Newspaper of Evening Star, March 21, 1867, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 21, 1867 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR. OFFICIAL. LAWS OF THETNITED STATES. P??*nl at the Seosnd Session at tti? Thar* ' ty-ninth < fn^irx. [PrBi ic?No. ??.] An Act making appropriations for be <. arrant and contingent nponi"'? of the Indian department, and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various lodiaa tribe* for the year ending J cue thirty, eighteen huuired and s4xty eight. Bt it tn&cled :ke S'.n+te *Mtd //oust if Rtpr- - j *cw nitres qf the I hi *<L stmt** of Jm'r\:m in Von- | jrtss attembled, That the following sums be, and they are hereby, appropriated, out of any money to the treasury not otherwise appru- j printed. for the purpose of paying the current , and contingent expen.-es 01 the Indian depart, j neat and fulfilling treaty stipulations with i the Tarioni Indian tribea? For the current and contingent expenses of the Indian department, namely: For the pay of superintendents of Indian affairs and o: Indian ageats. one hnudred and ten thousand five hundred ai.d fifty dollars. For pay at sub-a gents, six thousand dollars. For pay of clerfc to superintendent at Saint Louis. Missouri, one thousand two hundred dollars. Kor pay of temporary clerks by scpermend'ou ot Indian affairs, five thousand dollars. For pay of clerk to superintendent of Indian afla-rs ta Caluornia, one thousaad tight hundred dollars. For pay of interpreters, twenty igtt thousand four hundred dollars. For present* to Indians, five thousand del* lav*. For provisions for Indians, eleven thousand e.gbt hundred dollars. For buildings at agensies and repairs thereof. ten thousand dollars. For contingencies of the Indian department, 1 thirty-six thousand five hundred dollars. Kor fulfilling treaty stipulations with the va- j novs Indian tribes APACHES. For second of forty instalments, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, according to the terms of the second article treaty October seventeenth, eighteen b .ndred and sixty-live, sixteen thousand dollars. For this amount, or so much thereof as <nay he necessary, lor the transportation of roods, provisions, and so forth, purchased for the Apache Indiaa*, according to the terms of the same article of same treaty, three thousand five hundred dollars. AHAPAHO AND CHEYENNE INDIANS OF THE UPPER ARKANSAS RIVER For second of forty instalments, to be expended nnder the direction ot the Secretary of the Interior, according to the terms ot the ?even-h article treaty of October fourteenth, eignteen hundred and sixty-five, lor the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and six'y-eight, fifty-six thousand dollars. for transportation of goods, provisions, and so forth, purchased for the Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians o! the Upper Arkansas river, lor the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eigb'een hundred and sixty-eigh', twenty thousand dollars. ASSIN ABOIN ES. For first of payment* to be made during the pleasure t?f Congress, to b? expended at the discretion of the President, in such articles, goods, and previsions, as he may from time to time determine: ten thousand dollars of which may be expended in the purchase of stock amma s, agricultural implements; in instructing in agricultural and mechanical pursuits: in employmg mechanics; in educating their children providing necessary and proper medicines and medical attendance; care for and support of their aged, infirm, and sick; tor their help ess orphans, and in any other r??-pect to promote their civilization, comfort, and improvement. and also for pay of head chief, thirty tbonsand dollars. ARICK AREES, OROS.v VENTRES. AND MANDAMS For first of payments to be made during the pleasure of Congress, t* be expended in such goods, provisions, and other articles as the President may from time to time determine, five thousand dollars of whichmay beexpended m the purchase of stock animals, agricultural implements, in instructing in agr cultural and mechanical pursuits; in employing mecnanics. educating their children, providing medicine* and medical attendance; care for and support cl the aged, sick and infirm: for the helpless orphans of said Indians, and in any other respect to promote their civilization, comfort, and improvement, and also for pay of head ehief. soldier chiefs, second chiefs, and Pierre Oavreau for his services to the Arickarees. forty thousand dollars CHEYLNNES OF THE UPPER PLATTE RIVER. For tnis amount, the Cbeyennes near Fort Laramie, to be placed at the disposal of the President, to be expended by him or under his direction, in such manner as will best tend to sustain peaceable relations with said Indians, ten thousand dollars. CAMANCHES AND KIOWAYS. For second of forty instalments, to be expended under the direction or the Secretary of be Interior, according to the terms of the fifth j article treaty of October eighteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, for the fiscal year ' ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ! sixty-eight, forty-thousand dollars. For transportation of goods, provisions, aud ' se lorth. purchased for the Camancheand Kio- j way Indians, tor the fiscal year ending .Iuue thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, or so much thereof as may be necessary, eight tbon*and dollars. CAMANCHES. KIO WAS, AND APACHES. OF ARKANSAS RIVER I sr the fourth of five instalment*, being the second s?ri*? for the purchase of goods, provisions, and agricultural implements, per sixth article treaty twenty-seventh July,eighteen hundred and fifty.three, eighteen thousand dollars. For expenses of transportation of the fourth of five instalments of goods, provisions, and agncaltura] implements, per sixth article treaty twenty-seventh July, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, seven thousand dollars CA LA POO laS, MOLALLA. ANDCLACK?^,A,S1..lr'iD1ANiS' UF WILL1AMETTE For third of five instalments of the third series ef annuity for beneficial objects, per sec ond article treaty twenty-second Januarv eighteen hundrea and filty-fi ve, six thousand five hundred dollars. CHASTA, SCOTON, AND UMPOUA INDIANS. For thirteenth of fifteen instalments of annuity, to beexpended a? directed by the President, per third artrcle treaty igbte* nth November, eighteen hundred and rtfty-feur, two thousand dollars. For thirteenth of fifteen instalments for the pay of a farmer, per fifth article treaty eigtit^entb November, eighteen hundred aad fiftyfour, one thousand dollars. For thirteenth of fifteen instalments for pay ol physician, medicines, and expeuseof care of the sick, per ttf h article treaty eighteenth November, eighteen hundred and fiity-four, oih? iconsand live hundred dollars t or thirteenth of fifteen instalments for pay ot teachers and purchase ot books and statiouery. per tilth article treatv eighteenth November, eighteen hundred and fifty.lour, one thouoand Ikro hundred dollars. CHiPPEW AS. MENOMON ES W1NNEBAOOS, AND NEW YORK INDIANS. > or educational purposes daring the pleasure of Congress, per fifth article treaty eleven:n August, eighteen hundred and twenty-seven, one thousaud five hundred dollars CHIPPEW AS OK SAtHNAW, SWAN , CHEEK, AND HLACK RIVER ! > or last of two eyual instalments in coin, to diitribotfd per capita, m ibr utnal manner Of paying annuities, per second article of ths treaty of August second, eighteen bnndred and titiy.fiv?,eigh:een thousaud eight hundred ! dellars. ; CHIPPEWAS OF LAKE SI PERIOR i r or thirteenth of twenty instalments in coin, per tourtn article treaty thirtieth Septemb-r. : eighteen bondrei and flitjr*!our. five thousand doiiars > or thirteenth of twenty instalments in goods, household furniture, (andj cooking utensils, per fourth article treaty thirtieth September, e.gbteen hundred aud tllty-iour, eight thonl sand dollars. For thirteenth ot twenty uistalmeu's for agricultural implements, and cattle, carpenters' and other tools, and building materials, per fourth article treaty 'hirtieth September eighteen hundred and fifty.four, three thousand dollars. For thirteenth of twenty instalments for moral and edocaUonai purpose*-, tbree bundred dollars of which to be paid to the Grand Portage band yearly, to enable them to maintain a school at their village, per fourth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen bunured aud fifty-tour, three thousand dollar*. lor thirteenth ol twenty instalments for six m it lis sud assistant*. per second and fifth articles treaty thirtieth September, eighteen huudred and fifty-four, five thousand and forty dellars. ' For thirteenth of twenty Instalments fbr the support of six faiths' shops, per secoud and fii h articles treaty thirtieth September, eigb;?eu hundred and fifty-four, one thousand i three hundred and twenty-dollars. for eleventh of twenty instalments for the ?iaith and as^ivanf, and support. of shops, per second and fifth articles treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fiftyJour, one thousand aad sixty dollars kor support of a smith, assistant, and shop for tne He is Fort band, darmr the plea?ure of l*e President, per twelfth article treaty thir. eb Sepismw, eighteen has dred and fifty. H*r, AUM ibiXU Article treg-y of Apr.l seventh, * pcteen hundred And sixty-six, cue thousaai nod itil} dollars. t or support of two fvatri for the Bois Fori t> nd. during the pleasure of the I'rnidtDi, per tweltth article treaty thirtieth S?p:fm.*r, e ib'n-u bnndred and fifty-tour, and rtxirrl ancle treaty ef April seventh, cich'^n han<1 d and sixiy-six, ore thousand two huna red dollar* For iterance, transportation, Rod neceestry cwi o! delivery of annuities and provisions trr Ch?ppewas ot Lake Superior, five thousand seven bundreaand sixty--wo dollars and su'y-ihree cents. B(?1S FOKT HAND OF CHIPPtW.VS. tor *ec*nd of twenty instalments, for the j support if one black'-mi'b and assistant, and Jox iocis, iron and steel, and other articles necessary fer the blacksmith shop, as per tbird article treaty of April seventh, eighteen ban- 1 d ?d aid six'y-six, one thou-and five hundred dollars. k or second of twenty instalments, for the j support of one school teacher, and for necessary books and stationery, as per third article treaty of April seventh, eighteen handredand sixty-six, eight bnndred dollars. Fer second of twenty instalments for theinstrnction of the Indians in larming, and purchase of seeds, tools, and so forth, as per third article treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty six. eight hundred dollars. For second of twenty instalments ol annuity in money, to be paid per capita, as per third article treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, three thousand five hundred dollars. For second of twenty instalments of annuity in provisiona, ammunition, and tobacco, as per third article treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred aad sixty.six, one thousand dollars. Far lecoadot twenty instalments of annuity in goods and other articles, as per third article treaty of April seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-six. six thousand five hundred dollars. For transportation and necessiry coet of delivery ot annuity goods and provisions to the Bois Fort band of Chippewa Indians, as per sixth article trea-y ol A pril seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, one thousand five hundred dollars. OHIPPEWAS OF THE MISSISSIPPI. For first of ten instalments of the second series in money, per fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and fortytwo. and eighth ar icle treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred aad fifty-four, and tbird article treaty seventh Mar, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, lour thousand one hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-seven cents. For firat ol ten instalments of the second series for the pay oftwo carpenters, per tourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and lorty-two, and eighth article trearv tnirtieib September, eighteen hundred and fifty-lour, and third article treaty seventh May, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, four hundred dollars. For first of ten instalments of the second series, in goods, per fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and lorty-two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eigh'. teen hundred and fifty.four, and third article treaty seventh May. eighteen hundred and sixty-lonr, tfcree thousand five hundred dollars For first of ten instalments of the seco id series for the support of schools, per tourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and third article ol treaty seventh May, eighteen bnndred and sixty.fonr, six hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-se7en cents. For first of ten instalments of second series, for the puicbaseot provisions and tobacco, per fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-lour, and third article of treaty seventh May, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, six hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixtyseven cents For first of ten instalments of the second series lor the support of two smiths'shops, including the pay ol two smiths and assistants, and lurnisbing iron and steel, per fourth article tieaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, MDd eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, and third article of treaty seventh May, elgnteen hundred and sixty-four, six hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty.seven cents. For first of tea instalments of the second series, lor pay ol two farmer*, per fourth article treaty fourth October, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and eighth article treaty thirtieth September, eighteen hundred aud fifty.tour, and third article treaty May seventh, eighteen hundred and sixty.tour, three hundred auj thirty-three dollars and thirty-three cents. For tbirteentb of twenty instalments of annuity in money, per third article treaty twentvsecond t ebruat y, eighteeeo hundred and lilty. five, twenty thousand dollars For the eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, lourteentb, fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth. eighteenth. nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty.first of twenty-six instalments, to be paid theCbip. pew as ot the Mississippi, as per third article treaty ol August second, eighteen hundred and lorij-seven, eleven thousand dollars For insurance, transportation and necessary cost of delivery of annuities and provisions for Cbippewas of Mississippi, three thousand eight hundred and ai\ty-?ix dollars and seventy-five cents. CH1PPEWAS, P1LLAOF.K AND LAKE V> INN KBAOOSHlSii BANDS. For thirteenth of thirty instalments of annuity in money, per thira article treaty twenty-second February, eighteen hundred and blty.five, ten thousand six hundred and sixtysix dollars aud sixty-six cents. For thirteen of thirty installments ol annuity in goods, per third article treaty twenty-second February, eighteen bnndred and blty.five, eight thousand dollars. For thirteen of thirty installments for purposes of utiliiy. per third article treaty twenly-second February, eighteen hundred and filtv-flve. four thousand dollars. For thirteenth of twenty installments for purposes ol education, per third article treaty twenty-second February, eighteen hundred and fiity-five, three thousand dollars. * or thirteenth of filteen installments for support of twe sm.tbs and smiths' shops, per third article treaty twenty.second February, eighteen hundred and fllty-flve, two thousand one hundred and twenty dollars. For pay of an engineer to grist and saw mul at Leech I-ake, six hundred dollars. CHIl'PEWAS OF THE MISSISSIPPI' P1LLAGEBS AND LAKE W1NNEBAU?)>HlMi BANDS OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS IN MINNESOTA. For fourth of ten installments to furnish said Indians with ten yoke of good workoxen, twenty log-cbains, two bnndred grnbbing hoes, ten ploughs, ten grindstones, one hundred axes, (handled,) twenty spades, and other farming implements, per fifty article treaty May seven, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, one thousand five hundred dollars. For the employment of two carpentera, one thousand eight hundred dollars, and two blacksmiths, one thousand eight hundred dollars: i?ur farm laborers, two thousand four hundred dollars, one physician, one thousand two hundred dollars, and medicine tor the sick, five hundred dollar*, per filth article treaty. May seven, eighteen hundred and sixty-four. seven thousand seven huudred dollars. For tbi? amount, to be applied towards the support ot a saw-mill to be bunt tor the common use ol the Chippewa* of Mississippi, and ibe Ked Lake and Pembina b:tnds of Caippewas so long as the President mav deem it necessary. per sixth article treaty May seven eighteen hundred aud sixty-four, one thousand dollars. For pay of services and travelling expenses ol a board ot visitors, to consist of not more than five persons, to attend the auuuity pay ments to the In Uans, and to inspect the fields, buildings, mills, ana other improvements, as stipulated in ib# seventh article treaty M ty se\en, eighteen huudred and sixty-four, not exceeding any one year more than twenty dn>a' service, at five"dollars per day, or more than three hundred miles travel, nt ten cents | per mile, six hundred and fifty dollars. 1-or pay of female teachers employed on the reservation to instruct Indian girls in domes, tic economy, one thousand dollars, as per thirieentb article tieaty May seventh, eighteen hundred and sixiy-four CHIPPEWA* OF RED LAKE AND PEMBINA 1KIBE OF OHIPPEWAS. For this amount as annuity to be paid per capita to the Bed Lake band of Chippewas, during the pleasure ol the President. per third article tr?atr second October, eighteen bun* dred aud sixty-three, aud second ariiclc supplementary to treaty twelfth April, eighteen hundred and sixty-lour, ten thousand dollars. For this amount to the Pembina baud ot Chippewas, during the pleasure of the Presl. dent, per utn? treaty, five thousand dollars. For the louith ot firteea instalments for the purpose of supplying the Ked Lake band of Chippewa* with gilling twine, cotton matter, calico, linsey, blankets, sheeting, flannels, provisions, farming tools, and for such other use. tnl articles, aud for such other useful purpo?ea as may be deemed for their best interests, per third article supplementary treaty of tweiith April, eighteen hundred and aixtyfour. eight thousand dollars. >or the tourth of fifteen instalments for same objects for the Pembina baud ot Chippewa* pe r same treaty, tour thousand dollar> or fourth of fifteen instalments for pay of rne blacksmith, one physician, wuj shall luri.ish medicine for the sick, one m ller, aad one farmer, per fourth article of saue trea y three thousand nine bundred dollar*. For toanb of fifteen instalrr?nn f0r?he ptirrbnseof iron and ateel and otbwr art.cles 'or black?mithmg purpose*, per same tre.vyas at-ove, one thousand five hundred dollars For fourth of fifteen in?'aiment?, to expended for carpentering and o'ber pnrni>?es per same 'rentv. one thousand dollar-. tor fotJ'thof ll.-re^n to defray I the expense* oi ? boarl of visitors, to ro .'i t ot not ir.rr?? ?b"n ??>? 0 person* ' attend tr> a ttie annuity payment*of the said Cnppew 1 Indians, whose pay sbal uo? exee- 1 ti > - <1 Iper day,each, aurt for no:ra^re 'ftun t .vet* v Cay, aud ten cents p-r mile fjr traveling ?-pen see, t>ud not to exceed three iiu id'?l tr t , per six'h article treaty October ?e-on t, uhieen hundred and sixty.three, three bun ir-J and ninety dollars. For insurance and transportation of aina1 v foods and provisions, and I'on and ete-l f r blacksmiths for th* Chippewa* of Red Lake and Pembina tribes, five thousand dollars. CHICK ASA WS. For permanent annuity in goods, per at <>f twenty-flftb February, seventeen hundred an I ninety-nine, three thousand do'.lars. For this amount, to pay the interest on certain non-paying stock. held iu trust by t * Secretary of" the Treasury lor the Chicku^aw Indians, lor the two fiscal years ending Tun* thirty, eighteen htaudred and sixty-e.g 1 ? per tenth article trea^r 01 April tweuty-e <ht, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, one bundre I and nineteen thousand eight hundred and ttity-aine dollars and mnety-eigbtceata: Pr id ft/, That the Attorney (General of the Uuited States shall b? and he is hereby instructed to inquire into the condition of all funds held in truet by the I'uited States for said tribe and for all other tribes of Indians, and what remedy exists for the security of the United States in respect to the non-paving stock- sc he 4. and the value thereof, what stocks are noupaying, and what proceedings should be tak n for the security of the United States in resp ct to the tame, and report tbereon to Congress ?n the first Monday of December next. CHOCTAWS. For permanent annuity, per second ar-lcle treaty sixteentn November, eighteen handred and five. and thirteenth article treaty twen'ysecoad June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, three thousand dollars For permanent annuity for support of lighthorsemen, per thirteenth article treaty eighuenth October, eighteen hundred and twenty, and thirteenth article treatv twenty second Jane,eighteen hundred and fifty-five, six hundred dollars. For permanent ananity for education, per feecond arucle treaty twentieth January, eighteen hnndred and twenty-five, and thirteenth article treaty twenty-second Jane, eighteen hnndred and fifty-five, six thousand dollars. For permanent annuity lor support of blacksmith, per sixth article treaty eighteenth October. eighteen hundred and twenty, ninth article treaty January twenty, eighteen hnndred and twenty-five, and thirteenth article treaty twenty-second June, eighteen hnndred and fifty-live, six hnndred dollars. For permanent annuity lor Iron and steel, per ninth artiole treaty twentieth January, eighteen hnndred and twenty-five, and thirteenth article of treatv twenty-second Juue, eighteen hundred and tlfty-five, three hundred and twenty dollars. For interest on five hundred thousand dollars. at five per cenlum per annum, for educa tion, snpport of the government, and other beneficial purposes, under the direction ol the geneial council of the Choctaws.in conformity with the provisions contained in the tenth and thirteen'h articles of the treaty of twentyseiond Jane, eighteen hundred and fitly-live, twenty-five thousand dollars. CONFEDERATED TRIBES AND BANDS OF INDIANS IN MIDDLE OREGON. For third of five instalments, second series, for beneficial objects, at the discretion of the President, per second article treay tAwcutyflfth Jane, eighteen hundred and fifty-live, six thousand dollars. For eighth ol fiiteen instalments for pay and subsistence of one farmer, one blacksmttn, and one wagon and plough maker, per foortli article treaty twenty-fifth June, eighteen hundred and fitty-five^ three thoasand five hundred dollars. For eighth of twenty instalments for pav and subsistence of one physician, one sawyer, one miller, one superintendent ot farming operations, and one school teacher, per fourth article treaty tweuty-fifth Jane, eighteen hnndred and fifty-five, five thousand six iiandred dollars. For eighth of twenty instalments for salary of the head chief of said oonfederate bands, per fourth article treaty twenty-fifth June, eighteen hundred and filty-five, five hundred dollars. CREEKS. For permanent annuity iu money, per fourth article treaty seventh August, seventeen hundred and ninety, and fifth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and 1, [fifty-six] one thousand five hundred dollars For permanent anuaity in money, per second article treaty sixteenth June, eighteen hundred and two, and fifth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fitty-six three thousand dollars. For permanent annuity in money, per fourth article treaty twenty-fourth January, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, and Huh article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, twenty thousand dollars For permanent annuity for blacksmith and assistant, and lor shop and tools, per eighth article treaty twenty-fourth January, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, and filth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, eight hundred and forty dollars For permanent annuity for iron and steel lor shop, per eighth article treaty twenty-fourth J in nary, eighteen hundred and twenty-six. and fifth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, two hundred and seventy dollars. I'or permanent annnity for the pay of a wheelwright, per eighth article treaty tweutylourih January, eighteen hundred andt^ren? ty-six, and fifth article treaty seventh 4"ffdst, eighteen hundred aud fifty-six, six hundred dollars. For blacksmith and assistant and shop and tools, during the pleasure of ?f the President, per fifth article treaty fourteenth F*bruarv, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, and fifth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty six, eight hundred and forty dollars. Fer iron and steel for shop, during the pleasure of the President, per fifth article treaty lonrteenth February, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, and fifth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, two hundred and seventy-dollars. For wagon-maker, during the pleasure of the President, per fifth article treaty fonrleemb February, eighteen hundred aud thirty, three, and fifth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, six hundred dollars. For assistance in agricultural operations, during the pleasure of the President, per eighth article treaty twenty-fourth January, etgh'een hundred and twenty-six, and filth article treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, two thousand dollars. For education, during the pleasure ot the President, per fifth article treaty fourteenth February, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, and filth article treaty seventh August, eieh teen hundred and fifty-six, one thousand dollars. For five per cent urn interest on two hundred thousand collars for purposes of edacation. per sixth article .treaty seventh August, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, ten thousaud dollars. For interest on seven hundred and seventyfive thousand one hundred aud sixty-eight dollars, at the rate of five per centum per annum, to be expended nnder the direction of the Secretary ot the Interior, thirty-eight thoasand seven hundred and fifty-eight dollars and forty cents, under provisions of third artiole treaty June foarteentb, eighteen hundred and sixty-tix. For transportation of each articles as may be purchased for the Creek nation under treaty ot June tourteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty.six, five thousand dollars. CHEROKEES, F'or this amount, or so much thereof as maybe necessary, to enaole the Secretary of the Interior to cause a census of eaca tribe to be taken, under provisions of the tweiltb article of the treaty of July nineteenth. eichte?n hundred and sixty.six, twenty-five hundred dollars. For provisions and clothing furnished the army nnder Ap-potho.le-ba-le in the winter of eighteen hundred and sixty.?ne-two, per twenty.eighth article of treaty of July nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty.six, ten thousand dollars. For pay of losses of property by missionaries, 01 missionary societies, on account of the tro. ps and agents of the United States, treaty July nineteenth, eighteen hundred and six yaix, thirtieth article, twenty thousand dollars.

CROWS. For first of payment* to be made during the pleasure of Congress, to be expended for such us-elol goods, provisions, and other articles a* the president from time to time may determine; eight thousand dollars of which instalment may be expended in the purchase of ck animals, agricultural implements; in the employment of mechanics; in educating their children; in providing fiecessary medicines and medical attendance; care for aud support ol me aged, infirm, or sick, for the helpings orpbans of s-Md Indians, and iu any other respect to promote their civilisation, comfort, and improvement, aud also for pay of head chief, twenty-five tbousaud dollars. For ibis amount for pay of aixteen halfbreeds, in goods r money, at the discretion of the PreMdent? fifty dollars eaca?eight hundred dollar*. For this amount ?o be paid Pierre Chien, in consideration of the friendship and services rendered by him to the Crow Indians, two hundred dollars. DELAWARES. For life annuity to chief, p?r private article to supplemental tre ity twenty-fourth September. eighteen hundred and twenty.nine, to j treaty of third October, eighteen hundred and ! eighteen, one hundred dollars. Fur iu'erest on forty-six thousand andeighty dollars, at five per i-wnra. bem - thu value of thirty.six sections of lanU set apart by treaty 0 e*pti pen hundredanrt twpdIt mopf r'da & t . ' oibouftridthrnhnadr d? . r i-d ??' T?, p?I !> k i ? TioijiU iui> .. ?ft . u < " V II i u~ '"-en 0, I1 * ' d;-' "n ? "?'rty ->ent. ant sf & a. .tele trea y of May sixth, eighteen hundred HI it tlf'J e.x > or Ilia. h i:n.n- . ^ c.?ju Q? in'be purchase of thear .*? w m. rvfttionin t i?. , r . of Uva?y ol July four h * fftte.n h?ndr*dand d.Viftr* *' Ion^" fu,,,1 ArUcie, thirty thousand ihks" I v A u1! m?th er a LrI kd iuIO w A>Hl\vjtu>J I'EKRl Kora ghth instalment on on. hundred nod fif v bi ufnnd riolUr* nnd-r tb? d;r-*<"tion t f U e t'rrehi iif, p?r six n irurl- Ton ,twea?vf-e.ond J?iinsr?. Mtbt^n bun>l ?t md flftvfive, \*n thousand firi" hundred dollars kI b of ?w?'y insrHlrnxn's fjr*the es tab 11 thai*-! t Hud ?upport of an agrienlrural ?Dh 'chool, and to prov >ie said .ehooi w.h ? smraSle m-trucor or insnictor*. 1 per fourteenth art. l* trrta.y twen'y-^ond J hi ux * bundren and fll:y fly -hree tbou?- rd dmi&rj ' nr*e ''J"r:h of tw'ntv inetalmenta for the e- abi>Fbm?n' :md eiipport ot a *muh and c ir- ' El". r?; .p*. to furnis" h a with the ne e^ary tools per (ourWn b article irea'v iZTJST dJlin"arr *'??rt-eu hundred and lJ.tv n\ ti tiundre t do11 ir* I-or eigti h t>: twenty iu-tallments for the prop mm.i o: ? *ti,-Lnvh **rperuer. far n?r .hi d pbj mc.hu who sb.til furnish raedi in. -. f ,r tn su b. per fo irreen'h article treaty twenty. s~i ond Jsnnary, pitrti't?n hundred and 'ittv. I" four tbou^ ind six bui.drea doJl ir fT<> TlK niVTOpi > 1 CLOTHING, *0. ~ J AMKB T. W ALABtt, ~ MERCHANT TAILOB. 4*4 Seventh Street, 4*4 I bin fritted* and th? pablio fei?t2i ? * bas afine, Iar?e aud well mm selected asuor'nont of ^flm t LOTtlS, CASB141KBE8, Wk ... ?>Tr FCBB,9U7^8aoV!,D-lt ?l???ce o'n co?r ln#d l? faa oa " * *er> mA" cn^??.DVP*t^':\,n?. hi" tabllihment will be f . 4nt*^} " GOOD FIT and good workm%nahip, workmen m" W en,?loT uoae but th# bt,?* i ? 8?JOHN A. McLEAH tak*?? this mothod to ..PJ1" hi"friends that he will b? foHQdathi* aont at the at ovo pla^.wbero be ?lll be pleased f Wrr te their taetee.f ivintr th^m *Ar?-ot? to ?mt tne m< it fastldlooe, and ??ein? th>?t their ?trmenu are made up tm tbt most workmanlike m^nn"r mhltim \ J KBCH ANT TAILOMNU. The nnderalcned havin* entered Intooopartner hip. and laid In an exte. aive an J carefully ? leeled -tock ef CLOTHS,OAbSIatKBSS.^H YiJa r^H?Ldni ?*?>tl???ene' FL'BNISH IMO OOOI'S, are prepared to ma>e op for 'Ft their caatomare i??a/ *n<U*.M,0HaUe " ?u.? ?' ' thing, at their new e?t*Mi?hm.-nt, N > 3U0 E atreet, two door-a weet of tbe National The?l?rV,Pr.'yt'1 deeirlng neat fittin* and fashion able Clothing.oa moderate terms, should not fail to l'" o? a call before purchasing elsewhere. GEO T. BEE*. F B.W. OILBEBT. Fir *'1'<>r?09 9th at , Merchant Tailors, b 6-lm* Ho. 320 E at. bet. Mtb and Utb. IT J. HIJBEEOBA. r/n?^5,*3J?ir * 0<">H -?<?.,HXA*' _D Ml ? 368 PeiMTWuU avenue, * Wnahlngton, P O. bankersT UIV?B TBISTI TKE1S0BT aoiis, " * , oV4?" VjiTowafJ ??-"?? r/aftsrTBo,,^TnriU^ for Botes. Checks. dorui'entJ ^VRS*' ' J*"rt*ftges, anl othsr leval ni?? iV.. le eminent rates J. Q HAMMEB, Cashier. JAY tOOBE fc CO., ? A K l|, Plfttintk Strict, WF99S\l< IVMMfy, jand Ml % icnrrent market rate*, and keep onstautlr on hand, a fall rapply of aU OOVBBVMBVT BOHDS, BEYBN-TUIBTIBS, ABD OOHPOCBB IBTBBBBT B0TB8, Ortere far STOCKS. BOHDS, Ac , sxecnted, and Oellectlons made oa aU ecaeeaible yotnts eel-tf [jARROW h CO., BAHKBKB. Corner Loalslana avenne and Seventh reel, CBALIXa IN 90veknmext securities, GOLD AMD SILVBB J7 S-tf AND LABD WABBAHTS. Firit Hatiml Bnk of Washing ton. B.D.COOKB, (of Jay Cooke A Co.,) Preeldeat W?. 8. HUNTINGTON, Cashier. OOVEBHMENT DBP081T0BT aUD riHAHCIAL AGBNT OF THB CH1TBD STATES. 1 ttk ifrsei, otposut Ik* 7VM.nr> Jyanwasj, Government Becniittae with Treasurer United Statee *r one million dollars ftebuy andeellallctaaMa of government &J&CL RITJESit current rosrtat ritM, t l'hnish exchange mnd mak CMJcetieaj o? all tbe principal cities of the united states. ??rcbae* Government Touchers oa the most fa tor able terms. and give earefol ana prompt attention to accounts nf business men mmd firms, end to any other bualneee entrnated to tts. FULL INVORMATIOH la regard to OOTHRILOAHB at all times cheerfully furnished WM. B. HUHT1HOTOH, Oa abler. GOVERNMENT SALES. UUBEAU OF OBDMAHCB. Havy Detahtvieht. Washi^.tow City, March ls.iftfr. BALE OF OLD ABD UH8EBVICEADLE AR There .,T.I^LB8.?rANCB.* AE ht?h??ir?TJJaL T? public auction, to the di? of A.hI^Lt" JHUB8DAY. the luh c>r!ini?^f i" ' ib *fflce of th# '"?Pector of nU 2 lot Philadelphia, PeLneylva f. j 101 ?' old aid UD?er?iceable article hnn5??rfe/7?L?b/mrl^ Shot Shell, *botit P%wen tw?ntw iiir^K ^bree*''k-lotderi ) about t^entT-flve hand red (f.vOOH Munkete ri^sH and TaiJf:. /I F"!be lold ID lote. kJA i* j?1' belf cmh. in GovernmeDt fends to conclHMOn of theaale aud the which timeTh .i1?11 "fUrward. during fitd ?ik?i} artlcUs muii be removed from the otherwise tbey will revert u> the Gov?rnmh l?ili H. A. WISE, nbI6Mt Chle^of_Bureaa. HABF PBOPEBTV FOR SALE FBIDaV Mftrrh ? fi Foblio auction on ila-a55/""5"""' 1 8t'd, 4C* 11? fe??. 1 Sforehouae. 7?x7J feet. i.. -ai * j ' fe t- eontalnlng 2,400 cubic feet WnrDd-M' *nd ' "???? ?d 1 Wbarf, 120x139 feet, containinc 7#U cubic feet ttoorln* **d **pi' nd 7u,7?0 feet in atrlnga and ..LAd^lt.lo?- 30x116 feat, containing 1,460 cublo floortag * M ?"d 7MO feet in atrlaga aad ftilt'iy"?*' >1*16S feet, containing j.??90 cublo wd aootiuV C1H and 1, Htl im "lrt>? . ' Aj^'tion, 31x4,s feet, containing SiO cubic feet flTxwin MP(- *ud 7,292 feet In etriaga and l Adc/i'tlon. contaiuing 1,46<j cablc feet la piles aud caps, and 7 ?Ml feet in strtnee and floor lag Terms cash, in Government funds. ? w ? C.H TOMPKINS. .'* Q. M Gen . Brev Brig. Gen. U. B. Army. mlo?at Act a Chief g M , Depot Waeblnaion. pORlABLH STEAM BNGIHES, Oombiniag the maximum of eBUleaer,darabUlty, and economy, with tbe minimum of weight ?ad price. They are widely aad favorably known, mora than 600 being la use. AU warranted satisfactory, or ae sale. Deeerlptlve circulars aaat oa PPllcatloa. Addreae ' ?? "Sa. edited by Bev. Frank Sewall. Pickwick Paaae. KDiamond Edition Headlaa 1 on the Aetlo^T lf edicioe. New Edition Murray's Bmotiaaai ^lS"r*a?^r,the Net vee Tbe Story of a Stemacb feahbk TATLOB. 111TTRR ORAHOES! " ' B1TTEB ORAVOBS ' I For prestrTing. 1 H. W B0R9HBLL, n.h g eorn*r I4Jk r ?r*e?e, u?<l?r Kbbatt H jt.se. AUCTION .-ALh>. |^V GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aactloaeera. H'T <>T BflLPlHO MATERI * L AND FRAME HK1LD?NG IS TU> BIM( FR'iJiriSG t HThlF-T ?iO'^T?, H*W Kltn ?#r II AND lOTH SruBBis PUBLiO AICTION On F ll I A V tbe 15th instant at e'cl^ k P ?> . we aba.ireil. ob 'be prcmiaes, a ?;"<>I "ot of fl.Hiding Btlck acd a Fiam?* Building in the r- sr j! the Lot. Tfrv.i rwh. i? b?r*n?v*<i ? bin I0;1evs After the <ley ' 1 sale mbU'-d GKCV.il A WILLIAMS. Auctt. ITTHI ABOVE 3A I.E 13 POSTPMNED until FRIDAY, the ."?1 in?tant, ??m* hour e?l place GREEN A WILLI V ? *, m 16 d Auctioneers. m ams 4 wiihha, Auction**.* URST CLAPS BU!LP1N(* LOT. FR'?NTIN<? UN VERMONT AVflkUK, bclweei K ai.d L arraet* rorth. at Pabllr An<t1oa On WEDNESDAY, the j7tb in-t . it 5 e lock ri m. we sfiall Mil, po the premise*. Lot Nj. IS, DiftuireMo .'IS, having 25 feet front t> lit) f --t deep to a fioe alley; improed by ? two slory Ftaror Boat* We call the attention of buyers totMssa'* as the location is.ood, and tei .* * first class tot, which make* It vert 4e?irar>l? Terms . Out.- th'sJ Cash. balance In l:. and H months for rote* bearing interest, acd sertned * by a deed of trust < n the premi?ee All <" n>-j seeing and revenue stamps at the roat of th-- p... cbaaer <100 d wn en tb-dsv ?f sale. nm-d O BI1N A WILLIAMS. Aurte. |^I THOS. DOWLIMO, Anct.;Georgetown. 14 NEW NATION A L~B\ TRES* WAOOMS AT _ AUOTIOH On MOMDAY MOKNIBO, Aertl l?t, 1S>7, at 1-1 ?Ylftc*- I will tell at :be .< i. Et m ot ' of K P- Burfard, N#. 7 Bridge street, ^eor^e- < town? . SMW od? hrr?? Kiprenfl Wiitodi, 2 '* two-botae " " 2 '* four-horse The above vatota were Unlit in the ? ry b' st manner for the National Fxpre*a Co urat-y, and will be ao.d to the bigheet bn)d~r for cash. at their risk aad expense. ft P BURKORO. mild THOS DOWLIMU. Auct. BY GBBBM A WILLIAMS. Action-ere. Mo. t'M, corner of 7th and B street?. USABLY NBW BLAOR WALNUT PARuOR AND TAINTED CfiAMKEU Ft RMTt RE. OA RI'ETC. A~ .AT PUBLIC AUCTION. On TUBSL'AY, the 26th Iue ant, at 10 o'clock a m . we ahall aeil. at ll?us* Bo. 411 U *tre*t . nertb. between 12th an 1 13th at*. west tbefullowIns article*, tu : Haircloth Oaet'jr and lis Bcah-bottom Chair* Marble ton Centre Table and Haircloth Lounge Black Walnat ten f>-ei > Bxtenaioo Table Cane Beat l Lair*. Bocktrear d Window ^hadee I'mi.ted Cottage Seta, all cvU'piete Tainted Jenny Llnd Bedeteac* D ee*:ng Kore.t > We^httande, Wardrebe?and Mattr<-e?-e Parlor. Chamber, and Spear e aoti dnat Co- kinx Btove. with nteaoila Nearly new Three-ply and Ingrain C irp?ta t rench China Dinner Het, all '' niplete A trood lot of Kitrtken Re.iniaitee And all other go<>d* belouging to houeakeeplng. Terms cash The bon?e ia for rent. In mire on the preir.i*eg. ab le d tiBKiCM A 1 LLI A M > . A irta QBEEN A W1LL1 AMS. Aactleneere. TBtSTEE S SALE OF A WOOD AND COAL VABIi AT Tli B COBNEB Of B STREET NORTH AMD 3D STREET WEST. AT PUB L1C AUCTION On MONDAY.the 2.rth ln?taat. at 4o'clookp. ni., I ahall >ell. on the premiaea b> virtue of a deed of trnat, dated the 20th day of October, A. D. 1V>^, and doly recorded in liber R. M H . No. folioe No. 23<) and 231, of chattel record for ttaecoanty of W.<ehlngton, D. 0 . the i<>ll< tm| articlee, viz. : Two good Carti. and Harneee, Olf.ce. Stable. Sktala. Stove, Saddle, two Sh >vele. Spad?*. Axe, Cutting Box. Cnrry Comb aad Braah. two Coal S> alee, ion" nearly newt, all the Wood end Coal and Fencing n pon and around tbe said eremiiee, to bigbeet bidder, lor caah.on the day at aele WILLIAM G FLOOD, Trnatee. rah IS d GBEBM A WILLIAMS. Auct*. |J? fBOS DOW LING. Auct ; Geargatewn. COl'PEB STILL. Ac .AT AUCTION On MONDAY. 2Sth day of March, at 10 o clock, at the Auction Boom* of Tboe Dowling. Georgetown D.O.I eball eipose for aale to the bigbeet bidder for caah One Copper Still and Worm Five Ferment Tat>a Two Bactifviag Tube, Ac Tbe abov-articlee being eei7.?d by me on the preniteea of Janies Lydoa aad confiacated for a violation of tbe Internal Keveuae law L ? LEPRAME Collector Internal Be venae for I> C mb 18 lw THGS OOWL1MG. Auct BY COOPBR A LAT1MBB, Auctl. aeera~ . Late clerba with Jaa. C McGuire A Co ,) i.W. corner Pena avenue and lltb etreet. Star Oftce BnlMiag. household fubmTtube AT AUCTION On MOMDAY next. March 1T>. at 10 o'clock, at the liortheaot corner of lltb as<t O streeta. we aba1! Han aeoortment of Furniture, compna|B|? Bediteada and Rureaue Chamber Sett, Cane eeat Chat re Walnut Extension Pining Table Hair cloth ParlorChaira Hair and Hulk Mattreaaes Ingrain and Three ply Oarpeta Window Shade* Crockery aad Glaae Ware Cooking aad Heating Stove*, Ac Term- caah. _ _ mh 19* COOP KB A LATIMER, Auota. UY W. L. WALL * CO . Ancueneere. We will eel I on MONDAY MOBNINQ. Mareh 25' h, at 10 o'clock, all the Stock aad Fixture* of the Drue Store. No. 31 7th aueet, b*-tare?a b and T atreete. coaaia'ing af Jare, Bottlea, Sbalving, Drawers, Ac.; al*o. a lot of Drug* with aa assortment of gocda usually fonnd in a Drug "tore. Terme cash. nib 19 W. L. WALL I CO.. Aucta. UT OBXII A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. valuable building'LOT FBOMTIMG om EIGHTH STBEBT WEST. BBTWEEM O AMD H STREETS MOBTII, AT PUBLIC AUCTION. Oa TUESDAY, the Kth instant, at S o'clock p. m.. on the premises, part ot Lot Mo. 11 in Square Ho toe, having sixteen faet front, ruaatng back a good depth,containing 1,454 *<jaar? feet of groaad. This property is on tha neat e*uara abeve tb" Patent Office. which Bakes it a desirable baildlng lot. Terms : *1 00$ caah: balance in six moatbs, for aata bearing interest, and secured by a dead of trust on tbe piealses All conveyancing aad revenne stamps at tbe coat of the purchaser. $M dawn on day of ?alf mb li d GBEBN A W ILL1AMS, Aucta. QY GREEN M WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, JD Ho. M6, corner 7th and D streets. vour valuable buTldiho LOTS AT TBS COBNSB OF *TH STREET WEST AM OB STBBET NOBTH AT PUBLIC AUCTION On THUBSDAY , tha Blh instant, at I o'clock 9. m.. we ?ball sell, on the premises. Lett He. 1 and ft, in Wiltberger's subdivision *f Square No. 441. havingM feet front oa b street by 80 feat deep, to an alley. Also, one Lot frontiag aa 6th straet 13 faet by a irood depth, to a fifteen foot alley, with a good four rooss llousa, asaking them good balldlnv tots. Terms One half caah; balance insix and twelve months, for aotee bearing Intere-t, aad seenred by dead af tru*t on tha premisee. ?f0 down on , each lot when sold. 9BEES A WILLIAMS, Aucts. mhl9.flJ3.3M? g?Y COOPBB A L AT I MSB. Auctioneers, D (Late clerks witli James O. McGuire A Co .) Soutbweot coraer Pennsylvania avenae and lltb street, "Star Office Building." TRUSTEE S BALE OsTMPBOVKD PROPER T> AT AUCTION By vlrtne of a dead of trust dated the 21st day af Fabruarj, A D., l&t, aad recorded in Lil*r B M . H.Mo. is. felio iM, one of the laud record* fur Washington County, D. C. I will sell, at Pubic Auction, in front of the premise . at 5 o clock p. m .on TCBbDA Y, tbe ;?th day of March, A. D , 1M7, all that certain piece or parcel of ground situate, lying and being in Wa?b neton city, o C, and known and distinguished upon tbe grouai. plan or plat of said city as tbe soa'h p.-.rte; flnt numbered eight. < 3,)la Bouar* aumberalbwc hundred and fifty eight.< I'd,fronting 25feet <.n the cast side ot IS5? strset west, between C and D !>trat-u north, with a death of one hundred'bnd five fret ten aid >ne half ltchae(105feet it* inches,; tA an alley, with the Improvenieats thareon. Terms of sale : s?ne balf cash. balanca In 6 and 12 months, with interest from day af sale, ae< ured bv deed of trust upon the premiae*. Terms to b? complied with in live days otherwise the trustee re serves tbe right to resell at th* risk and coat of tha defaulting purchaser by giving 10 day* notice in the Evening Star. All coet of conveyancing and revenue stamps at the expense of the purchaser. $1*0 required at time of sals. JOB W. ANGUS, Tmstee. COOPBB A LATIMSB. mbl-StawAds Auctioneers. rpBUSTES 8 SALE^OT^YkLVABLE REAL By vlrtne of a decree of the Circuit Court far Prtace George's eoantv. sitting ashooartof amity , pasead in a causa therein dapandinc, wherein JamesC. McGaira A Co are complainants,and Harcu* DuVal Is defendant, tha subeeriber. as trustee, will expose to public sale,an th? promisee, on MOMDAY. tbe kth of March, 1S67. at 12 o'clock m., (If fair. If not, on tbe next fair day thereafter,) the Real Batata af Marcus Du Val, known am " Hug Harbor," sit a at ad la Prince George's oonnty, abont o*a mile from Goad Luck, containing IS2 Acrea, mora or leas, aad adiataiac tha lands of Walter H. Hitlearr. the hairs af Thomas Hall, aad Ool, Odea Bowie. lha above laad Is covered with a heavy growth of Oah aad Cheenat Timber, aad being located in coavealeat distanae to the Baltimore aad Ohio and Baltimore and Potoaaac railroad, *111 supply aa unlimited jaantlty of railroad tis*. T erase af sale: Cashaa the day af Mla.oroa tbe ratification taereof by the court, with Interest from tha dsy af sake; and aa payment of the wbola parcbase meney tha property will be conveyed, 1' 'soaiw. " i mb a-eotd Traetea ture. Aleo, to tha salea of stocks of Orooeriee, Wtaee. Liqnara. acd Merchxadiae af every da eripUoa. Boraaa. Oarrtageo. Haraeee Ac. Liberal caah advaaoee made on oonsUnManli. o'clock MAG LB A CO , jalltf Aactioaeere. RAILROADS. 1^)6 P**XMLt"u BoCTB IH67 ?WIW|l?i WW to TH|Mi|THWI8T|M)UTH l? t?of TH* , *INTBB SOBEDILB.; OB ted after li. tetuber II. i?* . traiut M(t U (?! 1?WI " W ethfnrtoa T VI m I Baltimore ... li *? - - - n 10. i uu ? a. I _ |?i ?? P fn THE *?l4T *>Ol BL? TE4UK BOIT1 with AtOAST fCBVEKT. Fate.-* Sut n.' m day *nd nikjbi Car. with modern Inintra' . and in'in* from fonr to twelve hoar* In time ' T othff roflt?. Two hundred mi 1m tevea u> Weetern ??c Central New York Two l)?li| Trtiu to tbe W?| __ _ " J _ '* - iwOi. Thmil ft-om Paltlmore to BOOHESTEBsrl PITTBHT EOH without rbenre Piw^fiiiifri bj tblt rtnw 'r n Htlttmorr hi?t tbe td? iMwr of d tk n* *11 rherget IB DBPOTS rd bo tEBElES. Tickets hj tb<t r<c?e can be procared at tbt offi<* rotwrdli ?lrNt ud P?iiD?rlT?i!ktT*ir>, tbdrr ihf Nttftntl Uot?l. where reliable lafcrDttioi will b? flrtn at all time* Pa??ei,ger? procuring tickets at tbti?Aer rig secvre ae< omm^atloBS la Sleepiag Cart for l.mlra or Plttebarg. B V W ILK INS. Tl?k*t As*nt, Watbiagn D O ED i. VOrSQ. Gm. Pan Agent Faittm re. Md. 4*1 1? 'I'HEUI UH LINE BETWEEN WAMBINATcB _ . Wim *6TO3, JBB- , 1?' . Tr*lB? b#fwo*n Waabinjton and Itw fork ?'t bow rnn aa follow*, tit FOB NEW * OBK, wit hot t rheare of can. m i except Sunday) at 7:U i.a itl F(^B NEW YOBE,chaaglag can at Fblladei* flllft. Lmt* dtilf (except Sunday > Bt lhllB.B.ut 4.-S0 p. m , ,lO? PHILADELPHIA. Leave dally < except Sunday >at I;B aal U 11 a. m . aud ? JO and 040 p. m ON SCNl'AY. Leare for New York and Phi led Jphla at I K p. m only. SWeplag cart for Nsw Yark oa ?J0 p a trs'n dally. Through tickets to Fhlledelpbla, Maw Yark rr Botton, can b* bad at the Matlop Offlee at all kocra In tba day. at wall at at tba at* oK? ij tie Beakers ai.d Brokers Telegraph Line, S49 Pens. averne, ^Mwxb 0th and 7t b streets Boa Baltimore and Okio Ball road edrertlaetn?' t for schedule between Vaakla|t*a, Beltim?r?, Anaapollt. and tke West J, L. WILSON, Matter of Traaspertatlcn. L M. COLE General Ticket Alter.: GEO. B. EOOSTI, Ageat. Washington ocwtr OALTIMOBB AMD OHIO BAILBOAD. D Wa.mu?utoh, Jan 0.\*n Traint between WASHINGTON AND BALTIMOBB. end WASHINGTON AND TBM WB&T are now rna at follawt. rlr : FOB BALTIMOBB. Leave daily, eicapt Bandar, at 7 if. aid 11 M a m . aud jot, and 4 W aa4 M 00 p. a. FOB ALL WAY STATIONS Bua4ay, at tM m. m.. acd I (*0 aad 8 00 p m FOB W AY STATIONS SOUTH OF ANN A POL ft! JCNCTIOM. Laara at l:U aad 7 00 a. a., and at SW and * a y a FOB ANNAPOLIS. Loate at 7 ^ a. a., and ? a p. a. Bo tralna i to or from Annapollt on Bandar } ON bCBBAY. < FOB BALTIMOBB. Lea ra at 7 4S a a. and ID and ISO p. a. FOB WAY STATIONS. Laava at 7:40 a a., and I 0?and 8S0a. a. FOB ALL PABTS OF THB Wlft. Laaradaily. axcopt Baaday, at 7??0a. a., and oc p rr. Oa Bandar atf-OOp.a. onlr. connactln* at Belay Btatloo with traint from Baltlmora to Wboe:lM. Parkerabarc. dc. THBOCGH TICKETS to tho Waatcaa be had at tba aaahlnftoa BtaMoa Tlckot OiBct at all bekro In the aay, at well at at tba new tfllct of tha B?t* art and Brokart' Tale*rack Lint, I4S Pen. avenne. between Sth aad 7tn atreatt. For New York. Philadelphia, and Bootoa, *ee adTortltement of' Throntb Lino " J. L. WILSON. Mat tor of Traaaportatica. L M. COLB, General Ticket Aaent. ocWtt GBO.B KOONTZ.Acent Watl.lnjUa ^IC BET P I8EA ?lr BAMARITaR'l SIFT! SAM AKI TAX'S OlFT t TUB MOST CBBTA1N BBMBBI BVBB CtEL". "Yea, A Foatr:r? Obbb," f* eOlTOMMUHUA, OLMMT\ MTMIOTLMK/I. Ooatalaa no Mlaaral, ao Balaaa. bo Marccry O*it Ten Fills to t>t Tkkom f A/?rf a V**t. They are aattraly te?*tal?la. Uartat ao ameU nor analeaaaul taata. aad will not la any way in!?r? the ttomacb or bowelt of tha moat delicaM ' l -rZa la from twa to foar dayt, and rocaat caaaa ??-twenty lonr bonrt." Frwpared by arradoaw Jfthe Pnirortity of^FwaayUaala .neof the mcrt eminent Doctoia aad Ckiaata of Uie prataat day, ' . M irtmbU, at rAaat* taAattrar. lit thote who havedaapalrad of ?ptda? caraC. or _r*w,T( beta *orf?d wltb Balaam Outantor MarotK WMABITAN 8 OlFT ccrf.ar Beat by mall Hi a plala enrolopa. Prtoe?Mat* pack apt, fl Foaalt, ?|. BLOOD! BLOOD! I BLOODIII MOBOFDLA. CLCBHS. BOBBB, SPOTS tCTTBBB, SCALBS, BOILS. BTPBILlS. TET OB TBNEBBAl DIBEASBS, Be. * MABAHITAra MOOT A?D BMMB JU1CB la offered the aabllf aa a aoatttre oare BYPH1L1B OB VENEBBAL DIBEAbBS, tha 6AMAB1TAN'B BOOT AND BEBfi JClcI I. a njoat patent, eertaiq^and eflectoal remedy ever preacrlbed. H reaches aad eradltatea trerr parttcit of the veuereal poleon.ao that the care It thorot-ta sad perm a u eat. Take, then, of tBlt paiifrlna remady and be healed, and do not traaimJt It to yoor posterity that for whlaB yCa aay M|?l ta afUr f"n DO NOT DESPA1BI IRW ro^A^Kravc. trlU remere erary tettlge of Imparitlet from the ^lanSK""" " BAMABITAN'B WABB ?? ? BSW.Wi Porr BotritaL, Fobt MtBtHaLL. Baltlaora. Md , Feb. a, IS0? ?"1 bare creat aattafootivn la atattac 1 ktn aaed 'Thelei? rttaa Bemedlet' for Veaeral dttaaaaa la It* aoat aaatnaary loratt; tat I hare Baed tbea with jadcaaat, dteoratien, aai properly, and, have foond them reapoad to my < o. aowiu "AaUtaat Snrgaoa, Mk I. f. Fall ' Bald By B. O. FOBD, jwraar "tfc aMaat iyd Peng. a iBFaKTSmT OF THB IBTEBIOB, . LI US IT ED STATES PATEST d briCk. W t?K rae Ton. Marc li 2- )So7 Ob the petition of WILLIAM B. HIDE, ot Townttn* Oblo. (raying for tbeextenaiua cfa patent granted to btm the lilt day of Jane, ISfeS. for an improvement ta ColtlTator Ploajcb*, for teeen yeart from the explrattoa of teid eai?-nt, which takea place on thetl?t day of Jnne. W?< It bordered that the aeld petlUoa be hear4 at the Patent Ottce oa MONBAT, the Sd day *f June next, at IS o clock M . end all pen^n* are B^tlfied t? appear aud *how cause if any they ba*e, why *afd petition ou^ht not to be erented Per*on? opp '?lng the extension are required -o file la the f etent OMce their objectloat. *pecialir aet lorth In wrlUug. at leatt tweutr 4,a>* . the day of Bearing; all testimony filed by either part) to ! * ated at the tad hearing mutt b?- t?ket and trail *a it ted in acc-rdance with the rue* ot tbe ofbc?. which will be furuithed on application I?ep.>*lti.>ti* and <-'ther paper* relied npoa at tia ny mntt be flfod ia the office twenty d.ri lefore the dav of bearing; the arnmetU, if any, wit I.in ten day* after flliu* the Crdet'-d. aiae. that tM* aotice be aeblfob^d Im tbeBeptildicaa aad tie Intelligencer. WMbiagton, D. O and in tbe Herald. Cleveland, Ohu?. once a week for three ?ucce??i ve ??^k?; the Brat ot caia tnMicatloat to be at leaat *l*ty day* pranon* ?o the day of bearing T O. TBBABBB, Coamittloaer of Patent* F S.-B<Hton of the abort aaaera wlM pleaee KC! sfe -jst l),ri'i7""Tsr* tI? AMrt.vr'oW_ri. ' WatHiHGTeii. March T.lw. On tke patltloa of aaLPH J. FALOONBB. ' Wa*hlngt> n. D. C.. praying for Iha eiUttiet of a patent granted to hlm^he 7tk dw * las, for en lmproTemeat In Hoee Ooapling. ?,r tevea year* from the exDir^loa o* eald gte*t, which take* pi tee oa tke 7th day c* Jnae. 18g It 1* ordered that the *ald petition be heet d ^y^v. ?.f^ $V* K*"wbltti/Stititto oacht ?**>*>* ..wr, STttSFSSSa M forth I. rttlM. ? l~.< ??!. ??' Kssscf ^its 3csy*rsl ?a,.rK"..2h^:r^ !2o"tBedey of hearing. tBa argmmaaU, If aay. (be day of hearlag. ^ ^ O. TMMA^BB^^ F 8 ? Bdlfor* of tkaaBore papers will please Tf- i SnvtrzxP3g.SE I alatral rteonreej. aumerens aapt aad lllaaUSuT' FBAJKJK TAT LOB. ^