16 Ağustos 1860 Tarihli Evening Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1

16 Ağustos 1860 tarihli Evening Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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* 0 % 8 * ?t >*: ?? .; i- ''( ?I I ' ! it yeit i S 1' ' t?fi /HM# T < *ejs ' fw? . " C ' C^/ 1 Qtaxttg Star. 7 K.^ * ! -* *'*'< ; , ? . , . ?? ??? ? 1 1 i ?~ V- XV1- WASHINGTON. P. C.. THURSDAY. AUGUST 16. I860 N*. 2.888. ?- -??????_ Appropriation^ Jew Offioen, 4c. STATEMENTS SHOWING j I. Appropriations >n%de during the first Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. 2 OfiCtrl Created and the Salaries thereof. 3. The Officers th* Salaries of which have been increased, with the amount of suoh increase, during the same period. JwiT 3f>, 1050. Ftepired under the direction of th? Secretary of ths Sonata ud Clerk of the House of Representatives, in compliance with the alsth wetlon of tfco "Act to anthortie the appoiatinent of additional piynnteri, an<* for other purposea,"' approved July 4, 1536. 1 APPROPRIATIONS MADE DURING THE FIRST SESSION OP THE THIRTY9tXTfl CONGRESS. Jt+ U< m*t mskimf appropriation i to dtftor) tk* dtjicitnrxa in Ik* y?f thr wrl"nt ?/ t*? Poj* Ofic Department f9r tk* fiscal 3t**t endimf tkm tKirt**tk of Jmn?, eighteen kmdrtd ami fifty.nine, and in p?rt /?r the support if tk? Pott Ojlf? D'partment for ike At ?( ??nr emdimg tk* tkittumtk of Jmn*, ttgklien kundrtd and sixty. For the purpooe ( supplying the deficiency In I be revenues and defrayI the expenses of the Pont Oflco Pfpnrtm<snt for theyeirendlm the thirtieth of June, one thousand eigne nunarea ua any-nine 94,996,00948 For the support of lh? Post OSco Department for tbe fiscal year ending, tbe thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty, payable out of any moawrlnth* trenaury arising from fhe ft venue* of the Foot Oflce &epar**ent. 4,000,900 00 For the payment, exclusively, of rompewwtion to poetmaster* and rlerfr* (n their o?ces, mail denre. ?t**K>n? and special areata, and for >ae tran?portnt?on of Ibe mails. Cor > I \r rappi n* paper, mail bags, blanks and paper for the aaane, mail locks, k?ys and stamps, postage stamps and stamped envelopes 9,400,000 0Q For Interest at the rate of six per ceat. per aanum, to commence sixty days after the expiration of the quarter la which the service was rendered, bnt In no case prior to the Snl ?I _ W . I * u?i vi innj | ci^ukmi u villi rcQ and ttrty-nlne, to tb? date of the approval of thia act, to be paid on ai. tana feaad duo to the contractors for carrying the mall Indefinite. For the service* of temporary clerk* in expediting the payment or creditors of the Post Office Department 1,000 00 ftO,W7,OQ8? By tk* art making appropriations J?t tiit -paymint #/ invalid and ( ktr pensions #/ the United States Joe Ik? year ending the tkirtietk ?/ JuM4yeigkt??n kundred and tixty-ont. For invalid penslom under Tartan* cU MS,000 00 For pcaatana to widowa of ihoae who served in the revolutionary war, under the third aeetlon of tne act of fourth July, eighteen hundred a.id thlrty-?t?; the acts of seventh Iriltr aiirh^Mn W ut J | I* ?v? uuuuacu KUU kill I IJ* eight; third March, eighteen hundred and forty-three; seventeenth i one, eighteen hundred and fortyfour; second February and twentyninth July, eighteen hundred and forty-eight; and second section act of tnird February, eighteen hundred and flfly-three '200,1m) UO For pensions to widows and orphans, uuder the flr*t section act fourth of Joly, eighteen hundred and thirtysix; act of twenty-irst July, eighteen hundred and forty-eight; first section act 01 taira ret>ruary,eigh- * teeo hundred and fifty-three, and under special icU 90,000 00 For navy Invalid pension# 43 OUO UO For navy pensions to widows and orphans, under act of eleventh AuKUt, eighteen hundred and fortyei?hi HO,000 (JO For privateer Invalids 1,000 00 Hg 000 00 By Ike act making upprcpriation fur fulfilling treaty ttifulations ttitk in* Poncm Indians, and. with attain >tand? e/ Indians in tke Sttue of Oregon and Territory uf Washington, Jut tke yemr ending June tkirmeth, eigktten hundred and sixty. Pueecas. For Irst of five instalments to be paid to then or expended for their benefit. commencing with the year in which, they "hall remove to and nettle *pen the tract reeerved for their future homes, per second article treaty twelfth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight 12,000 00 For first of ten instalments for the establishment and maintenance of one?r more manual l%bor schools under the direction of the President, per second article treaty twelfth March, eighteen hundred aod-fl/ty-elght 5,000 00 For first of ten instalments, or during the pleasure of the President, to be expended In furnishing said Indians with such aid aad assistance in agricultural aad mechanical pursuits, including the working of the mill provided for in the first part of tht* article,as the Secretary of the I nterlor may consider advantageous aad necessary for them, per second Irsnlu turfllflli Uaroh atsrk. teen hundred and lifty-eight 7,600 00 For lnaln'aining and subsisting the Pon< a* during the first year alter their removal to their new homes, purchasing stock and agricultural implements. breaking up and fencing laad, building houses, and in Making such other improvements as may be necessary for their comfort and welfare, per second article "BTtfeaty of twelfth of March, eltcbtren hundred mad flfty-elgbt *20,010 00 To provide Tbe Poncas with a mill suitable for grinding grain and sawing timber; one or more me- , , cbautc shops, with tbe necessary tools for the same, and dwelling . bouses f*r aa interpreter, miller, engineer for tbe mill, if one be necessary, farmer,and the mechaplea that may be employed for their heaeflt. per second artiele of treaty of twelf .h of Msrck, eighteen hundred and afiy-etgkt 10,300 00 To provide and set apart this sum to enable tbe Poncas to adjust and set tie meir exuung obligations ana engagements. Including dtpredaliniu connKM by them on property of citiz-ns of the La Hod State* prrtrU the<*Me of thr ratification of thin agreement. so far a* the same may be f ?und ana decided by their agent to be vat'.d and joot, subject to the approval of the Secretary of the interior, phr second article of toeaty of twelfth of March, eighteen Hundred and fifty-eight 30,000 00 Dwamish atuk vtker allied tribe.t in Waxkington Tirriturw. For fins* instalment en mm boodred and flfty thousand dollar*, under ihe direction of the fmideat, ptr sixth article treaty twenty-?icoad January, eighteen hundred and fifty-five 15,000 00 To enable ibr said Indians to remove' ttons, and to clear, fence aod break up a suAcieal quantity o/land for ,? coif ration to be laid out and expeorted under the direction of t*? President, per thirtieth article treaty twroty-wd January ,eij( hMM hendred aad ?fty-lee 15,000 00 For flmt of twenty ianialanentelei the establishment aad supper: ef aa an agricultural and industrial school, and to provide said scheol with a suitable Instructor or ia tructora, per fourteenth article ^treaty (Wraty^ecand Januarv^igbt>ea hundred and fifty-It*........ 3,000 00 For fl-at of naatylmofartHi for the ntablMMt aad support of a smith and carpenter'a anop, aad to furnlah them With the neceasary tools, per fourteenth article treaty i{ twenty-second Janaary, eighteen hundred aad fifty-tv* tftUO 00 For Int of twenty laatalmcnts far the employment pf a blacksmith, aar> peuter. tiraet.aod nhvaiciaa. who 3S~S?S2s ' nd Bfty-flre .1 WW W Maktk iribt. rat ir^ialmratoatuutytu mmmmI 4atf*fs by direction of tfar Ciwi** ? Ki flfUl artk-Ja treaty Uitrty. *? * laitaary. etjrbt^a huadr?-d dirty-i*, ?..... 3,000 00 rapporta {W"K)' r^' jJU I thirty-first January, eighteen hundred and fifty-five 'J,500 00 Far first of twenty instalments for a smith and carpenter's shop, and to provide the necessary tools therefor per eleventh article treaty thirtyfirst January, eighteen hundred and fifty-fire >,500 00 Far first of twenty instalments for the employment ot a blacksmith, carpenter, and a firmer, and a physician, who shall furnish medicines for the sick, per eleventh article treaty thirty-Arm of January, eighteen hundred and fifty-live *J,WO 00 To enable them to remove to cntl set> 3s apon thflr nervations, and to ear, fence, and break up a sufficient quantity of land for cultivation, under the direction of the President, per sixth article treaty thirty-first January, eighteen httn? dred and fifty-five3,000 00 Wgtla'Wall*) Ccyttses, and XJmatilla tribe*. For ft rat ImUlnwot on fifty (bonsand dollars for the erection or bnllding* on the reservation* fencing and opening farm*, per third article treaty ninth Jane, eighteen hundred and fifty-five.. 25,000 00 For first of five instalment* of eight tho?*and dollar*, nnd<*r the direction of the President, per second article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred and a. iwto ? H n ? a**j ~a ?\'< O^UWV W For the erection at suitable points on the reservation"! oT one saw-mill, one flowr'ng mill, a building suitable (or a hospital, two schoolhouses, one blacksmith's shop, one building for wat;on and plough maker, one carpenter and joiner's bop, and one dwelling for each, ?sr fourth article treotv ninth of une, eighteen hundred and Ufty ? 10 000 00 For two millers, one farmer, one superintendent of farming operation*, two school teachers <<neblacksmith, one wagon and plough maker, one carpenter and joiner* to ea*h the . necessary buildings, pt>r fourth article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five 10.000 00 For first of twenty Instalments for the purchase of all necessary mill fixture* and mechanical tools, medicines and hospital stores, books and stationery for schools,and furniture for the employees, per fourth article treaty ninth June,eighteen hundred and flfty-fiye 3,000 00 For first of twenty instalments for toe pay and subsistence of one superintendent of farming operations, one iarraer, one blacksmith) Gne wagon and plough maker, one carpenter and joiner, one pnysician, and two teacfierH, per fourth article treaty ninth June,eighteen hundred and fifty-Ave 7,500 UO For building one dwelling houae for the h?ad chiefs of tbe Walla* Walla, Cay use, and Umatilla bond*, and lor ploughing and fenclhg for ten scree of land, per fifth article treatv ninth June, eighteen hundred and fifty five '2,000 00 For first of twenty instalments for pay to each of the chiefs of the WallaWalla,CayttM,and Umatilla bands, the sum of five hundred dollars per annum, per fifth article treaty nioth June, eighteen hundred and flfty?vr 1,500 (JO For the Walla-Walla chief, tnree yoke q/ oxen, three vokes and four chains, one wagon, two ploughs, twelve hoes, twelve axes,two shov ela, one saddle and bridle, one aet of wagon harness, and one set of plough harneas, per fifth article treaty ninib June,eighteen hundred and fifty-five i,300 OU For building one dwelling house for the use of Pio-plo-mox-mnx, and fencing and ploughing for him five acres of lacd.per fifth article treaty lath Jnne. eighteen hundred and fifty-five 350 00 For flut of twenty ins'almenta for saJnry for the son of Pio-plo-moxroox, per fifth article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred and fiftylive 100 00 For locating and opening a wagonr'lad from Powder River or Grand Rmnd, so as to reach the plain at tb? weatern bise of the Blue mountains, south of the southern limits of the reservation of said Indians, n#r fl'th article trealv ninth June. eighteen hundred an<l fifty-llvr...10,000 00 Yaiama Nat ton. For first Instalment on two hundred thousand dollars for beneficial objects, under tb? direction of tbfl President, per fourth article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred ana fifty-five 00,000 00 For first of twenty instalments for the establishment and support of two schools, one of which to be an agricultural and Industrial school, erecting the necessary buildings, keeping them In repair,and for pro* Tiding suitable furniture,book*,and stationery, per fifth article treaty ninth Jiini>. rlvhlern hundred and fiftv-flve 3,200 00 Far first of twenty instalment* for the employment of one superintendent of teaching and two teacher*, per fifth article treaty ninth June,eighteen hundred and fifty-five 2/200 00 For first of twenty Instalments for the building oftwo blacksmith's shop*, to ?n?* of which shall be attached a tin'shop, and to the other a gunsmith's *hop, one carpenter's shop, aad one wagon and plough maker's shop, and for furnishing the necesaary tool*, per fifth article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred aad fifty-five 3,400 00 For first of twenty instalments for the employment of one superintendent of farming, and two farmer*, two blacksmiths, one tinner, one gunsmith, one carpenter, and oae wagon aad plough maker, par fifth article treaty ninth J one, eighteen hundred and fifty-five 0.400 0# For first of twenty i natal (Hants for ibe erection of one saw-mill and one ^ * ?in ??a * i.wi ?* nuunu^-iuui, mu luiniiuuij tor necessary tool* and l)xture*,per fifth ' Artteto trMtr ninth J one, eighteen nuadred and fifty-flee 9,000 00 For first ef tweuty Instalment* for the erection of a heap tal,and providing the necessary medicines and furnltme, por fifth article treaty ninth Juas, elghtoea hundred and fifty five 1,200 00 For Iim of twenty in?talm?uts for the pay of a physician, |ter fifth article treat yuiutli June,eighteen hundred and fiftv-ive 1,000 00 For first of twonty Inetalmmts for the erection of bulldiags requlrrd for the u?e of employees, per fiftfc article treaty nlntn Jane, eighteen hundred and fifty-fire 3^00 00 Por fret of twenty lnstaliumts for the alary of such persons as the said confederated Crfhes and bands mt Indians nay select to be their head chief, per fifth article treaty ninth June, eighteen huudred and fiftyflee H 600 00 For build tag (?. Mid culrf comfortable house,and pro perl* furnishing the same. and to plough and fence for him ten acres of land, per lfth article treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred and Ifty-flve. 350 00 Tfez Peres Indents. For Aral instalment oa two hundred thousand dollars for beneftclal objects, at tbe discretion of the PresiOrnt, per Jbnrth article of treaty eleVfDth June, eighteen hundred and Ifty-flve 60.000 00 fv ?rst of twenty Instalments for the iestablishment and support of two .... a*schools, one of which Is to be an agetcetiurml and Industrial school: ertetlng the necessary buildings, harping thtm in repair,and for pro v dtui' suitable fumltare. books. and stationery, per Iftb' article irraty elevenlb June, of?ht*ea bun- ~ a.?i dAd. fC'y-An *.<! " 3,100 U> WW rt.ipwfr i??Ula?aiufcf tbft | employment of t"|Ti rlBtmifl -? ''f ''' of icaciiitfcft'tfrid lw* ieacher?, p?r *** _3l th Jo??, v . j For first of twenty Instalment* for the building of two blacksmith's shops, to one of which shall be attached a tinsmith's shop, and to the other a Sissmlth's shop, one carpenter's op, and one wa?on and plough maker's shop, and for furnlshlug the necessary tools, per fifth article ' treaty eleventh June, elgnteen hundred and fifty-Are 3,506 09 For first of tWenty instalment* for the employment of on# superintendent of farming and two farmers, two miller*, two blacksmiths, one tinner, one gunsmith, one carpenter, and one wagon and plough maker, per fifth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five...... 1,400 OS For first of twenty instalments 'or the erection of olte saw-mill and one ftduring-mlll, and furnishing the necessary tools and fixtures, per fifth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred and fifty-fire 9,000 00 For first of twenty Instalments for tbe erection of a hospital and providing the necessary medicines and fumitory, per fifth artfele treaty eleventh 4nnt eighteen hundred and fiftyve 1,900 00 For first of twenty instalmenta for the pay of a physician, per fifth article treaty eleventh June,eighteen hundred and flfiy-flve ; 1,000 00 For fi rst of twenty instalments for the erection of buildings requltdll for the use of tbe employees, per fifth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five 3,900 00 For first of twenty instalments for tbe salary of such person as the tribe may select to be their head chief, per lirth article treaty eleventh June, eighteen hundred and fiftyfive 500 00 For building for ?aid chief a comfortable house and properlv furnishing the name, and to plougn and fence for hkm five acres of land, per fifth article treaty eleVenth June, eighteen hundred and ilfty-flve 350 00 I -.1? n?-r-J - J X'K?Iu/t-#*- uintrf uc//iy wcrtitpft Tribt*. For first Instalment on one hundred and twenty thousand dollars for beneficial objects, at the discretion of the President, per fourth article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen hundred'and fifty-five...'.. 36,000 00 For first of twenty Instalments for an agricultural ana industrial school, erecting the necessary bulld<ng9, and providing them With furniture, books, and stationery, per flfih article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five 2,400 00 For first of twenty Instalments for the employment of suitable instructors, ftr fifth article treaty sixteenth uly, eighteen huudred and fifty^ five 1,200 00 ror nrsi 01 iweniy instalments for furnishing one b'ark-miih'* shop, to Which shall be attached a tin and gun shop, one carpenter's shop, one wagon and plough maker's shop, and furnishing the necessary tools, per tlfth article treaty slxtrrnth J uly, eighteen hundred and fifty-Hire 1,800 00 For first of twenty instalments for the employment of two farmers, one blacksmith, one tinner, one gunsmith, one carpenter, two millers, and one wagon and plough maker, per fifth article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen hundred and fifty nre 3,100 00 For first of tvrenty Instalments for the erection ot one saw-mill and one flouring mill, with the n'cessa.y tools and fixtures, per fifth article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen bunrUftXti w; fc, ,b? erection of a hospital and providing the necessary medicines and furniture tberefor, per fifth article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen hundred and fifty five..? 1,200 00 For flist of twenty Instalments for the pay of a physician, per fifth article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen hundred and fifty five 1,000 00 FoV first of twenty Instalments for the rontlAn A# KniMlnna "I #?? ? vv?iwu vi uuiiuiii^o l(l|uiirw *V*I the use of the employees, per fifth article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen hundred and flfty-flve 3.000 (4) For first of twenty instalments for tha pay of such persons a? tha confederated tribes mey select to be their head chief, per fifth article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen hundred and fifty-five 500 00 For building for said chief a comfortable bouse, and properly furnishing the same, and to plough and fen?*e for him ten ncres of laud, per filth article treaty sixteenth July, eighteen hundred and lifty-flva 350 00 Confederated Tribe* and Bands in Middle Oregon. For first of five Instalments of eight tbuusand cIoUuh, under tbe diiectloa of tbe Prei?ideut, per secoud article treaty twenty-fifth June, eighteen hundred aud fifty-live 8,000 00 For payment of Mfty tbouxnnd dollars, a portion of which shall be applied to the payment of such articles a* may be advanced them at the time of signing tblM treaty, and In providing after tbe ratification thereof, and prior to tbe removal, such article* as may be deemed essential to their wants by the President; and for the erection of buildings on tbe reservation, fencing and opening terms, purchase of learns, farming implements, clothing, and provisions, tools, seeds, aud for the payment of employee*, and for subsisttko V.Ji... ?1 A A. -- nig iuv muiiu* vuv nrw year alter their removal, per third article treaty twenty fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five 50,000 00 For the erection or one saw-mill and one flouring-mill, rnd furnishing the necessary tools and fixtures, per fourth article treaty iwenty-fifth June, eighteen hundred and fiftyfive 9,000 00 For the erection of suitable hospital buildings, and furnishing medicines ana futalture, p*r fourth article treaty twenty-fifth June, eighteen hundred ana fifty-five 2,900 00 Par the erection of one school-house, one blacksmith's shop, with a tin and gunsmith's shop attached, one wagon and plough maker's shop, and furnishing necessary tools, nooks, and stationery, per fourth article treaty twenty-fifth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five 4,000 00 For the erection of dwelling-bous?* and the requisite out buildings fur the employees, and for furniture therefor, pet fourth article [treaty] twenty-filth J one, eighteen hundred and fifty-fire 4,900 00 For lr?t of fifteen instalment* for me pey and inbtUlMce of one farmer, one blacksmith, and one wagon and plough maker, per fourth article treaty twenty-fifth June, eightteen hundred and fifty-fire 3,M0 00 For firat of twenty Inntaluientafor the pay and subsistence of one phystetcian, one wwytr, one miller, one auperintendent of farming operations, and one school-teacher, per fourth article treaty twenty-firth'' J one, eighteen hundred and fifty fire ,000 00 For the election of lour dwelilnghouses, one for the head chief of

the confederated bands, and one for each of the Upper and Lower De Chutes bands of Walla- Walla, and for the Wsscopum band of q; Wasooes, and to fence and plough for each of the said chiefs ten acres of land, per fourth article treaty twenty-fifth Jane, eighteen hundred and fifty-fire.... 2,390 00 For first of twenty Instalments for the payment of salary la the bend chief of the confederated band, per fourth -article treaty tweuty-fiith June, eighteen hundred and fifty-fire M0 00 Mold Indians. For Ant of tea ia?Ulment? for Um crrctlou of one MW-mili and one lounag-initl, and furnUhlng peraooa to attend to tbe muuc, p?r a?ci omahrr, al?MMnknndicdMd If.- -*??** > * ty-|ve 10,000 0Q t For flret of Ive instalments (In addition to th? instalments speciflrd in tbe treaty of twentv-Blntb No?'inbir, rithtwn hundred and fiftyfour, with tbe Umpquas tiid C?lipootmi) for tarnishing Ifon and steel and materials for supply I njt the smith's ahop and tin shop provided for in aaid treaty, and for the pay far tbe services of the necessary mec,L(lnicS, per Second art! cle treaty twe?ty-nrst December, eighteen hundred and flfly-fl**.... l,8Ui ou For the eaiablishment of a manual labor school, for the employment and pay < f teachers, and' for farnlatiiBi( alt tfctwy materials and subsistence f ->r pupil*, per second * article treaty twentv-flrst Der.ember, eighteen h una red and fiftylw 3,5(10 00 For first of ten iusiainirut*for the pay of a carpenter and joiner, to aid in erecting buildings, ana making furniture for aald Indians, ana to furaish toola la fattf service, per treaty twenty first December, eighteen hundred and flfcy-five 1,300 00 For firht of five instalment* for pay of an additional former, per second at tic le treaty twenty-first December, eighteen hundred and fifty-five.... 800 00 Qui'Nai-Elt and Quil-Leh-Ut* Indians. For first instalment on twentv-flve thousand dollars, under the direction f the President, p-r fourth article treaty twenty-fifth January, eighteen hundred and fifty-sli.... 2,500 00 To enable saiu Indians to settle upon such reservation as mny be selected for tbem by the President, and to clear, fence, and break up a sufficient quantity of land for cultivation, to bf expended under the direction of the President, per fifth article treaty twenty-fifth January, eighteen hundred and fifty-nix 4,500 00 For nrat of twenty instalments fur the establishment and supbort of an agricultural and industrial s^h'.ol, and to provide the same with a suitable Instructor or Instructors, per tenth article treaty twenty-fiUu January, eighteen hundred and fifty-six #,500 00 rm D(H 01 i wen iv lUWinKDl* TOT providing a raitn and carpenter's shop, and furnishing them with the neces?ary tools, per tenth article treatv twen'y-lifth January, eighteen hundred and fifty-sii 2,500 00 Fo- first of twenty Instalments for the employment of a blacksmith, carKter, and farmer, to instract the tans ia their respective occupation and a physician, who shall furai?h medicines for the sick, per tenth article treaty twenty-nixth January, eighteen hundred and fifty-six 3 -00 (O S'Klallanu. For first Instalment on sixtv thousand dollars, under the direction cf the President, per fifth article treaty twenty-sixth January,eighteen hundred and fifty five 6,UJ0 (*> To euabte them to remove and settle upon the reservations, and to clear, fence, and break up a sufficient quantity of land for cultivation, to be expendtd under the direction of the President, per sixth article treaty twenty-sixth January, eighteen hundred and fifty live #UOO UO For first of twenty inKtalmentsfjr the establishment and support of an Henlturftl ?n#i f ri?K and for the pay of suitable teacners, per eleventh a. tide treaty twentymitb January,eighteen hundred and flftr-flve 2,5UO no trvt it %i ' *"*"'> iBalaliiiir-'t ( employment of a hlatktiijMb, carpenter firmer,and * physician who ahall ftimirth medicine* for the nick per el *eath article t\?enty-?lxtli January, eighteen hundred and fifty-live 3,000 00 For flistaf twenty in? laments for smith and caipenter's (bop, and to provide the ueccssary tools, per eleventh article treaty twenty-sixth January, eighteen hundred and flf ly-flve 2,400 (10 3HJ.U5U 00 By thf net to procidt payment for <i'pridatiomi committed by tkt trHftt* upen the Skawn$i Indians tn Kmsa* Territory For tbe purpose of paying claims of ceitalii members of tbe Bhawuee t~tbe of Indians, p'u-ntid to Congress at Its present srtsion, for depredation* committed upon their prope'tv by citizens or inhabitants of tue Coiled Stales 38,711 00 By the act to carry into effect conreniion between Ike limited States and the Republic of Paraguay. For tbs compen*atlon at (be respective officers, for whose appointment provision is made by this set ai> follows: To the commissioner, in full for his service" 1 500 UO To the sec darv su<t interpreter, In full for bis service*. 1,009 00 For the contingent expenses of the said commission ?n the part of the United States Indefinite. a 500 oo r> . .i < 1. / ? - L .J J I ^...'1 D y me net jwrmun uauiif u/?ui rwut /UlfilMI. For mail service no the new poet route* in western Kansas, authorlzed b? the act of March twentysertn, eighteen hundred and alzty 25,160 Oil For eticb of the new route* established bv the act entitled "An art to establish certain post roads," approved June fourteenth, eighteen huudred aad fifty-eight, aa the Pout master General may deem advisable 400,000 00 425.100 (XI i 1 1 Bp the ntt to fttpj>/jr deficiencies in the appropriation* Jor tht service of the fi?eai yeeer ending thirtieth of Jv>n, eighteen hundred and eizfp. For compensation of the officers. clerks, messengers, aud othera receiving an annual salary In the service of tb? Senate, vis: For the chaptala of the Senate 750 00 For contingent expenses of the Senate and How of Representatives and miscellaneous items, vii : For expenses?f seleet committees.. 9,000 00 For tbe payment of expenses of the several Investigating committees of . ? tbe House of Representatives 4ft,000 00 For tie payment of tbe expenses of w1tne*?e? lumnitutd or to be sum moned brfoie H?eOoq?mltte?'oa the J udlciary or the Hmist ef Representatives during the present (tension ... 13,000 00 For expenK?a vfttut neating and veutstiag appamtuc, including pay of engineer*, firemen, laborers, fuel, oil sad tools '....i.: 3,400 00 Contingent ejspea?*? of the House of Representatives: For furniture, repairs, tnd boxes for members 10.000,00 For horse*, carries, sad saddlehorses 4.000 00 Far stationery. 8,000 00 For laborers ... 1-300 00 For folding documents 10,000 00 For the compensation olx.be d rang b tsnua sad eierks employed upon thi l?oA nuns, clerks to committees. tn4 temporary rlerka In tbe nflce erf tb? Houw> of Representative* 5,000 00 far additional page* aotborlxtd by "' tbeSeWWnf Repreii^ntatlTee...... 3,344 00 For mlactlUaeeoa Henm.... . ... 10,000 W) Ft eV-WMt ea tbe bail el tbe HaaMof ft^reNititlTM 4,729 06 Tot tweMy-fonr copies of tbe CoaU regional Globe and Appeadix tot each member and delegate of tbe ftrat aeaaion of tbe tbirty-aixtb ConKreee... mfl& 00 For binding iwrut^- four cnpie* oX^be .7, "1.Xt.h. 13,930 30 For reporting debate* of tbe first session of the thirtr-slxtb Csivrtw... n.(>00 60 For tbe uswl additional compeeeetk>n to tbe reporters of the House and Senate for the Congressional Globe, for reporting the proceedIn es of tbe H<vi?e and Senate for the first session cf the thirty-sixth Congress, eight hundred dollars eacb 7JSX) 00 Trt an n n t .> A ? u nu|'|>if urn ;irucin? in iuc apprv" print! on s f?c printing, dry-preaainserting Mp> and plates, u4 binding documents otdtrrd during the tblrtv-thlrd, thirty-fourth,and thirty-fifth Congresses.... 10,3*1 98 To nupplr the dfUfiicT in lb* appropriation for paper rvqnlred for the printing of the first rev ion of the thirty-sixth Congress 50,000 00 To supply the deficiency in the appropriation for printing required for the first pension of the Itotttjraizth Cone res* 40,000 00 To provide for the blanks and other printing, and the p?per for the same, required preliminary to taking the eighth ennsua ? fiO For payment of the unpaid expenses Incurred In altering the arrangements of the hall of the House of Representalfes, under the order of the Hou??..i 3,700 00 Department *f State. For compensation lo the interpre'er to the mission to Japan, fiom the flr*tof January to the thirtieth of June, elgbt-en" hundred and sli'y l,tf0 00 For the relief and protection of American seamen id foreign countries .. 75,00.1 00 To defray the expenses of such delegate* as may be appointed by the President of the United States, oo the part of this government, to attend a meeting of the International ftati.Htlcal CongreM, wbich is to meet in Londan In July, eighteen hundred and sixty 5,?U0 00 War Department. For blank books, bind leg, stationery, and miscellaneous item* in the office of the burgeon General 200 00 Navy Department. For the charter of the Toey win, u*ed In the transportation of the minister to Chins, to ascend the Peiho river 46,00 J 00 For preparing lor publication the American Nautical A1 manic 5,000 00 For survey of the Puklir Lands. For surveying liabilities incurred by the late snrvevor n?*n<*ral of Owunn during the fiscal r*ar ending thirtieth June, eighteen bind red and fifty-nine 20,000 (ft For survf ying liabilities inclined by the late surveyor general of Kuiuk and Nebraska during the llsrsl year ending thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine 30,003 00 For surveying liabilities incurnd by the late surveyor general of California prior to the thirtieth June, eighteen bund ed and fifty-sever.. 58,000 00 To t-ay George G Durham fur twenty-two mon'hs' service* as a clerk In therffl'e of the Commissioner of Indian Afl'-iir* 2,5fiC .'3 To suppiy deficiencies la the appropriation for payment of the lata lirdian agents in Utah (Hurt, Armstrong. Ros<>, and Bedell,) upon ettlement of their accounts 53.007 3$ i >633,616 it By the act making appropriations for f4? construction of certain military roads tit Ikt Territory of Wathtngton For tbe construction of the followins named military toads In the From SHellaeoom to Fort Vancouver, to be expended exclusively on that Birtion oetween Covrllt* river and ontlcello . KiOOtOO 91 Mt,0(i0 no By the ntt making appropriation* for ihe. tonsillar and diplomatic expenses of the government for th* year ending ike thirtieth of June, eighItem hundred and jtxiy-oiw, and r - i JOT oc*tr p*TpOS4t. F.tr>a!a'l<*of envoys extraordinary, inlni*ter?, and conimliwloners of (he United State* at Great Britain, France, Russia, Prussia, Spain, Au*tila, Brazil, Mexico, China, Chili, Peru,Portugal, ^wmerland, Rome, Nai>i?**, Sardinia, Belgium, Holland. Denmark, Sweden, Turkey, New Grenada, Bolivia, Kcuador, Venezuela, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Sandwich Ulanda, Coata Rica. Honduras, Argentine Confederation, and Japan 998,500 00 For salaries of secretaries of legation, 4M,<WU 00 For salaries of assistant nerretai lea nf legation at London and Paris 3,000 CO For salary of the interpreter to the legation to China.... 5,009 00 For salary of (fee secretary ot legation to Turkey, acting aa Interpreter.... 3,000 00 For rompen*atlou to the interpreter to the mission to J span 2,500 00 For contingent expenses of all the misoionsabroad..... to,0l>0 00 For contingent expenses of foreign Intercourse..... 40,000 00 For expenses of Intercourse with the Barbary Powers 3,000 00 For expenses of the consulates In the Turkish dominions, Tlx: Interpreters, ?tards, and other eipeuaes of the consulates at Constantinople. Smyriic. Candla, Alexandria, and UVII I,?IV UU For the reiiei and protection of Amtrlcan seamen in foreign countries... 900,000 00 For the purchase of blank books, stationery, arms of the United StiMt, ' seals,presses, fl.-gx, and for the payment of postages aiid miscellafieoua expenses of theconsuls of the United States 30,000 00 For olc? rent of (boae consols general, consuls, and commercial agents who arc not allowed to trade, Including loss byexchange thereon.. 27,370 00 For salaries of consul* veneral st Quebec, Calcutta, Alexandria, HaVitia. Constantinople,* Frankfort; M?4b*>Miln; consul* Ml Lt*or> BkjI, Laadoa, N?lk?rM, Hong ' ' "> oq?, Qla?gow, Mauritius, Singapore, Belfast, Cork, Dundee, Demarara, Halifax, Kingston, (JnBMtoa,)Lordn, Manchester, Nutn, (>ew 1'iuv,deuce,) SoutHampton, i "iark'a Mtnd, Prince Kdwsrd's inland, Hayre, Paris, Marseilles, It .r/4 m>i* 11 r I .< D rw> hal la I irAna M/ta . ! , cow, OlfSM, Revel, Saint Pfiw?burgh,M*lfuii*?,Trls1<UddeCet*, Santiago de Cuba. Sin Juaa, (Par- , -to Rico,)'Cadiz, Malaga, Ponce, (Porto R?eo,)Tr?eiite, Vienna, A1*-f la-Cbapetle, Caato?, Sbanyfeai, ' -PoucUvu, Atnoy, Mio?i>u, Beirut, > ' Smyrna, Jerusalem, KoUerdani, Amsterdam, Antwerp. Pnnrbal, Oporto, Saint Thoma<, ELsiorur, Genoa, HaMe, Geneva, Me-nlna, Naples. Palermo, Lelpsie. Mirnich, Leghorn Suittxaidt ttreinea. Himbmg, Tangier*, Tripoli, Tunia, 1 Rio d4 Janeiro, Pernambucn, Veia Cruz, Acapulco,CilUo,Valparaiso, Rnpnn? Alrrtft. Sun iutn Hur. Aopinw&ll, Panama, Honolulu, Labaina, hatklaod Island*, V>aic*, 8>?ttla, Candla, Cyprus, Batavla, Far* I, Hantlajio, (Cap* d? V*rd?w.) Sit at Croix, gpeasia, Alkwi, 9Uo*?bar, Babia, MaraAbaw tsiatra, Part, Rio Grande. MaUmoras, Mtiieo, iclty,) Tauoplce, Ran* del Nana, u . Tabasco, PalU, luatbt-x, T*ira? ' *j..l Mttx bubuu, bwiuue:ii. iwuuiiuu, Omom,Cabij*. Mont*- ' JAOo,T?bUirJfe*af Uliu>4atA.f?4*r - < La.jtAai*. coqt?tj[f ui ,1 . w . Sab Jumi del NWte.Poit ?U Priaee, San Domingo, (cltyj 8t. Paul de ForJatarpntM* to tbo ?mm!it* t* and tunrejror, clerk, ud for pro*t- ' ? ? ^ * iloos, tnuuporUtioo, and coattogencies of ibe commluioo to run ' . m4 mark th? W?iiry ?? *?Iw?rt ib? l ?Jt*4 ftUM* and lb* Brititfc aommmIbp? boa?<tag . _ WMktagtoa TMTttMT mjm HtMbWUl frwKtrut of tbo I" at. tod hat?i to carry lata (ftc( tk? wt of Congre** of tbir* March, eighteen band red and atnetaoa, nd any aubaoqnoat act* aow la force for the auppraaaloa of tba H*n trad* ? For expenae* incurrod, under laatrweWoaa from the JWrrtarr of State. la brtaglag baaatftoaaflaiatyaooaa trtca peraoaa cbawad With orIw, and axpeaaea Incident tbereio 10.6W 00 To enable the Secretary of State to defray the coat of a prtaon ship at Caatoa, la Cblaa, from the irat day of Jaaaary, eighteen band red and Ifty-ftor, to the flrat of Jaaaary, ri^hteoa hundred aad fllty aeeen. and for coapeaaatloa of tbe marshal of tbo eoaaular coo it at Caatoa, from January oaa. olghteen aad Cf y-foar. to ?rtoaath Dorember, eighteen hundred aad tfty-aeaea 4,Mi W ta Ctiloa'aod tbe coaauU at Um Ira porta ta Cblaa, Tit: Kwang-chow Amor. Fu-cbow. Magpo, and Hbatjthae, from tbe flrat of Jala, eigbieea baadrod aad ftlty-laa, to I he thirty-Ural of December, eighteen hundred and flfty-aix fl.(*? 0f? - ??- oo Bftht mtt making mppropri*ti*m* ft" Ik' fmjfori / tht Militmry Aemdi M)r fm th* f*r tudtmg tkr tktrt?th / Jim, iifiitr* kumdrtd mmd HZtf-tm*. For p?y of ofleen, lastructora, eadeti and BMldtM IM,0M M For commutation of subelsteaoe >MW 4,Mi W For to race lor ?Am ?' iMfM 1,44? W For pay In lira of clothing to oluwi' servants - 99 99 For current mmd ordt nary nptMM,m follows: repairs and lmprortiMaU, fuel, and apparatus, forage, poetage,stationery. transportation, prlatln?, clerk*. nntaceUaMteas and Incidental (xpeniet, and drpartmata of Inatruction MJH9 99 For gradual increase and expeaee of 11 rary mm?????<???? For eiprnaea of tbe Board ef V letters 4 J*0 ? For forage of artillery aad cavalry boraee .. 8,040 00 For aupplylng boraea for art 11 lory aad cavalry practice 1,0W 00 For repaira of oAeers' quarters sot vo For models for tbe deport wt of caellrT aa a a ?? ??. * i m a a aa ? m *m* 100 I Pat avtonetnn a# ?r itar Mm* 4aa _ cmwtf reoervolr. -* - IJItIO For tarrtti and bttterln for artillery exercise ? 1*0 00 For furniture for hospital for cadets... 100 00 For annual repair* of gas pipes and retorts Ill 00 For warning apparatus for Mtiiate building *,780 00 For materials far quarters for subaltern officer* ? UO,Mt 0? By tkt act to pay to tkt Stm.lt of Misteuri ikt amount expended by ?mi?t Stmt* in rtpcllimg tkt tarajtMi of tht Otogt Indians To pay to tbe State of Mtaaouri the rnounl of money expeadad by aald Stat* In repelling the Invasion of the 0?age Indians In eighteen bunded and thirty-aevon W By tko act to liqmodau th* unadjusted contracts of tko Timckm rimr improormont To pay all contract# Bade by tbc duly author! and olc?ti of the government appointed under tbe act of tbe thirty-aecond Congress Baking an appropriation for tbo Improvement of tbe Tenneaaee rWar.. By tkt act to roimkmrst tkt Corporation of Gtorgttown, *n tht District of Columbia, a sum of rxonty advanced totrardt tko construction of tko Lit tit &nlls bndgt. To repay tbe corporation of Gaorgetown, In tbe Diatrict of Columbia, all money* heretofore advanced by tne Mia corporation for im to ward* the construction of tko bridge over the Potoaoar at tbo point known aa the Little Fall*.? 4.600 00 Bjr tk* act mmking oppraj?r<ortea/oe tk* urrtet / U< Ptil Ojki D*yarimtn,l during tk* Jttcni ytar ending tk* thirtieth / Jutm, txgkUrn h undrtd and rxrty-tm*. 'tSMTftMiffafii'if ICWISi Slate* and on such route* along tbo coaata of the United State* aa 4* not touch at a foreign port I A44JV 00 For compensation to po*f notora.... 8,551 two <*> For clerk* In the oflee* of pottmuter* MIO.flOO 00 For ahlp, steamboat, and way letter* M.0H0 OU For ofllce furniture In the poet oBce . 4 0UU 0u For advertlalng 70,000 00 For raatl bag* 65,000 00 For paper required for printing blank* 70 000 00 For printing blank* It.OOO tio For wrapping paper 52,?*? 00 For mall lock*, key*, and atampa. .. 15,W0 00 For mall depredatlona and apeclal agent* 70,000 on For tniftcellaneoua payment* 150,000 00 For poatage, atampa, and stamped envelope* 100,000 <w For payment* of balance* one to foreign countries 900,000 00 To supply deficiencies In the revenue nt toe root umcc lwpiinw ror the jear ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixtyone 71 llur<^??7i By tkt act to amtmd a* act *nt%tl*d "An art in addition M tk* acts prohibiting tkt *latn trad* " For removing to the const of Africa, and there providing With food, ahelter, sod clothing, for a term not i f ed one Tear from the date of landing In Africa, the captured African recently landed In the southern district of Florida 1-?0/100 no By tk* act mafciag appropriation* for tkt payment of tk* tzpon*** of tk* l*gisSativt autmbly of tk* T*rrttery of Minn**ota For the payment of the expenses of the legislative assembly of the Territory of Minnesota >6,000 00 By tkt net for tkt r*li*f of tk* Mi*rtonary Socioty of tk* M*tA0di*t Episcopal Cknrck. For the claim to the land embraced within the limits of the military reservation at the Dalles, la OreSoa Territory, and of all claim tor a mage* tor destruction of property on or near the aaid land by tbe United States troops or Volaatovra or Indians at any time anterior to tbe date of said aelease WJW W> Jly Xk* met making apprtfrimJimm i / r Ik* cmrrtmt and r?slis|isl ? f*nlit / Tndimm dtj>rnrtm??t, and for fml All iw tremtw tltpsia rirai rarietu Indtmm trib4j, for tki fear emdiJtuu UUrtUtk, lifktee* hundred and uxtf > ?. For the current and contingent expenses of tbe lad.an department, ft For the piy of aperlataad?1? at r 1 nd.an affairs and uI tb? several l?j. . dtan agents, par acta of flXlh M ' .. third March, eighteen k?4W?|i... .w fty-tbroe, thirfj-trat Jniy, etffc.* ?ai > f i tees hundred and Afty-four, j.\ ftfsrrli Dlvklwo huiu)r?4 lilfti. tre, eitfbu?Dtb Auuu?t, elgMew bnnd?! and ftftir-aLi, tbir* March, . .. rlgbtfei ti.riQif-d and ,UJ and twelfth June, eightcm haadrrd and lfhr eigiH u, - 87,738 tf Por ttar par oftei.' aeTpral Jadlaa aah- Mt# grata, pet act of thirt|-tral JtUy, citfbtM buudi*4 aid lity-foar... ,, 10,111 |p For the par of clefk to in^rrlitMi. W ent at St Loult, Mmmu.1, per act >M of twrnty-*?*telk Jon*, eighteen handrrd and forty-eui IJ* ? Por tb? pay of Clerk to aoperiataa*. rot In Call forrfla, Nr act of thlr^ "" March, eighteen Wrrf aod ^ft,- ? W"S + mirtCh^jor*, XMn ror prorhaoy .?_ . tt H?. 0(1 F.f bn-ld!-** ct rfpatn? . . Tfcrij^........... , . Hi^uUi JC< Ch ppcwft* of thr L*k? ftuprrW- .. fi,7M ?9 mfurtk f+f )