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VOLUME VIII.
HELHUOM)'*
Genuine Preparations.
COMPOUND FT,RM
k positive and H«-III"IEXTRACTifIMTOHU,
tor di-en«n Ihf Hted
ler. Kidney*, Cratel. ami Diop-i.al swelliuir*.
This M.-di me im r.'a-es tin- |*w.r t.f I'ljtestion, and
If ite" t••* absorbent* Into healthy net inn. by w hien the
watery or calcareous dupusilHjn.s,«ud all uiiliiilural en
•rcemHOto are reduced, u well u sain and In Bam
IHA-XW,
Then.- xytnptotn*. If allowed In (to on, which tliktawdl
mc invarirtVr fwrp". fwm fntt.,w«
Jmf*/mcy, Fatuity, Fj)itij'ic Filt,
tnwof wlit.-li the Pnti.-nl mnv expire.
Who can say that tip s are not frequently foWovwd bj
boee" IhrWiil Diseases,"
INSANITY AND
IIKUIII.
MI
11
AM. PURCTSISTS EVI:I YWHI:I:E.
\hk for HeliuboM's— Tuke no otitcr.
*4it «Mtt tbe Ad* ertiMMMmt and Heit4 Iwr it.
i"d mmmd mpotitim mnd erponrrt. ITjrl
HOSTETTERS
CELEBRATED
iSTOMACH
BITTERS.
vpure and powerful T'*iie eorreetive and alte|
«f wonderful vflkwjr ia dteeaae* of tha
Stomach, Liver and Bowels,
urcK ly-|H'|*Ja, Iiv«r Cwmplautt, ll.».li« be, U*o«ral
iH'tclitr, Nervmi^ne*^. Upr.-^-i.Hi of fpiritj*. DMtMl
|ulK0, Colic, Int. rinitl.'iit Kevert. t'rain|w Mt4
|KI-III-,.111.1 ^11 (iliipliiiuts ol I nil. ej|,
ani-iii^ tniu lti.lil Weakness vl.. tlu
ltliery«W«
hf aiwcial iitiari."
1
Notli'uie itmt is ii.t wb.iloi.ine, genial an-1 rexiorativ
N- II
it
tire enter* Hit', the
lit is ».
'OIH|«.MIH.II..|
II
to
Ih:
ou
a*
IWtere.
A. B. F. HILDIiETlI, EDITOR & PROPRIETOR.
I
nrrnr.
HN.TTBOR.IRS KXTKACT
For Weakness arising Irom Kvee-sses, Ifatiit^ of Pin
I
•ation.KarU linliMr.ii'.n of Abuse, alteiid.-d with I ho
allowing iii|'inii.
ndl-i|«i-itiuii to Exertion,
tm »f Memory,
Veak Nerve,*,
lorror of
I/ws i l'ower,
Wtne.dty uf Hreathing,
lYemMit. .',
Waki
PBiii
in tin' llaek,
»imnc" .f Vision,
'niversnl l.is-liideof
the Mii-ruhr Sy-tb ta,
k* Ha ml.-i.
"rytiess of the Skin.
Fln-luiii: el 111./ Ib4f,
Mrupll»nsiti 111*' F*i,
PallM t'ountuoance.
CONSUMPTION.
Many »r- a w ire of tln oaiine of tln-ir sulPTttip.lrtl
VtMftnll cunfe** the rrrmi* of the fnmtte Afylum*.
nl vholv deaths bv cori-iimptlon b«w ample wit
IWK
i the truth ul tlie
AAS.T
tHm.
The on titnti.in mire aflT.eti-d by orjtariie weakne** re
.tires the r»it of medhitiet.. strengthen ail.! invigorate
v«ti»m.
I AKA
IhlitJiuld'* F.rtmrt fbirku inntriaMif dots.
A trial will couvmee the most .ske|rtieal.
FKMALKK FKMAI.KK FKMAT.W.
In inan v affection* ptvtiliar to Females, the
ttrart lti-« li.i iK iui. pial|. 1 l. any ..tli. i It. rm .ly. a« In
hktrosi-
F.r
Retention IrreguUrilv.
I 'HIIII III II.SS
Mc-rcttrv or unplea*-
tlt nnflirities lor Ilti|.|e--1-filit .j.il-.• 11, l- |1:-.
ftluibold Extract Hurhu and Improved Hoteicafh
CUKES YIXUKT DISEASES
In all th^ir stage, At little
*\|ei*»t
Ltttkor tio rlian^e in dtH, No III.-HI\
OIIICMO*,
AND XO FXPFIM RE.
!t ratues a frrqi«it desire and rtrmpth to tiri
ate, thereby remov it.jj oh^trtH'tioiiri, i^i'vetitiiij and cur
itg Mru lures »l tlie I r.-ilirn nltnyinc (Klin au.l Iriltam
i
tr««i'ieiit in the i la-- .f .li^ejtse*, and X|elling
pon»iuo«M, nmeaKi-d itnd wi.rnout matter.
Th. U"*n.tF U|mn th««t».inds, who tmve b*en tin vieUnn.
^.i.\ kJ. and w 1*.i hii\ (Mi-i h'-iiv y t*»
I H:
t'liretl in
*b«rt time. hn\e I they were ile. rived, and tli .l
ie Il»l.«ON lla^. tlie ii-eol' |».*.t ful aslriiment'
»-ii tri. ii| ir. the «y-t. m, to hrwik out n an aggrakv|
•1 lorin. and prrk0}* \f man-unr.
I"«e IWmV+r* Estrartof Ruchu f.r all affection* and
of the urinary w h. thrr exl-tiiin in male
f. ni tie. from whatever catixe utiKiualai) and id. mat
"I how loni -t.l11'1111^.
Ihseaxea tlie*.- tlw Rid 4 diurctie
-iii'1*''1.1ai*K*tr»e»oillpan-i
i.hurequire
w
the
I '. I II
a »aleguar4.
Jin di-u-M-u infer-ud wift Ki ver and A|(t»e, It baa beat*
fund nilalliMe an a previ nti\. .ml ir r- i.-uldi' a.- a :JI
tid
llK.il-au.1-
who remrt t. it i.nder ap|l lu liM.|i ol
i atta. k. ». ape th. monrife and Ibouvaiidn who
appreciated, ill
111*
CIjc |ntclligtnccr.
WaatwaN
DM
Ma
inr for.
r.
Il fe
lh«-
mwade.1.
H.
ut liiurt^ie. nnd
't.^ll '"1
effe.1 in
a!l
.li»e!l.^e- for wlaH'li
1
vi.leie ..t the
(M.II«illa cltaraeti-r will ae.
III..-I .-II.IMO
and
IR11.N\
the
IUCIIKIUC.
Prlw 91,(10 per Bottle, or Six for 1\00,
'rered to any tUras, Mcunljr |ack*d IhM
tiiru
••crib* •jrmptows In all commnnlcatiaM.
art« UMralrrd. Advlt* VraMs.
14r«aa l««tef« fr inlorniation to
S
II. IIK1.MBIII.D. Client tat,
Si$k 1H N.i.lii Tenll. 1 Im I..h liestnut. I'hiladul|i(ila.
'I 4 UM UHol.ll
M.-*Ih .tl
lUSs-i4 HWJIl$o|J' lrii^ an.I iH'iiiH'.tl WareliooM,
|s MM Broadway, New York.
-Ji. letcart of GimiUerfeiti and unprineifled Dmlert
l"dis|»»e
or tli. ii
.'»II
°1••"L***"'' tepuUtiuli attained by
IM MM IC I
atul ••Other
UMinliie lYeparatimi".
Kxtr.i. Itticbd.
Kxtraet Mr^Mrill.,
lfciprttna— WMk.
SOLD RT
coo
rue of empire takm wajr.
A. B. r. M1L.D11KTH,KitHe*,
Charles City, Iowa, Sept 8,1864
"We Can't Subdue the Rebels."
To the dccipomliiig or exulting ex
clamation Oh, we can't subdue tlm
rebels lltere i« but one reply. If it
be true, our national ilag has disnp*
pcarod, the natiuna! honor is gone
and most of the States of the Ameri
can Union are separate powers of
smaller population tlian the cities
of London or Paris. There
is
When this phrase
of mi|t-
..| ii-i.ini trv evaenati.n-, I'l.-er.-if.-il or cir
IimIMIOII
elate of tl»e terns l^'H-horrhii-a or Whites. Steril
*n.l for all contiiplaint-ineident to the tie*. whether
•ruing from UulikcruUou, babtu uf .u*.-..j»auau, ut m,Uiw
DECLINE OU CHANGE OF LIF*.
TaVc no inorc
Mr. Smith asked why.
ill Ifcl'"1'hK
[E# I 'VI At II 1UTTKltv Tin.- |».|ular |'i .•(•urutioli i "iiUiti
n.iiieriil of any kind tio d.-u.lly N'tatiieal el.meia i
|t m.iuut. but it u a couitiieauoa uf tlie nlwu of
.' Ii.-ilraiuir herbs aixt plant- withtbo pUIWlMMl mthl
all diflUKive aumubaitn.
luriarmml »({ftiiw-t diaeaae, and, so far
tli* luinian y.~tMn e.ui l« prot«xnvt l.y hmu.iii ineau
»in-l inaiadic* elf
inlet til l.\
ai. ui.u li..le~..iiie auu»-
e itniwre water altd otber eiternal cauaae, Uwki
UiUam
may be
relied
IK'K
el t.. avail tinm.-elM s of its protec t, w .(iial lu- ai ad
.• «recnrel l.y a\eiy brtefenuri'
o|
tlib iunrvi'li»:*
i'. nil' Fiver and At ue (talk ut-, alter ln-uiji plied
ilh .|intiin.' for moi.th- in vain, until t.iirly .-atmated
|ith lliat danger.Ills alkal. •'I. are lint unfi uq.ienlty re
or«»l u healtU wiUuu a kw Ua BY Um u»e wf Huatet
-r'j
Tha woak xtomacb la rapidly tavlfocated »ud the a»
|etite
restored by
thia ajfrei-abk'
Trnik-.and hejn-.. it
*..rk-. *"iniir- in ca-e.- ol 1 'i-1^ |i-ia, and in le- inn
Irmed flillns of lndiKe-tKHi. Ai'liliic
II*II.i.^»
a* a
gentle and
,i|«r i.'iil, a- til a-- u|».u llie liver,
it
riatil^ relK'f u the 'i.iistl|alwa *unei
action of the dlgmitlTe and peorevvt'
i*.|iit tf Iii(!-t i..ii.iuM\e, ant
tlcu tUV*'
riuducwl by Iri^gtlbir
organ*.
r*r*oiM »t r.ible habit liable In NVrvm- Attnrk*,
|t/wne*n of Spirit* and Kit" of languor, find |rom|t and
permanent relief from the Ibttern Tlie teMm»uy
11In-
I1..111 I M. II I
.*• a (fciMrut Tnair UoaMWr
.-exes.
The a^'-ny of Biiioiu Colic iii uutivdiau-ly aMiu(iet by
riliKk' d.i-eof the sltiiKilant. and .H^'ahkitl.ill) re.-ort
|in^ to it, the return of the complaint may bo pieveoted.
's
BNteni proluoe e0
I a III'll tilII-1 lie eX|-erlelM r.l 1 itlie-.-i .l lirl'ore UieV i'a!i
ItM
fully
.if CKictituli.niHl
lions l'i .'inature lie.-ay aud
fl.iUI old
-ta».'«
Weak
I'.
l.ility
and |i« r«|.utu.U
A^.
It
lln the eon^ai.-n-eiit
evtvi-e- III.' Ie. tl i, mrllli In O
-of
all
di^eine*
delitrltU'ul it.vUi'f aril Wlien the |K.*er-
«|M-riite-- a- a
of
l-.l, but not Uvud.it i« The Only
nuiiire are
uiaxod, M«i|i«ntaB
lo re-«tifaroc and re i»uiU*k
tltuiu.
Sate
H. .ie'fa lurttl (r.Hii -untnl and iini.«
No family uie.li. iiie ha»
betMg
iK.ii-Stimuiaiil,
iiiaterialf, aL.I
ni n 'ly free frotn the u ld element- |r»et!l more nr kt-r
in .1!! the ordinary touKU aud nloiuuchlcn uf the
day.
IMH*II
fo universally, aud, it
may lie truly i»ddel. (fw-xn'/y popular with tbe
jnrt:ouo(
inleUl|(uit
tbe oouiuiuuil) nr- Ho.-u tl»'r HiUCM.
le|*red by HUWSmJi k SMITH, 1'tlL-bnrgk, Pa.
.•id by all Dnn'ii.-U,
Uruwft:
aud K-lurckecpera every
no na­
vy, no army, no common force, no
collective glory. The Work of a hun
dred years id undone.
is need
merely
in
dospondency by those who sincerely
witih the national honor to be main
tained, they should be naked to re*
member what the prospects of the war
were one j'ear ago, and what they
are now. Gold
is
higher, but so ih
the spirit of the people. The army
that drove Lee from Gettysburg now
threatens both his supplies and his
escape from his own capital. (Sold
may go still higher, but so will the
national determination, and there
is
no reason to apprehend disaster until
there
is a
cry from the cowed and
breaking heart of the American peo
ple We can't subdue the rebels
When that cry
ia
heard the rebels
may suldue n«, and welcome, for
there
will be nothing left worth
Yes," said ltichard, I had a little
laid up, for you know it is well to
have something laid up against a wet
day, and 1 have kept a little of my
earnings by ate." Now Poor Richard
is known to all tlie country round to
be a very prudent and industrious,
and withal, wise man for Richard
never learned anything he didn't know
how to make use of, and his wisdom
and prudence had become a proverb.
So, when he took out his savings and
bought the notes, more than onu was
surprised, and it was
no
So
Poor Rich­
ard, in a very quiet humble way—for
he never assumed anything—replied,
I suppose, Mr. Smith, you know a
great deal better than I do what to do
with money, and how to invest for 1
never had much, and all I got I had
to work hard for. But 1 liavo looked
round a good deal upon my neighbors,
and seen what they did with their
money and I will tell you some things
1 saw and what I thought of it. One
very rich man was always dealing in
money, aud lie made a great deal, but
was never satisfied without high inter
est. So he lent most of his money to
some people who he thought were very
rich, at a very high rate and he often
told how mtich he got, till one day the
people lie lent to went to smash. IIe
got back about ten cents on a dollar
of his money. I know another old
gentleman, who had some bank stock
aud he went to the bank aud got ten
per ceut. divideud. The President and
everybody said it was the best stock
in the country—paid ten per cent.
But what did the old man do but stll
his stock the next day 1 Why why
said everybody. Because, it pays tuo
mtuA diruhm!. And in six months the
bank went to smssh. Now, tfuit I
know to be a fact. Well, Mr. Smith,
you say railroad stocks arc best, be
cause they pay high dividends Can
you tell how long they will pay them
I like railroads. 1 helped to build
ono, and I go in for useful things.
But 1 tell you what I knmc about them.
Onc-tbird of the railroads don't pay
auy dividend, and two thirds (and
some of them cracked up, too,) do not
pay as much as Government stocks.
Now that brings me to the Govern
ment securities, aud I will tell yoa
why I prefer them. I take it you will
admit, Mr. Smith, that in the long run
the investment which is best should
have these qualities First, it should
bc perfectly jururt: secondly, that the
incomo should be imtforitt and jhi uM'
ncnt—not up one year and down the
uext aud thirdly, that it should bo
marketable, so when your wet day comes,
and you want your money, you can
get it buck. And think these notes
or bonds Lave got these qualities more
than auy other kind of personal
prop
erty you
cuu
uauie. Try it.
IP
"First, then, I have been looking
into
BUS
that great book yon call the Cer.»
Statistics. I used to think
you without varying
I
my
it
wasn't worth mneh but since I be
gan to study it, I tell you, I found oat
a good many things very useful for
me to know. I found out, by ItMikirig
at the crops, and the factories and
shipping", ftc., that we (I don't mean
the Uebe! States) are making a thou
sand millions of dollars a year mora
than we spend. So j'ou see that
will find the peoplu break before the
Governments. Well, then, I call that
Stock -perfectly sticure.
"Secondly, yen want tbe income
uniform aiul Well, 1 want
yen. to tnkc up a list of bank., rail-1•'"•"••••J
Smith, and you know it.
Now here is the Government will
pay
a
like aoinething
that gives »e my
come every year.
lhirdly,
yon
which is marketable any day
year. Now, if you
fight-
Poor Eiehard's Reasons for buying
United States Securities.
The other day we heard a rich neigh
bor say he had rather have railroad
stocks than the U. S. stocks, for they
paid higher interest. Just then Poor
ltichard came up, and said that he had
just bought soine of Uncle Sam's three
years notes, paying seven and three
tenths per cent, interest. My rich
frieud exclaimed, You! I thought
you had no mouey
to
little savings
in
It
buy with."
A Mother's Love.
The
work to which we
whatever
wonder rich
(JazcUc.
If
and
refer ia that
which every mother, whether rich or
poor,
the
advantages
or
dis­
advantages of the circumstances may*
Then comes a heyday of enjoyment,
of rest and comfort to the mother, in
the golden autumn of her life, when
surrounded by a group of att'nctionate,
dutiful, virtuous, aud noble sons and
daughters, she sits among them in
beautiful repose, her facts radiant in
the glow of her own heart's ever-burn
ing lovu, and the smile of hcavcu us a
halo of light abuut her head, a specta
cle to be admired and envied of all.
Hut this season of comfort, this In
dian summer of maternal life never,
never comes to those who evade their
responsibilities, forsake their trust,
be, is required by the most sacred and the furnaces, one thousand two liun
rigid obi igatious to achieve- -the assid
uous cultivation in her children of the
inner nature, of that which makes the
good man or woman, that which shall
live forever. For this she must be
always at her post with never so much
as a recess from her maternal carc aud
solicitude, toiling on, breaking up the
ground, sowing the seed, training the
tender plant, eui idling tho soil, wa
tering, nourishing, stimulating every
good aud pleasant growth, until the
flowers begin to bloom, and the fruit to
rip(*h.
There is a young lady residing not a
hundred miles from Bavenport, who
has assisted her father iu harvesting
this season, driving the reaper, aud
at times binding, doing it more for
healthful cxcrcisc than from necessi
ty. She is also an expert horsewo
man, and
ami leave their work for others to do,' second regular session of the Thirty
for the sake of personal case, sensu
ous indulgcuce, or selfish gratification.
frequently drives a pair of
horses from her father's resideuec to
this city, and after attending to Iter
purchases, returning iu tiiue for sup
per. Sun-browned as she
is
ture's healthful exercise,
from Na­
she
is
the
Oii\blCJA^U
LAW9 OF THE UNITED STATES,
Pa(N« at the F1
r*t Hdoloii of the twny
KIKIIIH
(sitico the increase of debt isn't half
that) we arc growing rirh instead of
poorer, as John Bull and the croakers
would have us think. Then the debt
will be paid, anyhow, no matter how
long the war is. Besides, did yon ev
er hear of a Government that broke
before the people did? Look into appropriated, for the objects hereinat
your big histories, Mr. Smith, and you' ter expressed, for tlie fiscal year end-
ing the thirtieth of June, eighteen
hundred and sixty-five, namely
LEGISLATIVE.
For.compensation
lu"r
o a s
i-oads, mines, insurance compauiea i j.'„r compensation of the officers,
anything you choose—and till me clerks, messengers, and others receiv
(lionor bright, now 1) how many have "g an annual salary in the service
paid
a uniform
income for ton or twen-i *',e ^e"ate, viz Secretary of tbe
x- i Senate, threo thousand six hundied
ty years. Not one in
a hundred,
Mr. L. ,,
tittle. Now sand five^ hundred ^dollars
in
will ask any bank
Government.
stocks. I confess, too, that I wanted
to help that dear old country, which is
my home and my country." I con
fess," said Mr. Smith,
can do
which indicated the serenity of his dis
position and the consciousness of
do
ing right towards his country and his
fellow maa.
clerk and principal executive clerk
want something sixty dollars each eight clerks
in the the
office
0,10
1 i fifty dollars each keeper of the sta- lars.
1 reslJctit, he will tell yuo that 0,„ r».
ufm t|l„„'SillH, scvc„
,,n„iir0i
s U k s a e e o n y k u u n y e y
an
that is always salable, because they will gers, at one thousand and eighty dol
sell anywhere in the irortd.
,ttrs
Xo., Mr. Sinilli, thia ia «.*» I pat ?""a™ and
aot
I
hadn't
thought of all this. There ia a good
deal of sense in what you say, and 1
will go so
far as
to put two or three i one thousand five hundred dollars two
1 11 i' •. 1 9a assistants in document room, at one
thousaud dollars 111 tinted Stat
atocks.
les!
no
harm."
We left Mr. Smith going towards one thousand five hundred dollars
the bank, and Poor Richard returning two messengers, acting as nssistaut
home, Willi that calm
anil
died dollars assistant in charge of
furnaces, six huudred dollars labor
er in charge of private passages, six
hundred dollars two laborers at six
hundred dollars each chaplain to the
Senate, seven hundred and fifty dol
lars captain of the Capitol police,
eight hundred and seventy dollars
Capitol police, eleven thousand eight
hundred aud eighty dollars one |H»
liceinan, four hundred ami eighty dol
lars, making ninety-two thousad four
hundred and eighty-four dollars.
For contingent expeuses
Senate, viz
For stationery,
very picture of health, and though
somo of our city young ladies might ing an annual salary in the service of
cousider her labors undignified, yet the House of Representatives, vis
her appearance in the parlor is char
acteristic of
the
highest breeding,
modesty and retirement in
ners being
her
a
man­
promioeut feature.—Dav.
1
Ai*
the Demoeratie party «M
integrity of tho
Cvyptrhead Paper.
iu
power, then this rebelliou would be
speedily brought to
a
close, and the
Union maintain*).—
tbe norse-thief, Morgan.—Hawk-(dollars
1
niif(ri'N.
in,
Doorkeeper, one thousaud seven
hundred dollurs Postmaster to tbe
Senate, one thousand seven hundred
and fifty dollars Assistant Postmas
ter and mail-carrier, one thousand four
hundred and forty dollars two mail
boys, at nine hundred dollars cach
superintendent of the document room,
thousand two hundred dollars each
superintendent of the folding room,
placid air! l.."rkeeper, at one tliunaaml live hull
of
thousand
dollars.
For newspapers, three thousand
dollars.
For
Congressional Globs, twenty
thousand dollars.
For reporting proceedings in the
Daily Globu for the second session of
the Thirty-eighth
Congress, twelve
thousand dollars.
For the usual additional compensa
tion to the reporters of the Senate for
the Congressional Globe for reporting
the proceedings of the Senate for the
eighth Congress, eight hundred dol
lars each, four thousand dollars.
For clerks to committees, pages,
horses, and carryalls, eighteen thou
sand dollars.
For expenses of heating and ven
tilating apparatus, sixteen thousand
dollars.
For miscellaneons
items, thirty-five
thousand dollars.
For compensation and mileage of
members of the House of Representa
tives and delegates from Territories,
nine hundred and ninety thousand
eight hundred and Bixty dollars.
For compensation of the officers,
clerks, messengers, and others receiv
dollars each eleven clerks, at one
thousand eight hundred dollars cach
principal messenger iu the oflice, at
four dollars and eighty cents per day,
one thousand seven hundred and fifty
two dollars threo messengers, at one
thousand two hundred dollars each
messenger to the Speaker, at four dol-
The Democratic party was in pow- lars and eighty cpnts per day, one
er when this rebellion broke out. thousand seven hundred and fifty-two
Why didn't you "maintain the integ- dollars clerk to tho Committee of
rity of tho I nion at that time. Not Ways anil Means, one thousand ight rendered by Court of
a Republican, nor an abolitionist had hundred dollars Clerk to the Commit- ous to the thirtieth of
any thing to do with getting up this tee of Claims, one thousand eight bun- hundred ami sixty-fire,
rebellion, and the rank and file, arc dred dollars clerk to Committee on thousand dollars.
all Democrats, and were never any- Public Lands, one thousand eight!
thing else. Oh, yes, you are great hundred dotlars Sergeant-at anus, i
on "integrity and so is Jeif. Davis,. two thousand oue huudred and sixty
"©tcslfoarlr IJje Coarse of Cmpirt talits its Man."
[IVnue—No. 123 rnty dollars Capitol police, eleven
AN ACT making appropiiationa for thousand eight hundred arid eighty
the legislative, executive, and jnrti- dollars one policeman, four hnndred
rial expenses of the tioverninent fori and eighty dollars Doorkeeper, two
the year ending June thirtieth, eigli-1 thousand one hundred and sixtv dol-
teen hundred and sixty-five, and for
other purposes.
Jie a etwdM by the Sttwfr avrf JTunsc
uf llfprrseninhrtx uf the Unihu! Sfufix ,,f' sand seven hundred and lilty-two dol
Anwrtra in Cim^rrsi oxtvrnhlcilt That lars each one messenger, at one
(he following sums be, and the same thousand seven hundred and forty
arc hereby, appropriated, out of any (dollars five messengers, at one thou
money in the treasury not. otherwise sand five hundred dollars each six
messengers, at one thousand two hun
dred dollars each twelve messen
gers, to be employed during the ses
sion of Congress, at the rate of one
thousand two hundred dollars per an
num cb.iplaiu to the House of Rep
resentatives, seven hundred and fifty
dollars making ninety-eight thou
sand threo hundred and twenty-eight
dollars.
and
mileage
of
Sniiators, (wo hundred and foi ty-sev-
ImnJrecl au.l lliiity
n-
dollurs oilicer charged with disburse-
uients of the Senate, four bundled and
eighty dollars chief clerk, two thou-
the oflice of the Secretary of the Sen*I For folding documents, including
ate, at two thousand one hundred and materials, thirty thousand dollars,
in
eight hundred aud and
fjfty.two dollars two ruesscn-
^»th one page, at five hundred
llonr.
I keeper, two thousand dollars Assist-
CHARLES CITY, FLOYD COUNTY, IOWA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 18G4.
mos8Ciiger to the Scrgrant-at-arrns,
onu thousand two hundred dollars
Postmaster, two thousand one hundred
and sixty dollars Assistant Postmas
ter, one thousaud seven hundred and
forty dollars four messengers, at
one thousand four hnndred and forty
dollars each two mail boys, at nine
hnndred dollars each captain of the
Oapitol police, eight hundred and aev-
lara superintendent of the folding
room, one thousand eight hundred
dollars two messengers, atonethon-
The contingent expenses of the
Ilonse of Representatives, vht:
For caitage, two thousand dollars.
For twenty-four copies of the Con
gressional Globe and Appendix for
i each member und delegate of the sec
ond legular session of the thirty
eighth Congress, and
For misccllaiMoaa
dred dollars cach seventeen mes- lion to the reporters of the House for
sengcis, at one. thousand two hundred the Congressional Globe for reporting
dollars each clerk or secretary to the I the proceedings of the House for the
President of the Senate, one thousand second regular session of the thiity
seven hundred and fifty-two dollars I eighth Congress, eight hundred dol
clcrk to the Committee on Finance, one
thousand eight hundred and fifty do!
lars Clerk to the Committee 011 Claims,
one thousand eight hundred and fifty
dollars clerk ou priutiug records,
one thousand eight hundred and fifty
dollars superintendent in charge of
one hundred
principal copies of the same for the House Li-
brary, twenty thousand dollars,
For fuel and lights, pay of engin-
of the Secretary of the Senate, cers, firemen, aud laborers, repairs,
materials, twelve thousand dol-
For furniture, repairs,
and
packing
boxes for members, twelve thousand
dollars.
For horses, carriages,
and
saddle
horses, seven thousand five hundred
dollars.
For
laborers, seven thousand dot*
lars.
items, forty thou­
sand dollars.
For newspapers, twelve thousaud
five hundred dollars.
For pages and temporary
mail
lars cach, four thousand dollars.
the
twenty-two
boys,
five thousand dollars.
For reporting and publishing pro*
ceedings in the lai!y tilobe, at seven
dollars aud tit'tv cents pur column,
eight thousand dollars.
For stationery, fifteen.thosaaud dol
lars.
For the usual additional compensa-
K'LLIC rWNTl.N'Q.
For fompeusation of the Superin
tendent of Public Printing, and the
clerks and messengers in his office,
nine thousand seven hnndred aud four
teen dollurs and sixty cents.
For contingent expenses of his
office, viz For stationery, postage,
advertising, furuiture, travelling ex
penses, horses aud wagons, and mis
cellaneous items, two thousaud dol
lars.
For the pnblic printing, including
the po8tofficc blanks, two hundred and
thirty-nine thousand ono hundred aud
eighty-seven dollars.
For paper for the public printing,
lour hundred and sixty-five thousaud
one huudrcd and seventy-eight dol
lars.
Clcrk of the House of Representatives,
three thousand six huudrcd dollars
chief clerk aud one assistant clerk, at
two thousand ono huudred aud sixty clerk,„bailifl, aud messenger thereof,
thirty-six Uiuus juid three hujadred dol
lars.
clerk to theSorgeant at arms,
Hyt. iuc thousaud eight bundled dollars suud dollui*.
For the pnblic binding, including
the Congressional Globe, two hun
dred and fifty-two thousand two hun
dred and seven dollars.
For lithographing and engraving
for the Senate and House of Repre
sentatives, fifty thousand dollars.
For mapping in cases pending in
the Supreme Court of the United
States,
five thousand dollars.
LimURY OF CONGRESS.
For compensation of librarian, three
assistant librarians, messenger, and
three laborers, tsn
thousand
five hun­
dred didlars.
For contingent expenses of said li
brary, two thousand dollars.
For purchase of books for said li
brary, five thousand dollars.
For purchase of law l»ook$ for said
library, two thousand dollars.
To enable the joint library commit
tee to purchase a complete file of se
lections, from European periodicals
from eighteen hundred a ad sixty-one
to eighteen hundred and aixty-four,
•biting to the rebelliou iu the United
.it.es, to be deposited in tho library,
four thousand dollars I'n-rid#!, That
no part of said sum shall bo expend
ed until tho entire collection, aud an
index thereto, is completed aud ap
proved by said committee.
COl'ttT OF CI^IMS.
For salaries of fivo judges of the
Court of Claims, the solicitor, assist
ant solicitor, clerk and assistant
For stationery, books, fuel, lights,
laborers' hire, and other coutiugent
and miscellaneous expenses, three
thousaud dollars.
For compensation of attorneys to
attend to taking testimony, witnes
ses, and
commissioners, one
thousand
dollars.
For paymeuts of judgments to
For compensation of the Vice Presi
dent of the United States, eight
thousand dollars.
For compensation
of
Secretary
sign patents for public lands,
thousand five hundred dollars.
For compensation to the
secretary, steward, and
the President o
four thousand s
t^Mittfor, two thousaud dollars.
DEPARTMENT
OF
STAT*.
For compensation of the Secretary „tes ond miscellaneous
of State and Assistant Secretary of
State, chief clerk, superintendent of
statistics, clerks, messenger, assist
ant messenger, and laborers in his
oflice. fifty-seven
thousand eight hnn
dred dollars.
KoR THE INCIDENTAL AND CONTINGENT
For proof-reading, and packing the
laws and documents for the various
legations and consulates, including
boxes and transportation of the same,
three thousand doll'trs.
For stati r:ery, furniture, fixtures,
and repairs, nine thousand dollars.
For miscellaneous items, two thou
sand dollars.
For enp^cr plate printing, books,
and maps, five thousand dollars.
For extra clerk hire aud copying,
ten thousand dollars.
XOCTIIEAST EXECLTIVS BtSUUXO.
For compensation of four watchmen
and two laborers of the northeast ex
ecutive building, three thousand six
hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses of said
build ing, viz for fuel, light, repairs,
and miscellaneous expenses, five thou
sand five hundred dollars. I
TREASURY DK1ARTME.NT.
For compensation of the Secretary mcnt
of the Treasury, two Assistant Secre
taries of the Treasury, chipf clerk,
cicrks, superintending architect, at a
salary of threo thousand dollars, as
sistant architect, at a salary of two
thousann dollars, messengers, assist
ant messenger, and laborers, one hun
dred and sixteen thousand four hun
dred dollars.
For compensation of tbe First Comp
troller, chief clerk, and (ho cicrks,
messenger, and laborers in his office,
forty-three thousand threo hundred
and forty dollars.
F'or compensation of tho Second
Comptroller, chief clerk, and the clerks,
messenger, assistant messenger, and
laborer in his office, one hundred and
ven thousand ono hundred and for
ty dollars.
For compensation of tho First Audi
tor, chief clerk, and the clerks, messen
ger, assistant messenger, aud laborer
in his office, forty-seven thousaud
nine hundred and forty dollars.
For compensation of tho Second
Auditor, chief clerk, and th.^ cicrks,
messenger, assistant ^engers,
ml laborers in his oflice, three hun
dred and thirty-seven thousaud three
hundred and forty dollars.
For compensation of Third Auditor,
chief clerk, and the clerks, messen
gers, assistant messengers, aud la
borers in his office, two hundred thou
sand one hundred and foity dollars.
For compensation of tho Fourth Au
ditor, chief clerk, and the clerks, mes
senger, and assistant messenger, aud
For compensation of the Fifth Au
ditor, chief clerk, aud the clerks, mes
senger, und laborer in his oflice, for
ty-seven thousaud eight hundred aud
forty dollars.
For compensation of the Auditor of
the Treasury for tho Post Office De
partment, aud the clerks, messenger,
assistant messenger, and laborers iu
his oflice, one hundred and eighty-two
thousaud seven huudred and lorty dol
lars.
For compensation of tlie Treasurer
of the United States, Assistant Treas
urer, cashier, assistant cashier, chiefs
of divisions, chief clerk, and the offi
cers, clerks, messengers, employees,
assistant messengers, aud laborers in
his office, one hnndred and seventy
thousaud three hundred aud forty dol
lars.
For compensation of
tbe
Register
of the Treasury, Assistant Register,
chief clerk, and tho clerks, niesseu
gers, assistant messenger, and labor
ers iu his oflice, ninety thousand
eight hundred aud forty dollars.
For compensation of the Solicitor of
the Treasury, chief clerk, and the
clerks ami messenger in .his officc,
eighteen
thousand three huudred and
forty dollars.
For compensation of tho Commis
sioner of customs, chief clerk, and the
clerks, messenger, ami laborer in his
officc, twenty-eight thousaud nine hun
dred aud ninety-three dollars and
eighty-nine cents.
For compensation of tho chief clerk,
clerks, messenger, and laborer of tho
Light-house Hoard, nine thousand two
hundred ami forty dollars.
For compensation of the Comptrol
ler of tho Currency, leputy Comptrol
ler, clerks, messenger, and laborer,
forty-threo thousand two huudred and
forty dollars.
CONTINGENT EXPENSES
be
Claims, previ
'um1, eighteen
w
three
huudred
EXECUTIVE.
For
compensation of
(of
the Cuitcd
the President
States, iweuty-five thou-
of
TBS TBKASUBY
DEPARTMENT.
In the oflice
of tho Secretary of
the Treasury
For copying, labor, binding, scaling
ships' registers, translating foreign
languages, advertising, and extra
clerk hire for preparing and collecting
infor nation to be laid before Congress,
und for miscellaneous^
thousaud dollars.
llUllllWIilfiUWIIil'lllU
items, thirty
ttiid
to
ouc
private
rard, and messenger of to such of them as lie shall see fit any! hundred dollars,
of tho I nited States, I compensation not exceeding that of For coni'iensr
iix hundred dollars. clerks of the first class, one hundred sioner of Public
For contingent expenses of the F.x- thousand dollars.
ecntive office, including stationery In the office
of tbe First Comptro!
ler
lor furnitnre, stationery, pnblic
documents, State and territorial stat-
troller
For stationery
KX-
1-KKSE3 OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATS.
For publishing the laws in pam
phlet form and in newspapers of the
States and Territories, and in the city
of Washington, seventeen thousand
one hundred and twenty-five dnllara.
In the
Office of tbe Commissioner of Cus
toms
For ••"lionery, miscellaneous items,
and office furuiture, one thousand dol
lars.
Light house Board
For stationery,
miscellaneous, ex
penses
and postage, six
lars.
Office of tlie Comptroller of tbe
Currency
For stationery, furniture, and mis
cellaneous items, six thousand dollars.
Foil THE GENERAL
For compensation of temporsry1 work, or by the day, week, month, or
clerks iu the Treasury Department: 'year, at such rato or rates as he may
Pavided, That the Secretary of the deem just and fair, not exceeding a
lressnry be, and he is hereby,
au-
thonzed in his discretion, to classify annum.
the cleiks authorized according to the For salary and travelling expenses
character of their services, or assign of a special agent, two thousand fivo
and
ars
miscellaneous
In tlie office of the Second Andi
tor
For stationery, officc furniture, and
miscellaneous items, including two of
the city newspapers, to bo filed and
preserved for the use of the office, and
for additional office furniture and sta
tionery, fifteen thousaud dollars.
In the office of the Third Auditor
For stationery, office furniture, car
peting, two newspapers, preserving
files and papers, bounty land service,
and miscellaneous itcuis, four thou
sand dollars.
items, including subscription to one
city newspaper, to be bound and pre
served for the use of the officc, one
thousand five hundred dollars. docurneuts, in pursuance of tho pro-
In the office of the K rst Anditor visions contained in the joint resolu
or stationery and miscellaneous! tiou of Congress, approved twenty
items, one thousand three hundred eighth January, eighteen hundred and
offico of the Fourth
Andi­
tor
For contingent expenses of the
office, ono thousaud five hundred dol
lars.
In the office of the Ffth Auditor
For stationery, postage, and mis
cellaneous expenses, in which are in
cluded two daily newspapers, one
thousand five hundred dollars.
In the oflice of the Auditor of the
Treasury for tho Tost UiSco Depart-
For furniture, carpeting, stationery,
labor, light, ice, and miscellaneous
items, three thousand dollars.
increase iple
tion of now rooms, five thousaud dol
lars.
In tbe officc of tho Register
For stationery, arranging and bind
ing cancelled marine papers, cases
for official papers and records, aud
miscellaneous items, including office
furniture, six thousand dollars.
Office of tike Solicitor
ITM-OSES
CAST
extern
laborer in his office, one hundred and men aud eleven laborers of the south
ten thousand fivo hundred und forty
dollars.
OF THE SOUTH-
VI BUILDING, IXCLCMSTO TBK
EXTENSION.
For compensation of twelve watch-
contmgcut expenses
buildiug, viz: for fuel, light, labor,
and miscellaneous items, fifty-six thou
sand eight huudred and ten dollars,
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
east executive building, thirttteu thou-i the Territory of Arizoua,
Bind eight hundred dollars. and the clerks in his office, seven tbou
For contingcut expenses of said
a
salary
of twelve hundred dollars per aunuui.
For compensation of the Commis
sioner of Indian Affairs, .chief clcrk,
and the cleiks, messenger, assistant
messenger, watchmen, and laborer in
his office, thirty-ono thousand nine
hundred and forty dollars.
For compensation of the Commis
sioner of Pensions, chief clerk, aud
tho clerks, messengers, assistant uies-
sengers, watchman, and laborers in
I 1 Aftil nllAAtt 1
his oflice, two hundred and fifteen
thousand three hundred aud forty dol
lurs.
For additional cleiks in the Pension
Bureau, during the remainder of tho
present fiscal year aud tho fiscal year
ending the thirtieth day of June,
eighteen hundred and sixty-live, the
sum of twenty-one thousaud dollars
/'rot tUed, That tbe Secretary of the
Interior, at his discretion, shall be
und is hereby authorised to use any
jportiou of said appioptialiou ivr piece tho cxpcuscs of suiltf
iiiiititliiii *um
PRICE, THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
salary of twelve hundred dollars per
nsation of tho Commis
ic Bnildings and
tho
clerk ami messenger in his officc,
thousand two hundred dollars.
cojrrixoEjrr
four
KXPEXSCS DRPARTMKJTT
or
1XTF.&IOB.
Office of
items,
thousand five hundred dollars.
In the Officc of tbe Second
the
one
Comp­
Secretary of the TntrrTor
For stationery, furniture, fuel, lights,
and other contingencies, and for books
and maps for tho library,
seven thou
sand dollars.
For casoal repairs of the Talent
Office building, three thousand dollars.
For expenses of packing ond dis
tributing congressional journals and
docurneuts, in
I fifty-seven, and act fifth February,
eighteen hundred aud fifty-nine, aix
thousand dollars.
For fuel and lights
for the
Office building,
lars.
Patent
fuurlecn thousand dol­
Office of Indian Affairs
Tor stationery, and miscellaneous
items, including two of the daily city
newspapers, to be filed, bouud, and
preserved for the
use
of
the
For stationery, engraving, and rc
touching plates for bounty laud war
rants, and binding the same, office
furniture, and repairing the same, and
miscellaneous items, includiug two
city daily newspapers, to be filed,
bound, and preserved for tho uso of
the office, twelve thousand dollars.
Office of
the Commissioner
KTitVETOKS
In the offico of the Treasurer
For contingcut expenses of the
offico, and to meet iucrease of expen-,
ditures mainly consequent upon the i ?!'ncr^^I of 1Uiegon, and the cle
of business and theTomple-!l!13
of
the
Treasury
For stationery, Tnbor, and miscella
neous items, and for statutes aud
re
ports, two thousand dollars.
of Public
Buildings
For stationery, plans, drawings,
and other contingent expenses of his
office, five hundred dollars.
Gr.XF.RAI,
AXD THE!* CUBKX.
For compensation of the surveyor
general of Wisconsin aud Iowa, and
the clerks in his office, seven thousand
six hundred aud twenty-one dollars.
For compensation of tho surveyor
clerks in
huu-
lh u8auj
«'*ht
idred dollars
For compensation of tho surveyor
general of California and Nevada, and
the clerks in his office, fifteen thousaud
five huudred dollars.
For compensation of tho surveyor
genera) of Washington Territory, and
the clerks in his office, eight thousand
eight hundred dollars.
For compensation of tho
surveyor
general of New Mexico, and the clerks
iu his
office,
For
huudred dol­
sant*
four thousaud dollars.
For compensation of translator in
the office of tho surveyor general of
New Mexico, five hundred dollars.
For compensation of the surveyor
general of Kansas and Nebraska, and
the clerks iu his office, teu thousaud
•dollars.
compensation of
the
dollars,
For compensation of tho Conreis- to be employed in transcribing field
sioner of the General Land Office, notes of surveyors, for the purpose of
I chief clerk, recorder, draughtsman, preserving them at the seat of
gov
assistant draughtsman, clerks, rues- ernment, ten thousand dollars,
setigers, assistant messengers, pack- For rent of surveyor general's ofli
ers, watchmen, aud laborers iu his ee:
11 Oregon, fuel, books, stationery,
office, one huudred aud seventy-five! and other incidental expenses, ioclu
thousaud four huudred and forty dul-!'!'"£ P»y of messenger, live hundred
lars. dollars.
surveyor
general of Minnesota, and the clerks
iu his oflice, tight thousaud three hun
dred dollars.
For compensation of tho surveyor
general of the Territories of Colorado
and Utah, and the clerks iu his office,
seven thousand dollars.
For compensation of the surveyor
general of the Territory of Dakoto,
and the clerks iu his officc, six thou
sand dollars.
For compensation of the surveyor
For compensation of the surveyor
general of the Territory of Idaho, aud
the clerks in his oliice, six thousaud
five hundred dollars.
For
compensation
For compensation of the Secretary
of the Interior, Assistant Secretary,
chief clerk, and the clerks, messenger,
assistant messengers, watchmen, and' offices of the surveyors general, to be
laborers in his office, forty-five thou- apportioned to them according to the
sand nine hundred dollars. exigencies of the public service, and
For compensation of additional! For rent of surveyor general's office
clerks in the General Land Office, un-j in California, luel, books, stationery,
der the act of third March, one thou-1 and other incidental expenses, iuclu-|
sand eight huudred and fifty-five, ding pay of messenger, six thousand
granting bounty land, and for labor-j dollars.
ers employed therein, fifty-eight thou- For office rent for the surveyor gen-|in
sand four huudred dollars Provided, eral of ashingtou lerritory, fuel,
That the Secretary of the Interior, at] books, stationery, and other iucideu
his discretion, shall be and he is here-1 tal expenses, one thousand six huu
by authorized to use any portion of
said appropriation for piccc work, or
by the day, week, month, or year, at
such rats or rates as he may deem
just and fair, not exceeding
drcd dollars.
For oflice rent of the surveyor gen
eral of lvsusas and Nebraska, fuel,
and incidental expenses, ouc thousand
five hundred dollars.
For rent of surveyor general's offi
ce in the Territory of Dakota, fuel,
books, stationery, aud other incidental
expenses, five hundred dollars.
For rent of surveyor general's offi
cc in the Territory of Arizona, fuel,
books, stationery, and other incidental
expenses, three thousand dollars.
tu
For rent of surveyor general's offi­|messenger,
ce in tho Territory of Idaho, fuel,
books, stationery, and other inciden
yxpgnggg three thousaud dollars
KXl'K?.KS or OH U W of
TUB
.NITF.U -TATKS.
For defraying the expenses of the
Supreme, circuit, and district courts
of tho Uuitcd States, including the
District of Columbia also, for
jur
ors and witnesses, in aid of tho funds
arising fro:u fiues, penalties, aud for
feitures incurred iu the fiscal year
ending Juno thirtieth, eighteen hun
dred aud sixty-five, and previous
years and likewise for defraying
in
NUMBER 36.
United States are concerncd, and o
prosecutions for offences committed
against the United States, and for tho
safe-keeping^ of prisoners, fivo bun*
died thousand dollars.
WAS DEPARTMKXT.
For compensation of tho flggftary
of War, Assistant Secretaries of War,
Solicitor, chief clerk, and the cicrks,
messenger, assistant messengers, and
laborer in hisoffico, sixty-six thousaud
three hundred and eighty dollars.
For compensation of the clerks and
messengers in tho offico of tho Adju
tant General, two hundred and twen
ty-three thousand nine hundred and
twenty dollars.
F'or compensation of the cler1a%
messengers, and laborers, in tho
offico of the Quartermaster General,
threo hundred and ninety thousaud ono
hundred and sixty dollars.
For compensation of the clerks an«l
messengers in the office of tho Pay
master General, two hundred and fifty
five thousand two hundred dollars.
For compensation of tho cicrks,
messenger, and laborers in tho oflico
of tho Commissary General, eighty
five
thousand six hundred nnd forty
dollars.
For componsation of
office,
four thousand dollars.
Office of the Commissionsr of Pen
sions
tbe
messscngcrs, and laborer in
eTcrks,
the
offico
of tho Surgeon General, forty-threo
thousand eight hundred and forty dol
lars.
For compensation of the clerks,
messengers, and laborer in tho offico
of the Chief Kngiuecr, twenty-eight
thousand eight
hundred and
eighty-
dollars.
For compensation of tho clerks and
messenger in the officc of the Colonel
of Ordnance, one hundred and scvcuty
two thousand and forty dollars.
CONTINENT EXRRXSES OF TI1E WAR DCPAUT1UBT.
Office of the Secretary of War
For stationery, labor, books, maps,
extra clerk hire, and miscellaneous
items, twenty thousand dollars.
Office of tho Adjutant Geneaal:
For stationery, und miscellaneous
items, fifteen thousand dollars.
Office of tho Quartermaster General
For stationery and miscellaneous
items, fifteen thousand dollars.
Office of the Paymaster Genetftl
For stationery and miscellancollB
items, six thousand dollars.
Offico of the Commissury General:
For stationery, rent of office ami
hire of watchmen, aud miscellancoua
items, fifteen thousaud dollars.
Offico of the Chief Engineer
For stationery and miscellaneous
items, three thousaud
fivo
huudrcd
dollars.
Office of the Surgeon General:
Fur stationery and miscellaneous
items, includiug
reutof office, ten thou
sand dollars.
Office of the Colonel of Ordnance,
k'or stationery ami miscellaneous
items, seven thousaud five hundred
dollars.
ro* nie
GEXOMX.
FCBPOMM OF
cor.XEll
of recorder of
land titles in Missouri,
fivo
hundred
dollars.
For compensation of clerks in tho
TUC SOUTH WOT
KXKCL TIVK
Ul
TL.UIXO.
For compensation of superintendent,
four watchmen, and two laborers of
the northwest executivo building,
three thousand eight hundred and fifty
dollars.
For labor, fuel, light, and miscella
neous items, twenty thousand dollars.
roa
TIM
v
IN
r.
it
AT, PVIUVSES
or
THE BIILDIXQ
COUXEK Ol' 1
AND hl:\'EVrI'.KNTII STUKCTB.
For compensation of superintend
ent, four wutchmen, aud two laborers
for said building, threo thousand eight
hundred and fifty dollars.
For fuel, compensation of
and
firemen,
miscellaneous items, six thousand
dollars.
IO*
THE OKXKHAL ITUPOSES OF THE KCILDIKO
OE AND FIFTEENTH
STltEETS.
For superintendent, watchmen,
fuel, lights, aud miscellaneous
fifteen thousand dollars.
For compensation
I
root,
items,
SAM DEPARTMENT.
For compensation of the Secretary
or the Navy, Assistant Secretary of
the Navy, chief clerk, aud the clerks,
mcsscuger, assistant messenger, aud
laborers in his office, forty-seven thou
sand four huudred dollars.
For compensation of tho Chief of
the Bureau of Navy Yards and Ducks,
and tho civil engineer, chief clcrk,
clerks, messenger, and laborers in his
officc, nineteen thousaud two hundred
aud forty dollars.
of tho Chief of
the Bureau of Equipment and
Recruit­
ing, chief clerk, and the clerks, mea
i senger, and laborer iu his oflice, ten
thousaud seven huudred aud forty dol
lars.
For compensation of the Chief of
the Bureau of Navigation, chief clerk,
jand tho clerks, messenger, and laborer
his office,
uiue
thousaud
eight hun­
dred and forty dollars.
For compensation of the Chief of tho
liurcau of Ordnance, and tho assis
I taut, chief cleik, cleiks draughtsman,
1 messenger, aud laborers in his office,
seventeen thousaud two huudred aud
tweuty dollars.
For compensation of the Chief of
1 the Bureau of Construction and Re
I pair, chief clerk, aud tho clerks,
draughtsman, messenger, and laborer
iu his officc, sixteen thousand threo
huudred aud forty dollars.
1 For compensation of tho Chief of th«
Bureau of Steam Engineering, chief
clerk, and the clerks, draughtsmen,
aud laborer in his office,
ten thousaud seven huudred and fort/
dollars.
For compensation of the Chief of
the Bureau of Provisions aud Clothing,
chief cicik, aud thu clerks, messenger,
and laborer, eighteen thousaud scveil
hundred and forty dollars.
For compensation of the Chief of
the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery,
assistant, and the clerks, messenger,
aud laborer in his office, ten thousand
fivo hundred and forty dollars.
CONTINOKNT KXL'KXBE* OL
which tho
Tilt.
NAVY DKFARTIUSY#
Offico Secretary of tho Navy
For stationery, labor, uewspapcrn.
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