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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 July 1861

F. kJ i ' THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, (flCNDATS EXCEPTED,) On Seventh street, near K, opposite the General Poet Office, by TV. J. MURTAGH 4 GO. RATES WXIWERTISING: One square, three days.; .; :.$1.00 CV iN&wml. JKiwMxmt une square, tour days. 1.26 One square, five days. 1.60 One square, six days 1.75 One square, two weeks 2.75 One square, three weeks 3.60 One square, one month.... 4.00 One, square, three months , 10.00 une square, six moauu. ....... iuw One square, one year 30.00 L19 Kvery otner aay aaverusemenu, nuy per eeni. additional ) once a week advertisements charged as new for each insertion. Inserted only once, tea cents a line. Advertisements Inserted inside, 33 per cent, advance. Ten lines or less constitute a square.- I TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscriber!, three dollars and fifty cents per annum, payable In advance. Vol. I. WASHINGTON, D.,0., MONDAY, JULY 8, 1861. No. 188. W...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 July 1861

MMM-?: tm&.vc mtjmd.- ft t W ; ES c Publication OlV.ce, comer of loiliio avenue and Second L Street. Pnnt fur tale or paper on SaTenth itreet, ojoslte ( ; be General I'ost Office. PUBLISHED Y AV. J. MUHTAGH X CO. QEOnOE W. WESTON, KdMor. NATIONAL IffirUBLIOAN. Monday, July 8, 1601. B3- $ 4MrtJirareti nucc,i eIctF "fto Vlrtlscri, wffl U Intcrtod without payment la adrmw jgy Extravagant icports prevailed in (he city lost 'night of"tt-bnttleTjesterdny morning between General Johnston's and General Pat terson's forced. The authority of a mail agent ii given for tho rumor. Wo vrcro uiiablo to trace them to nny other source. Tho Gov ernment, we learn, heard nothing of the con test up to eight o'clock last eviuing. It is knows, however, that Johnston bai been rein forced J nnd hence the strengthening of Gen eral Patterson's column by the dispatch of several regiments yesterday by rail. Col. Lamon reached the city yesterday by a special train from Martiusburg, and no doubt made the Gove...

Publication Title: National Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 July 1861

Li 1 1 5 t ?? IBS LOCAL NEWS THE CELEBRATION OP THE FOURTH OP JULY. Wo continue our notices of the celebration of the Fourth of July at the various camps, which were necessarily crowded out on Saturdoy, owing lo the gr:nt press of matter on our col umns: The Fourth at Boaoh'i Spring. The Fourth was celebrated la good style by the third New Jersey regiment now encamp ed at Roach's Spring. Before daylightthere was a disposition manifested to make a noisy de monstration, and for a little while there ap peared to bo a general popping of revolvers with an occasional report of a mnaket, but this was Boon suppressed. At 7J o'clock the regi ment was formed in hollow square) around a flag-staff that had been erected the day before. A new flag had been purchased by tho officers, and at a signal it was unfurled, and as its beau tiful stripes floated on the air, it was greeted with three hearty cheers. General Runyon then en tered the square and proceeded to deliver a short address, in which ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 8 July 1861

swn9wmMPBSUMv wwilu-o jahmi1 iw NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Publio Aots Passed at the Seoond Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Cur. LXUin An Acl to orgnli lh Territory of Nevada. ife it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That nil that part of the i tnrritnrv nf thn Un led & atcs. meiuaea wunin I the followine limits, to wit: beginning nt the point of intersection of the forty-second degree of north latitude with the thitty-nintb. degree .of longitude west from Washington; thence, running south on the lino of said thirty-ninth degree of west longitnde, until it intersects the northern boundary line of tho Territory of New ilexicoj thenco doe west to the dividing ridge separating the waters of Canon Valley from those Outflow into the Pacific) thciice on said dividing ridge northwardly to the forty-first de gree ol north latitude) thence duo north to the southern boundary line of the State of Oregon; thence doe eas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 July 1861

tWPM5W- T ' f..ei.TtiiVii.-fsjiiitiW-jissi 2 1 fan tmrTrfm"iriarrrnr'nnrimiii i THE NATIONAL-REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERY M0BNING, (SUNDAYS KXCEPTED,) On Seventh street, near K, opposlto the Qeuer.il Post Office, by W. J. MURTAGH & 00. TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mail subscribers, three dollars and Afty cents per annum, payable In advance. , TfATESOF ADVEKTMtfCtf One square, three days ' $1.00 Ono square,' four' days ,..'. ,v1.25 One square, fire dsys.-.i 1.50 One t quare, six dayi .'.....;..... .1.75 One square, two weeks 2.76 One square, three weeks... ..!.......,. 3.00 One square, ons montli 4.00 One square, throe months 10.00 One square, six months. ..;.;. ..'..i.!., 10.00 One square, one year . 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent 9Sfficri?al !' LJtC) additional one a wee advertisements cnargea as new for each Insertion. Inserted only once, ten cents s line. Advertisements inserted inside, 33 per ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 July 1861

...nmmmiiw " llJl'""..il.)l W ,J,l,V)U,,f-llL11ll.t.l-.lW..,t'.l,.'i'lU.l.l.l'l. HHIM. .. : w-ti? " ? , -. - .. '-.m -. !l ' I t l:i 'i : f in r ji j If r SH m rnbliutlm Office, cnrnr of taaisnt avnn ted Boron rt ttrtiL lx tor ulsotptpai on Mteutli ttml, cppciii'; i oefltwrtll'eMOffiw. , PUBLISHED BY W. J. MGRtAGH A CO. OEOnOE M. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tuesday, July 9, 1881. y Xo tTrtlsiinls or noucts, ext eft lo regular J. Tcrtlacrt', rill t Inserted without payment In advance jWe are authorized to state, that the death of Judge'Do'oglny wfli'be announced In tbe Senate to-day. i i i n 487 Wo ace requested to annonnce that there will 'be a reception at the Executiro mnntion this (Tuesday) evening. Trie ArrAtn or July 2. The Williamsport correspondent 6f the Philadelphia Inquirer says, in reference to " Camp Stevens," which ww occupied by the enemy when Gen. Patter eon crossed the Potomac on the 2d of July, that Col, C. P. Dare found in one of tho cam p3, Immediately af...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 July 1861

v - yvjy - . EE3- tftn fwr ill, THrRTY.SEVJ2NTI,r'C0NGkESS, FIRST 8E83ION. SENATE Monday, July 8, 18G1. Mr. E. D. Baker, of Oregon, appearnd in his seat.' The VICE PRESIDENT laid before the 8enate a letter from the Secretary' of fltato of KaWs, eilcloainrj a bill entitled "AnAAct pro viding for the taxation of the Indian Wyan dotte lauds," and requesting bica to use hi in fluenco to secure' its prompt passage .through Congress) which was'reerrecf to the Commit teo'on Indian Affairs. "" Also, a memorial from the Chamber of Com merce, of the city of New York, on the subject of the present condition of the harbor defeuces of that port ) whichwas referred to the Com mitteo on Military Affairs. i Mr. HALE presented the petition of Copt. Roger Jonos, representing that, he was in com mand o." the armor at Harper's. Ferry, when ho was ordered 'by the Government to destroy It, in order to prevent the armory falling into the hands of the enemy that by so doing he destroyed his own private pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 9 July 1861

n'r;n'-ijij,.'')iijJftTwiwj';niiiiMur im'huiiii.wi t I m iiiMUnmu HW.f'mrw ,-c I i M i m& H. ;r ii.w k i' i IT l i iii "i 1ft ! 1 ' til .. t; f I i 1 l! ti it ! ir i I I' El :S ?, ? fi .! j NATIONAL REPUBLICAN.. Pnblio Acts Fasted at the Second Bossion of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Uur. LXXXTV. An Act making ApproiprlftUem lor stmdrj Civil Lxvdicb or tbo Uoverumeut fur tbo Your eadtug Juuo thlrtr, eig&U'-.jauuQdreaan.t sixty two. ZJ i( enacted by the Senate and House of Representative! of the United States of Amer ico in Congress assembled, That the following sura be, and the name are hereby, appropria ted, for the objects hereafter expressed, for the fiscal year ending thirtieth June, eighteen hun dred and sixty-two, viz: Surrey of the Coast. For continuing the survey of the Atlantic and Gulf coast of the United States, (including compensation of ci vilians engaged in the work, and excluding pay and emoluments of officers of the army and navy, and petty officers and men of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 July 1861

m wmrnn 9tm w J WA. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING, (bundats kxoiptcd,) On Heriiptb street, near E, oppoilto the General Poet Office, by W. J. MURTAOH A 00. C t s- RATESjDFDyERTJSINO.. One tqnare, throe dayr. r.r.;.:.:;:..$i.00 One square, four dyi..............'......l 1.15 One tqnare, flte days.. JJbO One tqnare, six days ,'.......... 1.75 One tqnare, two week ...,..t2.7S One tqnare, three weeks 3.50 One tqnare, one month .... 4.00 One tqnare, three months...... 10.00 One tqnare, lx montht 16.00 One tqnare, one year ;.i.j;........ 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent, additional ; one week adrertbettamtt charged at new tor each Insertion. -..jy Inierted only once, ten cent line. AdrertlsemenU Inierted Inside, 33 per cent, advance. -' Ten llnet or leu constitute qaarW o iS''s00 itrauratt atom TERMS. To city lubiertben six and a quarter cent! per week, payable to the carrieri. To mall subscribers, tlirt dollars and fifty oenta per annum, payable I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 July 1861

:. wcnaicjjitesg t- -ztjz i iiV . ' r. : i, in 11 hi. i I in. - i:f 3 h; l!t yy)hwiWhw imfiw PubUcatton Offlca, oorasr of Indiana aTanna and Second iticat. Dap tor aala of papara on Saysnlh lUMt, oppoalla tb Of of rat Tost Office. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MURTAGH CO. GEORGE U. WESTON, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Wednesday, July 10, 1881. && No adverllicrnoaU or notice', 'except to rtgnUr ad TtrtUtn, will b tainted without payment In advance Ftio or Troce. A'persotf,"Trionsly"re potted to be nanreA-Taylorand Johnston, bring ing a letter addressed to President Lincoln which Qen. Beauregard, at Manassas Junction, indorsed as from Jefferson Davis, 'was sent in on Monday by Col. Porter to Oen. McDowell's quarters, at Arlington. The General sent him over to headquarters, where he was kindly but closely kept, aud returned under escort. The letter amounted to nothing, of course, and was merely a ruse, to give the bearer an opportunity to fee whether there was any movement of a positive c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 July 1861

s LOCAL -NEWS MOVEMENTS 01' THE MILITARY. ' UONE INTO VIRIilXIA. The fourth Maine regiment left their camp, on Meridian Hill, on Monday night, and pro ceeded by ateamboat to Alexandria, wLen they were marched into Virginia. The fifth Maine regiment took tho same rotate yesterday morning, Tor the "Old Domin ion." The second and third Michigan regiments broke their camps, near the Cham Bridge, yes terday, and puxaed oTer into Virginia. AKRIVAL OP TUB TBIRTT-TB1BD NSW YORK. The thirty-third regiment New York volun teers arrived yesterday afternoon, about four o'clock, from Klmira, New York, having left there on Monday afternoon, at three o'clock. They Are a neatly equipped and uniformed set of young meo, numbering about one thousand, rank and file. They are armed with the Springfield musket, and are .accompanied by a full brass band and drum' corps. The following are their officers : " Colonel R. T. Taylor, Lieutenant Colonel C. Walker, Major R. J. Mann, Adjutant Sutton, Quartermaster ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 10 July 1861

mmmW'-'&7iStp'm'mm'u1mliVriVianFimm'"l.tmiJ-r 1 : - !! II I: ti -i mi I;; 11 t. . it i i i r RATIONAL REPUBLICAN. ' Fublio Aoti Failed at the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. Our. LXX1V. An Act naktof AtTroprtatloM fbr the cur TMt sua cootiugent Expense tf the IihIUd Department, , ud for rninunif Treaty fctlpuUtlom wllh various 1b. dkta Trlbet, (or tba Yew eiMInf Juas thirty, elthteea i buartd ud tuny-two. Be it enacted by the Senate and Bout of , Rtprtstniatiru of the United State of Amer- ' tea in Congress assembled, That the following c sams b, tod they are hereby, appropriated) I out of an money in the treasury not otherwise I appropriated, for the purpose of paying the current and contingent expenses of the Indian i Department, and fulfilling treaty itipulationt i with the various Indian tribes ' For the current and 'contingent expenses of I the Indian-Department, namely : For the pay of superintendents of Indian af-1 lain ana ot ins several Indian agents, per a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 July 1861

mmmmtmmmmmm mmw k S&crt Q Stitf J?9tU THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN 13 PUBLI8HKD EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS KXCKVTED,) Un k'ovouili street, near E, opposite the General Post Office, by W. J. MURTAQH 4 00. RATE" OF ADVERTISINO.: Ona square, three days- ,'.t .'.".$1.00 One square, four days ;...-..-. r,y 1.2B One square, fire days .".. J JO One square, Six day ....; ; a.j ,i& One square, two weeks , 2.75 One squaro, three weeks '3.B0 One'squ'nry,' fane month L.!..j..;.J. .?.(.. j4.00 One square, three months ,". 10.00 One square, six months .-..10.00 One squat) lone-' year. .". 30.00 Every other day advertisements, fifty per cent additional ; once a week advertisement charged as new for each Insertion!. Inserted only once, ten cents a line. Advertisements' lnserted'inside, 33 J percent advance. ' Ten lines or less constitute a squaro; fj SO ,t I Os TERMS. To city subscribers six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carriers. To mall subscribers, three dollars and fifty cants po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 July 1861

ir i l li 11V I J, fe I : . i i . i t t i I li Hi !! $ 1 1 I R . ' I r.s ;. A vssLtQ raMtatUrm Ocjca, edraer of Iadun arenas and Second rtrnt. fro! flralaoTrirs on Savanlli street, oppotlU tk 0wl Pwt Offlo. PUBLISHED BY W. J. MUBTAQH i CO. QEOROE U. WE8I0N, Editor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Tharsday, July 11, 1861. & S'o advertisements or nouces, except lo reiruUr ad Winers, will bo Inserted wlltot't pajmtnl Is advance. j The appointment of General Ashley, of Ohio, as Chairman of the Committee on Ter ritories, U gratifying to bis Republican friends here, who appreciate his fidelity and energy. VmonrUc Oa TnosdaJ, Mr. Carlisle was elected by the Legislature, United States Sena tor for the long term, and W. 'T. Willey, of Monongahela, for the short Mr. Carlisle is now a member of the United States House of Representatives, and has been in that body be fore. Mr. Willey is a new man in national politics. The election of these gontlemen gives great satisfaction here. It will be pleasant t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 July 1861

see ff0 KM LOCAL NEWS MOVEMENTS OF THE MILITARY. ARRIVAL Or TUE SE IALB REOIMENT. This fine regiment, from Now York city, School Examinations. The male depart ment of tbe second district school is to be ex amined at 1 o'clock to-day, and tbe female de partment of the same district will be examined at the same honr to-morrow. numbering 1,050 men, arrived here nt four o'clock yesterday afternoon. This regiment probably comprises a greater number of officers and men who bare seen service on tbe.battle field than any which has yet arrived here. Of tho hitty-three officers in the regiment, twenty, threo hive already been under fire ; and the proportion will probably hold good for the privates, a large portion of them having been actively engaged in the Prussian army against tbe Danes, from 1848 to 1851. Their uniform is that of the Prussian rifles, dork green tunics faced with red, grey pants with red stripes, and dark green caps with red facings. ( The uniform of company A is that of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 11 July 1861

" TT.". T.'.r"jrm- CV'-' "':-iv5P?ffi?55i--' cT7tya-rrrU'&t U lrarraib.i,.,h.w. w.,J:) v () fil , I (v M ! ! i i i i i 1 ! . ! : i j HErUBLICATf. Public Acts Passed at the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Congrosi. Our, LXSXV. An Act miking .lpiropitatlon Tor ih cor. rcntiiaa)titlnsiMitfJeiiic or iha Indian Inrimenl, ud for li lulling Ttmiv ftlpiihuom with vnrlonj Ja ijLU Tribes, for Hie Year n nig Juno thirty, elghtwi hundred aud slxt) -tn . fcOVTINUKP. For seventh of ten instalments for support of a miller, per eighth nrticle treaty- sixteenth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, six hundred dollars. For seventh of ten iuitnlment for support of blacksmith and assistant, and iron and steel for shop, per eighth article treaty sixteenth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, niuo hundred and forty dollars, T tor seventh often instalments for support of ,atmlr P.er eighth. article treaty sixteenth March, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, sit hundred dollars. For keeping in re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 July 1861

I -!- J-irl L.' JI.JWI IJJi.il . II IHIL .. 14.. ..... ........ ,, ,, . "' ' l'l4HBSMl.'.li ., ,.., ''.- .- . . ,..--ZM 1 25fAm-lWi.'HCKat4 THE JNATlOtNAL REPUBLICAN IS PUBL18HBD EVERY MORNING, (SUNDAYS KSCEPTKD,) Vn fWenth street, near B, opposite the General Post Office, by W. J. MURTAOH A CO. TKS'TE!rOF"A'DVERTlSINar- On equate,, tnreeuays....... ,......$1,00 Ono square, fonr days. u;.....u..,.:.l lias One square, fhe day .;..i........ 1.50' Ono jquorr, al foF - .... l.TSj One square, two weeks .. '1.75 One square, three weeks........... .;... fc. 3.50 One square, pne,mouth 4.00 One sqnaro, tbreomonthg .....".7 10.00 Ono'jquVra,JeiJnrofitliiii..( ; .T.TIC 00 One square, one 'year I... 30.00 Every other day adrertlsements, fifty per cent, additional ; one ft veck,a4Tcrtiaemcnts charged as new for each Insertion". " ' inserted only once, ten cents a line. Advertisements Inserted Inside, SSJ'per cant adrance. " - - Ten lines or lees conitltuTeHa square. axxQn '. TERMS. To city subsc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 July 1861

. - tf'-VJT - WJI' v -!.-.- ' f"" v- - HBM.1tU I i f i PuMlatkiii OftM, mrntr of Indau a t Bei nrert. riiforvJo(rrroa6vitrwt,pio laaOflceraflr'SlOSca. PUBLISHED -Y W. J. MURTAGH 4 CO. orOKOK U. WESTON, IMItor. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Friday, July 18. U9L r ! iJTcnlstmuiU or noOcci, wr4 to rtisr t ..rtwn, will 1m hurtJ wliboot rjmn to " jogy-Coloael Stone's command is repotted to have arrived at Martinsburglast Monday morn ing. Tt embraces the seventh Pennsylvania regiment, ninth New York, second and third Wisconsin, third New Hampshire, and first Pennsylvania. The whole numbering some 7,000. J0" The grand jury of the United States dis trict court, sitting in Baltimore, has found bills of indictment for treason against John Merry man, 8amuel Mactier, Lewis Bitter, James McCartney, Philip Casmire, Michael Hooper, and Blchard H. Mitchell. Vieoku Smatom. By the Legislature in session at Wheeling, on the 9th, John S. Car lile, of Harrison county, was unanimously elected United States Senato...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 July 1861

CWCrTTMr. -- - M,JJMM, , MM , i i i . T'.'"r ITTf? "1 ""'.'i'i 'T . r ,'mmm,'KjZr-Zl2St!Z333llBUMUlEBUtikTZm IMfllKt R WAE ITEMS. General Lec and Gixikai, Soott. A writer in tho Albany Argus says, General Mc Dowell, now in command at Arlington House, was formerly a personal intimate friend of Gen. Leo, now commanding the rebel army, Thoy graduated in the name claii at West Point, and have always been very much attached to each other. Gen. McDowell now quarters in his tent, a camp bedstead and camp stove, rough table, nod his trunk, being all his furniture, near the Arlington House. He declined occu pying his friend's house, and gave strict orders that the, most severe penalties should be in flicted upon any person, officer or private, found guilty of injuring the7 fountain or defacing the grouuds even a tree is not to be felled for any purpose whatever. Col. Lyon, of, the eighth, however, occupies a portion of the house. It is said that the parting between Gen. Scott and Gen. Lee wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national Republican. — 12 July 1861

U-3J.4" jdM- lV JJ.i i iiTjtf.iir ywMSaawjwJU tt ' f . - - . ,w JHwT I : 11 ' 'li I 4 ')' f I ' I i J i I I I i t I 1 I ,. ' 1-f! NATIONAL RErUBIICAir Ihiblio Acts Passed at tho Second Session of th Tiiirty-ixth Congress. Our. 1XX2V. An Act making Appropriation for tbe ctir rent anil lOit'itfiTt Expco'M or the Indian Department, u4 tor fulgillng Treuy ttlpuUtkioi lttl Tirtouf In ituuiTrlbra, for tne Year ending; June Ihlrlr, eighteen hundred and Ml too. . cONCI.UDLD.J For second of twenty instalment for the pay nnd subsistence of one superintendent of farm iog operations, one farmer, two millers, one blacksmith, one wagon and plough maker, one carpenter and joiner, one physician, and two teachers, per fourth article, treaty ninth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, eleven thousand two hundred dollars. .For second of twenty instalments for tho pay of each of the head chief of the Walla-Walla, Cayuse, and Umatilla bands, the sum Xf five hundred dollars per annum, per fifth" ariTcrl...

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