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Belmont Gazette (Newspaper) - April 12, 1837, Belmont, Wisconsin BY JAMES CLARKE wr oo UKy T IOWA COUNTY W K COOKS informs his friends and the nuhc in thai has on hand n general apartment of DRY GOODS consisting hi pail of Jfjinens Di mastics Fancy Storks and 3 nels Also Groceries il Tinware Boots ami Shoes Looking Lamps together wuh an t of BY AUTHORITY All of which ho will sell on moderate let ins or Cash 01 and Beef Hides wo ild public to call ami for March 2 ah LAWS 07 THE UNITED STATUS AT THE SECOND OF CONGRESS A 13 wain all not to pure lase Coin ft PERRY any of the west half oi tno E quarter and Jhe east half of 1 ic JNr W of section Wo of township Nw in Nro two in the Wisconsin District having obtained a deed from me lor the of by fraud are as follows Last week made moan offer for niy ded halt of tracts to which 1 agreed t wuh the the was to he pud deed made out and on my asking Perry for tho money he told me to wait n th room where we were three minutes while ho out to biing it lie out of thi room and I into his sleigh and by ing possession of deed by a palpable f aud My munition is to make him do what is fair and or subject him to the operations of the al code JOHN HOOD Mi isral Point 2 The Celebrated Virginia Horse ILL ensuing season at tho following The to on the end 5th ot unc to at at No AN ACT to suspend certain provisos of An act to alter and the acts imposing duties on approved the day of July eighteen hundred and Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled That the of the tenth and twelfth clauses of the second section of the act to and amend the several acts imposing dulies on imports passed the fourteenth eighteen hundred and thirty-two bo and the s ime are hereby suspended until the close of next session of Congress JAMES K POLK 1 Speaker of the of W R KING President of the Senate pro APPROVED March 1st 1837 ANDREW JACKSON of c stable of Nichols at Point E the of Col James 11 Gentry at Belmont t stable in Uu at Minimal Point and then alternately days at place din ing the Conditions ior tho use of Saladin aie is for tho season 12 dollais bingle mare pulling 4 will have me fifth giatis By the in- single leap and the HI it u i u the usual puce to be within tlie on an addition of twenty per will be unless a written to the All will be ol Mates loll t the stands Init no liability escape Any a commencing the si awn will be hold for the payment ot the season and when put by tno insurance to be paid so soon as the t oi the maie with foal shali be anil any ins off a maio will bo held foi the ance money 7 yotis old this a beautiful about 15 hands inches possessing ts mm h muscular power as any horse n nni will remain at the stable of lames U Gently at until the commence 10 any ma fan JUSTUS DK SEELHORST PEDIGREE i f om my father in who him and j ior him five when a colt sire Lafayette lan thi twenty thousand dollar lace in w Voik and was considered by William R Johuson the finest o hoise in was gotten by ginian tho best son of old Archie dam by and by ho by tho horse B picr raided by Col Holmes of the and was out of his di was gotten by rme of the race in America But the oi all the above named hoises see the Tint Register W B SLAUGHTER Green Bav Wept II 1836 I certify that the young Salad in sold by Wm B Slaughter was by me and t lat he was four yi ar old last go by Col Bolt's lunning hoise Lafayette for MO dam by foi see also Tint grandam by Peacemaker for whose boe Register under my hand this da of November 1334 SAMUEL SL LUGHTER Mr na no is signed to above is a gentleman o and his aio entitled to the fi Host confidence WM RIVES Va Nov 34 Maich 2 tf SEA L Erd S A LS ILL be at the Assistant v of Subsistence at W T until the of March ior the at Post of TH UTY BOUNDS or Burr ON THE HOOF on r before the oi July of age 11 not be will be in a pr portion not ex- one in twelve head oi cattle Tin of the Beef to bo by nation pad the estimate to be made will and for issue out to Hide or I which will be- come tbe pi oi the Good be lot the of K M LAO Assistant of Subsistence Fort W T 0 1837 a s Article re J s b fo sale by 3 EDGAR At No AN to the jurisdiction of the District Court of the United States for the of Ar- s Be It enacted by Senate and House of Representatives of the United of America in Congress assembled Th it she District Couit of the for the District of Arkansas shall have the same and power in all ever that was given to the several district of the United States by nn act Congress approved March thirtieth eighteen and two entitled uAn act to late and intercourse with the Indian tribes and to preserve peace on the or by any subsequent acts of Con- gress concerning crimes offences or which may be committed against the laws of the United States in any town settlement or tern lory belonging to any In- dian tribe in amily with the United States of which any other district court of the United States may have jurisdiction March 1837 12.] AN ACT making appropriations for the of the army for the yeai oaf thousand eight hundred and and for other purposes of ba for troops at posts are n public buildings for tion of for the of subst clothing and of for si mmer cantonments encampments Uid ry practice ninety-five thousand i Fc r o for the trans aortal ion of laeir ling in troops the sum of Jand of troops and of ing tho baggage of troops whan moving I r by 1 md or water and i or liiro of hoists oxen cart wagons and boats for the put pose of j tian or fur tho garrison f and c at the several posts hirs of of finds for tho j pay of sailing a I posts on the Gulf of Me aco and of procuring as require it the trans- por of from the depot at adc to the stations of the of sub- sist from the of and the points of delivery under to such places as tha circumstances of the vie 3 may require it fo he of fro n foundries and arsenals fo tion frontier posts and of land fiom th western mines to the several arsenals the of one hundied and seventy-seven th usand the incidental expenses of the Department consisting of postage on public letters and packets expenses of co and in i the of judge advocates m and witnesses extra pay to diers under an act of Congress of the March eighteen hundred aud tesn expenses of expresses fiom the tn r posts of the articles for the of officers and hire of compensation to m the offices of and assistant quartermasters at posts where their d cannot be performed without such and to temporary agents in charge of d works and in he of o her duties purchases of hoises to mount e second regiment of dragoons nnd d to keep the two regiments o dragoons complete including the N Invoice ot choice Liquors A nnd foi SCALES Be it enacted by the Senate and Houxe of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled That the following sums be and the same are hereby to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated for the support of the army during the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven is to say For the pay of the army one million ninety thousand one hundred and thirteen dollars Tor the subsistence of officers three dred and thousand six hundred thirty-eight For forage of horses seventy thousand nine hundred and eighty-seven For clothing for officers servants six thousand five hundred and fifty For payments in lieu of clothing to dis- charged soldiers thirty thousand subsistence exclusive of that of of- nine hundied and thirteen four hundred and dollars including the sum of three hundred and five thousand hundred and seventy-two dollars for the subsistence of the and militia ca led out for preventing or suppressing In- dian For clothing of the army camp and soa equipage cooking and hospital fu two hundred and six nine hundred and forty For the medical and hospital department thirty eight thousand five hundred For the regular supplies furnished by the Department consisting of fuel forage straw stationery and printing hundred and eight thousand dollais For barracks quarters em- the and enlargement of rocks quarters and hopp at the several the erection cf rs ry cantonments at posts as shall be occupied during the year and of for the protection of tbe cannon at forts on the sea boaid the purchase of the siry tools and materials for the objects ed and of the authorized furniture for the rent of quarters foi officers ciase of horses to supply the place of those v hich may be lost and become unfit for and the ejection of additional stables cne hundred and ninety-two thousand 1 For contingencies of the army three sand month's extra pay to soldiers and for the contingent expenses the recruiting service i and three hundred and sixty-two For arrearages prior to the first of July me thousand eight hundred and fifteen ible through the office of ths Third Auditor mo thousand For the national armories three hundred md sixty thousand For the armament of the fortifications two hundred thousand For the expenses of the ordnance service one hundred and twenty-three sand nine hundred aud seventy-five For arsenals three hundred and three thousand four hundred and twenty-nine For the purchase of percussion cannon locks fifteen thousand For the manufacture of elevating chines for barbette and casemate carriages eight thousand two hundred and fifty For the manufacture of sponges for field and battery cannon one thousand nine dred and sixty For the rifle factory at the Harper's Ferry eight thousand five hundred and sixty-nine dollars For completing the barracks at Baton Rogue being an amount expended out of tbe general appropriation for the Quarter- master's department to enable the icg officers to close the accounts three thousand nine hundred and sixty-nine dollars five For completing the wharf at Fort Monroe Virginia five hundred constructing a river wall making em- tbe same arching ing repairing the embankment of the new canal and for completing the shop at Harper's Ferry Virginia fifty three thousand saver hundred aud forty-three dnl hrs For a at the at florae five thousand For w and wharf and making a to the at the arsenal Mount in addition to rier appropriations foi those objects siv six hundred For the site the arsenal at one thousand 1 irs i n shop a reservoir and P ige house at tv thousand one Foi Ilia purchase often copper fi seventeen thousand Sw 2 And be it enacted the following sums money bs paid any money in the Treasury not titled on the requisition of the of and so far as shall be same be expended for thv to For the travelling clothing legal expenses of the Tei into the of tho United Slates under the requisition under date of April one thousand eight hundred and and of Governor of twenty-eighth of the same month and by the Secretary of War on the ninth of bv direction of the President of Stages one hundred thousand Provided that such of said volunteers i under the proclamation of ernor Cannon of the sixth of June or eth of July one thousand eight hundred and weie mustered of the United States and arc ti under the act of May twenty-third thousand eight hundred and thirty-six shall aot be paid for clothing out of tin lid appropriations For pay travel ling clothing and other legal of the mustered into tho service of the States under the order of the Secretary ol War of May twenty-fifth one thousand eight hundied and thirty-six arid Governor proclamation of Juno sixth one sand eight hundred and thirty-six dollars For pay travelling clothing and legal expenses of the Tennessee mustered into the service of the United States under General Gaines's requisition unde date of June twenty-eight one sand eight hundred and and Cannon's proclamation of July eth one thousand eight hundred and thirty six thousand three hundred ten the liabilities incurred by Camion in raising money so far as has been expended in tm service of tho United States on account o the aforesaid volunteers thirteen thousand five hundred dollars For pay due the Executive staff of tlv of Tennessee while actually in obtaining organizing or rr arching volunteers during the year on thousand eight hundred and to il place of their rendezvous retun s of said volunteers three thousand dollars SEC And lie it f wilier enacted Tba the Secretary at Wai be and he hereby to cause to be paid to the volui and militia of Kentucky Tennessee Alabama and Mississippi including tlr companies In Mississippi mustered into tbn sen ice who wove duly called into service and whose service was accepted by the Ex- of the States respectively the summer of the year one thousand hurdred thirty-six under requisitions from the Secretary at War or fiom the generals the troops of the United States anc who were discharged before marching the amount of one month's pay with ail tho allowances to which they would have been entitled if they bad been in actual service dn ing the period of one month and that t ic bo paid out of any money in the Tre h- un not otherwise appropriated 4 And be it further enacted Tiat clt ven thousand six hundred and fifty dollars bs appropriated for paying the Rifle Hangers volunteers and the Independence under tbe command of Major Holt aril for the payment of Major Holt and talion staff or so much of said sum GS n ay be necessary for those purposes be
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