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4v MP- 5JJ. "-"4r..ai3ia5w. tfc '. a Li -JBT AUTHORITY. tTNTTED STATES. r-.. ,, . , f Public, Xti.54 AN ACT making appropriations for tuet cuiAntaml eontln. cetit' tribute, ht inr Indian tfepatlmerii. sriit 'Tor fulOltln; treaty stipulations with various Indian IrilHis, lortlwyear endlar; Jane thirtieth, one -tlianlMDJ el'ht handred and fifty five, ami ior oilier purp.wei. Be it enalttei y r ht Senate and Home Refreeenentiret f .jcujtt4Statcaof Jatnea tn L'ofptttt mrirmtiea, Jliltl "IheTCnlttttTnt. Miin.. l. ntnl Itttti- orn hereby, hi nrnttrlatetl. 'oulcf ifnv m" net in tha treafurvjiot otherwise annmnrlatcd. i-ytthitufjr lhd inrpo)e rf tnofurrehl and ciintlngrnl expen- mw.ves orthe Indjn.lepmment,and fulfil'.iuj treaty stipulations avsiakk iin inevariouajnuiaiitritoi, -t ff-Bf vF-ir toe enrreal'itDd-mtlnccnt expenses of the ludlande ti.tiuittmelit.r1r. Fur ma pay of wiwrlotcndeqH of Indian affair?, perat-U , "i ui tttiueijf ninu Dimurca aoa nny.iweniy-tevciitn r cit raary, ciKruetTOBundiedanarmy-one.amllhlrcl March, eteti lern Hundred and Uftr-two. tttrlve llimiMnd five limitft-ec doIIsrttTiovidfy. That Iha'-pitsldent may. frun time .to .1..... t 1.1 . Jt - ..... . . , .. .... . . fii3,iu uib uitcrriiBD, roiuove or cnange me location 01 q otthvaoperlotendeiiclM now'or hereafter to If esl&MUl bv lasr; Forthe pay of tbe several Indian agentt, per ncli of fl'th uu, cigtiteea uauarea ana Xltty, ana meait-icseuiu raarr, eighteen hundr&d and flftv-oiie. ihlrls-four thousand ssvtn handred ahd'flfry dbllari, tor pay of three Indlan'sUb azrnt! tor Cllforau, at an annncl snlary of arias n haitJrnl dollar each, four thotuand five hundred dollar,- . Tor pay of four indian tub-ajeiitstn Oregon Tejritorr.at na Er.uuui s ilirv.ol oueliiousanuuoiiarieacu.iuui tuvu.a.iu udlirs; . . For pay r.rtwa TaJlsn uljj.aeftiU In .IVaihlnglon Territo ry, at an annual salary ci rine"thoand dollars each, two immuncl dniurcr For r,r of throe Indian arenls In "Washington Territory-, for U uiouibi. ending- June thirtieth, cighloen hundred and fiffv-four. two thnataaJ lo hundred nd fifty dollars: Pr pay of tso-IntlUii aub.ageouia WaahinstonTarrttorv, I3r six wonm-sentiing June uunieia, eicaieen nunurea ana r.fiy-foar, one Jiiousai.il dollar; i'or salaries, of sit agents, authorized bv Ibis act. at the rate of fifteen hundred dollars per annum each, the turn of nine moosana uouars; For tl e pay of intetprrtan, per act! of tho thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, and lenty-cvenlh Feb ruary, elEhteen hundred and flitj-one, twenty-eight thou; .iuupiiira; 'forpayot six interpreter! forthe Indian tri'.es In Vath Sirton renitorr.tlifee thousuLd dolla a: For psv of six interpreters for the Indian trl es In War h- ngiou ler-itory, lor nx mouilis ending J uie thirtieth, '.itleen buudrrd and fifty four, one thousaud lire hundred iioitar?, . Far the car ff clerk to auDerlnlendcnt &t St. Iritis'. Wis ' bafl, per Bet of tuiity.eMU june,eigbtecn hundred and tsrtpltx.'onethnu&r.drrohubdred dollars: Foriliepayof ciertto superintendent in California, per &ei ot iuiriiiurcn, eigmeen nuudred and arty iwo,twouiuu and fire handred dollars; For presithUto Indians, are thousand uollari; For provision ft Indiana, eleven tnou-anileigtt hundred dollars; rorl.uaJliijyatttgeuclcjand repairs thereof, ten thousand .lr,Uis, - ForerMtrRtC hnlMinfrs for Indian a'cr.ti la "Washington -Territory, Ova tliou-snil dollars; ?.- t. Fi-r. cnutBgencIea of the Indian department, thirty-six thousand fli o hundred dollars; For th.-rtt-appropriation for expenses of the rttmoval of , me iiauwba inuiaiisio lueuestot me Mtsiissippl river, and . '. tit settling and subsisting them one j ear In their new homes, -provided that a home thall first be obtained for them, and IhatthHi-shall bo removed only with their own consent, Ave thoOjaiWldllar !- , ... ; sw i f 'TWrni: ciimsTfAN in'dians. . , - - .lFor pirmaaent annuity, stipulated In the acts of May " "tVenty-slxth, eighteen hundred and mculy four, and -May , vliUfntieib, iltiicon hnitdred and twenty six, four hundred dollars. - TOTIlE flliri'EWActOFSAGAXAW. F.riniianeBt annuity, stlpiiUled In the fourth article of IT H" Iff ty f third 6r August, seventeen hundred and ninety. 4 Bve, cue thuutand dollars; -F..r irnuMicntsunuiiy, stipulated in the second article of . IfJeteat) ff seifntreuth -November, eighteen hundred and -Tvoii, eihl hundred dollars; Fur permanent annuity, stipulated In the fourth articlo of theireaty otlnuiiiy-lounh ot beplember, eighteen hundred 'and Hintt!en, one thousand dol ars; For p-rinaiunt provisions for the support of blacksmiths, aiid forlurmut utensils and caltle,and for the employment .f person to aid them tn agriculture, stipulated in the eighth tirucle of I'm treaty rttie tweuly. fourth of tfeptemser, eighteen hundred and nineteen, and the tevenlh article of the treaty of iourteentli of January', vighteen hundred and ihlrt)-even, tttolhousand dollats; For education during the pleasure of Congress, stipulated la the syk.h atticle of the treaty of the filth of Auguet, eijh " ti-en hundred ttudtnenty-ix, one thousand dollar.-. JH1I'PKVR, -MtsNO.MOXri'.-', WJXXEBAOOES, AX1J XEW YORK INDIANS, r.ueilu.sl-ondurlncthe pleasure of Congress, stipulated tuiheSfih article of the treaty of the eleventh of August, rij.-l.tmn hnndre.1 and 'wenty-iaven, one thousand five linn ilred dollit. CIIOCTAWS. lr (ximanent annntty, stipulated in the second article or the trctty of sixteenth of November, et;hteeu hundred and jure, three thousshd Uollars; For ).eimneu: tiiniHtty, for'support of lleht horseman, fciipulswd in the thirteenth article 1 the treaty of the eigb, leenth of OLtober, eighteen hundred and tv enty, six hundred doll&'s; ror permanent provHhm for education, stipulated tn the 2SKHU article of the treaty oriwentielh of January, eighteen hundred and twenty-live, six thousand dollars; -..;.-- ' For perma.ienl proviioa for blacksmith, stipulated In the sixth article of tho treaty of eighteenth of October,righteen ' - hundred and tventy, and the ninth article of the treaty of lo'tmleih ot January, ilfhteeu hundred aud twenty tlveislx " handred dollars; ' For permanent provls'on for Iron and steel for shop, stipu. .lalediu the ninth artldeof thetreatj oftMentieth January, txghteenhundrvd i.:A tcnt tlve, three huudred and twenty ilstlars. ' 4 4L; 5 ? - 1 CHICKASAWS. i tpfcrpaynfent to the CLicl;aiaw nation In full of the ex- rea;es of their commisnoners In negotiating the treaty of junotjfenty-ecojid, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, as slip ulcted'ln the ninth atticle of said treaty, onti thousand Ht a htindred do-liars; For permanent annuity, stipulated in the act or the twen. ty.-afth of Februarf , seventeen hundred and iilnety-ulne, - ILree tb iu'Dd dollars. CHiFPEWAS tF L KE Sl'PEKIOR AND THE MISSIS SIPPI. ' - Furelr.hteenthof tnenty iustalmenrs In money, stipulated lathe 8sond article of ton treity of the twenty-ninth of July, eighteen hund'el and mlily-scrcn, nine thousand five hundred dollars, Fur eighteenth of twenty instalments in goods, stipulated is lbs kn-dond article of iLe treaty or the twenty-ninth of Joly, eighteen hundred acdthlrty seven, nineteen thousand dollar"; For etghleenth of twenty instalscats for the e.tabllshment of three ainlths ahi.ps, sapportin; three s-nlib,and furnish ing Iron and stoel, stipulated In the second article of the ' treaty of tbe twenty ninth of July, eighteen hundred aud Xb'.it) -seven, three thousenu do.Iars; "or eight jviith eft .vomy instalments for the support of tfameri, puril.ase of impleinenls, grain Hod seed, and to carry uathLir agricultural pursuits, Ipulaiedintbe second article al Ihe treity ol tba twsaty ninth of July, eighteen huudred ini thirty-seven, one thousand dollars; For slghuei-th of tenty Instalments for the purchase of prorltluh., stipulated in the second article of the treaty of tbe iwecrj -ninth of July,ei(fbteen hundred and thinj-se en. ttre tboasand dollars; - Perelsi.ieenth of twenty instalments forthe purchase of , tatoccs, stipulated In tne ieco:iJ urticlo of tbe treaty of the I7eiit)-iiiuth Julr, e'ihteen hundred and thirty -set en, live -. - hundreddo lars; 'Fr thirteenth ot twenly.2velnstslments in money, stipu - l;ted in the fourth article of tne treaty of the fourth of Octo-1is-, eighteen huudred and forty-two, twelve thousaud lite hundred Jallara; For thirteenth of twesty-2ve instalments In goods, stipu Utedin the fojrthsrtlLle of the treaty of tho fourth of Octo ber, eighteen hundred and fort) -tho, ten thousaud Ave hun dred JollRrs For thirteenth or twenty five instalments for the support ' of to smiths shops, including thepayoftwo smiths, and ; Kssist&us, and lurrushtng lion and sue), stipulated In tbe fcanh trt.cleof the treat) of the fourth of Or tobtr, eighteen hundred and forty -nvo, ti.o thausand dollars; For thirteenth i.f tweniy-ave inxtalments for the pay of ' ttva farmer j. "-tipulnt- d In the fourth article of the treaty of ' 1 tbefoiinhnf October, olghteen huudred and forty-two, one - thannuddnllar; For thirteenth of tu out y-flte instalments for the payof , u'Ocfirpeutri;, stipulated m the fourth article of the treaty .f this fourth ot Ortober, eigbtc-en hundrsJ and forty-two, onAtheusanu ttto hundred dollars, Forihirleenlh of twenty-fire lnstalmects for Ihesupportcf schools, stipulatud in thofouitb atticle of the treat) of the ' toarth orOctooer, wijhtaeu hundred aud forty-two, two thou sard didlars; v Frtbirteei.tho- twenty hie lnctalraenKlortlie purchase o provisions and tooacco. stipuiateu in me lourtn article ol tne SlfeStfVjrthe tiMirti, ot October, eighteen hundred and forty 'twerrtwo tnousauo uonars COMANCHhft, KIOW AS, AND APACHES, OF THE AR ItNbA.s KIVEK. Ttor first ol tsn tustalinents for the purchase of goods, jrsviii.,&uJ trricultursl irnplementt, stipulatd ,in the lltth article ofthe treaty ol the lenty-evpnih ofJuly,ei;b len haadredu'iiJ lid) threo, eighteen thousand dollars: FfXv?nses ofthe tran-ortaUn or the first or ten iustat nrsnttii tnod". provisions and ttgricultural Implements, 'stipulated In llie sixth article of (lie treaty of tbe twenty- seventh of July, eighteen buitdredantl fifty-three, five thou- J sanddollars: Provided, That the goods, provisions, aud agrl- i .cultural Impleiitents tthl.h may be purchased and trans- Jiorled out of in, me) t herrl-t appropriated, aball not be de Ivcred lli.l)l tbessltl trit-ea of luiiiaiit shall hate assented to the amendments of the Seuate ottbernitrd .States to the said treaty, nstfoant ot' which ihe; are procured. DF.I.A WARES. Tor tticexpena.. ol urte)inj the lauds, as provided in theMtitd article of the treat; of the aitta of May, eighteen hundred and rlity-fitur. cleten thoiisanil one hundred aud -forty-six dollars and idnety-tlve cents. .. Forthe drstof eight tual liirtalmeuts for pajmentof five chiets.por third and -Ixlli articles of the treaty or the sixth fir May, eighteen hundrcdand tlf.y. four, one thousand two i.undfed end llliy dollars. "For tbe flist ol itto iiittnliueDls per fourth articlo ofthe trtvof the sixth of May.eighleeu hundred and fldy-four, seventy-four thousand dollars. fJsrthe rmrehijeof foursectlonsor land for the Christian Indian, per thirteenth article of the treaty of tbe sixth of Ulsy, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, six thousand four hun d;ed dollar. ror payment, under the direction of tbe President of the Vailed State., the sum ol one thousand sixhundred dollars: Provided. Thai tbe said Christian Indians slitll release the t'nltsd Mats, from .ill claims orderuauds for land or mouey ktlslng under the third nnd fourth articles oT tbe agreement - if tbe" eighth of November, eighteen hundred and twentt Jiiree.made with ald Indians, the payments ot six thousand . .. loar hunlred dttllar and one thousend six hundred dollars, - ,u-t abate pro v ided. u-in tn lieu thereof, andin full comidc ration ot the same IOWAS. , 5"jr llif - of -urteyingHs provided In the third ar- tRlo of tne treaty . r the tetenteenlh of Ja. eighteen hun tlredand riny-foui. n.e th,.asand nine hundred and elghlt. " seven dollars and t entt e ,i. ' Forthe payrr.-m o a 'port on of theonehun.lred and flfiy .seven tnewsand hie hundred dollars due the lowas under . Ihe second clause of tho teon id article ot the treaty of the . i.tceteeBth ot October, elchteen hundred mid thirtv-eieht lo bapp.5edasRnagr cult, ral fund, p ninth article of ihe treaty or tbseteut.e.t h,.f Mat, eighteen hundred and Uf-jy-foor,f.fiytboaai.d dollars ProrlJod, That the aititro. prlailouhereutmadf 'fortHteretnn our hundred and hf 'ty.-oren tbon-nud five hundred dollars, at fl,B ,,,, centum . tipuiateu in tne seLono itriirie ot the treat; ofthe nine i teenth of October, olghteen ti and red and thirty -eight" be 1 reduced to the sum of five thousand three hundred and -ev caty-fivo dollars. For the payinuut in constderatl6n of removal to their rs er ! --ration, and ofareleaHt of all claims pertttelftb aillle , t ' the treaty of the eteattenlb of Ma), eighteen hundred and fifty-four, Hvethou-and dollar. KICKAFOOfi. For the expenses of sele-cHug the. re-ervation provided to the first article or the treaty or the eighteenth or May, eljh . teen hundred and fifty four, and for surveying and marklug the exterior lines nf the same, one thousand dollars. Tar the firstinstslinents or Interests at fire per centum on one hundred thousaud dollars ror education, per second ar ticle of the treat) of tbe eighteenth of May, eighteen hun ' died and fifty-four. Are thousand dollars. Tor the payment nf tbls sum r.s tha first Instalment in mo nev, per second article ol the treaty of the eighteenth or Ma'y. eighteen hundred and fifty-four, twenty-Sire thousand dollars. ror the ravtr.cn t tar Improvements and Ihe expenses of appraising tbe same on the land ceded, per fourth article of the treaty of the eighteenth of May, eighteen hundred and .-- srtv-roar, nitecn tnoassna uouars. For removal and subsistence and In consideration of a te illeajc of all claim; per eighth article of the treaty of the eigh jrt jneenth cr May, eighteen hundred and flTty-fuur, twenty- .thvssasd dollars. ' SACS AND FOXES OF MISSOURI. For expenses of selecting the reservation proTided for In 1 . 1 j the first article of the treaty of the eighteenth of May, etgh j teen hundred and flP.y-rour, and for surveying and marking . the exterior lloesof tliexame, five hundaed dollars; i- foi the first Of-foarinttalmeiils pef second article of the ' ; treaty of the eighteenth of May, eighteen hundred and flfty : four,fifteen thousand dollars; . , , Forremnrni n.i hat,t-nea and in satisfaction of all claims and demandt, per sixth articlo of the treaty, or the elghfen'h of May, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, fire thousand dollars: ., " 1 T For defrajtingtheexpeniesofthe Creek delrgatlon now in the citv of Washington, and with whom a treaty has lately beeneoocluded, one thousandone l-uudred.add nlnety-uinc dollars aad finyfive cents. CREEKS. For permanent annuity, stipulated In the fourth article of the treatv of the seventh of August sevmteen hundred ahd r.lr.urv ..nrtlmnsind are Iiunaici uouars i For permanent annuity, stipulated In the second article of the treaty of the rixteentb of June, eighteen hundred and lwo.lhreethousanddollars? Forparmaneut annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treat; oHhe twenly.lourth of January, eighteen liuu. drfd aud'tweDty-sIt. twenty thousand dollars ; rorpermanent provision for blacksmith and assistant, stipulated In the eighth article of the treaty f the twenlj fourth of January, eighteen hundred md twenty.slx, eight, hundred aud forty dollars ; For psrnianeiilpriiTl.lon far Iron aud steel for shops, stip ulatediu the eighth article of tbe treaty of the twenty-fourth of January, eighteen liunJred and twentv-fix.uvo hundred and seventy dollars ; Fir eighteenth or twenty In(almeuts for tho pav of two blacksmiths and assistants, stipulated In tar thirteenth arti cle or the treatv of tlm iwrmv-fnnrih or March, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, one thousand sixhundred and eigh ty dollars ; For eiirhtppnfti r.r furnv in.i.in....(. e.-mn &tl f.ir shops, stipulated in the thirteenth article t f the treaty of the twenty roe r tho- March, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, five hundred and forty dollars; For permanent provision forthe rav or a wheelwright, stipulated in tbe eighth ar icleof the treaty of the tweut; founhof January, vighleeu hundred and twii.ty-six, six huudred dollars; Fortwenty.fourth of thint-threo Instalments for educa. Hon. stipulated in tbe thirteenth article uf the treaty or the' twenty-fourth of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirtt-two. and fourth urti(trt nr ttit. tri'Stv ff the fourth of January, eighteen hundred and forty-file, threo thousand dollars ; Purtuterrst on three hundred and fir.y thousand dollars, at five Par centum, simulated In the third artlt-It-( f the trea ty of the twenty-third of N'stember, eighteen huudrod and tbirtyeight, seventeen thousand Dili lnii.il red dollars; For leventli of twentv ins.aliuflnts for education, simula ted In the fourth article of the treaty of the ronrth of Janu ary, eighteen hundred and forty-five, three thousaud dol lars ; For blacksmith and assistant duilng the pleasure of the President, stlnulated In the fifth article of the treatv of the fourteenth of Febrnarv. eWhteen hundred and lhlrir-ibree. eight hundred dollars; . Por Iron audited for shop, during tbe pleasure of the President, stipulated In the firth article or the treaty of the fourteenth of February, eighteen hundred and ililrtr-three, two hundred and seventy dollars; For waf on maker diirinp-thA nlp.imire nf the President. stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty of the fourteenth of Tebruary, eighteen hundred and tlilrty-lhree, six hundred dollars; rorogricmiural Implements, during the pleasure ot tne President, stipulated in the eighth article of the treaty oft he t enty-fourth of January,elghteen hundred and twenly-tix, to thousand dollars; r or cuiicanon, during I lie pleaure of the I'residrnt, stipu lated in the fif'h article ol the treaty of the fourteenth of Februory. eiznteen hundred .11 d lhlrtv-lhree. one thousand dollars; rorlae expense of running and marking the eastern boundary line of the Creek country west tif the Arkansas, eight thousand dollars. UKLAWARES. For permancnlannuitt. stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the third or August, soventeen huudred aud ninety-five, one thousand dollars ; For iiermanent aiinuilv. stinulated in the third article of tbe treaty or the thirtieth of AepUuibor, eighteen hundred and nine, tire hundred dollars ; ror permanent annuity, sllpnlalrit in ihe tilth article or the treaty of the third ol October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, four thousand dollars ; For permanent annuity, stipulated in the supplemental treaty of thctwenty-fourth ot (September, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, one thousand duliure; For life annuity to chiefs, stipulated In the private artiile of supplemcnlaltrety ol the twenty-fourth ot September, elghteuubundrodand twenty. nil e to tbe treaty of-tho third or October, eighteen huudred and eightee.-., lno hundred dollars; For life annuity to chief. tipulated In the 'upplemcutal article to tho treaty of the tei,ty-:iv h of October, eighteen hundred and tbirty-twu, one hundred dollars; For permanent provlsiou lor blacksmith and a.-i-tant, tinulated in the sixth article of tlio treaty cf the third ot October, eighteen huudred and etgbtoen, 'even hundred and twenty dollars ; For permanent provision for ir.'li and steel for shop. slipulateJ in the s xth article or tliu treaty of the third of October.i:bteii hundred and etgnlurii, tao handled and twenty dollars ; r or interest on lonj-sixiauanu auco-gniy uollars atnve iter ceotuiti.hclnr tho value ot thiriv-sisectioiis ot laud set apart by treaty of eighteen hundrel and twenty nine, foreducation, stipulated in resolution if the Senate of the nineteenth of January, eighteen hundred and thirty-el;ht, wo mousana inrcc uunuruo auu iour uoiiart. FLORIDA IXUlANS,OK SKMIXOI.ES. For eleventh of fifteen instalments in coods. stipulated in the sixth article of tho treaty of the four.h of Jaituarr. eighteen hundred and forty-fire, too thou tand dollars: tor eleventh of fifteen Instalment in unmet .stipulated in the sixth article of the treaiy or the tt'Jilh ol January, eighteen hundred and fori -live, and fourth article of the treaty of the ninth nf May, ono thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, three thousand dollars. IOWAS. For Interest on one hundred and ftfu -seven thousand fire hundred dollars. at live perceuliini, tipulatet1 In the second articlo of tbe treaty of ine nlnet tenth of Octottar. t iKhteeu undred and thirlt-eUh' , seteu thousand ei'hl hundred and tn enty-lit e dollais. K .VSAS. For intwrest on two hnitdred thousand d.tl'are at live ter centum, stipulated in tbe second article of the treaiy of the fourteonth of January, eighteen bui.drcd and U.rty six, ten thousand Jollars. Ml AMIES. Fo'permanent annuity stipulated in tho fourth article of thetrei-lyof theiweuty-ihirdoi October, eighteen hundred and tttenty-sli, twenlt'-fivo tliuusand dollars ; For permanent provision for blacksmith and asiitanl, stipulated in the dflh article of lit treaty of th sixth or October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, seteu hundred and twenty dollars : For permanent prniion for iron and steel for 'hop, stipu lated in the fifth article or the treaty of the mi h or Octo ber, eighteen hutidredatid eighteen, two liiiudreuand twen ty dollars. For pjrmanent provision for pay of in Her in 'ieu olgun smith, stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty ol Die nxlh nf October, elghtieii hundred add eiflttnu, und the It. Hi ar ticle of Ihe treaty or thetweut) -fourth of Oct tber. eijhteen hundred and th'rty four,siv hundred dollars : For fourteenth of ttteuiy instalments in luoitot, stipulated in the second article of the treat) or the tteM)-t-i;!tlh or November, eighteen liuudretiaitd r.irty ,ttelteihttusaiid rite hundred dollars; Forperinaiienlprotisionrorpayiiieiit in lieu of laborers, stipulated in Ihe siith ar irle of ihe treat) it iheitteity eightb of Norember, eighteen hundred and fort), two hun drodand flfiv dollars; Forpermanen provision for airit-ultura1 at-i-tanco, stip ulatedin the fifth article or thetreatv of ihe sixth of October, eighteen hundred and eighteen, two hundred dollars. r.KI, RIVERS, (Miamles ) Tor permanent anitiiiiy, stipulated lu the fourth ait'cleo the treaty of the third ot August, seventeen lit,itdred and ninety-fire, five hundred doliar; For prmnpntanuittty, stipulated In the third article of the treaty of the twenty first of Angut, eighteen hundred and five, two hundred 'and fifty dollars; For permanent annuity, stipulated in the third article of the treaty or the thirtieth of .September, eighteen hundred and nine, three huiidreu and filly dollars. MENO MONIES. For nineteenth of twenty instalments as sunnily , in money, stipulated In ihe second article of tt e ireaiy or the third or September,elghteeu hutidredatid thirty six, ittenty thou sand dollars; For nineteenth of twenty Instalment ror t jro hUcksmllhs and aa-istanta. stipulated in lite second article of tbe treaiy of tbe third of ttepletuber, eighteen httnt.red and thlrtv-aix, one thousand four hundred and fort) dollars; For nineteenth ol twenty instalments for Iron and steel for shop, stipulated in llie second article ot the treaty of the third of .-epiciober, eighteen hundred and thirty six, lour hundred and forty dollars. For nineteenth of twenty instalments for the purchase of provisions, stipulated in the second article or the treaiy or tho third of feptember, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, three thousand dollars; For nineteenth of twenty innalmenls for the purchase of tw o tboii-tand pound or tobacco, stipulated in the second ar ticle or the treaty or the third ot September, eighteen hun dred and thirty-six, four hundred dollars: Forthe nineteenth of twenty instalments for fanning utensils and rattle, stipulated In the second articlo ol the treaty of the third of .September, eighteen hundred and thirlt-slx, five hundred dollar?; For nineteetb of twenty Instalments for thirty barrels of salt, stipulated in the second article of the treaty ol the third of September, eighteen huudred and thirty six, one huu dred and fifty dollars: For third of iifieeu instalments for pay or miller, stipu lated in the fourth article ot Ihe treaty of the eighteenth of October, eighteen hundred aud rorty-eight, six huiidrsd dollars. XAVAJOS. For fultlllng treaty stipulation with the Navajos, pursu ant to the requirements of tho tenth article of Hie treaty of September ninth, eighteen hundred and tony-nine, five thousand dollars. OMAIIAS. Vrtr t.1..r.t-an,l h ,.,i.r,nt. ftitrin IliA r.teavtirp nf the President, stipulated In Ihe fourth article ot the treaty of 1 the filteeiitb of July, eighteen hundred aud thirty, seven I hundred and twenty dollars; For iron ond steel for shops, duriog the pleasure ofthe i President, stipulated in the tourth article ofthe trea'y ofthe fifteenth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty, two huudred j aud twenty dollars; For fullllll- s tbattipu a lions contained in the tilth article of the treaiy ofthe sixteenth t,f March, eighteen hundred and ATty-lour ror t) -ono ibousaud dollars; For survey lag and marking the boundary or the reserva tion or land 'stipulated in the first arliclr of the treaty of the sixteenth of March, eighteen hundred and fifty-lonr, one thousand ttto hundred dollars. OTfOES AND MISSOURIAS. For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure ofthe President, stipulated in the fourth articlo ofthe treaty of the fifteenth ol Jul), eighteen hundred and thirty, seveu hundred aud twenty dollars; For iron and sleel for shop, during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in Ihe lourth article of the treat) of Ihe fifteenth or Jul), eighteen hundred and thirty , ttto hundred andtwenl)-dnl!ur, For fulnllingttieslipulat'on contained In tbe fifth article of tbe trraty ofthe filteenlh of Marrh, eiguieeu hundred and fifty-four, ttt enty thouaud dollars; Forsuivettiignnd marking tho boundary of the reserva I ion of laud'stipulated in thoflrsl articlo ol Ihe Ireult ofthe flileeuth of Mirch, eighteen hundred and filtylour, eight hundred dollars. oitowas. For permanent annuity, s lpulated in the fourth articlo of the treutyof the third tir August, seietil.fii huudrtd and nlnetv-flve, one thousand dollars: For" trrmaneut annuity, stipulated in the teond article ol the treaty of the ttiiteenl'i ' November, ouhte.-ii hun dred and seven, eight hundred do'lars; For permanent annul y,iiuulated in the fourth article or the treaty or the soveuieentb or hept'inher, eighteen bun dred and eighteen, one thousand d.o dollars. P .-n.tnon,., ..mll.tf wt f.llll.t.l 111 t!lrlOOIlfl attlCle Ot the treatv ol the taenli 'ninth of .Vusut, flil.l.-.-tt huudred I and teutt -one, one tnou-and dollars. OITOWAS AND CHIPPEWA-. For the lat t.rtttt my instalment in money, stipulated in the lourth artii le ol ihe ueutt or the ttt cut) -eight day of March, eijhwun hundred aud thirt)-six, tbiriy thousand dollars. For interest to be paid as annuity, on two hundred thou sand dollars, at six per cent per annum, stipulated In the resolution ol the Senate ot the twentieth or May, elghteeu uiiiiuiou auu iniriy-six, ittelte thousand dollars lor education for tstenty )ear. and duriug the plrafUItt or Congress, stipulated in the fourth article of the trpaly of the tenl)-riglitbof March, clghlteu hundred and thirty-six five thousand dollars; For mlision fori enty tears, and .lurid- tbe pleasure of Congreps. stipulated In tbe fourth article or ibe treaty oMito twenty eighth of Msrrh, eighteen hundred and thiry six, three thousand dollar-; Fir taccine matter, medicines, and pay of physicians, so lone a the Indians remain on their reservations, stipulated In the fourth article of the treaty or the twectv-elghth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, three hundred dollars; For the last of twenty Instalment?, for tho 'purchase of provisions, stipulated In (he fourth article of the treatv of the twenty-eighth of March, eighteen,hundred and thirty aix, two thousand dollars; ' ' For the lit of Prcnty instalments for th purchase of six thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco, stipulated lu the fourth article of the treaty ot the twenty-eighth of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, tec thousand one hundred and severny dollars; For tbe last of twentyiustalmonts for the purchase or one huudred barrela of salt, ktloulat ul In th mnnn .iri. the treaty of the tweuty-eigblof March, eiibteen hundred and thirty-six, two hundred dollars; "it" t a o sweui) instalments tor tue porcnaseornve iu .nu-uaireia, nipuiaieu in tne lourtn article cr me , ...,y u ,uo iwrniy-eignin 01 -varc'i, eighteen huudred and , thirty -six, four .hundred dollar.; ' Furtbtee Llarkitiltl,N tnr ivmit, ,., ,! ,t,in ,v.a I pleasure of Congress, stipulated in tho seventh article of 1 tuc ireatj or me twentyelgnili or March, eighteen hundred 1 and thlrty-six.two thousand one hundred and iltlt dollars: 1 For iron and strel lor ahnn for twentv vt-ara. .tur.n the pleasure of Congrets, stipulatedln the seventh article or ine irraty 01 ,tne iweniy-elgmh or March, eighteen hundred tuu tuinj-six, sixnunurou au,a sixty aouars, For "gunsmith for shop for twenty years, and during the pleasure of Congress, stipulated In the rove nth article of the treaty of the twenty-eichth of March, eighteen huudred and thirty sli,six hundred dollars; For iron and steel ror shop for twenty years, and during 111 T 1' O M . l PI rtf l-nil ...... tlnnl.,.4 1- t. .. . .. .. . u . , . of the treaty of the twenty-eighth of March, eighteen bun- urou auu ininy-six, wo nunarea and twenty dollars: For two farmers and assistants, durinir thit nlf-sinrAr ihM President, stipulated in tbe sesenth article of the treaty of i-ituij-cigu, vi dtatcu, eiutecu auaureu ana Illirty-slX, For two mechanics, during the pleasure of ths President, .11 mio,cu tu too act entu article ui an imiT ui iua lvfnir. eichth of March, eighteen hundred audtbirty-six, one thou. Mtm two nuuureu uouars. OSAGES. For seventeenth of twentr instalments asammiiv .iimIq. ted In tbe second article of the treaty or tbe eleventh or jauuari, eignteen nuuurta and thirty-nine, twenty thou- For seventeenth or twentv Instalments for two smiths' At. tablishnif ntK, stipulated in the second article of tbe treaty of nio ctoumu u, jrnuary , eiguieeu nunarea ana inirty-ulce, 1 w i, ttjouaauu uouars; Fur Interest on sixtr-nino thousand one hnn.lrod nn,1 twenty dollars, at fire per centum, beiiig the valuation of nut -iour sections 01 tana, setaoari tv tne treatv or thA . oud of June, eighteen huudred and twenty-fire, fur educa- nouai purposes, per resoiuiion 01 ine ceuaia or the nine teenth of January, eighteen hundred and thirty -eight, three tuttuMua iour auuureu anu nuj-six uouars. PIANKEHAWS. Far ponnanent annuity, stipulated In the fourth article of ineireaiyoi tne intra or August, seventeen hundred and liiiietv-flrr. fire hundred dollars: For permanent annuity, stipulated In the third article of iur ircaiy 01 ine inniiein 01 uecemoer, eighteen hundred and five, three hundred dollars. PAWNEES. For agricultural implements, during the pleasure or the President stipulated In tbe fourta article ofthe treaty of tbe ninth of October, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, one tUUUMlIU UUItftIRt POTTAWATOMIES OF HURON. For permanent annuity stipulated in the second article or .no iicaij oime serenieenin or November, eighteen hun- u.uu u. ,d,cu,iuui nmiurua aouars. POTTAWATOMIES. For permanent, annuity, stipulated in the fourth art'ele of ine ircaij oi.uie uuru or August, seventeen huudred and ninety-five, one thousand dollars: Forpermanent annuity, stipulated in the third article of ine treaty 01 ine luirueiu ot September, eighteen hundred and nine. fire hundred dollars: For permanent aunuliy, stipulated in Ihe third article or me treaty hi mo secoua in Uctober. eighteen hundred and eighteen, two thousand fire hundred dollars: For permanent aunuitr.fctipulaied In the second article of tue treaiy 01 ine iweuiiniu ol Sopleiuber, eighteen hundred and ttteiily-eight, two thousaud dollars; 1 or luu annuity to chief, stipulated in tbe second article of tne treaty 01 tuo tweiiiirin .-cpteiuber, eighteen huudred aLd twenty -eight one hiu.il ret! dollars: Fur periiianeiil aunuity. ttipulatedln the second article of too iwonij-niiun 01 juiy, etgtiieeu Hundred aim iweiiiy-niiir, sixteen thousand dollars; for iiiu annuity locnier., stipulated intbe third article of iuc ireaiy 01 tne iwenuein 01 uitoUer, eighteen huudred and thlrl)-two. four huhdred dollars; For th t last of twenty lii-talmeuta as a nuuity, stlpulat d in lautuiruari.cieoi ine treaty 01 me tw ntj-sixth of Sep. lember, if Itteeu Hundred ami thirty-three, fourteen tbou- sand dolljis. For lile annuity lo chiefs, stipulated in the third article of mo treaty ot uiu i-miiiy-snin ot neptemler. eighteen hun dred and thirty-three, ereu hundred dollars; iorthelstlil leiity Instalments as annuity, stipulated in the second supplemental article or the treslv or the litenly sixth or f-epiemuer,jeighuen hundred and thirtv three.t vo thousaud dollars; For education during tho pleasure orConsress. stlnulated In the third articlo or tbe treaty of tne six.eeuth of October, tiiivvcii til UMttru auu Itutt-3A, inn (uousauo UOllars; For permanent provision lor blacksmith and alnnnt. stipulated in thethird artulo ofthe treaty of the sixteenth of fiiooer, eigutcen niiiiureii ami twenty six, sevtn hundred ami itteniy uouars; For termanent protlslon for iron and steel ror shot, stipu lated in the third article of the treat) of tbe sixteenth of Oc tober, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, two hundred and twenty dollars; For education during Ihe pleasure of Congress, stipulated in tbe second articlo of the treaty of the twontleth of Sep- ,cuiuti,i,iutb,uimuuicu,uu in on ty -cisut, one taousanu dollars; For permanent provision for the payment in money, in lieu of tobacco, stipulated in the second article nf the treaty of the twentieth of September, eighteen hundred and twen ty-eight, and the tenth article ofthe treat) of the fifth of june, ei uieen nuuureu auu iorty-six, mreo nunarea uol lars; For permanent provision for blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the second article ol the treat) of the ttt enlieth of September, eigh.een hundred and twenty-eight, aeten hundred and twenty dollars; For permanent provision for iron and steel for shop, simu lated in the second article of the treaty of the twentieth if .September, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, two hun dred aud tw ent) dollars; Far permaneut provision for blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in tbe second article of the treaty of tho ; twenty niuth of July, eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, one thou sand four hundred and forty dollars; For permanent provision f r iron and steel for shop, stip ulated in the second article ot the treaty of the twenty-nn th of July, eiehteen huudred and tttenty-nine, four hundred and forty dollars; For permanent provision for tbe purchase of fifty barrels of salt, stipulated in the second article of tbe treaty of the twenty-ninth of July, eiehteen hundred aud twentyulne, Iwohundredard filly dollars; For education, duringthe pleasure or Congress, stipula ted in tbe fourth article or Ihe treaty of the twenty-seventh of October, eighteen hundred and thirty. tito thousand dol lar; For Interest on six hundred and forty-three thousand dol lars, at five iter centum, stipulated In the setenth article of tho feat) of tbe filth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-s'x, tbirtyttto thousand one hundred aud fifty dol lars; QUAPAWS. For education, during tbe pleasure of the President, stipulated In the third artirleof the treaty or the thirteenth or May, eighteen hundred and thirty three, one thousand dollars. For blacksmith and assistant, durinr the pleaaura or the President, stipulated intiie third article or the treat) or the thirteenth of May, eighteen huudred and trirty-three, eight hundred and forty dollars; For iron and steel ror shop, during the pleasure or tbe President, stipulated in the third article of the treaty ofthe thirteenth of May; eighteen hundred and thirty three, two hundred and twenty dollars; For pav of farmer, during the pleasureof the President, stipulated li. tho third article or the treaty ot the thirteenth of May, eighteen hundred and taint -three, six hundred dollars; ROGUE RIVERS, For the first of sixteen instalments In blankets, clothing, farming utensils, and- stock, stipulated in tbe tbird article of the treaty of the tenth or September, eighteen hundred and fifty -three, tw Ihousand five hundred dollars: Forthe purchase or agricultural implements, clothing, and sut h other articles as may be oeemed conducive to the comfort and necessities nf said Indian, and for the expenses of such permanent improvements as o a) have been made bv claimants to land on tbe reerve named in the second article of the treat), stipulated in the third article or tbe treat; ofthe tenth of September, eighteen hundred and fifty three, five thousand dollars; For payment ror the property orthe whites dest oyed du ring the "lato war. stipulated in tbelhird atticle of the tenth of September, eighteen hundredand fifty three, fifteen thou sand dollars; For compensation and exrense of commissioners, stipula ted in the third article or tbe treaty or tbe tenth or Sep tember, eighteen hundred and flftj-tliree, five ihousand dol lars; For the erection or three dwelling-houses tor the princi pal chiefs to be said tribe, stipulated in Hie fourth articleof the treaty of tho tenth or September, eishteeen hundred, and t!ft-thrce, one thousand five hundred dollars: Provided, That no payment shall be made to said Rogue River Indians, or to claimants rererrcd to ii these provisions, until said tribe shall hate assented to the amendments of th" Senate of Ibe United States tu Ihe treaty, on account or whicli the several sums are appropriated. SIX NATION'S OF NEW YORK. Far permanent annuity, stipulated in the sixth articleof the treaty ofthe eleienth of November, seventeen hundred arid ninety-four, four thousand five hundred dollars. SENECAS OF NEW YORK. For permanent aunulty, in the lieu or Interest on stock, peract orthe nineteenthor February, eighteen hundredand thirl) -one, six thousand dollars; For interest, m lieu orinvestment, on seventy-five thou sind dollars, at five per centum, per act of tweiily-sevenlh of Juue, eighteeu hundred and forty-six, throe thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. ST0CK11KIDGES. For interest on sixteen thousand Use hundred dollars, at five per coatum, stipulated in the ninth articlo orthe treaty nf the tt enty fourth nf Not ember, eiehteen hundred and forty eight, eight hundred and twenty-lite dollars. SIOUX OF Mlc-SISMFFI. For interest on three hundred thousand dollars, at five p;r centum, stipulated in the second article ol the treaty ofthe ttt ent) ninth of September, eighteen huudred aud thirty seven, fifteen thousand dollars : For cishteenVaortweuty instalments as annoitt lu goods, stipulated ill the eecoi d article of the treaty orthe twenty- nlulh ol c-epictuDer, eiguieeu uumin:miiuiuiitj-asu,nu thousand dollars: For eighteenth oMwenty instalments Tor the purchase or mediciiies.agricultural implements, aud tools, and for sup port of rarmers, physicians, and blacksmiths, stipulate! in the second articleof the treaty of the twenty-ninth ofSep lember,elghteen hundred and thirty-seven, eight thousand two hundred and filty dollars ; For elfjhteenth or twenty lntilmenU lor the purchase or provisions, stipulated in the second article orthe treaty or the twentv-nlnih of September, elchteen huudred and thirty seven, five thousand five huudred dollars ; For fourth ortirty instalments at the ra'e or five per cent U'C.onoue million three hundred and sixty thousand dol lars, stipulated in the fourth article of treaty of the twenty third oiJuly,tothousandeighthuudred aud fifty-one, six ly eight thousanddollars; For fourth of fifty iustslmcntsatthe rate of five percentum, on one huudred auu iwene tuousauu uoiii, remt amount in lieu ofthe reservation ttt apart In the third arti cle per Senate's amendment to treaiy twenty-third July, one thousand eight huudred and filtyoue, five thousand six hundred dollars: For fourth of fifty Instalments at the rate of five percent um, su one million one hundred and sixty ihousand dol lars, stipulated in the fourth article of the treat) ofihenlth of August, oae thousaud eight hundredand fitly-one, filly eight thousmd dollars ; For fourth of fifty instalments at the raleoffite per cen tum.ou sKtyniue thousand dollars, being the amount al lowed In lieu ofthe reservation of lands set apart b) the third article per Senate's amendment to treaty ot fifth or August, onelhousand.e.ght hundredand fllty-one, thtee thousand four hundred and fifty dollars; That tho President be authorized to confirm to the Sioux of Minnesota, forever, the reserve on the Minnesota river now occupied bv them, upon such conditions as he may deem just, And'furtber, that it be agreed between the Unit ed States and the Sioux bands or Indians, that should It, at any time hereafter, be ennsiderrd by tbe United States as a proper policy to establish farms among and forthe benefit of said Indians, it shall be discretionary with the Presidency and with the advice ahd consent of the Senate, to change the aunuiliesherein provided for, or any part thereof, into a fund for that purpose; p..j.r.inoihit mneiuM of witnesses, marshal, attor nev. notary, interpreter, and stationery, and copjlngevl dence, in the Investigation ol the official conduct of Alexan der h! Ramsey, late governorof Minnesota, seven hundred iDFo7letJiel or Robert A. Matthews, for copying the pro ceedlnzs and evidence tn said Investigation, under employ, raent of Richard M. Young, one of the commissioners, two hundred and fifty dollars ; For paying the expenses and fees of witnesses sliffiraontil In aaid in vestigatloo, by the United Slates, at the Instance of Alexander Ramsey, three hundred and fifty dollars.'-"' ; SACS ANjD FOXES OF MISSOURI. ' For intereti on ohelhundred and fifty-seven thousand four handred dollars, at five per centum, stipulated In the secoiid article ofthe treaty ofthe twenty-first, of October, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven seven thoctand eight hundred and evenly dollars. SACS AND FOXES OF MISS1SSIPP. For permanent annuity, stlDitlated in Ibe third article nf the treaty of the third of November, eighteen hunditd.and four, one thousand dollats. ' For twentv-thlrd of th'rty instalments, as annuity, stipu lated in the third article orthe treaty of the twriityflritor September, eighteeu hundred and thlrty-lno, tweuty'lhou. and dollars: For twenty-third of thirty Instalments for gunsmlths,stipu laledin thejourth article of the treaty of the twenly-flritof September, eighteen hundredand thirty-two, six huudred dollars; For twenty-third of thirty Instalments for Iron and steel for shop, ttlpulatedln the fonhh article of The treaty of the twenty-first of September, eigbfren hundred and thirty two, two nuuureu anu twenty uouars: For twenty third of thirty Instalments for blacksmith and assistant, stipulated In tho fourth article of tho treaty ofthe twenty-first of September,eighteen hundredand thirty-two, eight hundred and forty dollars; For tweuly third of thirty Inslatnent. for Iron and at' el far bop, stipulatedln the fourth articleof the irraty ofthe twenty-first of September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two hundred and twenty dollars; For twenty-third of thirty instalments, forfoitv harrelsof unstipulated in the fourth artkle i-f the treaty i.f t etwen- ty-ursioi feeplembcr, elghleen.bundredanaiciiiy-i.to, two uuuuiru aouurs; For twentv-thlrd or Ihlrtv Instalments for forty ketrs oflo bacco, stipulated in the fourth article orthe uniy ifiiie itoni-nrstotseptembcr,eightern hundred anu u.r.j no eicht hundred dollars: For Interest on two hundred thousand dollars, at five por centum, stipulated In tho second article orthe treaiy ci tne twenty-first of October. ettrhleen hundredand thirty-seven. ten thousanddollars; ror interest on elsht hundred thousand dollars, at nve per centum, stipulated in the .sernnti article oi tne treaty ot ttiu eleventh or October, eighteen hund-edand forty-tttO, forty toiiiiuiiiu utinnr.s Forpnyment to Thompson Cnnnolv and James Connoly. cnuureu ot jooii uonuoly, deceased, two nunarea acitars RIIAWNEBS. 1 For permanent annuity, stlnulated In the fourth article of the treaiy oi tue intra t-i Aucust, seventeen nuuureu anu ninety five, one thousand dollars: For permanent anuultv.slinulatedln Ibe fourth article of li,e treaiy oi ine iw eniy-ninin oi ftejteniuer, eignteen nun- urea ana seventeen, two mousand dollars; For permanent provisions for the purchase of salt, stipu lated the third article ofthe treatyofllteseventeenthof June, oignieen nandredand three, sixty dollars, ror Diacksmlth and assistant, during the pleasure oiwie President. stlnulated iu the fourth artiela ofthe treatvofthe eighth of Angus, eighteen handred and thirty-one, eight hundred and lorty dollars ; For Iron and steelier shop, during the pleasure of tbe President, stlnulated in the fourth article of tho treaty orthe eighth of August, eighteen huudred and thirty-one, two, hun dred and twenty dollars. SENECAS AND SHAWXEF.S. Fur permanent anntt'ty.atipiilatedin the fourth artUleof the treaty of the seventeenth of September, eighteeu huh dred and eighteen, one thousand dollars ; For blacksmith ana assistant, uunng tne pleasure or ine President, stipulatedln the fourth article or the treaty or Ihe twentieth of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, eight Hundred anu roll) uouars : For iron and steel for shopi, during- the pleasuro of this President, stipulated in the lourth article of the trial) ofthe twentieth of July, eighteen hundredand Ihlrty-onu, tt.o hundred and twenty dollars. SENECAS. For permanent annuity, stipulated iu tbo fourth article- of the treaty ofthe twenty-nlnh of Supteruber, eighteen hun dred and seventeen, five hundred dollars ; For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty ofthe seventeenth of September, eighteen hun dredand eighteen, five hundred dollars; For blacksmith and assistant, during Ihe pleasure of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of ibetreni) nf tie twenty-eighth of February, eighteen hundred and thi.tt-one, eight hundredand forty dollars; Furi'on aud steel for shop, during the pleasureor the Pres ident, stipulated In the fourth article ofthe treaty orthr twcntytlgbth of February.eishteen huudred and thirty-one, two huudred and twenty dollars ; Forpuy ofmlllsr, duricg tbe pleasure of the President, stipulated iu the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty eighth of February, eighteen hundredand tlilrlyoue, six bundled dollars. ST0CKI1RIDGES. Forthe remotalof IheStockbrldge Indian j to the country west ot the M ississippi river, which has been set apart for and approved by them, and ror subsistence rorone year.slipnla tedln the eighth article of the treaty of tweLty-fburlh No. vembor, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, seven thousaud dollars. t'MPQUAS, (CROW-CREEK BAND ) For the first of twenty instalments in ulankets, clothing, p'o Tlsions, and stock, stipulated in the thirdattlrle of treaty or tbe nineteenth of Septrmber. eighteen hundred aud fifty three, five hundred and fifty dollars. For th-purchase ofblanucts.clothlng.and goods, itlpult ted in the first clause d the third article of the treaty orpine, teenth of September, eighteen hundred and flit) -thiea, one thousand dollars ; - Forthe erection of two dwelling houses, ploughing and feuclng a field, and purchasing seeds, stipulated tn the fourth articleofthe treaty oftho nineteenth or September, eighteen hundred aud fifty -three, one thou,and dollars. urAiis. For fulfilling treaty stipulations with tbe Utahs, pursuant to the requirements ofthe eighth article of the treaiy on V cember thirtieth, eighteen hundredand forty-nine, five thousand Dollars; WY AS DOTS. Forpermanent annuity, stipulated in the third article or the treaty nil ho seventeenth ot March, eighteen hundredand forty-two, seventeen thousand five hundred dollars; For permanent provisions for blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the dgblb article ofthe treaty oftho seventeenth ot March, eighteen hundredand forty-two, eight hundred and forty dollars; ... For permanent provisions fnrlron and steel for shop, stip ulated in the eighth article of the treaty of the seventeenth of March, eighteen hundred and lorty ttto, twohundred and seventy dollars; For permanent provisions tor euucauon, supuiaieu to toe fonnii nlrlB(r the treaty or the seventeenth or March. eighteen hundred and rortytwo, fire hundred dollar. WKAS. For permanent annuity, stipulatedln tbe firth article ofthe treatv of sec-md or October, eighteen hundredand eighteen. three thousaud dollars. WINNEBAGOES. For twenty-sixth of thirty Instalments as annuity, stipulat ed in the second article of the treat; of Ihe first of August, eighteen hundred ai-tl twenty-nine, eighteen thousand dai- 'Fo'r twenty third of twenty-seven instalments as annuity, stipulated iu Ihe third article of tbe treaty of the fif.ecnth of September, eighteen bundled aud thirty-two, tentheusand dollars ; For twenty-sixth of thirty instalments, for the purchase of fifty barrels ot salt, stipulated in the second article orthe treaty of the first nf August, eighteen hundred and twenty nine, two hundred and fifty dollars ; Fcr twenty-sixth of thirty instalments, for the purchase cf three thousand pounds of tobacco, stipulated In the second articleof the treaty of the first of August, eighteen huudred and twenty-nine, six hundred dollars ; For twenty-third of twenty-seven instalments, for the pur chase of one thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco, stipu lated in tho fifth article of the treaty ofthe fifteenth of Sep tember, eighteen handred and thirty-two, threehundred dollars; For twenty-six of thirty instalments, Tor three blacksmiths and assistants, stipulated in the third articleofthe trraty of the first of August, elgtheen hundredand twenty-nine, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars ; For twenty-slx-.h of thirty instalments for iron and a'eel for shop, stipulated in the third article or the treaty of the first of August, eighteen hundred and twenty -nine, six huu dred and sixty dollars: For twenty-six ol thirty Instalments for laborers and oxen, stipulatedln thethird articleofthe treaiy of the first of August, ei'htcrn hundred and twenty-nine, threehundred and slxtyflve dollars: For twenty-third of twenty seven instalments for education, stipulated lntbe fourth article uf the treaty of the fifteenth ofSeptember,dgnteen hundred and thirty two, three thous and dollars; Pnrtwnntr-third ortwenty-seven instalments lor six agri culturists, purchase or oxen, ploughs.andolher implements, stipulated in the fifth article of the treaty or the fifteenth of Septsmber, eighteen bundled and thirty-two, two thousand five hundred dollars; For tneuty-t'jlrd of twenty-seven Instalments ror payor two physicians, stipulated in the flflh article ol the treaty of the filteenth of Septernber,elhleeB huudred and thirtj-two, four hundred dollars; For lntereetonone million nnebnndred thaussnd dollar, at five per centum, stipulatedln Ihe fourth articleof tbe treaty of tbe first of Not ember. eighteen hundred and thlrti seven, flfty-flvo thousand dollars . Tor Interest on debit-five thousand dollars, at five per centum, stipulated In tne fourth artiela of tbe treaty of he thirteenth uf October, eighteen It tin tired and fnrty-alx, four thousand twohundred and llf.y dollar : fcr the expenses of negotl stint; treaties with, and making Ttreentofi'ooiisaiid priivnions toth Indian tribes in the 'Jerrilury or Oregon, sixty-eight ggusand dollars; Fur the expenses otntgotiatii ;?Weaties wilh, aud rouliug present or goods and protisions to Indian tribes iu the Ter ritory ol Washington, foil five thousand dollars; For the expenses or negotiating treaties with, on J making presents of sods and provisions tothe Indian tribes in the Territory o Utah, furty-five thousand dollars; For the expenses of negotiatiuglreatle with, and making present of goods and provisions to the Apache, Jiavajce, and Utah Indians, in the Territory ofNew Mexico, thirty thousanddollars; .... , ,, For Ihe expenses of holding a counc 1 with, and making presents of goods and pruvisinns tothe lllackfeet, Cro Ven tre, and other wild tribes of Indians, immediately within or adjacent to the eastern boundary of Washington Terrltorj, eichtv tbousaii'i dollars; To pay Andrew Takirforhis reservation ol six hundred nd torty acres or land at Citlco-Old-town, on the tvatj-is of the Tennessee river, fourteen tht.uand seven hnndred aud twenty dollars, wilh interest rrnm the twenty-third day or Auguet, eighteen hundred and forty-three : Fur the expenses of makins presents oragrlcultural imple ments and farming mensils to Ihe tands of Pueblo ludiaus in the Territory or'ew Jlexico.teu thousand dollars: Pruvided, That the Secretary o lha Interior may, ifnt his discretion tho public interests require it, be authorized to use any part ctrtheapprnpnations herein made for making treaties In Ore gon, Washington, Utah and Sw Mexico, and for hottl-rig councils at Fort Benton, prior to Ihe commencements! the next fi.tcal year ; , For adjustlnedlfilcultles and preventing ontbroaks among the Indians in Oregon Territory, ten ihousand dollars: For general incidental expenses of the Indian serucetii Oregon Territory, ten tbon and dollars ; For expenses of insurance and transportation of annuities payable to Indian tribes, in tho Territory ot Oregon, ttrce Ihousand dollars i Fnr treneral Incidental exnenses of tbe Indian service In Washington Territory, fifteen thousaud dullart ; Forgeneral incidental expenses.ifliie Indian sirvice In tha Territiry orXew Mexico, twenty-five thousand dollar- ; ror general incidental expenses or the Indian service in the Territory or Utah, twenty thousand dollars; Forgeneral Incidental axpenses oi me mutat. icrriw in the Territory of Utah duringthe year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, ten thousand dollars; For general incidental expenses of tho Indian service in Washington Terrltory.fur 'ix mouths, ending Junrthirtieth, eighteen hundred and liriy-lour.flve thousand dollars: Forpayment or balance due for transportation of presents, goods, and provisior s, tuthe Caiuanchcs.Kiowajs.andotlior Indiaua on the Arkansas river, one Ihousand two hundred dollars; To pay for certain goods borrowed by late agent J.S. Watrou,to fulfil treaty stipulations with theL'hipretvas.to be replaced out of annuity goods, but which, with theagoney building, were consunieu ojure,iu ...;, nj,uict-u uu.mit and flft) .three, four Ihousand one hundred and thirty-six dol lars and three cents; Fur payment in full to the tt innebago nation of Indians of c-rtaln unexpended balances or appropriations under va'lQus treaties, on arcouut of annuities, education, provisions, goods, etc., forty thousand and four dollars and sixty.nine "por payment or balance found due the Creek Indians lor Ioses sustained during tbe war with Great Britain, by that poitionofthe tribe who were friendly to and ro-opejated wilh the United States, In addition to the appropriatitm ot the thirtieth of August, eighteen hundred and flftj-tvi o, two hundred and fifty-eight ilollars and ten cents; Forpayment to certain Creek Indians for their Individual reserves, soldwith the approbation of the Secretary of War, in the scar eighteen hundred and forty-one, Ihe Commission er of Indian Affairs havirg received the consideration fur the usa of said Indisns In certificates of deposlte on the Plan ters and Mechanics' Bank of Columbus, Georgia, which fail ing while said certificates were In the hands of tbe Commis sioner, became lost to said Indians, two thousand slxhun-dreddollars. TEXAS lSDlAKi?. for compensition to three si.eci.l ateuls and fourlntlrpra tersfortha Indian tribes uf Texas, and for the purchases of presents, fiftcrnihousand dollars Fortbe expenses i f makic the necessary selections and surveys of land to arconimodate Ihe Indians rssldlng within the State or Texs., agreeably 10 arrangements authorized by anact orthe legisluture if tbatState, allowing therequl-iio jurisdiction of the government or the United Stiles lor such purposes, and for concentratingsad subsisting thera, aud fur. nUhingsmtable stock catOe. agricultural implements, seeds, andotner necessary ankles incident thereto, eighty-six than sand fourhundred and thirty dollars. For the second and third or ten Instalment cf provisions! and merchjndlie, in addition to former appropnatioiis.for I ayinanl of annuities and transportation ot aarua to certain Ml-CfcLUL.ibOU.S tnbCS Of Indianj. Iter jtevenlh MttirlA tit thA trAalv at lnrt haramia,ofsevcuteenlhorSeptttuber,eigbteenhuudrrdaad '.i f' ,wen')-iour iiiousana uouars; I-wrthefoUrtri Ol ten ln.talmf.nl. In nrrtrltnn. an. n... chandl-e, for payment of annuities and transportation ofthe samo to certain tribss of Indians, par seventh article of the itcaij t can i-aramie,oi seventeenth or Sej4ember, eiei. teenbundrodaadfty-one,satcnly two thousand dollars: Fur surveying and markintr boundary lines oliarhmpt or tracts of land as may be provided under tbe stipulations of mo atociiuiueitia ui uia anuatuta tue iresues Oltweuty-taird July and filth August, eigeteen hundred and flfty-oue, with the Sioux Indians, one ihousand two hundred dollar ; For expenses ot negotiating treaties of the tenth of Keptera- t-cr, eiguteon nunureu unu uity-uticc, ttuu tuv itozue stiver Iuutans, and oftho nineteenth of September, eighteen hun dred and fifty.tbree, with the Cow Creek bind of Umpqua louians, nru thousand dollars; For continninrr tho collection and for publishing the stairs. tics and other Information authorised by the act of third of aiarcn.elgbtren handred and roily-seven, ana suoseiiient &-ts, twenty thousand nine hundred dollars. Sac. 3 And be Jt further enacted, That so existing pro- ttsionsoi law, prescribing the manner in wmcn payment auau oe isaae to indtins, scan oe so consirueu as in repeat or contravene, the seventeenth section ol onsctenlUlid 'tsn act tu regulate trade and Intercourse with the lnu.au trl bos. aim to preserve peace on tne ironiiers," approved jansintr tlelh, eighteen handred and tbirtj-rtur, or to proh.blt the payment ol any claim or claims (other lhan thoe of acents or attorneys for claims; far bzn;-f.ie services rendered with in or upon any Indian territory lo any inc.an irioe, ror meat Cil or manual services, or In cases of humanity where the President may adjudge such service necessary and the claim ordaims therefor just and roasouable. For detraylng ihe expenses of continuing the ren oral and subsistence of Indians in California, three military reserva tion, in accordance with tho plan submitted by the superin tendent of Indian Affairs if that State, and approved by the President, tbe sum uf two hundred thousand dollars: Pro vided, Thai, hereafter, no more than twenty Ihousand dol lars snail be drawn by me superintendent, or be In his hands unexpendeJat one and the same lime: And provided, Tna sub agems created by this act shall lie appointed by thesu- f ericiendeni, subject to coi flrmatlon by the Secretary of the nteriornot to exceed one for each reservation, nor three la all, said reservations to contain not less than five nor more than ten ihousand acres; and the said superintendent is au thorized to apply, out of Ihe sum hereby appropriated, not exceeding twentyfive thousand dollars, In Ibe extinguish ment ol conflicting titles and rights to said reserved lands at a price not exceeding one dollar and twenty five cents per aero, for a valid and indefeasible title to Ihe land so pur chased: And provided, 'Ihe State ol California shall cede tbe necessary jurisd.ction in such cases, with regard to tbe land so purchased; For ateneral lnclden'nl exnensea of lha Indian aprrleA In California embracing eipensns or travel or tho superintend ent and agent, elc, twenty-five thousand dollars; For payment to David Cait r, as an emigrant, of the amouniof his Improvements, valued under the treaty with tbe Cherokees, In eighteen hundredand twenty-elght,tn pur suance of tbo sixth article thereof, two thousand eiiht bun. died and twenty-six dollarsand fifty cents; For payment to A. V. Brown and others, Chickasaw tra ders, for ransomol Georgo W. and Meredith Wilson from the Camanche Indians, and to reward the services of gaed iu that service, one thousand dollars; lUCiiauiviuD iic,.u(u, tw usgvusiD a tto.lf W1W 1110 in. dlans in Michigan, and to change tbe terms of eilitins- trea ties, ten iiiousana dollars; For a clerk 10 tbe superintendent of Indian affair Inch Territory of Washington, eighteen hundred dollars; and for a ciers lotne superimenueui oi luuianauatrsln tbe Territo ry of New Moxico, one thousand dollars, to te allowed in the discretion of the Secretary ofthe Interior. Sic. A. And be it further enacted. That the Secretary of ine mierior oe? ana ceis nereoy, aumonzea(u, in his Judg ment, the public interettwill be promoted thereby, to causa to budl.burscd suchoftbe moneys appropriated In this act for the Utah Indians, either unler treaty stipulations, or for general incidental expenses, by the Indian agent In that Ter ritory, us he rear think rroper: Provided. That said arrant shall under no circumstances, receiveanyadditlohalcompen sation therefor. .tec. S. Aud be It further enacted, That the President be, and he Is hereby, authorized and required lo cause to be ful filled the stipulations ot Ibe ninth and tenth articles of the tr.-aty with iheSacs and Foxes, and other tribes ol Indians, concluded on tho fifteenth of July, one thousand eight hun dred and thirty, by causing said reseried tracts lo be sur veyed and allotted to the persons properly entitled to lha saine.in fee simple, in such maunar and under such mlcs aud regulations as he may presrriba; and to defray the ex penses or ten thousand nine hundred and twenty-two dollars and tttenlfi-uiue cents Sec. C. And he It further enacte I, That the President of the United States he, and he Is hereby, authorized by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, tn annolnt two Indian agents fir the Indians east ofthe Kocky mountain.. In ad dition lo the eljvrn provided forby the fourth section ofthe act entitled, "An act making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Indian department," etc., approved February twenly-sovenlh, eighteen hundredand wity-onr, our luutttu Beut tor tne sno'ans in me rerrtiory or New Mexico, in addition to the four provided for by the filth set-tiou uf the same act: and such numhpr nf In.ll.n agents, not exceeding Hirer, as be may dreru expedieutlor the lnaian tribes in the Territory of Washington. Sec. 7. And belt further enacted. That the agents appoint ed under the protisionsot the six h section of this act, shall, before entering upon tbe duties ot their respective offices, give bond In such itcnalllrs, and with such rondtilnni and such security, as tbe President or fecretaiv oflhe Interior may require. The) shall hold their offices, "resjectively.ror the term of four yars,and shall receive an annual salary of one thousand five hundred dollars each. i.ec.e. And be it further enacted, Tl at to such Cherokees as were omitted In he census laken by D. W. Slier, but who were inclu-ied and paid under the art of July, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, lha Commissioner or Indian Af fairs bo authorized to pay them tbe some per capiiaaliow ance that was paid the other Indians under that distribution, provided the commissioner shall be satt-fled that they ought to be included in said iter capita distribution, and that Ihe sum of five thousanddollars be appropriated for that pur pose. fcec. 10. And be it further enacted, That tn enable the Secretary of the Interior tntettleand pay the award of commissioners on file for reservations, pre-emptions, and for rents and improvements under the twelfth, thirteenth, and sixteenth articles of the Cherokee treaty, of twenty ninth December, eighteen hundred and thitty-five, in pur suance cf tbe stipulation- of the third article of tbe treaty of August eighth, eighteen hundred and forty-sir, the sum heretolore appropriated for those purposes and carried to the surplus lund, is hereby reappropriated. Sec. 11. And be it further enacted, '1 hat the Secretary of the Intel ior be authorized and required to investigate tbe claim ot the tirotherton tribe cf Indians against the United States, and report the facts to Corgi ess at its next session, or earlier if practicable, together with an estimate for tucb amount as may be found justly due tbe said Indians. Approved July 31, ISM. MUSICAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS. PROFESSOR DE Cffi.VIEL has the pleasure lo an nounce to tbe Musical Public of Nashville and its vi cinity, that he has come to reside permanently, and will be happy to meet tbe engagements of private individuals, Schools and Seminal ie to give practical and classical in structions on the Harp, Piano Forte, Qnitar, Organ, and Singing; (to advanced Pupils, JinUhing U&ont..) Abo, cho.rs conducted, taught, trained and organized. Card of terms mat be had by applying to PROF. DE CffiXlEL, At 10 Vine street. N. 1!. Prof. DCceniel will be pleased to fill the situa tion as Organist. angl2 lm FALL IMPORTATIONS!!! 1854! BY L. B. FITE & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN DRY &OODS, No. 9 College St., Nashville. nnllE time having nearly arrived when the Wholesale 1 Dry Goods nmrkot in Nashville will be opened, we invite the' attention of Merchants to our Stock of Winter flwds now ar iving, which will be complete in fifteen days. Our buyer has devoted near two months in the Eastern marketa getting up all llie new designs introduced for Ihe Fall Trade, and obtnimng the entire line of Fancy and Do mestic (lords at tbe lowest potsible figure,. In justification of our declaration that we will make it largely to tho inteiest of merchants to examine our stock belore making their purchases elsewhere, we beg to call Iheir nttenlion to our ' stem of business. Cash and 6 months' time, which not only enables ustnoperateforsmall profits, but which makes it indispensable that we should do so to induce their business. This fact, we think, ought to appear obvious to every one. In our stock e present to the trade every var.ety of Dry Ootids needed. Embracing a heavy line of lllack and Fancy Satinetu, Jean, Tweed, Rlack and Fancv Cashmeres, Heavy Kerseys, Linseys, lllack and Fancy Cloths, Coat, lied and Negro Ulankets, aud Reaver Cloths. With a rich varietr of Lady's Dress (looJs, Rich De laines, Caimeres, Coburg, Cloths, Silks, lllack and Fancy Alpacas, American Muslin de Uiir.e., Prints.Oinghams; and a full slock of White Goods, Swisses. Jaconet and Cross Rar Muslin; and the variety department will embrace every artichrcq-iisile to makeup a stock. We earnestly solicit buyers to give us a call when in the maiket. aug9-lm. I- R. F1TE A CO. CARRIAGES, TWO OF THE FIEEST c alechc Coaches EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITV ! JL'Sl J2ECmrD FROM Tilt MAXCFACTOR Y OF JAMES RRUSTER Ac SONS, New-York. And for sale by P. P. PECK k CO , aUnti dlw tw Lower Market street. FURNITURE I MATTRESSES ! I PIANOS 1 1 ! JUST received a iiueasMirtmeittfif Bed Bteids, Lturearts. Wire and Tin Safes, Sofas. Sofa Beds. Breakfast, Dinin?, Cen tre, Side, and Wot k Tables, extension Table?, Ac. A large ot of Wardrobes, Chairs, of all kinds, Wind w Shades, flocks, an assortment of L Gilbert's entire Iron framed Pianos, Carjictiuc:, Oil Cloth, Ac. M attresses, Sbnck, Moss, Cotton and Curled Hair Spring Mattresses, kept on band aud nude tn order, and naraantcd. Now is the time for those wantinp any article in my line to buy ciinr kob Cash, or approved pitter. I. II. MORTON, iy!2 If 4 Uniou atreet. $20,000 WE have now in store TWENTV THOUSANI) I)0L LARS' worth of Carriages and Baggies, which we will sell ou the most favorable terms. pECK co iulyl2 lm Lower Market atreet. Nashville. I' N KS, Olates, Steel fens. Pencils, Inkstand, Slate l'en cil' Copy Books, India Rubber, Qadls, Penholders, Ru ler Paper, Sand, Ac, C, Forsale by RECENTLY PUBLISHED $ H Y I jLE : TDD rs m t srw -ar-..-. "t-tauau, of s-.nLISir WOHDS. Ti for & C" UBi tree' ROQKTS 77KSA PRUs Of ESGUSU tTOSDS- oo cia-ssmea anu armngsd a to facilitate the ot ideas, and aisist in Literary Composition with a list of hVeign wolds, defined iu Knglish.and other ri5;rJ. I 0 S 1!". ma 0tn additions. ALSO - THE MISSIOXOFTIfk C0MF0RT1!- 11.. T..I :.. . rt t , it 1 1 I . i . . . s.j uint.? t-tittitca aiaie, m ,i. a; rtiiu tue aecona IjOn-fl don Revised Kdition, with the Xotes tianUated for thel American edititn. -"- w i vj isi- si uvu-ia j rrnTTi . i. T i t.a .........4. ausiiituiau, o a, tfia.es. A narrati-a br J V&'CLESAh'iSFAEM FENCE. By A. D. Milaa- TJIE TWO ROADS; Or, The night and the WToc Way. TOO.V, NELSOiV fe CO., hare jn.t issued from the Pies, a Ncvr AVort entitled MEMORIES OVER THE WATER; Hen5MBOCAH'r3 0:'" A "0 STROLL. By Engf faction by QVARLES' EMBLEMS. tion by Rev. John IfcCiintock, D. D." to Jntrodaa BEE-KEEPING Jly.sterics of Bee-KeeDine- Emliinil- r.i t . Analysis ot tbe whole subject. 6 up.eie Toeether with manr othnrnfTT and int.n,it.. Jnst received and lor safe by TOOD", NEtSONiCO UK" 44 Union street. TITAGAZIXES Harpers Pntncra's and Arthur's J-X Magazines for Aneust Just received by TOO.V.NELSOS'ACO. augI2 WE STUDV TO PlaEASE. TR An CISCO tt WSTTHAITS FA3HI0NBLE HAT ESTABLISUMEXT, Kc. 23 Pub lie Square. i3 the mrnt rfcsit-otilo in. i. elegant llat, and we advise everv person who intends bay ing a fine press Hat, to call on Francisco & Whitman, ard eX!SID-ei!he'rst-Tlc. forieSpnng. tbey exeel, in beanty and finish, any article ol Dr.u L'ut that will be worn east """ itARiJibUU & WHITMAN", mTl3 Ko.23PublijSqnare. T'horv hItV'1 ju-lie?'' and leg- Jb, . . r u S' tte,have just o ened a splendid as sortment of these most beautiful and popular o!t Hats: wr ,'i,nVnd. braDe,8 PuTe'- They are raancfac ttired of the finest of Beaver, and are the only genteel soft Ua n,2T,mslde- FRANCISCO 4 WlflTMA V mr'8? No. 23 I'ubiic Square! OVn KOCfCV "MOUNTAIN-iTiAVEtTcl We arerowprttnartdlnfarnb-h any gentleman with t real genuine White Rotky Mountain Bearer, at tba si ort est notice. We macufacture thtm mend them to basomeihing entireU superior toanvtlunz . ........ . . 1 1 1 t .! ,t it my!3 Nq. oa. I,ihli.Hnne. PANAMA, JJIAJtlCAHO, CANTON, FXUKV, rjlaclt and Tea colored Lcgiiorns. Camtn-achey tnd Kutiand Mraw Hats for men and but s. We have a splen- 1 1 1 it cnrlmant . . f tj , . II... . . . ' .. ... ....u, v,, .i.tatv tittti inr men una Dots, inr rtim ujer wear. t KAAUINUU i WUITAIA.Y, mT3 5 Sex 2J Publia Square. GKEAT JtEDUCTlON IN I'll EIGHT BETWEEN NASHVILLE AND CHABLE3T0N, a. C EaSTERH G0OP3 rHOJl CHArtf.FSTOJ TO SASrTtiXLK. ARTICLES FIRST CLASa BOOKS and Stationary, Boots, Shoe and Hals, iit.ttle. liquors, Oils, Camphine, and Spirits Tnrpentire in casks and barreLs, Carpeting, China aud Glass Ware Cigars, Clock?, Confectionary. Cutlerrin boxtu and case,' Dry Goods in boxes and bales, Drngi, Freit treesand Shrnb bery, Furs, Garden Seeds, Glass, and Ixokmu- GIs.; Plates "at owners risk," Oysters in cans and iar1. Sad dlery, Tin Ware, Teas and Spices, per 100 lb. 1 10. SECOND CLASH. Hardware, except Cutlery, Heavy Casting and Machine ry, Foreign Liquors in barrels or pipes. Cordage, Tobacco in boxes. Carnage Springs and Axles, Leather in rolls or boxes. Oil In bin els or casks.Queensware in crates or casks Rice, Zinc, Whiting. Plaster Paris'ic, per 100 lb. 9Ca ' aruiAii naitn.. Roxes, Furniture, Pianos, Carriage Boxes, and other light article not enumerated; also Carboys.it acids will be ta ken at actual weight oni charged doable 1st class of rates, say per ltl lb. fa 20. PRODUCE TO CHARLESTON. Cotton and Leaf Tobacco in Hhds gfc Corn per bushel..... jg- Pork in banels.. . . ...:per 1001b . . .. " l 00 Ragging and Rofe. do -do j po Any article not enumerated to bd charged st the rates of analogous art'cles. GEO. YOXOE Genl Super't. Georgia Railroad, Anjrnsta.'Ga WAI.H. S10CKT0X, Gen'I Super't South Carolina Railroad, Cheileston. augl 3m. LOOK HERE. A GREAT bargain will be given in a Brick House and ltis Hynes' addition to Nashville, at the corner of Hynes and Knowles streets. The house contains t o rooms a porch Ac, and the lot fronts 40 feet by 152; also. 100 feet vacant ground adjoining. If not previously sold will be sold at auction at the Court He use on Saturday ihe Jth of August. Apply to W. T. Williams cu the premises, or to john lanvr, BROWN, ilv83 No 63 Cherry st. 40 UULS. NEW WHEAT FLOUK. TfJST received and for sale at the lowest market price. I will make a liberal reduction to Dealers. Call at the Flour Depot Nos. 9 and 11 College street, Nashville. augS Iw. GEORGE ALWELL. NASIIVILI.E LADIES COLLEGE. THE next session of the Nashville Ladies College will open on Ihe first Monday of September. It is desira ble that application for admission be made on or before that date, as we can seat but about 20C pupils. FACULTT. Rev. L. A.LAPSLET, D. D., President of the Beard of Trustees. Rer. J. W. HoTTt, A M. Rev. J. B. LixcsLir, A. M M. D. Mrs-M-A. Knox. Miss J. E. Miller. Mrs Fassr Hunt, Ml-s M. R. Miller, JIr3 M A E. JIoaasN, Mro-KVA-st Wrcr, Prof Jaiiis I)iooos3, Prof Charles Hess. Miss Jolia Noetox, uhahoes i er sestonoi rrre jlcnths-: Hoard, Wahing Fuel, Lights, in private families, $75 00 Tuition in Preparatory Department, without Latin and French, 15 00 Same Dept. with Latin or French, 25 00 Academic Dept. without I -a tin and French, ' 2f) 00 do do with Latin or French, 25 00 Freshman and Sophomore Classes, including both Latin and French, Jnniorand Senior Classes for French, fitra. Music, Piano and Guitar, eacb. 2. 00 1-5 00 30 00 15 00 Drawing ana running, each. Harp, Prof 'i charge Diploma and (iraditation Fef, TOO For further particulars see our Catalogue which can be obtained at Smith's Rook Store, or by application to ths Faculty. angt dtjw All the daily city papers will please copy and send their bill In the Union and American. A CARI. HAVIXO tecored the agencv for the sale of FL?K' ME TALLIC BURIAL CASES in Middle Tennessee, we deem it necessary to inform the public of tbe many advan tages possessed bv this Case crrer any that have ever been ott'ei ed to us for sale. There at e some who honestly think that Ihe Air Exhaus ted Crffln is superior to the Metallic Ca-e we use; and others, from inteiested motives, are constantly endeavor ing to build up a reputation fi.rthe sarre, by comparisons whollv at variance with science and experience. A a proolof our assertions, we give the opinion of J. R. Chjl- tov, si. u , one on tie most ceieoraiea ctietn sis ci ine and a gentleman well knoini to every well informed physi cian of this and every country where civilization exist He sars : KiruiSTixo Air PaoitOTrs PEitiitroainov. "nJ ct' tempt tofihiust the air from a rcceiter nfil.e UIy -f a deceased person, would promo: e ruber than retird decom position. 1. Under such an experiment, the expansion of the nir within the tissues, would cause more or less fractuie. and produce an effect similar to a bruise I 2. The temperature oftbeataiospbere would havn t trrsat- ; er ir fluence in proportion to the removal of atmospheric J pressure. ... . ' ine presence in Huntcipiifrtcuir i ntti essential iq tie composition, tihete any degree of pntrefaction already ex ists, as the la..t change will communiCHle to other carts. causing their elementary constituents (.oxygen, ludrogen, nitrmen, and carbon) tn separate, and reunite with a aunt- i lar effect to that produced by the presence of atmo3'.heric : air. Thus, under a constant exbaustation. the effect'of an I elevated temperature upon ihe moisture r.f the body would ! be more powertut, ana, constiiueniiy, aecompostttoa more rapid, JAMES R, CHILTON, M. D.. Chemist. With these facta emanatinz from an authority so riLtm gtiished, together with certificates from tbe most able? and Teamed men ofthe country in regard to tbe advantages ol Fisk's Rl-rial Casta" before ns, it is nit surprising that we should give our preference tothe article we ue over every other, all of which have been tendered tu for tale, butinvariably have we "fujed nse jhem. agu5 Sm. he M'Combs, Cornelius A Co. PIIOCLAMATION. ANDREW JOHNSON, Qortrntn fJrrrernnr of the Sicltt of Ttnnt-Vte. Governor oj -le M oj imnc HEREAS, it has been made known to me that a cer- A n,r 11. Pi?eb- charged with having coinmit led I loulandatricious murder, on tbe lOtb day cf July, 1351 upon ibe body of AbkmmuC. Lee late ofthe coun ty of'Smitb, has fled from justice and is now running at now, therefore, I, Amsew Jomrsoi, GoTernoras afore aaid br virtue ol the power and authority in me vested, dn hereby oner a reward of THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS to any person or persons who may apprehend the said J laics U. Piper and deliver him lo the Sheriff or Jailor of Smith county in order that justice in their behalf may be had and executed. In testimony whereof, I hereunto set my band and caused the gteat seal of ths State to be affixed at Nashville on tbe 9th day of Augast, lfcS4. . r..,r, 10 r ANDREW JOHNSON. The said Bate H. Pipe is 88 years of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 Inches high, light hair, blue eyes, and has rather a dull or Ltary expression of countenance. SUNDAY MOlWiINi;, Alft!3T 13. irtil J" The attention of the pabfrn-Stolipd to tt aavertfecment of the- "Polytechnic Collie" c: Pennsylvania. "We believe this ite cnl cUo ofUiekinrJ in Ihe-country. Saeh ft IdMitatiaii should be .well sustained, and duuMVj4 will be The Board of Trustees of the Wiera l.!,frV Academy met pursuant to agrremtnr, on the 12tii "ln9t, at- tha office of Dr. LiatisVy? in this atr. TVldrs sTW IT lis . " - , V- ' 'ol,o tviDg -nwmbera wer& found in be - sat'tcieuL.vizc YYa-aY. Ktlorr ("Pl,;.m. tr- a t -1 rln VH.nlBP.tWlfnp).W. z-Jade OU. iren llAeittnr. TV r - , .1 - - - . . .. t , , aiMtrs i m h: i Dr. Scott, GuLB. K. oha30a aniJ. Hichanl Owen. t Ths above constituting a quontrop Rich. Orrea waa appointed aacretary, anJ tha BjartiFrocieclsil to business. The charter of lie Itutitute was flrJt .read acd the attention of the Board was called 'o its second Sfiction. which reads a follotva : "Sec. 2. That the said Board shall meet at the Capitol of the Slate, at as early a daj as praitica bfe, and select; after' duo examination, an eligible site for tho Academy, with a vfew, first to health; second, to the means of maintaining discipline apd promoting correct, moral and indu3.non3 hahits among the students; third, to convenieacs of cotn mtinication wilh all parts of thh State, and of the Western and Southern States; and foarft, to economy of subsistence, fuel and other necessary expenses." Four separate propositions for locating the Ic. stitnte and offering conditional dontattonst, having beer, received and examined, tbeBoard, on raotion , adopted the following resolution?: Rtsolved, That.it is important taBx the location of the West era Military Academy at an early date, and that the necessary buildings should bj erected and put ia proper condition by the first of Septem ber, 1855, but from a want of full information in regard to various stties which shoold be considered, it is inexpedient to select a location at ths present meeting. Rooked, That a committee of four be appointed to examine such locations as may be suggested, to correspond with citizens of different parts of tho State and to report thereon at the next-meeting cf the Board, when it is proposed that the site aha 1 be definitely fixed. " ResoUeH, That the Western Military "Academy be temporarily located at Tyree Springs, Sumner county, Tennessee; that it shall then be conducted under the charter that r itsgovsynment we here by adopt he by-laws presented and 3nbnittet5jf that we elect B. R. .Tohnson Suporinlendent, and CoL Richard Owen ComataBdant; and that we do invest them with authority to do all things neces sary to conduct the Academy in a properc manner dnring the next esskjii, and constitute -them the Faculty thereof Restihed, That the Faculty shall name tothe Governor a sufficient number of Cadets in atten dance during the next session to fill the offices ne cessary to organize the stall and two companies of the corps of Cadets; and thit tbey shall be entitled to the commissions which the Governor U author ized to issue to the Cadet officers of the Aaidetny. lieioheil. That a requisition l made on tl e Governor for the following arms and accoutrements, viz: Two six pound bronze field pieces, and two setts of accoutrements forthe same; 125 army mus kets with percussion locks, and accoutrements for the same; seventy-five Cadets' musket-1 , peicussian locks, each weighing seven pounds or lesSy and ac coutrements for the same. Tne chairman then appointed the following gen tlemen a committers on sites: W. A. Jackson, Gen. Hardinar, CoL B. R Johnson and CoL Rich Owen. On motion, the Doard adjourned until tha first Saturday in November next. s - I ill THE VERY LATEST I IT is a fact Inn? established in the Fashionable World, that r at it ft field A WaLKEa's is the place t tret a Hat of the finest quality and mott popular design. Their new Summer Style cf Molest in llat is light and elegant, and takes the lead amoctr the Hats of the ason. jelO WATERF1 ELD A WALKER. THE WHITE GOSSAMER HAT. -TT7"E are under full hftd-tmy withonr New Style White V Rocky Mountain Beavers, and onr Light, Cool, Ven tilated Gossamers. They can be d'scemed from all others in beauty of tejtnre and elegance of design. A fall assort ment ready to-day. jelO tl Air.nr IC.1.1J tK tt jlijuxjiv. THE TYROLEAN HAT. WITH THE CAVALIER, JELLIES AND ALBONt, and all tha new and popukrSijks fr the Season. A Unrf, new, and varied assortment of STRAW GOODS, just received. WATERF1ELD A WALKER, Fashionable Uatlcrs, 23, west side of Square, jeio NexttoGowdey'i. . R. CORNELIUS. CORNELIUS D. W. D0RBI3 st BOKRIS. CHEAP PURNTITUKE DEPOT. NO. 2G, COLLEGE STREET, Nashville, Tennessee. rpIIE su jscribers have now in store and i 1 wt II cons'anny xeep a larje aoa irnoa tnsnrlmrnt nf all kindaof CAI1I.NET KL'lC- NITUKE, CHAIRS, CI.OUIvH.KlUASUULra. MrtHftl, nAlR,M0SS, COTTON and SHUCK M VTIKAS3E3. Our stock- at nre-ent consists in part of Rose Wood and Mahogany Parlor Setts; do do do do Chamber do. Oak: do do; Enameled Cottsge do do; Mahojrany, Walnut, Rose Wood. Cherry, Elm and Poplar Bedsteads, of all kinds; Brrakfast, Desert and Dininp Tables; Walnnt, oak and Mahogany Extesaion Tublex; Wire and Tin Safes. Rose'Wnod, Mahogar.r, Cberrr, Walnut, Oak and Pop lar Wash Stands; Hat Racks, Towel Racks, Centre Tables, Kecking Chairs, of every variety. What Not, of all Rose Wood, Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut, Oak acd Pop Lir Wardrobes. Chairs ! Chairs!! Windsor, Sr-indle. Scollop, and Scroll Tops; WYod Heat Chairs; Eveiy vane'y ot t'ana Seat Chairs; do no Kusn uo; do do Straw de; Split Bottom Chairs; 11am bao Cnairt (fall kinds; tllow Wagons and Chairs. docks! docks I! GL Our stock of CLOCKS is iar?e. and consists of al g&mo.t every variety. Wxm to ood tfo respectfu'Jy invite the puWic U give ns a call, aj wo are deterniiDecl to sell as lowas anv booje f ery article -s-ld brns will bewatranted to be made andfin- 'reslmmanXm and all kinds fOU)" VARSI3UED at the shortest notice- We take great pains in packing I umitnre for tha country and for shipment. Undertaking. Dr.r UxriEBTAXIXO VtPXKlXKXT will re-, -rr nur strictest attention, will be personally1" attended to by one of tho firm. T3-We have the sole Agency foi the sale of "FISKM METAL1C BUUIAI. CASES," in Middle Tennessee, and are prepared to furnish Undertakers and other on favora ble lerms. CORNELIUS A DOKRIS, jnly2l tf No. IS College street. J. II. CURREY, CABINET MaKER AND UNDERTAKER. "T)EGS LEA E to inform his friendi and the ll r,itr,lit. fri.prrtllr Ihsc hp keen cnnatantlv 1 on hand Cothus or every description, from tee piaine ( , 0le fine MetJjfc rt,-tt mud sxr-cxhaaMed CoT- lin. the best no in use for preserving the Corps; togetner with good Hearses and Horse, and everything Deetwsary AU Tordersieftatrnv ware-room.No.ol WftihrS Cherry sut, w, II b. promptly '"th or night rtri31 ' LAND FOR SALE. , ., -.it between SO and 40 acres or TPfS .reHbomTornpike, two and a half Ji HndfhvUle! s"iotivg the lands of W. U. Gordon HI,? Brit rt?qnalitr. and most delightfuUrsit .'rriantrT rendence., 'If desired, itwilt becfifid y5f0uW5 orTSacresto .it purcha For terma . -i-UST RECEIVED. One case of Dill's fine Firr Leaf To- I tacro. Persons ns'mz thia Tobacco will find it to their idvaatage to call at the sign ofthe Little Indian, Cherry and Cedar streets. For sale wholesale or retail by je24. J- ilOOKt.