for new fur niture, one thousand dolla's: b-r paper twi. e , and gum ter lohllng room, tliree liumiied dol • lars; for ( as* s for tin de; art merit imiseum, one .liousund five hundred doHiirl: lor col lee In;' "i:d mod.-IP g sp c|mens of irults and vegetables, uud collecting und prepar ng specimens for the museum and herbur uni. I two llioU.saiid dollars; lor cases for the libra ; ry. tiv• liumlr. d d* Mais. lot « nt. inologlcal | works of refeienee, two hundred nnd fifty dollars; for i otanb-al works ot lefereme, two hundred and filly dol ar-: for w i !;*■ «»n chcm -1-t ry, mi oei h logy, and clh.i.s, five i.uml.cl dollars, for eln-inlcals and contingent ex penses. seven Fundred di’lJars: f<*r ci irsnt agricultural works for the llbuir . twoliun ilreii •ml fitly *1 ollara: for inJaceHuji. oils agri ! eultuiul periiHlnals, two hundred nnd fifty , dollar- : for laeld* ntul and inixeellaiieoua items, uaif.lv. lor a iv.ilis.ng. post age, tele graphing, dry, goods, soap, brushes, brooms, i . mats, oils, paints, gloss, lumber, hardware. ' lee. pmehuse of old reports, five thousand j dollars: in all. twenty-ouu thousand threw i 1 hundred dollurs. .Tl-nr i \T,. united sr Tin conns. For flu* '■hle , .liixtlce of the Supreme Court of ihe United States, eight hi nisi, nil live lu.n --dr.-d (1 .liars: and for eight associate justices, i elg’ t thousand dollars each: In all, seventy- 1 two thousand flv - hundred do 1 is. For one retired jlis lee of the Mtp;enic roiirt. eight Jlioll-ei.d (101 l a. An ' Mill, the ] s.. la i * . • im» nil lent -. am! I es >.f Mie e|. lk of ‘ t:.e siipr. me • o»n t * f tin* District of i munibla shall not •• x ee.l the sum of six tlioiisaml dol lars pt r I‘iinuiii, and that lhe-ev • • l fi'.-s collect.-d by 11iIII nbiiM* 'h"t -1 i• i-hII be paid Into I'm- 'reasury of h I'llil* d »ate*-r and that •aid clerk shall i .. *• s* ml-mu.u.H r turns of the amount s r.( l*..lt* him I to Iho JMicretaiy ot t ..i . ■ -n r> * the l'idle i BlHU*a. For nine circuit Jm'ges. te re. hie in oil', nit, fifty-four Llioi.s : *> .M' S For snlnry oftlie n pot * r •.! the tier l.*lonsof the snprem ■ ouraoi flic I'm ed Stu es, two thous.. ! I i.m'red d* Hiti.*•. lor the siihnv of . e iii .'-'nt f theSu pn m • ft line l house lid live hundri <1 (101 l 1 1.. i. s ' th*- ''lstrief Judges of Ut l iii:. d Sat > in Hiding tm sr.iurb-s of the ret • e t oi '«■•* of ' Le eiisl*' u district ol Texas, soui i. -• n■' hi *, and ens'en* district of .* i ~ g.n. one . updir . n„d ninety-three Mums .i *1 .1 Slurs. lo m I is." tloehii / jlisfre of the Ml- 11r to .<*iM e si iiof < ••ImiiblH, and the "iii •' o ".'de pi'Le , tv. . nty thousand five hie *lr d Ho lai • J' •*• • • ••• ■ :i toll of He *1 ‘trlet lltloi lieys of i:.* i': '. • di •. i Ilied'il. .•lollMli.d three hui r• • nml 11. l v <tollurs. i,i ii.,. ; *• •: In *H i rii t marshals 1 Its M (mi d '-Wi es, c.* ..II lliousan.i SCU II Inin n*l dollars I-. ■, ;. i tlwar len ** the .full In the ! i Di- i. .. f . ; . .i i ;wi> thi r.suml dollars, i (<•: ut of i i.\: *-s 1 Hibires .f tl\.' Judges of I lie Court* of 1 chdi-t ni : m ilioii-nmi live hnudved dolin"s lend. .. *•! i i I e i rk, thn •• thousaail dollars: tin* ssi dan' ( 1 rk, Hv i iiotMtliil d* liars: in.i ' * in- ':o isnnd tP e i.uudred dollars; nun ;:i ss*'ii.'- : ihei id m 11. tw tily-nltio . th.- ; lid '.g i bun ie, 1 a*i I for y dollars. Fur.-, nlo ery.oo-.ks.i el. lab r, and ot her | cuil'li.k. ih .nl mm « I an, «.iis * * peliM-s, | 1 th. j 1 . 1 -it . portl g Miede (-1-1..1,- •( t.te • lent, eh ih 1 Ii l-. hd ol* 111 ! p,. pilin ga d >up« i:a• nd «>g iLi pilnt ng , iof nt’■ •• I 1:1 1 rts of M e ~ , ur: , f i.,, • m he held <•" iheonierof 1 tin ,*•<•, , •us im d,.t,nr-. ' T*, |ii jin n . . ni- , h. (uitt of C aims , I sou .. .i ' >. in d do,lars. DEPARTM KNT OF JUSTICE. ' Otfic' of tin- AMorney-General For com* peirtdmuol tlicattoi ney-g ncrai, eight thou sand dollars; solicitor-general, seven tho«- Knud flve hundred iloilnr*: three amtstant at torneys-Beneral. flve thousand dollars each: oncHMHI» i,m attorney-genenil ol post-ofllee depnrtim ni, f ur thousand dollars *>o||ritor of internal revenue, five thwu-uuul Uolhus; naval solicitor and judge a.lv*,cafe-g* ue.jil, tliree thousand five hundied do,lars. e-nm lnei <;f claims, three thousaml flve hundred dollars: law clerk sellnu im examiner, of ti tles. three thousand dollars: chief clerk, two thousand two hundred i1..1h,r«: stenogiuphle clerk, two thou nnd dr,liars: one clerk, two j 11,niKr.hd dollars: s veil elrvks of class lour; additional mrdl htirsiug clerk,two hundred J dol la two * Jerks ..iclu-'L iit iv*-. i,,,e clerk of j t la-s two, tw > rlcrks ol class one, one in* s j s**nger two attsPii,t,i |i)i-ss*-ng< Vs. "«, hd.*>r ! ers, atnl Iwo wnt«*)ini. n . in all eighiy u,otiß - six hiindred nnd *1 tv doluira. Uflice of the Solb-lioi of Ihe Treaanrv.- For com peiisti foil of e solicitor **f fh* t. • ft*Ury, l ret- lli iiMin*! live bundled ifollura; assist ant solicitor. tlirtM- Hi on und dollar*: chief clerk, t\\<* I boii'Uiid dollars: fur clerk- ,>f ehos tour, thr«s* cU-rks*»f < lass ihrcP three clerks of class two two , 1* rks of rliuM«»ii«* a one me s. t.g* and one lahore :In atl.tweu ly eight thou ami si. liumiied nnd sixty dol alfs. l'or eot,iing* nt ex i*ense.si.f the I eparifncnt of J indie t, in* Ij : FTtel. hdM)r. stationery, and ml‘« cllun-oils It* ms. nile* n thoosnml 1 doll i,,i r it; of building *r\ nteen tU**u j sand dol ais. j,*r lutnLuie and law Ixxilis, six thousand d -liars. * I Fee. 3. That the >«•* retnry of I lie TM-arnry M directed to withhold i.ll j* \ im-utN to »*fty nili road company amt its assigns on account of freights or Iransporiaiioit over I heir res pcctlve roads f any kind to the amount of. payments made by the l ulled Liter for in- . t*'r* st upon bonds ~( the Flitted Sfa'es issued . lo any such coitipati', an«i wit eh shall not have b en •* Imi.uised. together with tlie tlyb pel « cut. ot net earnings due and unapplied, as provided by law. ml any Mich company mu hi lugs it in h>- otirt of (iniuiK t, rc- . cover tlie price oi such freight tin s L.iion, Mid In such suit the right of such..’ i company to recover the m*jiic it]>ott the law and Mm faefh «»I the • use shall be d terinlljta),-, and also the t ighls «*l the Vuite*! States lump .. the uteri s ot all l <• t oinls prvsente* l by It op answer tlietelo by them: and either party to such suit may appeal to tlie Supreme l o.urt;. • nnd holli said courts shall give stn h c tire or j causes lirec* •.cm e «)f a I ti.er business , , See. 3. That fn in and as er the first day of July, eighteen hundied und sev* ny- hreev. 11m sa’ary of the sunervlsing arehlfee' of thef trea-ury shall be flve lliotiMand dollurs per aiinuiu. and ti*e khluilcs of the examiner f,f claim- in lh**d | arlment of Htnte, the solicits. or o the t usury, the rominlssloner of ugrj- . culture, the romtulss oner of rustoins, tl.a audl ors «)i the tr* usury, the commlsslonei; of the general land office the commissioner pensions, nml the assistant postmasters get); r eral, the superln'encent of he nioney-ordtjr,, system, and the superlutciident of foreign nulls nl the post-ofllee depnrtm* nt slitvll ot four tliousniid dollars each per anui.m; apd the.salaries of the t wo chiefs of the diplomatic and of the consular bureaus In thodepnra ment ol State and of the bureaus oi oeronn is 1 nnd of Indexes nnd archives, shall lie two' ti ousatid four hundred dollurs each per an num : and n sufficient sum to carry into eflVct the provisions of Mils section to the end of tu» i.n. al year ending June Milt tleth, elgHl , ceil hundred and s. venty four, Is hereby up proprlated. | S- e. 4 That Ihe nt'orr.er ger.rrnl shallcau*e' ’ a suit in equity lo be instituted In the name | of the Unite ! States against the UnionPoolflo R.lroad Company, end against all persona l who may. In their own names or through *ny age urn, ..i>u subscribed for or received cap!'- , tal stock 1 said road, which stm k hn* qot l eon paid *or lit full in money, or who mav lm\ c tvcc'lved. as dividends or otherwise, por i lions of the enpilul atock ol said road, or the proceeds or uvalls thereof or otliur property 1 ot said road, unlawfully and contrary to’ equity, or wlio may nave received as nrofl s or pj; ',•••' ds of contracts for construct ion or ei|U iim.ni of sa.d lou.t or other contracts 1 therewith. mon«*vs or other property which on ii', in equl y, to bchmg lo raid ra lroad 1 corpoiutlon. or who may, under pretence of litiving compiled with the acts to which this Is an addition, have wrongtully uml unlaw fully received from the United Htnteß, bonds, loom ys or la . s whieli ouglit, In equity, i<>‘ lie act ..uu ud for and paid to said rail load ( company or to the United States, and to com pel pH in eat for said stock, in.d the *ol lection and payment ui .>u- h moneys, und the resto ratlon «*f such property, or it** value, either tosnul r. i ur."' corporal on or to the United Mates, which ever slia'l in equity he held en titled thereto. said suit may Ik* brought In the i .icult < uit In any I in ;.il, and all Mild phi tii s may be n.iuie i.efendnnts In one salt. Decrees may be entered and • nforced against anyone or n.oiv mu ties defendant Wl.houf’ awaiting Mi'* Anal determination of the cause j against. tlior put ties. The court where said cause is pendtne m y mn’-p such orders and , decrees ana issue sueli process as it shall deem necessary to bring in new parties or the repi eve nt mixes < f parties deceased, or to ear-' ry into effect the purposes of this act. On filing the bill, wr t* o subpoena may be Is sued By Mild court against any parties de fendant, which writ shall tun into any dis trict, uud sbuii be served, as other like pro- J cess, by the marshal of such district. Tlie hooks records, corresnondeiice.and all other ; (locuinen.H of the Union Pacific Railroad Company. sha'l :>.t nil times be open to ln- I speei.lou bj tlie Heoretary of the Treasury, or snch persons ns he may delegate for Ibut pur po-e. lb. n.v.iof il.c Unl'ed Slates provid ing for proceedings >n hankiuptey shall not be licid toni.nly to said corporation. No di vidend .•ball lirir. It r '( inn by said eom- I puny but from the actual net earnings there of- nnd no new slock -di II Ih* Issued or mort- I gages or pledges made on the properly or future earnings of the eompanx* without the' leave ol v«,ngixas, except lor llie purpose fundin ' nnd securing debt now ex Istlug, or | Mie renewals thereof. No director or officer' j of said road shall hereafter be interested, di rectly or Indirectly, in any eon*met thern- Yvith ex* • pf for !1s lawful coiupunsutlou «a- Mich officer. Auy dire i,.r or officer who shall' I pay or declare, m aid in paying or deelnrlrig, ■ auy dividend, or creating any mortgage or pledge prohlh’ted by this act, sliull he pht\- 1-hod by impiisonni* nt not exe-eding two years, nod by fine not exceeding flve thous and dollars. The proper circuit court of the United Stales shell have Jurisdiction *o lour and del, i min*' all < uses of mandunuis compel said Uni*)" Pacific Railroad ( oinpaiij to opera It* Its nml ss re()uDed by law. Appinved, March 3, Mt'RRIN & SMITH, WHOLRIAL» IYIAUtR* Ilf Foreign *V Uoninalffr LIQUORS! XX I N isl a , Tobacco & Cigars, 1 ' I'M STHEEI, brfne«D Kdfty a d Ferjason, IVSHY^ FEES AND SALE STABLE! 'pitr undersign* .1 It a v tug pttrebas#d the «ntlra' 1 in l a res I of R. S. \'A?»tas stii- tn iti** w«ir known Stable Ml unfed en Sixteenth Street, mipo *i:p I*. S. YY’il* rt> Bank, lakes this mothoa to Inform the Public tba: lie i« pre))ared to furnUb Single Ac llottbl.' Tram* ut all lioura. also keeps t .in 'flu'l v on liaiid a good capply o# Hay nna (•mitt, at Ressonahla Rates. OOJVL33 AND sun MJO W. M. WARD , J j> . DR. G, F. HILTON.- 0J Thlrd-antt'C Streets.' Phj-Hlclnu nu.l Hnrgotfli,. b* HAk IE err i. D«*l*TM*)r