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' 1" -T Ir VOLUME V. SANTA PE, NEW MEXICO, OCTOBER 4, 1856. NUMBBH 35 TERMS. , WEEKLY- $2 50 a yeaf, payable Invariably in advance; single eopiei IS 1-2 cents. Advertise ments, 1 00 per square of ten linea (or the first bsertion, and 5 )cti, (or every subsequent insertion. JOHN S. WATTS, AlTORSEY AMD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Santa ft, Nero ilkxico. Office in the house formerly occupied by Messrs, , Smith k Houghton. Suit Ft, March 2, 1854. v3.n41.t(. Joel Walker. W. H. Chick WALKER AXD CHICK. ' Commission Merchants, Kansas Mo. BHDS! TO Col. Robert Campbell, Messrs Riley fc Christy Baint Louis Mo. Saint Louis Mo. Santa F New Mexico October 7, 1851 t. (. itEAKXEY AND BKRiVUID. (jrlif.al iiillhrnge-tublisllllielit We&tpoit Missouri Will keep consta illy on hand a vaiotv of nier . li intli'e of all dew ipiinns a.lapled to (lie Cahlor. di at'd Snn'a Fe trade- Persons going across ttie plai:,? would do well to give Imui a call. Will ak have on hand Wagons. Oxen and other neces saries a,iiialile for emigran! All order from re jable sources promptly ulteinletl lo. KEARNEY k BERN.4RD Santa Fe New Mexico Oct. 7 18Ú4 5.f. STAGE LINE. Independence Ho., to Santa To N. Ii, Leaving each end of the route the first day of each month. Fare; through, l'rciu Nnvembe.r 1st to May 1st $l"i(J i'- mi Mi- I nt to ATovemhor 1st (fclil cu:.k 1 extra Io.wir $ t'tnts por lb. ti.n;".-. mil ii emits iii wintnr. but no pil- i ri . C: I g, or ess Minn one uoniir. inoag- i . , . .1 .1 II..- all! fuse u Ihe rikk of the ownev. and no rc.pon- s. ;!H f.iranv rJiec:!?- wortn over my aoi lar" nnlnss cnrjteills given uin apeciully con trucu'd f'T. l'rovislnnit, arms, nnd tiramunition furniehed by the proprietors. All pssugo money must be raid in advance. UOCKADAY k HALL. Noverolmr 3, 1585. NOTICE TO THE INHABITANTS OF NEW MEXICO. - ""he Surveyor General ot' Ne Mmrn, by ac of Oc ess 'tmrdeml ou the Mndjulv 1851, is re itt a . -muli.' ' .'"I iepirt on 'l surh claim", as o. i-'ti.f - -Í -lif iri tie ee-ion of the Territory to i: I ' Maip -btr tli 'ret v of Guad .lupe Hi r,. ,. , " IS iie:"Mr,g Ilia v 'ions jinn of (ill i 1 1. J isinn ttwon i I" ( ';.!! li.'.' o-- io- v . iit ot 'each n l! Mine wader th .tn frd fn oí' Lie 1 0 'tit V l'Pf 'ro 113 I 1- irt nl reqiiirnl in i. the i-'it. i. to IH' ) ttie I rv "t t.t ..rift , ninl Nieeli'v . 'Le'!' . iituni ot it e i- (' liln.l-' , "i' ' ;! t h V .eii t .nV I i :,. fire on llluv lie lie in 1 w, . -ii' i, . t .. t Ml. i.. ,.,e . ' . . S t IÍ I .1. I l 1.1 Vie lo i ,' .he !, 'in t - !i .. 1'it ( IMS lie- . t it. ere ' M M-,i II "r ' e i li. r I 'o li 5 r . i;r ' Cii- d. iv, pime ticer pa I'll' ! i.' i Wi ll h 1 1 uin tii' . ú w ill ni . ie i- i i i-eii to fit. mh .1 Ef:'. r.. plat oi rv.. n , U' . s.iry.v iis lieen ex.. '-.i-i; , i-v i. e i!iiwti 'i tte precise hooe ' .... ... i.'1 i.l '' .et el limed. 'i'ovi, :. , 1 f .Mi.VfV.H' (j. lie. 10 fXi'C lie tile dn ytl'i.. !. . eil m. Ii.iii. hv law. he Isa to re queJ ..( it... H.iiiviii.ieU who rijiined land in he v. s.,,. In i.ne '.lie treaty of IMS, to produce tl'i i il, in e. "f -nell I'laiilli al this office at Sn iu foon in. pooihl". TO DON ATION CLAIM NTS. Tl'e .f rf Congress, aheve rn'med to, grant" 18(1 ni i es ot land to every while mae citiien the United Stales, or evei w!;im il abore ili ageet'21 ar, who has deelmfil hn inlenlion to become acilurn, t.eu reMeiec n New .Mexico, and who was t.n reviing to Is. '..t,ui.ly IwS; and lo tve.) vh!,e " ' 'i 11 " ! X.1 ' 1 ta. tes, and tv -y wh'' lt . o e 'Oeeg ( 'A years bo I. oe l.i i d I is Hid ntioe to I, cone a eiti.'i.. o t.o w esiii ng m the 'IVi.iioiv ..h Hie Iki Jan. k .. 0 "hi "hull ii'uif.vt io a d s. t- t ,e ,11 a i e iu i he l-t J.iu le. i 1' . .III.- 'lie ,'i, t '", lOKuC'ii 1,1 pnolic laiil ; el.. in, . ai v ncli '.on.itiori if vale I miles, the ... "i ' ,,e .el.ltil on, ami ciiltiv-it.nl. tot " veas- lo-iiiii .o ., vi..-.. , 'w meile.it; in any nanoer Willi any .,,1 or.bUtu by tb. Treaty ot ti'wdaiunit Hi- llUllti. All iiiilividnals claiming the benefit of ucti do Lst ,.n will find rl to then interest to Kve the ear lie I posvihli infoiinaiion lo the .Suiveyor deneiai al iu ill,' localities of their settlements, in order to "nub!, turn to direct his surveying operations ac . .1, nn The localities in each county shall be le-1 lied a. distinctly as possible in reference) to an) and all not .hie objects in the vicinity. Given iiinlei my hand at my offi-eat "ama 'e thin IK duy of Jan. A. 1) IHrio. . II1LL1AM HKLHA.I. Sureryw tjf mi oj Aci Matte. a4. U Í"', Ju, 27, Ibjj. ty34 NOTICE. All persona indebted ts the late J. u. Fitz water, are requcsteu lo make immediate pay. unA nil M.ruini hiil'inir etaini afsm. risa dtule uf tho deceaeed will present them for pay. , marshal of the United States for said territory, . ... k.s.. hA f......., ,k luí ?L'!li 1. HieAt.erl tft audit anil allow the same: imuii r- .. ft V.HIWV mu Oientt ou r oviwiQ iiiv luuiHiaaiu .unj ioj,ur be debuneel froxe payment. . t .! I 1 C.B.CLAHK,. , Administrator.,. : ,".'! i- in -.i. . ' ( vllburauerque, N. M. ,,, iy 13b,le6 4 Surveyor Genera)') Office, Santa Fe New Mexico, Afay 1 1856. TO ALL WHOSI IT HAT CONCERN! NOTICE Is hereby Riven to allparties interested that the giant made ly the Provincial Dep itation of Durango in the year 1H2I, ami ratified bv the Provincial Deputation ot New Mexico in 1823, to Luis Maria Cábela de Baca, ft al, to the Valles Grander, in the county of San Miguel, will be ta ken up for investigation by the Surveyor General of New Mexico at his office in Santa Fe, on the first Monday in Inly next, and will continue from day to day until all the testimony presented by the parties shall be (fdcen. Bersons having confiic ting claims against said grant are required to give notice to this office before the date above meutio ued, and 5e in attendance at that time WILLIAM PELHAM. Surveyor General. 3.t. PUBLISHED BY AUTHOSITY. LAWS OF TIIE UNITED STATES. 1852 1853. continued. I T1MIT0BY0F OREGON. For s-ilnries of Governor, throe .ludgos, and. secretary, t"U thousand five hundred doiluri. For contingent expenses of said Territory, one thuusiiud five hundred dollars. For cumpentution and mileage of the mom bers of the legislative assembly, officers, clerks, and contingent expenses of the assembly, twen ty thousand dollars. Torritory of Minnesota, For sularit-i of Governor, superintendent of indina nfl'iiM, lliree judges. ud secretary, nine thousand seven hnruli f i dollars. l or eon lug nt expenses of siud territory, on rh.'ti. and dollars. For oiuuiiensniion and mileage of the mera, ue.-s oí me legislative iisscrably, niiioers, olerxs- I. l - ...!.. . LI. . iui uomiiignivuxp-'iises oi ine ussuiuuiy, iwen- ty tbousimd d -liars. Territory of New Mexico. For salaries of govornor, superintendent of indiun ufiaira, three judges, and secretury, nino tliou.'und seven hundred dollars. For contingent exneuses of said territory, one elioiisnnd dollars. For pt'vment of expenses of the board of commissioners to prepare and compile a code of laws for the bettor government of the Terri tory of Now Moxioo, aulhoritcd by the aot of the legislative igae'ulily approved July fifteenth eighteen hundred end fifty one; the sum of eighteen hundred end fifty live dollars. . For O'.iiii.ensiition nnd mileage it the mem li'irs of the legislative assembly, oiiieers, clerks, nnd e 'iiiineni expenses of the Hssembly, twon y .h iUnimd il iliuii; and it Is liorehy provided ili.u tlf iipprupniuiou milite by tho ant approv ed .liirticlti of Senteuiber, one thousand eight hi.iiJ.e.l tiiitl iifiy, f ir pubih liiiilding for the T..,rnoi of New il. xico, isconunued nnd made a) ni.ci' le to th olivet or guiiiliy i.'oni. iiip.'it e l. n .uMthit induig the p-onsion of tho tenth s.'.-lioii i l lie not of August ibtrtv lir.it, one cío a .-.i I i;.l!t huudied nuil fifiy-two. Territory of Utah. For sinarios of go. ernor, superintendent of mihui iiiiaim, three juilg's uud secretary, nine .ii.iu 'iiii.l i 'V . ii hundred dollars l'' .i co' l:n,:eiii e.;pcust8 of said territory, one LllOurfUiili lO'ltliS. Fe. c . in eiiMitiou .iinl mileage of the nieva- . h,.. ,.f Hi . ..g.s,..i:xi .iseiniiiv, olfiems clh'ks, t i a .o e nii .iiuüiit i'X'i':i:sgs vl the UBsembly, Uven ... ' j ti. ..in ' t dull. j. . I lo luiiiie tito "ron. lent, to sntjsn a site to be i p... ..ris. d .n i a uitiiljie '.uil liug to bo erected . ' foi ii i oi 'iiii.u i.i i:.,eli of tint tuvritiiries of ;. i l .id Htm Now el, x.o, twenty thousaml dollars o I provided thut ih'i on.iro cost of ib site mi l the Corneen mi et Saul 'muding;! shall not exceed the sniu her by uppropriaicd. Jiitii'iury. Fir salarios of the chief justice of the sin it we, court, und eight associate jud ges forty one thousand kollurs. For aaluries of the district judges, seventy thousand seven hundred dollars: t'm salaries of tho chief judge of the District ot C ilunmiii, iho assistant judges, an! the iud gi'S of the criminal court nnd the orphans court cloven thousand seven hundred dollars. F t salai lei of the attorney general, and the clerks and messenger in his ornee, ton thou sand three hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of the office of the aunrncy g,ne,ai, uve nnnilrej dollars. For satiny of the reporter of the decisions of the sniir"'me court, one thousand three hun dred dollars. For comp -neation nf the district attorneys eight thousand eight hundred dollars. Fur compensation of the Marshals, seven lit as. iud four linudre.t dollars. i'nr letraying the expenses of the supreme Circuit und d. strict courts of the United Stales including the district of Columbia, also for ju- r im and witnesses in aid of the funds arising . , . ,,,,,.,, ..,, M - h"""" " u.y, ...v-. . ... the lieeol y, ur ending Jund thirtieth, eighteen hundred ind tifiv-f jur. and nrevious vers. and likewise for UeFrating the expenses oí suits in which the United Mutes are concerned, and ot prosecnLions for eficaces committed against the United tjutcs, and for the safe keeping of pr.ionors, six hundred and seventy-two thou sand nine hundred dollars. That tho .Secretary of the Interior be and he is hereby directed to examine the claim posent e l by the county of Lee, in the State of Iowa, for the cipensos of ih United States district court, which were paid by said oounty prior to the admission of said State into the Union, and if, upon sush examination, he is satisfied that prior to said time, (he said oounty has paid in iney which, in accordance with the initrue- tious of the first comptroller of the treasury, dated December nineteen, eighteen hundred 1. 1' nd fortv thrco. should have been outd ot the , - j . .'. . . be is direated to audit and allow the same: previil-d; that the amount thus allowed shall not exceed the sum of fourteen thouiaod four hundred dollars, wbioh is hereby appropriated for that nornoie, oat of ni money iu the tro- luiy. To aid the directors ot the Washington In firmary to enlarge their accommodations for the benefit of eick transient paupers, twenty thou sand dollars. Surveyor's-goneral and their clerks. For compensation of the Surveyor-general north west of the Ohio, and the clerks in hit office, eight thousand three hundred dollars. For compensation of the Surveyor-general of Illinois and Missouri, and the clerks in ais office, etgnt moueanu tnree nunarea aottars. For compensation of the Surveyor-general ot Louisiana, an! the clerks in bis ouice, four thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation of the surveyor-general ef Florida, and the olerds in bis office, five thou sand five hundred dollars, ; For compensation of the' surveyor-general of Wisconsin and Iowa, and the clerks in his of fice, eight thousand three hundred doliere. For compensation of the surveyor-general of Arkansas, ' uud the clerks in hit oiliue, eight thousand three hundred dollars. For compensation of the surveyor-general of Orogon, and the clerks in his office, six thou sand live hundred lollars. For compensation of the surveyor-general of tauiurnio, ana itie oleras in his ollico, eighteen thousand five hundred dollars. 'or clerks in tho offices of tho surveyors-general including the offices in Oregon and Cali fornia, to be apportioned to them according to the exigencies of ihe public service, and to be employed in transcribing field-eotcs ot surveys for the purpose of preserving them at the Beat ot government, torty thousand dollars. Light house establishment. For suppling light-houses containing threo thousand two hondrod und seventy two lamps, with oil, lump, glasses; wtoks, bufi-skins, polishing, powder, whiting, and other cleaning tnutoriale, transpor tation, uud other nucussury expenses on the sums, repairing and Keeping in repair the light ing apparatus, publishing nocudsary rules, ro gulQtions and instructions, noticus to manners ot changes ot aids to navigation, and ot lights, ic, one hundred nnd eighty two thousand three hundred and thirty dollars and seventy eight cent-. For supplping forty-nine light houses, to con tain five hondrod and sixty one lamps,, with oil, dec. io., as above, authorized by acts I of third of March, one thousand eight hunnrcd and fifty one, and thirty first of August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, thirty thousand four hundred and sixty dollars and thirty (our cents. For repairs and Incidental expenses, refitting and improvements of three hundred usd forty nine light bouses, aud buildings connected therewith, one hundred nnd ton thousand eight hundred and fifty seven dollars. For r, pairs uutl incidental expenses, fitting and improvements nf forty nine light houses and bundings connected therewith, provided for by acts uf third of March, one thousand eight hundred und fifty one, and thirty first of Angus;, one thousand eight hundred and fifty two, twenty four thousand eight hundred and and curtc.cn dollars and icionty one cents. f or salaries of threo hundred and twenty one light house ke.p ts, oud twenty four assistants and including i.ne thou-and two hundred dob itrs fur sulaiv of superintendent of supplies on the upper lakes, uno bundrcdind thirty six thotimiiiU seven hundred and eighteen dollars and thirty three cents. For salaries of forty nine teeners, and six assistants, for the light houso authorized by acts of tho thirl of March, one thousand eight hundred and fiftv one. and tlnrlv first of Au gust, one thousand eight hundred aid fifty two, at tne uvernge legui ram per annum tor e ,eh keeper, twenty two lit u,,md doiltrs. For s alums of forty two keepers ef light verséis, twenty three ihuusend dollars. For salaries of five keepers of li : lit vessels. authorized by acts of the llii'd of Mat lb, one thousand eight hundred and iff ty one, and tlitr t t first of August, one thousand eight hundred and buy two, ttiroo thousand one hundred and ll'l'ly dollars, tor seamen's wages, repairs and supplies for forty two light vessels, one hundred und three thousand six hundred uud sixty four dollars an i nitj two cents. For soamen's wages sunplios and incidental expenses for five light vessels, authorised by acts of third March, one thousand oight hundred and fifty one, und thirty first nf Aug'ist, one thousand eight hundred and buy two, thirty throe thousand and tour dollars and soventy two oonte. For expenses of weihing; denning, repairing, mooring, and supnlvtng losses of Hjuiinir bea cons und buoys, chains, sinkers, &o., for light vosseis, Imy-inue thousand and lilty se'en dol lars and thirty two cents. For expenses oi weighing, cleaning, rer.air tng, mooring, and supuliiiK losses of tvo bun, droa and forty ffve dumb beacons ami buovs, and their nrpendages, authorized by act nf tho tinny mat ot August, one thousand eiejit bun drod and fifty two, twelve thousand thtee bun dred dollars, tor expenses) of coloring, numbering, &o. ef ull the buovs and beacons provided for bv the aot of the twenty eighth of Scpteml.er, one thousand eight hundred and fifty, twelve thou sand dollars. F'or life-boats, and other means of rendering assistance to wrecked mariners and others on the coast vf the United States, ten thousand dollars. For exponeos of visiting and reporting the couuiuuu ui uguiauuu otueraius to navigation; two thousand dollars for Oommi-sions, at two and a half per cen tum, to such superintendents as are entitled to the same under tho proviso of the act ol March third, one ibousnnd eight hundred and fifty one entitled "An eel making appropriations for the otvil aud diplomats expenses of government, for the year ending June tirthietb, siuhteen hundred and fifty two, and for other purposes, on tne amount mat may ue disbursed by them eignt tnousana doners. . Coasts of California and Oregon. For oil and other supplies, cleaning materia ll of all kinds, transportation of supplies, keeping lamps and machinery in good repair. """ buildinws in a propsr state i preservation, supetintendonco, and inspection 01 ,U1",," "8I,(4 "piatiing clean; ni. naintir.1, aud preserving til ike borrpi in the waterl of California and Oregon, and all incidental ex-1 pensos connooted with the aids to navigation on these coasts, twenty-nine thousand and thirty fivedollors. For salaries of thirteen keepers and eleven assistants, at an avorago not exceeding six hundred dollars per annum, fonrteen thousaud four hundrod dollars Light house. For rebuilding light house on Chandeleur Island, Louisiana, destroyed in Au gust, eighteen hundred and fifty two, fifteen tnousana dollars. For restoring the light houso buildings sea walls, &c., which wcro injured or destroyed du ring the late galos on the southern coast, twen ty five thousand dollars. (or lilting tape llatteras light with llrtt or. der of illuminating apparatus and lunturn, and : elevating to light, fifteen thousaud dollars. , For removing tho iron light house timer, ut tho junction of south west and nort eust passes, of the Mississippi to puss a I'Outro, und subs- titnting a small beacon light in its stead, en thousaud dollar. Independent Treasury For salaries of the assistnut treasurers of the United Mate ut New Yuri, Boston, Charleston, and St. Louis, cloven thousand fivo hundred dollars. For additional salaries at tho treasurer of the mint at Philadelphia, of one thousand dollars, and ol the treasurer of tho Urunch Mint at .Sew i Orleans, of five uundrod dollars, one thousand five hundred dollars. For salary of the treasurer of the branch mint' at Snu Francisco, four thousand five bundled lo""11' I For saleries of ten additional olork-, outho- rised by the acts of August sixth, eighteen hun- dred and forty six, Augut twelfth, eigh.jen eundred and forty oight, March third, eiiitruu , hundrod and fifty one, and thirty first of Au-I gust, eighteen hundred and fifty two, ten thou- sand eight hundred dollars. For salary nf chief clerk to tho assistant u-uourur ut iew lora, ono iwiutuim sii nun- dred dollars. For sulnrt of a clerk for the treasurer of tlio brunoh mint at i'uu Fruueisco, California, two ' thousand fivo hundred dollars, For Contingent expenses uuder the uct for the safe keening, collcotinir. transfer and dis hursement of the public menus of sixth Au gust, eighteen hundred and forty six, sixteen tuou-anii nt'0 hundred dollars: provided, that no part of said sum of sixteen thousand the hundred dollars shall be expended for clerical services. For compensation to special agents to exam ine the books, accounts nnd money on hand in the several depositors, under the act of ugu-t sixth, eighteen hundred and fortv six. five lliuu- sund dollars. For the compensation of an additional ap praiser general, to be appointed by the Presi dent by and with the advice and consent of the senate, and to be employed on tho l'ucihc coast six thousand dollars. , Survey of the coast. Far survey of the const uf the Umten Status, inolndiug cumpen- utinn to superintendent nnd assin.unte. nnd including pay and emoluments uf officers to t he artily uud navy, i.ntl petty oliieors an. I in., n of the navy employed on the work, one huudied and eighty thousand dollars. tor (lontinumg the survey of the wostorn cousi of the United Status, excluding the pay ana emoluments ut the officers of the army und navy, ahd petty ofiiceis and mcu nf the aavy employed On the work, ono hundred and filty thousand dollars. For continuing the survsy of Florida roofs end keys, excluding tho pav and emolument of the officers of the army nnd navy, and petty otlioers anc men ot the navy, employed on tin wurk, thirty thousand dollars. For continving the -urvcy of the northern and nortb-western lakes, including Luke Superior, lilty thousand dollars: provuled, tltut it survey of sp much ot the oommuniciition botwcei, Lake llurou and the Saiilt Lte. Mane as may be ne cessary tn ascertain what part thereof requires ta oe uecponeu, snail be m ulo witliout delay and plana and estimates of the nature nnd (x pense of the work shall be laid before Con gross at its next le-non. lor printing and disbursing the charts ot late surreys, ultoon bandied dollars. Uustom llousos. I or continuing the cons truction of the custom house at New Orleans' Louisiana, three hundred and twenty four thou sand dollars; subject to the limitations and res. tricttons imposed on the appropriation made for the same onjcot nt the scund scesion of the last Congress, ns respeots the plan nf lor which the building is to be erect d. lo complete tho custom house at uuth, Mame twclvo thousand dullnrs, To complete the foundation of the custom house in Bangor, and to connect the famn with the shore, bltoen thousand dollars r or com nuing the construction ot the cm om house at St. Louis, one bundled uud filt.au lhousiind dollars. tor procccntn - with tho construction of the custom house at Louisville, KentucKy, eighty, oven thousand seven hundred and forty fivo dollars. For the completion of the custom bouse nt Cincinnati, eigyth ecveu thousand seven nun dred and forty live dollars For the purchase of land additional to tho f resent custom house lot ut Providence, Itbodo sland, sixteen thousaud dollars, and for the erection of anew oustoin bouse atsuid port. mhlch shall be so constructed and arranged as to turnnh a suitable room for the United Ma tos circuit and district courts, with the noros sary offices for district judge clerk, marshal, 4c, thirty four thousand dollars, provided, that the entire cost of such additional site and buildihg shall in no event exceed the sum hereby appropriated. For the construction of lb custom house at Wilmington, Delaware, in addition to the sum appropriated by thi act of thirty first Au Sust, eighteen hundred and fifty two, three lousand five hundred dollars. It ii hereby provided that Ihe limitations op on the oust of ihe lite and building of the out torn house in Richmond, Virginia, imposed by the act of the thirty first of Auguit, on thou and light hundred and fifty two, are hereby removed and repealed. . 1 .. f'ei inasal re-iaii iftd efEe ixttres if the custom housos ot the V. , thousand dollars, 1 For the construction 'Norfolk, Virginia, t: - which in addition lo t.. cribed as the whole a : I Stitts, twenty five a "Mom house at tliuiMiiid dollars, i . heretofore pros- . tu bu expelido! , ii ite ihe entire iMst ,i,d tl.c completion (or that purpose, shu of the purchase of tlie . of the building. To eiUlite the ml ,; r il'.o collector of Chicago, nnd to make H Vip.n! to that of Do troit, twelve hundred tin J fit'iy dollars, and thox . salary uf the collector of Cb'i igo be nnd tho . same is hereby established nt : .i.it sum annual ( ly. The etilary of the co!. . lor of Chicngo, shell be, from and after ttm first of July, oigntccn nunurcd nnanity tir.ee twelve liuu dred nnd fifty dollars. For completing nnd finishing the Aarino Ho-piul nt A'upoleoii, Atinnsas, four thousand .loliurs, nnd that the further timo of ono year, ho allowed for the etpoudiluro of the money heretofore npprnprini.'.l to tho marino hospital, nt Vickslmrg, Mississippi. For annual repairs nml ollluo fixtures of the custom houses ol ; tho IV.icd lítalos, twenty fivo thousand dollars. for the completion ef tho Marino Hospital at Kvunavillo, Iudiann, twenly thousaud dol; It.rs. Forth" Marine Hospital at Ntttchex, four thousand dollars. 1 ' For continuing the ooasl' iielion of the Ma- rino Hospital at At. Lou,-, ,'iiieouri, twenly thousand dollars. Intercourse with Torek-n Nations. For sa- laries nnd outfits of M.i,i-tus of tho United Sttitos to Great Hritain, Franc.), Kussia, Prusia, &pa!u, llrasll, Mexico, Peru, and Chili, ono hundred nud sixtv-two thousand dollars; -'or ealnrp auti outfit of u Minister to Cenlrul America, tu I e accredited to such one or more of tro Governments included in that naino as tho 'resident uf tho United States may designate, ciglileeii tlmusunu dollars) Fsr salaries of Sccrct trics of Location to thó sume nlnces. twentv thousand dollars. For salary of the" Minister resident to Turkey .:. iun .1 jtin.. 01 IIIUU3I1UU UOUIII0. i'or salary ol the D::i.:om-in In tho Legation co Turkey, two thou-.ii.d live hundred dol lars; For salarios aol on IU- of Charges des Affai res or Ministers resident to I'ortogal, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Holland, llelgium, ISiiiilOH, Sardinia, the Papal Slav'"' Aew Granada, Ve nezuela, Uuenoi iWrcs. Holm i, i.tuileniala, li- uudor. I.wiiiorland, uud Nicaragua, one liun dred and liflv-lhrne ihoiisniid dollars: Provided, Hint the Ministers resident berein niitbor'uo4 hall not receivo mote compensation thau is now allowed to a hargo de a traites For trtlnry of Cierk -to '.!,. L'-.iHed States Leeiitioo nt London, eight In.iidrcd dollars; For the payment of Thcodoro S. F.sy of the difference between the salary of a Secretary of Locution and a Charge d'Afliairns, during the nnie. on several different occasions, he dischar ged tiio duties of the latter ollico ut Prussia, tour thousand nnd thirty-four dollars and seventy throe nnd two-ninth cents, the snme to bo in lieu os all former appropriation; and also, if received, in full for ull diplomatic services rcu lured in that capacity; For conipcdsntion of K.Uvaul Kent, foj ono mailer's salary as Chsige d'.MIiaires at tho le gation at Hio de Jnnoitin, during the abicnooof tho .Minister, and under the instructions of tho Uepiirtiitnent of State, one tlnusuud one hun dred and twenty-five tlo'lnis. To reimburse David Tod, lute Minister oi tho United State! at Br.ml, a sum of money ad tnnced bybimlo V.'iillai I'.. Avdtrfon who t was en bv the Minis or f - 'tn Kin do Janoiro to the United States in tho spring uf eighteen hun - dred and lifty ono us n witness against two per sons engaged in me slave ii.nie, seventy-uvo dollars; For pnvmcnt of Bnekinhnm SmitF, Into Se cretnry of Legation in Mexico, the difference between hil salary as .Secretary of Legation and that. of Charge d'Afl'airrsfroui the twenty-sixth July, oightoon hundred and lifty-one, to thu ohgiitbof October following, during which per iod ho discharged the duties of Charge d'Afloirci in Mexico, in ths ui. eiiee or the Minister of tlio United States, whü h id returned homo on lonvo,' one thousand seven liuu Irs. I nnd fifty-six dol , . I 15 . - .1 it liirB tint, niuciy-uvec.i'iiis. inu euuie, ii uo reuci ved, to bo in full or ull charges during the pe riod aforesaid. For contingent expenses of all the mission! abroad forty thousnn dollars! For c. nt ingent oxpensos ol torcig intercour se,, forty thousand dollars; For oxpensos ef intercourse with tho Bnrbary Powers, nino teous oid dollars; For salary of tho Consul at London, two thou sand dollars; For salary of the f Vimissioner to the Sand wich Islands, live tlioiisnnd dollars; For interpreters, guards, nnd othor oxpenees of the Consulates nt Constantinople, Smyrns, Cnndin, and Alexandria, two thousand dol lars; For int'rpretors, guards, and other oxponsci of the Consulates at Constintinople, Smyrna, Cundió, and Alexin Vm, two thousand dol lars; , For office rent of the eimnl at Baslo, in Swi tzei land, ODO hundred dollars; For sulnry and outfft of n Commissioner to reside in China, including Ihe additional com pensation under the act to carry uto effect oer- , tain provisions in the treaties hat Unitod State and China and the Otoui m Forte, cightoc thou sand dollars; For sulnry of the Interpreter and secretary to said mission, two thousand five hundred dol lars; For compensation to the Consuls at the firo ports in China, via, Hwang Chow, Amoy, Fu chow, Ning To, and Mi.i;ig;iui,co thousand dol lurs; . , , For th reliof nd pnlection of American icoracn tn foreign eniiutrics, une bandied and twenty five thousand dnilars; 1 Fpr e olerk biro, office re.it, and other expen. see of the offiooot the Consul of the United Sta . tss at London, two thousujid eiht btiudrod Jul For salary of the Consul at Oeirout, five hun dred dollnri. , . t : . ' 1 Pnblio Landi.- For cerep'-nsalion for fccero 4