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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1866)
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hrW orntc noius.
t,r. Mail; daily, except Sucdey.
jtU.I -. .., night.
JodVeune.d.y od Friday,
I Arn. J"4? Thursday and Saturday,
f j,,,, an i atera Mai 1 do. al ? , p. m.
f Uii! t 7:1 j.a. m.
r. . w . vv U 4CKXE Y, I. M.
.iice itiii' Iff Christmas at
r SWAN & BROS.'
'.uicv Tt-iV-M hi tMat variety al
- J . I,. .U'.Ut-I- Cw a.
a ia : il.ci" MrUUc CastrSf fit
. Me FALL & CUS.
i ilLU. liJLL & UU.
CD0n. A Iirijt; lot uf Leiuousfor
i L wilbu'j,;'. 75cem a dozen
of 'the .farmer of this county
j'loAitig un ibe 5ifi.
Jjy your Groctrie at Marsh &. Co's,
ir motto is hiAall profits an J ijuick tale?.
variety of brand of choice Flour
' SWAN & BRO S.
J. Griff las bought out Westfall'a ia-
rtjtin'iLe City Meal Market.
Ovtlp.l Lamps aud Whiteridge flint
i: CLey5, all sizes, at Marsh & Cos.
Quite a Uct litUe snow fell in thisvi-
unx last Friday, covering the grouud
lie cxfr'.ii w about two mcnes.
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Albert "Towle, cf Beatrice, has our
..mil fr a Clu"b of new subscribers.
Mtrrh & Co. furnish any book desired
It the pulliiLer's lo west prices. in
Extra Table Rock and Muir's best
raod of J'Juur (or sale by
J. L. i a; EE & CO.
' For Lice I!ollicy Preseius, in the
uij ut cbo.ee hkV, Toilet Article or
irmv NwiiotiV. jo iu
IV. H. AIcCttEERV S: CO.
M'FIl ic.Cj. are gmm; up a few
rry ut i nuill MZed UjTtnui, juV. the
tli:i fi.r a i.fit H.illjday rretent to a
It is fi?ipufiblt to enjoy the cotnii.g
1 1 li i Ja y without .gou( health, and to
iuiue aty bodily ailment go to Mc
d-trv lor your .Drugs
. If ju 'uaiit a goul Newspaper br
Majazi&v fcr 1SG7, go to .Marsh & Co's
Ur-j'jt and rub-tribe at once !
irit.b-rri'ft, lUismj,-Currants and all
tiu.jf Drud Fiuit or Canned Fruiia
.; Fi : i ck h l-rs iviil
:. m..;.. u "... ' j-v-.-: ,nl I
I k r -
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1 i'arriMJ, 1 Rt H. Buret, in Peru,
.JJrc..4 K Mr..TncMs J. AIctcalf and
M.: LeaA. S. Dustis, all of Peru,
' Cloaks, SbawL, Breakfast
, .Nubias, Fur Hoods and Capes,
CUei ard Hosiery of the latest and
.net fiiLiccafele styler in the market, at
Stititj Si Lewis hive a fplendid stock
cMNicttr.Uoods and Grocorier, com
f rising ertrytiinff nice, desirable or
"'OnUe. Ho and see them.
iCClare.-rrof. Howland will delirer
Lprfnr r. lk.i.l i tai .
- v u" incucio-y ana mysiotogy at
MiPLhdV IhU, to morrow, Friday
mete subjects ate id Intirna-.Oj-conneci
ui-htbe healih arj social
.'.r wl co one can afford
I a. for sale, 10,000 Acresof choice
, Timber tract, in lhe Nemaha
MD.i-nct. A!30, improved farms.
. . JNO. L. CARSON.
: . AlU S X Office,
Merchant 11. T.
-"oa ajij la k i ri 1 ruin 11 1 p
crr MAi'i Union Express
irT Tan ot vtluatlcs' aDd every
erW V CUper lhan arjV company
..J,i "le""""- SmM...
Ufloa'cons ana r.ih!n..
are now prepared to dehrer. iu
I - . ue.test opportunity eTer yel of.
.th mtion. to become psses
if cne of Ht verier instrument.
; Greenbacks anRobticlwaye'Indupen
cable to the public welfare, for one sua
tains the pecuniary health of the nation,
while the other preserves the physical
health of the individuals composing' the
The cold weather has suspended work
on our County building. Work on the
High School is still progressing, and, we
are notified, that as soon as it is enclosed
and comfortable, the Board intend giving
a Festival foi the purpose of getting a
Goodies for ChrI$tmas.Marsh
& Co , have a full stock of the good
things for the Hollidays. consisting of
Turkeys, Chickens Fresh Oysters,
Canned Fruits, Lobsters, Dried Prunes,
Cut rents, B.ackbarrys. Citron, Raisens,
Nutts, Confectionery, Spices, Extracts,
Jellys. Corn Surch.Green Apples, Sweet
Cider, &c, &c.
They idl low dovm for cash !
We cannot speak in two high terms of
Cot's DrsFArsiA, .CtTai. It js a well
tried remedy, and invariably cures. Why
will you suffer from Dyspepsia, Indiges
tion, and disorders of the stomach and
bowels when so good a remndy can be
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obtained so easily.
Foi Sole atMcCrtery's and Hollad ay's
Drug Stores, and Marsh & Co's JWu
MERCHANT'S- IN ION EXPRESS
COAIFAM'. General Express Forward
ers and Collection and Transportation
Agents. Elmore P. Ross, President,
Win. II. Seward, Vice President; Wm.
C. Beardsley, Treasurer; J. N. Knapp,
Secretary. ;. . -
THEO. HIL & CO..
The Western Stage Company now
makes daily connection by Stage between
this place and Rockport. This arrange
ment has been effect by the U. S. Ex
press Company for the benefit of its pa
trors, thus giving them extra facilities
for sending and receiving Express matter
from the East. The S.age office is at
We believe that there is an establish
ed post route between this place and
Rockport, will not our friend. at Wash
ington try and.have service prdered on it
at ooce ? It is much needed, ' and we
hope will receive prompt attention.
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A Sample Stocking, and circular of the
Lamb Knitting Machine will beeenL by
addressing (with stamp)
1 1 X. Fifth' Street, St. iowt, Mo.
In passing through St. D;roin, recent
ly, we bad the pleasure of stepping into
Mr. A. J. Ritter'tt store, and were trully
surprised to see" bis Mammoth Stock of
Goods. Mr Rnter is an old experienced
band at the business ; we found that his
Goods have been selected ivith great
judgement, adapted to the wants of the
community, and marked down so marvel
ously low as to defy competition from any
quarter. Call and see him or his gen
tlemanly Clerk, Peter Fraker. you will
always fiud them on hand with a rousing
stock of Goods and accommodating.
Good Cooks. Ladies if ybu would be
known as good cooks, and would avoid
the mortification of having poor bucut
for tea when you have company, use D.
B. DrLand & Co.'s Best Chemical Sale
rclus, and that only.
The potatoe crop " in Ireland, is such a
iailore that a fonnne is-feared. This is
thtt t-everst blow yot dealt to Feniamsm!
Hon. Wm. Marvin, just elected,Sena
tor from Florada, h-is sensibly concluded
to slay at home until called for.
The London Herald statas that the
British Cabinet have the Alabama claims
under consideration.- Tbe Globe sees
in this question, war.
Surratt is reported to have made a con
fession to the effect that the assassination
of Lincoln was planned In Richmond
with the knowledge and assent of Jeff.
V ssV JL
This Great Remedy for all Diseases of the -
RTOM A rjTT.
is the discovery of the inventor of Coe's raluable
i ' fai V at esyii
Uouga Ualsam, while experimenting "7 -
health. It cured Cramp in the Stcanach for him
v. :v. v . 4 w-r .;aM4 r..tvtr. hht Chloroform.
The aNost daily testimony from varies parts or
the country encourage us to believe there . U 1 no dis
ease caused by a ordered stoinch it will not
speedily cure. .
Pvsicians endorse and . use.it .
Ministers eive testitnonv of it efficacy !
And from all directions we reeeite tidirg of eures
Dypltia ." - - ' .
' 'tis sure to cure.
Heartburn! ' ' ;
One dose will cure.
- It has cured in hundreds of cases. -iJearfacae
and Jjitiine I
It stops in thirty minutes. .
Acidity 0 tk Stomach ;.-
It correots at once.
Ititiuj of the Food
It stops immediately.
Dtitrttt after rating !
Oae dose will remove, "
Cholera if orini I
. Kapidily yields to a few doses.
Will be changed with half a bottle.
It is Pcxfectly Hermless!!
It. nrprecedrnted success 1 owing to the fact that
It Cures br Assisting: a5r
TO RE-ASSERT HER SWAY i5 THETEMl
Kearjy evry dear ia the raited States sells ii
OSE DOLIyAU t'Elt COaTLC.
C. G. CLARK, & CO.. Proprietors,
' VIW BAVBM, eOKK.
HOLLADAY i CO, ao4 lloCRKERT 0.
Also for ade by MARSH CO, - . .
November I j, 138 S. '
EOerS. all kinds
T6T afmtilcine tht will ccr - t :
Coughs J v- - "
; InHusnza, r:r r
Tickling in the Thro it',
or relieve "
as quick as
: EQE'S COiM MISflU !
OVER ONE MILLION BOTTLES
bare been told and not a tingle instance of iti fail
ure is known. We bare, in our possession, any
Huiuuij 01 riinsamliome or tnemTrom
who bare nsed it in their practice,and given it the
pre-eminence over ever other oompoand.
It does not dry up a Cough
aoas to enable the patient to ezpectoiate freely.'
Two or three doses . ., ......
Will Invariably Cure ' Tickling in the
A balf bottle has often completely cured the
most Stubborn Cough , and yet, though it is so sure
and speedy in its operation, it is psrfeotly harm
less, being purely vegetable. It U a very agreea-.
blejjto the taste, and may be administered to chil
dren tf any age. - o : -
In cases of Croup we - will guaran
tee a cure if taken in season.
Nofamily should be without
It Is within lhe reach of all.lt betas the cheapest
and Wt medicine extaut. .
C. Q, CLARK & CO , Proprietors,
: KEW HAVEN, CO XX. . 5
A. S HOLLADAY & CO.. and W.H.
McCREERY. Brownnlle, -Nebraska.
General Agents. . , -. -4 .
jOn the European Plan,
Orpbsite" the Citv Hall and Park, (Cor. of Frank
fort St. ' - v ' - - NEW YORK.
Spacious Refectory .Bath Room and flarber's Shop .
Servants not allowee to receive Ptrqui$H.
Do not believe Runners or Hackmen who say we
are full. July 1st. I860. 1 year.
Lyon's Periodical Drops.
THE GREAT FEMALE RE ME-;
DY FOR IRREGULARITIES.
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These Drops are a sclentiflcallr compoended fluid
preparation, and better that, any Pills, Powders, or
Nostinms. Being liquid, their action la direct and
nnsitlr. rendering them a reliable, speedy and cer
tain specific for the cure of all obstructions and sup
pressions of nature. Tbeir popularity is indicated by
the fact that over 100 tOO bcttles are annually sold
and consumed by the ladies of the United Slates, eve
ry one of whom apeak in the strongest terms of praise
of tbeir treat merits. They are rapidly taking the
place of every other Female Remedy, and are consid
ered by atl who know aaght of them, as the surest sa
fest, and most tnfaf liable preparation in the world,
for the cure of all female complaints, the removal of
all obstructions of natureand the promotion of health
regularity and strength. Explicit diiectiona stating
when they may be nsed, and explaining when aad w&y
tbey abould not. nor could-not be used without .produ
cing effects contrary to nature's chosen laws, will be
found carefulryfoHeed around each bottle, with me
written signature ot OHi L. Lvow, without wbleb
none are genuine. '
Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LTOW, I5 Chapel Street
New Haven, Conn, who can be consulted either personally,-
by mad, (enclosing stamp ) concerning all
privato dUtae! and female weakness. Price $l,&o
per bottle. -" -- - .. . .
Sold by Druggists everywhere
, . . . C. G. CLARE &.CO.,
' ' Gen'l Agents fonU. S. and Canada
Jo'LLlXS Bros. St. lyitiis. ' ' t - Wholesale
L ller, Fixch & Fuller, Chicago. ) Agenta
A. S. HOLLADAY & CO., and W. H.
McCREERY,. Browuville. Nebraska,
General Agants. : .
s 'purely vegetable.
i Free from Mercury
gj . . AND
ALL miXERAL POISON,
pi And are, undoubtedly, the
Tfi ( best remedj- extant
iiil'K AD XERVOUS IIEADACHE!
y rs " ',.v .v virtue
or n pc:at flfttti'ty for the
tniK'oiix niembr.'tue f the bowels.
tler-by reinoving the causes. Asa
(hoy can have no rival, being com
. oel of the niot
Powerful Vegetable Extracts
which have Hrect action on the
SPLEEN AND LIVEB,
the Jippy effect f which cn le
eo ivfter one or two doses. They
It r move the Jtttc,
: i - .
In fact, they - are.- as-their name
"The Life-Giving Principle."
They search out disease and
stnkrnt its verv root, leavinx the
xvotem in lhe f"ull vigor of health;
nre PKKKKVTI.V HARMLESS TO
I S FA NTS, OR PERSONS OK TH E
MOST PKI.ICATE CONSTirU
TIONS, niui are a
SAFER, SURER AND BETTER
lhan bits ever before been available
to mankind, and, ting ilii.-kly SU-GAK-l'OATKl,MreesHally
ed as a KEM EDY FOR CU 1 LDK EN.
and erMoni who have a dread of
wallowing itiil Tj,eV ftre. 1U.
Vjuestion:liIy. one of otir most
PRINCE, WALTON & CO.,
(Suecessors to Dr. C. W. Roback.)
ITos. 66. 58, 60 & 53 East Third St,
Are Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Medicines
m- '' EVERYWHERE. '-
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at Elaroh Co'sljf
iiff nr ri- f if TlTCn OTHTrr
iud ur luz uuntu outlet
Passed at the First Session of tio Tlrtx-'-1'
O J'l --.
PWie JVo, 145
1 An Aftmrking a Grant of lands In alternate sectiosns
to aid tn tbe consticn and exteu.ion of (be Iron Moun
tain railroad, from Pnot atuob in the State of ACissourl
toHe'.ena, in Arkansas. v ,
Be it enacted ty te Senate and Jlonte of Jlepre
tentativct of the Uitited StaUt of America in Coh-t
greet assembled, ..
That there be and is bereby granted to Use State f
Missouri for tbe purpose of aiding; lu tbe construction
and exteuTlon or tbe Iron Nountaia - railroad from tbe
tbo present terminus at Pilot Knob to a point on the
Boundary line of tbe State of Xisseuri, every alternate
section of land, designated by odd numbers, for
tea sections in width on each side or said road ;
but in case it shall apper when tho rente of such
rovl is definitely fixed that the United States
have sold any sections or parts thereof .granted as
aforesaid, or that the right of pre-emption has at
tached to the same, then it shall be iuwful for any
ageUor agents to be appointed by the Governor
o: said State to select, subject to th approval of
the Secretary of the Interior, from the laads of
th United States nearest to the t ers of sections
above specified so much land in. section or parts
of sections, to ba selected as aforesiil, asshall be
equal to such lands as the United States have sold
or otherwise " appropriated or to which the rights
of pre-emption have attached, which lands thus
aeiected shall be held by the State of Missouri for
the use and purposes aloreaaidnd for none i-ther:
Provided, That the lands so located shall be with
in the Irouton land districtas now established and
not more than twenty miles from the line of said
road : And provided, farther, That all mineral
lands except those containing coal and Iron, and
any lands heretofore teseived to the United States
by any act of Congress or any other manner by com
potent authority for tha purpose of aiding in any
object of internal improvement, or for any other
purpose whatever; be, and the same are, reserved
to the United States from the operation of this act
except so far as it may be found necessary to locate
the routes of said railroad throjgh the same, in
which case the right of way be granted, subject to
tbeappproval of tbe President of the United States
See. 2. And be it further anaeted, That there,
be, and is hereby, granted to the State of Aarkan
sas, for tbe purpose of aiding in the construction
apd extension of a railroad from the point where
the Iron Mountain railroad interjects the southern
boundary line 01 Missouri, by the nearcLt and most
practicable route, to a point at or near the town of
Uelena, on the Missippi river, every alternate sec
tion of land, designated by odd numbers, fer ' ten
sections in width on each sido of said road : but in
case it shall appear wnen the line of said road is
definitly fixed, thai the United' ' States hare' 'sold
any sections or parts thereof, granted as aforesaid,
or that .he right of pre-einptioi has attached to the
same,tben it shall be lawful for any agent or agents
to be appointed by the Governor of said s'ate, to
select subject to tbe approval of tbe secretary 'of
the Interior, from the lands of the united states
nearest to the tiers of sections above specified so
much land, in alternate . sections, designated . as
aforesaid, as shall be equal to such lands ' as , the
United states have sold or otherwise appropriated,
or to which the rights of pre-emption have attached
which lands thus selected shall be held by the state
of Arkansas for the use and purposes aforesaid, and
for nono other ; Provided, That the land so selec
ted and located shall in no case be further than
twenty miles from the line of road whoa the same
shall be located: And providod further .that all
Mineral lands, except those containing coal and
iron, and any lands heretofore reserved to the net
ted states by any act of Congress, or in any object
of internal improvement , or for any other purpose
whatever, be and the same are , reserved to united
states from the operation of this act, except ; so far
as it may be found necessary to locate the routes
ofsaidrsiU ay through the same,' ia which case
the r.ght of wao only shall . be granted subject to
the approval of the Pre3;deni of the United states.
' See. 2, And be it enacted, That the sections and
Erts of sections ( land which shall romainto the
lited .States within tea miles on either side of
said road, vnd. the even sections and parts of sec
tions oorre?ponding to the odd ones selected within
twenty miles 01 tho some, shall not be sold for loss
than double the minium price of the public lands
when sold, nor shall iiny.of . the said lands becoina
subject to. private entry until t!e same ah&it have
been first ohored at public sale to the highest bid
der at or above the tn.nium prine as aporesald :
Provided, That actual bun fide settlors under the
pre-emption laws of tbe Uuited States. ina, after
the proof ot settlement, improveinao;, and occupa
tion as now provided by law, purchase the increas
ed minium price : and provided, also, That sellers
under tnr provisions ot tne nomesteaa - law, wno
comply with the terms and requirements of said
act, snail be entitled to patents lor an amount not
exceeing eighty aores each, anything in this act
to the contrary notwithJtandia j. "
Sec. 4. and be it further enacted.. That said
railroads shall be, and remain, pablic highways, so
far as the same may be constructed uuder this act
for the use of thegovernment of the United Stato
free of all toll or other caarg-.s upea tne transpor
tation of any property or troops of the United stats
and at the cost, ia all respects of said railroad com
panies; and the said roadc are hereby acquired to
beennstructed within tbe term of lire years from
and aftor the first day of July, anno Domni eigh
teen hundred and sixty-six. ,
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the
lands hereby granted to 8.1 iy states of Missouri
and Arkansassball be disposed of by said states for
the purpoce aforesaid only, and in. manner follow
ing, namely: Whenever the governor of either of
said states shall certify to the secretary of the In
terior that any section of ten consocutite miles of
either 01 said roads is completed in a good: sub
stantial, and workmanlike manner, as a first-cla
railroad, and tbe said Secretary saall be satisfied
that said state shalrbo satisfied that said state has
complied in good faith with this requirement ,tne
said- Secretary of the Interior shall issue to the
said state patents for all the lands granted and
selected as aforesaid: not exceeding ten seotions
cer mile, situated opposite to and within a limit
of twenty miles of the line os said section of road
thus completed, extending along the wbole length
of said completed section of ten miles of roid, and
nolnrther. And when the rorernor of said state
shall eeitify to the secretary of the Interior,, and
the secretary shall be satisfied that another section
of said road, ten consecutive miles in extent, con
necting with the proceeding section or with somo
other first-class railroad wuicn may be at tne tinn
in successful operation, is completed as aforesaid,
the said Secretary of the Interior -stuh usue to
the said patents for all tbe lands granted and sit
uated opposite to and withid the limits of twenty
miles of the line of said completed section of road
or roads, and extending tbe length ot said section
and no further, and not exceeding ten sections of
land per milo for all that part 01 said road thus
completed under the provisions of this act and the
act to which this is an amendment, ana so, from
time ti time, until raid roads and branches are
compleeted. And when the governor os said state
shall so ccrtifir. and the secretary or . the Intarior
shall be satisfied that the weole of any of said
roads and branches is completed in a good, sub
stantial, and workmanlike manner, as s first-clas
railroad . the said secretary of the Interior shall is
sue to the said State patents to the remaining lands
granted for and on account or said completed fold
and branches in this act, situated wihin tbe said
limits of twenty miles from the line thereof ,throa -rhout
the entirr length of said rond and bracchef
Provided, That no land shall be granted or convey
ed to said state under the provisions of this act on
account of the construction of any railroad or part
thereof that has been constructed under' tho pro
visions of any other act a, tne date of the passage
of this act, and as adopted as a part of the line of
railroad provided for in this aot. And provided
further, That nothing herein contained shall in
terfero with any existing right acquired 'under
any law of Congress heretofore enacted making
grants of land to the said States of Missouri rod
Arkansas to aid in the construction:' of railroads
And provided furthervThat should 3id.Sttej or
or oitber of them fail to complete the roads herein
recited within the time proscribed by . this act, then
the Irnds undisputed of, as aforcipr. within the
States so failing shall revert . to the LnfteU SUtee
Sec. 0. Ana oe it lurtner eoacted.That so
soon as the governor of either of the states ! shall
file or cause to be filed with the secretary of the
Interior mape designating the routes of said roads
herein mcntioaed, then it shall be the duty of tho
Secretary of the Interior to wi thdraw from market
the lands embraced within the provisions of this
Sec; 7. And be it further emcted. That noth
mg contained in uu tt ,uu uo ueiu as vesting
i th :!te of Arkansas titlo to the lands herein
,muA far the trust purpose aforesaid, or authori
sing said state to matte any uisposi tioa 01 tne same
nntl said stato shall be restored in all rpects to
its former relation to the national government and
be represented in the Coneress ottie united stales
Inint.Hl JO T4.1SDO.
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Public Resolution, No; 34
Joint Resolution piotesting against Pardons
Eoreign Governments of Persons convictied of in-
. . . . r r- . ., . ,
fameus Offences, on condition of Emisratlon tb the
fameus Offences, on condition of Emigration tb th
United States. -
Whereas it appears from ofncal correspondence
that th (-'authorities of B?sle!anf, a canton in Swit
xerland. bave recenttyjundertaken to pardon a per
son convicted of murder on the condition that ha
would emigrate to America, meaning thereby the
United States ; and there is reason to believe thai
similar pardons of persons convicted of infamous
offences bare been granted in other countries: Now
tberefpro, ."' !'"..'. V
Be it retolved by the Senate and House of Rep
retentativet of the United State of America ta
Congrett Attembltd, ,
-Tha tfco Congress el tho. LVtedSUehurrotests
itl theoomitv of nations: and hereby requests the
Pm idea's of the- United State to causa -a -copy J
r this protest to be communicated to the representa
tives of the United states. ia loreign eouatrtes.witn
instructions toiesentit to the govenmects rpwher
ther are accredited respectively ,and to insist that
no such sjots shall,r under any circumstances, be "re
peated t-. I Approved April 17,1866. ' j.
( Public Resolution,' JVo. 25-)
A Resolution for the temporary' hvelief of
tue People ia the District of Columbia. . . r
I Be it retolved by the Senate and Ilovte of Repre
sentative of the United Slater of America tV'W
That the sura of twenty-five thousand dollars be,
and thesame is hereby, appropriated I out of ny
money" iu the treasury not otherwise appropriated,
for the temporary relief of the destitute population
in the District. of olumbia,to bo expended under
the direction of the Commissioner of Preedinens
Bureau. Approved, April 17 ,1865. ,
; :; PublieResolutioniM-) -
Joint Resolution appointing Managers for tho Na
tional Asylum forDjBUbled Volunteer soldieis.
I Retolved Iy the Senate and Jlomte of Repretcnta
tivetoftht b nited Statet of America in Conqrettat-
euuUdiJ ' -. . ... : j
. That the fellowing persons be, and they art
hereby, appointed manaCers of the ' National Asy
lum for disabled volunteer soldiers, under tho pro
Tiions and conditions of the third section of the
Act approved March twenty-three, eighteen hund
red and sixey-six; Richard J Oirlesbv. of Illinois.
Benjamin F Hutler, of Massachusetts , and Fredor- i
lox smith , of ew Hampshire, pf tbe first class, to
serve six years; Lewis B Gunkle, of Ohio, Jay Cook
of Pennsylvania, and P Joseph Osferhaus, of Mis
souri, of the second class, to unre four years; John
H Martindale, of New York, Horatio O Stebbins.of
California, and George II Walker, of the third
class , to serve two years.
Approved, April 21, Id66.f r i ' T
. , , " Public Resolution No . 27. .
Joint Resolution expressive to the Thanks of Con
: gress to Major Geueral Winfield S Hancock. '
Retolved by the Setate and Houte of Rejiretenla
tivet ot the United St ate t of America in Congrett
Alternate ,.v : "j . :
That, in ad dition to the thanks heaetofore voted by
joint resolution, approvod January twenty-eighth,
eightoen hundred and sixt-lour, to Major-General
Oeorge O M&tdey Major-General Oliver 0 Howard,
and to tbe otficeis and soldi eas of thearmy of the
Potomac, for tbe tkill aud heroic valor which at
Gettysburg repulsed , defea ted, and drove back bro
ken and dispirited the veteran army ef the rebell
ion, the gratitute of the American people and the
thanks of their representatives in Congress are
likewise due, and ar hereby tendered, to Maj r
Ueneral Win i fie Id S Hancoek , for his galiaat mer
itorious, and conspicuous share in that great and
decisive victory. Approved, April 21,1863. .
rt -,r Public No.'l9jJi Wl:.,
An Act concerning certain Lands granted to the
State of Nrvada.
Be it ep acted by tbe Senate and Hiuse of Represen .
tatives of the Uuited Slates of America in Congre:
That the appropriation by the constitution ' of the
Stato of Nevada to eduoational purposes of the
five hundred theusand acresof land granted to said
State by the law of September fourth, eighteen
hundred and forty-one. for purposes 'of internal
improvement, is hereby approved and confirmed.
see. I. Ana Da it mriner enactea. That, land
equal in amount ta seventy-two entire sections.' for
tho establishment and maintenance of a university
in said state, is hereby granted to too stato ef ; Ne
vada. .... ... .. . .
Soc. 3. And bo it further enacted, That the
Srant mad by law of tas s .-condday of July,eih-
teeq hundred sad sixty-two,.. t to eacn.state.ot Unl
equal to thirty thousand acres of its senators and
representaiivos iu wuugm,ia wkuuot to 1111 suite
of Nevada, and the diversion of the-: procoeds of
these lands in .Nevada from the teaohiqgof agri
culture and mechanio arts to that of the theory and
practice of mining is allowed and authorized with
r . - i- : r J .
out causing a lorieiiurj 01 aiii uut.
Sec:' 4. And be it further enacted, That the
President ol the United Statei, ; by and with the
advice and consent of the Senate, shall be, and he
is hereby, autaorisad to appoint, a surveyor gener
al for NobaJa, who 'shall locate his office at 4uoh
place as tho secretary o. tne interior shall from
time to time Qircct, waoso coinjfeusauon snail do
three t ionsand dollars per annum, and whose du
ties, powers, obligations, responsibilities, and al
lowances for clerk hire, rent, fuel and incidental
expenses shall be the sama as those of tbe survey
or general of Oregod, under the discretion of tha
secretary of the Interior, and such instructions as
he m iy troai tim to time tnetn . 11 aarjsame to
give him. .
Aec.a. Aad be it iurtnor enactea, inat tne ex
tending the surveys of the publio lands in the state
of jVovada, the secretary of tee Interior may, in
his discretion vary the lines of the subdivision
from a rectangular sorm, to suit the circumstances
of tbe oountry; but in all cases laaij valuable for
mines of gold, surer , quicksilver, or copper shall
be reserved from sale.
Sec 6. And bK it further enacted That until
the Stato of Nevada shall have received her full
quota of lands named in the &tetf second, and third
sections or this act, tno public ian is in tne state 01
Nevaad shall not bo subject to entry, sale, or loca
tion under any law cf the United stateo, or any
srip or warrants issuod in pursuance of nnv such
law except the homestead aot. ot May, twentieth,
eighteen hundred and sixty-two, and acts amend
atory thereto, and the-acts granting and regula
tion pre-emptions, but shall be reserved exclusive
ly for entry by the said state for period of two years
after such survey shall have been made: Provided,
That said state shall seloct said lands in her own
name and right, in tracts of not less than forty
acres, aud dispose of the same in tracts not exceed
ing three hundred and twenty acres, onIX to actu
al settlers and bona fide occupants, And provided
further, That city and town property shall not bo
subject to selection under mis act; Ana provided
further, That this section shall not be construed to
intcrefsre with or impair tnenznts herciolo-e ac
quired under any law of Congress.
Approvea,juiy 4, iojj.
' (Public Resolution JVo. 52.)
A Resolution tt provide for the Payment of Bounty
to certain Indian Regiments .
Resolved by the Senate and House of
Representatives., of . the United Steles of
V ' - .. 1.1. J
Jlmerica in congress asszmuieu
That theI3ecretary of War bo, aud be is hereby author
leed and required to cause to De paia 10 toe en:istea
men of the first, seoond, aud third Indian Bagimenta
the bounty of one hnndrel d -liars, under tbe same re-
stiictlons aa now determtnet the payment of bounty
to other volunteers In the service of the United States
ApprOTCd, July 13. 1358
public EEsonrriow SO. 61
A Resolution explanatory of, and in addition to , tbe
Act of May fifth, eighteen hundred and aixty.four, en
titled ' Ab Act granting Lands to aid in the Constric
tion of cortain Ratlroada 1 1 Wisconsin."
Be it enacted by the Senate and Hocue of Repret
entativet of the United Statet of Amjrtca inCon
greti Assembled, -,
That the woids "in a north-western direction," in the
tnird section of the act entitled 'An act granting lands
Ut aid in tbe construction of Certain railroads in the
State of Wisconsin," ap, roved Kay fifth, eighteen bun
dred and s.xty-four shall, withut forfeiture to said
Slate, or its assigns, of any rights or beneats under
said actjor exemption from any or the conditions or
obligations imposed thereby, be construed to author
ise tbe location of the line of sold road, in Said third
section pro v id for, along and upon the fnilowin route,
tbat is to say from the city of Portage, by the way of
the city of Ripon, in the county of Fotd du;Lc, and the
city ot Beriin, in the crunry of Green Lake, to Ttev
en's Point, and thence to Bayneld, and be nee to Su
perior, on Lake Sup, lor. Aud tbe Legislature of the
said State of Wisconsin, bavin;, in and by an act enti
tied "An act to Incorporate the Po tige and Superior
Railroad Company, and to execute tbe trust creatsd by
aectiou three of the act ot Oongress entitled "An act
grading lands to aid in tne constrnc iun of certain
railroads in the State of Wescossin,' approved May 6.
eighteen hundred and sixty-four,' approved April,
ehteen hundred and sixty-six, authorize! and reius
red tbe said Portage and Superior Railroad Compan to
construct the line of 1 aid In the said third sect ion of
the said act of Congress provided forjnpon and along
the rocte hereinbefore set-forth, and descr.bed, the
Congress of tbe United Stales hereby given its assent
to the route of the said railroad, as tbe same is here
inbefore described, and set forth, and consoata to the
selection and application eftae land granted to Uus
State ot Wiscon.-d2 br the third section of the said act
of 'Congress hereinberore mentioned, Tor and to the liu
of'ibe said railroad, as the same is hereinbefore de
fined, and descrioed, in the same manner and with the
same effect as if the said railroad was Ircatad ana con
..ructn stnet feffieTtuVS tC! To
prescribed lath said thU
C""!8: ' il.r.l1',11 ti'.lllX:,..to.
give the assent of the Uuited Stated to the disposition
made by the Legisiainre or me oiae or wisconsiu ot
tbe land grant herein referred to, and ;. thl change of
ut lof . 7"cal.DB ""l8 l rM
. ted. and not to make any other disposition, change or
1 yr.l .t .,,-,.1,. ' m
route for the railroad in aid of which tbe same isgraa
alteration of the grant aforesaid.
Approved. Jane?l. 1SSS.
. - - t I J . - . .
, . ;t rp Public- -Not 167. v A '
An Act granting Lands to the State of Oregon te aid in
tbe Construction oi a Military &oad from Corvaltis 'to
the Acq,uinna Cay.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of R ep-
resentatives of the United Status of. AmerioA i n
Congress Assembled, . . :.-!?
That there be. and is hereby, rraoted U tb- State .of
I Oregon, to aid la the couatrocUoa of a military waroa
T.lnaU & . fT! tt. TTTTfrblT .TT.TTTm A W TP
IV iTiiill la .W VU U AVA Ai- IX Ai-fl iaAAa. Uy iX XX. L
roaiUMoutta tawa-PL-CarralUi. U .lhe,Aca.TUnua. JjyA
ttnw alternate rtloD-tr -MKimjfr-latt
imiiKiii.nM nnnihr. , and not more man six
miles from said road Provide. Toat the land hweby
granted shall be exclasivelr applied sathe constTUtf
tioa of said road, and shell fce exclwlvsly applied, ia
the construction f said rol i and - Shalt be applied to
other pnrpoes whatever : And provided further .
That ay aaa'alt lands heretofore reserved to the Unit
mA a,.... v- ... r..imrriuH-a uther cotsmtteat antaor
iy, be, and the same ary, TeT-erven rrorn Tm-TwrTvroruU)n yi iriWLt . rro"iii i:8Ja ia? orij
ti ihi n .Tunt. r far as it miy be necessary to lo
cate tnerocte of said, roai tnrougti tbe same, in wblcb
case tbe right of way l-rantei,. : : r - : ;
, A'se. J. And nett enacted. ybt tbe said lands aereby
granted to said State shall he disposed of by tbe legis
lature thereof for the porpo.-e atvyesaid, and for no oth
ter; and tle said road shall be aud remain a public
binhwar for the use of " tbe governm'St of the United
States, free from tall or ettj!r charfes tyiM-tbs trans
poi tat ion of any property, troopts, f miiie T(ui wa
iei bijuu. ... ..... - - '
So-i,-AAbe iteBa4,-TiMit"i JliUW-H,f
constructed with suck iradnation ' and bridges as to its
regular use as r wagoo roao. and In . such other special
manner as the State of Oregon may prescribe.
Sec. 4. And beit further enacted. That the lands
hereby grrnVed-Wa Sta:hal e dispedt only
in the following manner, that is to tay: when the gov
ernor of said State shall ce rtlfy to tbe Secretary of the
Interior that aal teo Contiguous miles of said road are
coopletod, thsu a Quantity of land hereby grtnted co
terminous f Bid comptetee pirtloa of saldToad; nyt
to exceod thirty sections may os aal, a'id so from
time to time tyUil said road is completed; and if said
read Is not completed within" tire years, no farther
sales ahail be made, arl tbe ?atid retua.n u&sold
ahall revert to tbo Uuited Spates.
a ( w 1 . m au
PublicNo. 169. --:. -tv ,
An Act to provide for the Di-psal of certala Lands
: ; : T T '.' 5- f therein named.
: Be H enacted by the Senate and House of Rcprwrn
tativet of the United Statet of Americn in Congresi
That the Commissioner pf the General Land.,0.1!ce e,
and he. is hereby authorised to canse to be offered at
public auction all the unsold lota ef tbat portion of the
public domain known aa ine Port H ward Military Re
serve, which Is situated in thecaanty ot Drown, and
State of Wisconsin giving not less, than twe months'
notice of the rime awl place of such sale, by- adverti
sing the same in puch newspapers and for such period
of time as he may deem bast. very such lot shall be
aold separately to the highest bidJer or .cash. : and
wbeu nutpaid for within twenty-roar hour from the
tipie of purchase, It shall be liable to be re-wl t cmdar
of tbe t!omaiiiUuier of the General Land Office afore
said, at such reasonable minimum as may be fixed by
tbe Secretary of the Intej iar, and no sale shall be bind
ing until approved by tbat officer. . t -
Sec. t. - and be it further enacted, That -tt shatt bw
the doty of the President to cause patenia to be issned
in due form of law for each and every such lot. as soon
aa may be arter lee purchase of and payment for the
same. .... Ap,roved, Jaiy4,tSS8.. ... v :
An Act to provide for the paymont of the sixth, eighth
and eleventh Regiments of Ohio Volunteer Militia of
Cincinnati, Bard'a Company of Cavalry, and Paalson's
Battery, during th6 time they were in the Service of
tbe United States, in 136 J. - -
Be it enacted by the Senate and Houte of Rtprttert'
taiivt of the UnUtd Statu of America in Congrett
Tbat tho officers and men of tlt slsih, eighth, and e"e
venth regiments of Ohio volunteer militia, and of Cap.
S. w. Bard's company of cavalry, and ot Captain .ugua
Paulsen 's battery, or Cincinnati, ordered into tbe ser
vice of the United States, at Cincinnati Ohio, on the
second day of September, eighteen hundred and sixty
twe, notwithstanding any irreml irlty lu their muster
iuto tbe service of the Uniied Srate , be paid for the
tim ethe officers and men were actually in the service
respectively, nt bowevir to exceel the period or SI
days. J Appp-ovoJ, Jaly 6, 1SW , .
PUBHU No. 17T.
An Actr::ing tf Pilots and Pilot Rojnlations.
Pe It enacted by the Senate and House M Represeu
trtives of the United States of America in Congress
Thjt no rega!ations or provisions shall be adopted by
any State of the united Slates of. America which shall
make any discrimination in the rate of pilo'age or talf
pilotage between vessels sailing between the ports of
oneSta'e and vessels failing between the ports of dif
ferent States i er ani discrimination agalut( -vessels
propelled' m-while or in part' by ieam, or'-agatast n-
tional vessels of the Unitod States, and alt exixttu; re
guJations or provisions making any such d.scrioilua-
Uon, as harem meutionex, ae'- hereby
f it i i 'i: .'.
aorited. . Approved, July 13 lSGf
rUBLC No. 173
An Act to amend "an act making a gram of Lar.dt io
the State or Minnesota 10 aid in the Construction cf
the KailacS'l Iroui auj'aui to 4,11c e Snperiorr' approv
ed Msy. nft, eighteen bBuoredand Sixty-tour.-;
lie it enacted by t'40 Senate and House of Repres
entatives of the Lotted states of 4mori& u Con
gress Assembled, .
That section one of the act entitled "An act making a
grant or lands to the State of Minnesota to aid la the
construction of the railroad from Saint Paul to Lake
Superior," approved. May ttfth, eighteen hundred and
sixty-four, bo aineutied by adding thereto the following
provided turther, That lu case it shall appear, when
the line of the Lake Superior and MUsippi railroad is
deanite!y Tocated, that the quantity of land intended
to be granted by the said act in aid of the construction
of the said road-thai t by reason of the line thejeof near
the bouncry hue or the saia State ot Minnesoto, the
said company seal I be emitted U take from other pub
lic lands Mt the United Slates within thirty miles of
the west I ine of said road 6uch an imouu) of lands as
shall make up such dedcloocy: Provided, That the sam
shall be taken in alternate odd 'sections as provided
for in jaid act. Approved, July 13. 1378.
Public No'" 179;
An Act to extent to certain Persons tbe Privileie of
Admissien, in certain Case, to tbe United States Gov
ernment Asylum for the Insane. .. ,.
Be it enacted by the Senate and TJouso of Rep
resentatives of the United States of America in
Tbat civilians employed in the service of the United
Spates , id the quartermaster's department and the sub
aistence department of the army, who may be er msy
oereatter become, insane while tn aucii employment,
khall be admitted in nn tbo order of tne Secretary of
War. the sam) as belonging to the army and navy, to
the benedts of the asylvm for tbe Insane In the Dis
ttictof Coiuoma, as now provided by law in reference
to soldiers and sailors in the army and navy.
Sec. 1. Aud be It further enacted, That the tolliw
inj classes of persods. under the following ctrcum t ta
ct's sha'l be entitled to ad ui-s'.t i to said asylum on
the order on the Secretary or War, If la tho army, er
the Secretary ot theXaro If in tho navy, to wit :
7 First. Me" who, while in tee t erviceof tbe United
States, in the army or navy, bave been admitted loaaid
assium. and have been thereafter discharged there
from on tbe supposition thas they had recoyered their
reason, and have, within three years after such discha
ged, become again insane from causes existing at the
time of such dicha.ge, and have no adequate mtan3 of
Seconds Indigent insane persons, win have been In
the same service aud teen Sischarged therefrom on
account of disability arising from such insanity,... .
Third. Indigent insane persons, wii j hve become
insane within three years after discharge from such
service from causes which arose during and Mere pro
duced by said service. Approved, July J3, IStJ
:. " - . PUBUC Xo 183 .
An Act to provide for making the Town of Whitehall,
Now Turk, a Port of Delivery.
Be it enacted by the Senate and Houte nf .Rrp
reienlativet oftha United Stottee 0 America us Con
grett at templed,
That the town of Whitehall, in the State of Xw York
which.by existing law is a port through which import,
ed merchandise may be exported in bond and for draw
back to the adjacent British North American province a
bo, and tbe same is hereby, constituted a port of deliv
ery with!h the-ol taction district of Caa;iain, and thtt
a'deputy colleetur, as now authorixel by law, shall
there Ji-ide. who hli receive the same eo npen-ation
as is now paid to tbe deputy collector now stationed at
that p.rt. Approved, July 13. 186S
,. Public No. 181
An Act te extend tbe Benefits of Section four of an Act
making Approprialieti rot the support of tha Army for
tbe year en lin? Jare thirtieth, eigh'en hundjelani
sixty-six, app.ovei March third, etga.eed hundred and
Be U t Attend bj the Senate and House of Reprettn
tativet of the Untied Statet of America in Congrett
Alternated ' ;.-
Thkt sectien four of an set entitted "Ai act'rflikinw i
cropriaiions aor me auppri or iijp . army fer the year
ending Jose thirtieth, eighteen buodicdacd sixty-six'
d o cvHsireea as so enut:e io-netoree rK(iiii' pay
proper, provide I for therein, all otnceri of volunteers
below tbe rank of orizaliar-general wo-, were ln ssr
ice on tbe third day of March, eighteen hundred and
sixty-five, and wboe resignations were presented and
accepteder.who were mustered out at .heir ewa re
quosV or otherwls e hocorary discharged from the ser
vice arter tbe mneth aay . of April, eighteen hundred
and sixty-live, i Approved, July U, I3t6.
V ' Public Xo. 1S3.) :' ;
An Act reatiug to Lands gjanted to tbe Seated M.'hne
so:a to Aid in the constructing Railroads.
Be it enacted by the Senate and Eoute of Reprtt
tntivrs of the United Statet of Atxtricain Crr,.;reti
That wueaorer it shall appear Ahxi the Unit sStates
nave boiu or ai?poea or any an U. gTanteJ to the Ter
ritory o. state of Miauesoi for the vnrpoee of aiding
in iuo toasiruciion or tallraads after the d-flaite lo-
cation of. tha, tne t road, aad btfr the '
' "" '.m InUu 00 landV
from any of the lands of .he
State, .ubjt to sale being odd nnmbere -
lions, within twenty miles of the line cf tbe pror
roaa, a ijuau.iiy 01 tana equal 10 that so told or uispo
ed of. and tbe lands o selected shall be submitted for
those ao aotd or disposed of by the Tfiited States, and
nay b disposed or by said State in? a' respects as if tad
aab.tituted lands had been parcel of tbe original grant
to the State. Provided, hswjver Tuat n.ithing herein
contained ahall bo i construe I a to d!minisj"the bnan
titrof land granted hi act.ct ilj Cfih. eiItcftii baud
red and sixty-fonr, to the State of M.nues ta to aid la '
the Constroctioa of a railroad froat St. Paul to Lake
Oiz. 2 And be it further eicte.J, That the "IttoT
named la the act granting lauds to the Territory of
Minneaota to aid in tiw e-ntir ocio of a;rUiu Mil
road "fauna St Paul and.. .rum. Sjlut AJUtiicny. ty. the
way of Minneapolis, ti a convenient point oijunctioa
west cf tbe Misiasitp4 river, to the southern bounda
ry of the Territory,' approved March tMrd, eighteen
toalred aad fl;ty-ertn, Ut the cons truclioa and coa-
- ' --at
p:eJlciUjfjA!lr.?a.J.ls hfrTJltteaIJ.'r. sem .years,,
I rca- paage 1 1 hi act. :
Sec. . And be-lt futher-eict'f Tail all the land
heretofore gcaaist ta the Taritory ant Slate" of Min
nesota to aid tn tha construction of ratirsads, ahall b.j
certified to said State by tfce Secretary of tbe Interim
from time to time, whenever any ot Stfdjroads shall ba,
iaSnitaly licued.an l s ill bidisoo ed of b sai4 stats',
lu tbe taARuer, ao-i npu the eonditlont - prevldsd la tha -
particular act granting ibe tame, as m di3ad by . tae
inal a uantitr aranted to aid the construction of any
road has be iacra.eV-th qtaatLy. aaibirizei te be
sold ffcrtf timettim itiUli a nrr era d frxspond, .
Irtgiy: And provided farther. That 0n completiei f
aov tea mileacf roai, the State may sell one balf the
qnantito ef Iahda,wh!5t aal-t S.5xa anthqriryi te dis
pose of on'the conab etha ot twenty railed
Sec 4 Ant be it further enacted-Tbat ta linia grai
teby anyactof oofess-t the Stata". ot !nnoia.
toaip ia the contructtoa cf railroad- in Mvi-stt,
nL-fr la olace. on K-ruiiiini i- c "uir
,baU ni-fce-Hpoie4 vf aatil.tbe tovl s'lallfre.
MRmMtM thrftos'h and eote'minou withinr san :
B.ovided, however. That this provision shall aoi x
tetd to any lands auth ried tbe-Uksn?t biXI
deficiencies. ' - ? ' - T C-. '. .T
8. AadTbrlt further enacted. Tkat ao snaA Af.
apv act as conflicts with the prtrvis'ons of this act if
terehy repeated- Approredt Jn!y 1J. 13S
: Wt c No. ,176 )
AU Act maklnf Appropriatlja for th S ipport nt the
Army for the Tear indlnr Th'Ttleth of June ei$bten "
hundred and sixty-seven, snl ror other purpoie
i Be itentfrfadbe S'nnt nnd FT" Reprt
eiuteivtt of V 'netect Statet of America in Conjret
amembtetl, r -
That th following u-? be. aaJ thla-n- hereby
appropriated. onJof any money tn the trnry not oife
rl appripria'e 1. 1 the "U-v f I tf tb army fr ,
th year en tins tM thirtieth of- Jane, el r?itia hail-
red and sixty-seven.
ror expenses of reemttmg. transportation of rcr arts
andcompeniUon toit'iei surgenns for msdiaal at
tendance, three htndredttrnwwd d-llar. -
Tor pT of Jh army . ten mU Una svea hunIr4 aal
twelve thousand "and fl'ty-fwo ffntTaf.
For comm-itation of officers subststenc. n mllJIi
six hundred and flf-!x-0 thousand flv hundred -eleven
dollars an 1 fifty cents. i '
Por eommntatlon of forage for officers' horse.
hundred and five thonaul two hundred dollar.
For payment In lieu of clothing for efflder'a se-vaats
on bandred and tflne'y-oo.e thouar.d aeve; hindr4
and sixty six dollars.
For payments ta Disbar aoldiee for cl .Uuaa; Bit
drawn, one hundred and fifty thasanddilari. . ;.
' ror snbsiatence lnklnd for rerulars and vo tun tears , -fir
million three hundred and.oo t!nesncT six h-ja-i
red and twenty five dollars.
ror the regular snoolie of lh qn-t-n'ster'a d
partmen, consisting of fuel for- the ofiTerSi- -enlist-!
men. guard, hnspsUls. storehones, and rfilcars; f
forage in kind for the horses, rautev an cm- f th
qnarmastera department at the sever I posts anl sta
tions and with th armies in th field; iot the hrse
of tb several regiments of cavalry, th batti!e ef
artillery, and such compante of ibfanlry as may b
mounted, and tor ih autbo ixad number ofnesra
horses when serving in tee field and at tbe outposts.
Including bedding- for aaiuiala; of. straw for soldiars
bedding, and f sUtionery. Including blank bk for
the eurtermister's dipvtmtnt certifljUe ol dlsaa'
ged soldier blank form for Ah pay and qnariem
ter'a departments; and for printing of division anJ d
partment orders and reports, foar million en hnnd
redand thirty-four thousand foar hunlrd and njas'.y
nin do'.lara an 1 thirty th-ei cents .
For the incidental exjeiMi of the naarterwjj'sr's
dspartmcrit, consisfinx of p-ntau cn l:trt and dack -ages
receivediand sent by onVers of the army on pubMe
service; expense of coarts-mrtlal. millta-y eomaii.
slons, and courts of inquiry. Including the additional,
compensation of Judge advocites, reorders. member,
and witnesses, while on tbat service; under the act r
msrch sixteenth, eizh'een hundred and tw., extra pay,
to Soldiers employed under the direction th quar
termaster's d epartmeut, In the erection of barrack,
quarters, storehouses, and hospitals: la the Construc
tion 0 roAd. and on other constant labor, for period
of not less fian ten days, under the acts oT March 3d
e'ghteen huncrrel and nlneten, and Anguit fourth,.
Hsh'eea hundred and flrty.four,lncludiBg tlios era,
pioyd as clerks at dirisiio anl depsrtmiat hevlqi ar
tors; expenses of ex; r ses to and fromthe frontier
posti and armies iu the f ' I; of escorts to pnynrter
and other disbursing officers and trains where m litary
escorts cannot b furnished; eip'n-1- of th Interment
of f facer k lied In a t oa ow:diowhen on duty It
the field, or at posts on the fronrs, or at other post a
and places when ordeted by to 8 xre'sry of War, and
of non-coraailssi ce I officers and tolSier; autarisl
office furniture, hire of laborers in th qnartermastar.
department, Including the hi e of interpreters, spik
and guides for the a'm; tompensatloo of clerk t
officers of the quartermasters department compeast
tion of forage and wsgn masters, .. authiriied bytl. j
act of July fifUi,. eighteen, bundrvd ani.tlurty iU
for tbo apprehension of deserters, and the expenses In
cident to their pursuit and far rUte following expendi
tures requred-for the several res Iment of cvalry.
the batter ies ot light artltlery, anTsuc:u cempaot, of
Infantry as may be mounted, vis : the p-irshas? ti trav
elmg forge, blacksmiths' sal shoeing tools, horse
and mule shoes and nail.. iron and stsel for shneitv
and steel for shoeing, birol veterinary surgens.Bt
iciaes for horses and male', pic'ini ropes, trvl f r ph
Jug the horses ot the corps named; also, generally, to
proper aad authorized expenses for th movements an t
operations of an army not ezpiesxly a-signd ts any
other dt partment, one million dot lar,.
For the pnrchas of cavalry and artillery hor;es,?e
cn hundred and thirteen thousand dollars
ror tran-pjrtationof otajers' bagjize, fifteen l"i-)t;
For transportation of the aitay. including the tai
gsga of tbe troops when moovlng, either bylaplr
water ; of clothing, camp, and garrison eqnipaie. f raw
the depots at Philadelphia, Cint innatti, and Xsw Trk
to the several posts and army depo's, and from those
depots to ibe troops in the field; and of susistence stors
from, the places cf purchase an I from tbe place of de
livery under contract, to sueh place as the circumstan
ces ot tbe service may reqal-Ohetn to be seat; of or
dnance, ordnance slor.and s.nall aror, for fonnJar
crs aed armories to the arsenals. fl)rti.1:tlrns, font
ler pos's, aud army depots; frslghia, wharfage. tolU,
anl feniages , for drsyag ana ctrtsge at the several
posts; tire of teamster; transportation of funds for
the pay and other disbui lg department. ... .
ror hire ef commutation quartar for officers on mil
itary duty hire ot qjarters tor troops of aioreh us
for the saf keeping o mititsry storet; of ground of
ammsr cantonmtnts , for the mouructloa of tonpo-
rary huts, hospital, and for repairing public builJing
at estab'lshel poMs, six hundred and twenty-four
thousand and thirty eight dollar
For contingencies of the army era hundred thouaaad
For the medical and hespltal department, five hund
red thousand dol liars. '
For repairs and impr rem?nts at afatmals. inc'udlng
new. and additions to pre-nt buildings, and machin
ery , toolo, and nx'ures, fi t thou n I dollar.
ror purchase ot site and erecilou of mititloi fjt
storing gunpowder, two hundred thousand dollars. .
For th purchase of und fur cnUrging th Water-
velvet aneaal, thirty thousand dnllar
5jc. 2 And bs It furthar enatts I. That th sam of
o ha: d e ' aa fo t. -lt tnusand ollars b.rad 1 1
taue s hereby p ropr ated t t a cuoiersintho
trjrsnry not wtboi w.s approi t ated' to b disbcr.4
by the Sec etaiy of War in the erection of Ore p-o-f
bui diDga at or near S.h lyikill araeaal la tq tai f
Pennsylvused to b used as storehouse for govern
ment paoperty at that post. .
Sec. 3. And bo It enacted that the following aoois
be and the same are hereby appropriated, out of any
money in th treasury not otperwiie appropriated,fr
the supportof the bureau of Itofa-reai. rreedmn anl
Abandoned L'.nds for the fiscil y;r commenciag Jaly
flrt, ighteen houdral an t lxtyix. namely . . .
The saiunes of asmstant cernmlasiouer. 3 hsad-
red and forty-seven thousand dollar -
For salaries of clerks, eighty two thousand tUl
For stati mary aal printing, slx'.y-thrse thousand
ror quarters and fuel, fifteen thousand nine hundred
ror doffing for distribution, one million pnhusd
red and seven' y thousand dollars.
. For ommliaary st rcs, three mli'lon o&e hundred
and sixty thousand two hundred and fi'ty datraci
- Form;dl:al department, five hundred thousane-dtV
Por trrnsporlatieu, ooe million three hundred and
twenty thousand dal lam
rot achool superintendents, tweuty-ous. tbousiud
dollars . 1 , r -.'!?.
ror repairs and rent cf scheol-hohes and aiyluna ,
five huuured thou aud dollars. . .. . ... a
For telegraphing, el htea thousand dollars.
Sec-4, Anl bj it further nactat. That th Quar
termaster a department aba 1 ta all cases in obtaining
supplies for miltury sarvict, state tn advertisement
for bldt for contracts, that a preference tba.'i t given
to article of dom. at c produeiw-id moaur,
conditions of price aul quality bingoqua!, and tint
sncu drefereuce shall be given to srtiuc of Aoiicatt
manutacturr, pridoccd un tb paoO: oul, t 1 he ex
tent of the evnsu.n)ptuntrequlrcd by U- poaiie service
'here; and in advertising t.r army sspplies the Q iar
termastei'' depirtm-nt stall requu all aru.!
which are to be need in the Xtate and Tarriv rie f
tbe Pacific coast tc be delivered acd Inspected at idiots
ilesignated in tbo Stat oa a t-t Tarritrtvs; t ad
vertisement for such aupplie thall.be pl:ibd In
uewspapcri of the cities of Saa I'xt.o saCaiifoiui
and Prtiatd, In Oresou-' J ' '
Sect Aad be it further f nt-UX Tb.il Si-'.Ln seveu
teen of an actentitlel "An act to lis, p. y ail
emotameaiAuf ertaiacaV:eruOcer4 t.Sjiy. "ap
proved July even eeiith, eiiUteen buudred aad s xty
two, and a resolution entitled ' A rei-jlutica fc author
iso tb Preaident to assign the command ot troops la
tbe sam? fie d or department, to officer of tha a n
gTd without regard t. seniority," approved. AprU
furth,Ugh:eei LauJred axd ixty-twj sU tb
same are berty repealed And no officer in tha vo
tary or narai aervice soul is Uma or fca, dn
cd from Mnnce except u'fau aud ia p ;ruarft j xum
seutence of a cjur.-irt.al i that C?ct, Id ouit
mutation thereof. . , ; . j
Sic. . And r,e it further enact1 That lh sa;rs3
thud nt of t'ao United Stte Miiitarr Academy tuy
hereaftc b seiectl, an-a the offi :rs on imy al al
laititatiou Ceiill from any arm of the. wri:. f anl
th 4 supervision aivlsbarge of the Aeusay s - j o is
the War Department under foch offi cr or cUera. aa
the Secretary or War may assist ta that duty
Sec. 8. And be t further euacted . ha th a'Uw.
n.w nula by law to p.Ujs traveling, waisr oruvr
wbere tran.-p .rtati hi u 101 f aruui.J -a kiad aha'.l bj
lCO easel t ten centa dr m M
Approved,, July -13, tSSl ;.; lL'd i0
DISSOLUTION OF COPAETNEPsSUIP
The Copartnership heretofore existing between
Cbarles Gacd and Jmo1 i!ntai!jV s thw Firm
of Charles Caede & Cu.hasr this d y beoa dsoIr
cd by mutual eo nsont.. r
Ail cUinisagaiast th ollCrtn most tV iasxedi
ately presented to Cbas. Caede, who will sea ta
their settlement. . -
October, 3 1st
v. CHARLES GAEDL
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