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   Allegany County Republican (Newspaper) - May 6, 1863, Allegany, New York                                 C. HORTON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.]  » THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH. "  [TERMS, II 50 IN^AWANCB-^OTHERWÎSE:r2 Ö0.  VOL. XXVi.~NO. 44]  ANGELICA, ALLEGANY CO. N. Y,, WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 6, 1863.  [WHOLE NO. I,ä4ö  Fire Insurance ! !  1Î0RN  LLE AGENCY.  JÊtna Insuirance Company,  ,HARTFORP, CqNi;íEOTIOÜT. ÎmorpômmtTSiv— Oajñ{ííÍ'$T^ÉüO,0lTO.  IIÄMFORD ì«Sp;RAKOE GOMFANy, HABTFOBD, OoNNKCTicirr,  X.. ——M  -ÎHŒÎMX ÄlptÄNÜE-GÖM^Ny^"^^  Hartford,'Connecticut.  CITY FtRE INSURANCE COMPANY,  MAiiHATTAN FiS INS. COMPANY,  Nlw YORK CrrY. Incorppraied 1821—'Capital $200,000.  tiorth american iiiubance company Hartford, Connecticut—Capital $300,000.  NEW ENGLAND INSURANCE COMPANY,  Hartford, Connecticut—Capital S200.000. Iilsurance can be effected with the subscriber la the above old established StockCompauiCB,' on Kctorics, Personal Property, &c., on tenng as favorablb as other rc-Bponslble iflBtitutionB. Any communications ad-drfissed to Mm at HoiacUsvillo \y111 meet with prompt attention. Agent  March 8,1862-—pdly  —AnVUEirfii, GRKKW, " attorneys & counsellors at Anffttim Alti^anff County, N", Y.,  law,  Will attend to all buBinoss intrusted to their charge, with promptncBs and dispatch. <■'  B. OBEBN.] [w. ANGEL.  Office—Frotrtrroom over Thomas' Store  JLAWS OF  NEW VORK-By Authority.  [Every law, unlcga a different time ehallbe prescribed therein, ehall coHtmencd and take oficct throughout the State on and not before the twentieth day after the day of its final passage, as certified by (he Secretary 6f State. Sec. 12, title 4, chap. 7, part I. Revised Statutes^ _________  ClIAITEU 135. AN ACT making appropriations for tho support of Government for tlio fispal  tobcr, in the year eighteen hundrfecl and Rixty-tbreei r = ^ ^^  Passed April 15, 1863, three-fifths being ;pieS(iUt.;_______——  For salary of tho deputy aecretary of state and. as clerk of the commissionora of the laud office, pursuant to part ono, chap-toir nine, title one, section tliree of tho Revised Statutes, cine thousand five hundred dollars.  For compensation of clerks injhe oificjo of the ^efeilfy^otslai^ session laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-three, and all! other ijtcriOal duties incir dent to t^^  hündfed liolK including a  c^ugtqdiiuip^^^^^  fh¥rit, shall he ein^^^^^ archivist of  thj?, old„rec_QrdS-of tb^^  Books^  dollars, • ' , • " ■■ r-" ^■ ■ ■;  For expenses bi tho hall for this Btiite cabinet of natuiiftl histoiry sind the agticul-turarmuseum, which hall is hereby plaiced under the joint c^re and custody of tho re-goats of the university and the ©xecutive  - - - • -- for superintendence, repairs, cleansing,  navy purposes, to be refunded to tho treasury, pursuant to chapter three hundred and gixty-isix of the laws of c^htecn hundred and fifty-nino, tön thousand dollars.. ■  STATE' ASSESSORS.  Tlie IkopJe xif the State of N'tw Torki repstsenttd in Senate and AsmcbUj^h enaci as follotva:  SiscTioii 1. The folloAvitig sums, or ^ueh part of them aa sTialllie authorized by law, are hereby appropriated from tiie several funds and sources of revenue, to the several olyects specified in this act, for the fiscal year commencing on the first day of Octubor, ei^liteen hundred and sixty-three,^ namely;  fROJi THE REVENUE OF THE GESTERAI. FUND—  ^ KXECUTIVE department ' I fifty.gevcn, twoJhousanidoUfirs^,____________  -T-Fej-sate^-of'-tbo^erBoi-i -.liurBUUiii- lo'- '^Wialary of the accountant and^trans-  FoFTiunntu?^^ blanks,  printing, and otfeir hece'ssary expenses of tho offico of secfetafy of state, one thousand two hundred doiliH's.""" " comptroller's office. For ealarj^ of the comptroller, pursuant to part one, chapter nine, title one,.section three of the Hovised Statutes, two thousand fivo hundred dollars.  For sal ary of tho deputy comptroller, pur-suant to chapter threo hundred and eighty-one of tho laws of eighteen hundred and  and their traveling expenses, pursuant to chapter three hundred and twelve of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, to each-of thenY, one thousaniJ five -hundred dollars, _ _ _ _  OmCE OF WEIGHTS AND MEA8URKS. F«r^:j4ftlarj?L_Qt-th(i:i-supcriBtendont--of-  SüSGEQlácMi  íettnanently Located at Friendship, ^^^ Y.  Dr. c. p. carver, BSRiist. Deotal rooms over the Sllpre of S. Bennett \ Co.—iu  Smith feavia' Blocki Angelieffc----------------  N. B.—1 have no Partner.  1343tf Angelica April 29 18C3,  amerioaF^  Belmpttt, N. Y.  h W. BOLYEN,.....PROPRIETOR  rjlIHS hotel has been thoroughly renovated, re-JL paired and newly furnished, and is now opened ¡»a a  FIRST CL AS S PUBLIC II0 USE.  'The patronage of the public is solicited. The pro-.prietor will spare no pains in rendering the \mf.u-ican an agreeable and plesant place of s^'ouni _to ~iftll4ho8e"wlttrirrayrifavorMm"\v"Trrt!ieir  Passengers conveyed to and from the cai^^ilroe Alfcliarge.  inly 1, 18G2,  pd6ml303  NQ. 28 EXCHAÑGE ST.. ROCHJiSTE«, N. Y. ISAAC AH L.EY &C0.5 I'rop'rs.  . fllHlS ilouse has just com pie tely repaired --~ -Jtr Tind íH^wly furnished. Gas has alpo been introduced into al^^l. the principal Rooms—aliogether faiaking it fts complete in all its appointments as any Honao in Western New York. ' Pxices rcduced to $1 per day—meals r> cen ts. - ■ Rochester, S'jpt. SCO. 09  8:,vi;.........-.-^------—--------  ^ Charles itotcle  «^HE subscriber having rG|umed the- charge of >* the above Hotel, informs the public in general,tlíá bis old rCustomers in parMi-nlnr, that lie will  ----------eijijéivoi'to make them as comfortable, arid as  mttohat Home as la OÍden times, and promises that tlMir-Vants and comfort will be eared fur with Üinoh solicitud?. Special attention will be rIvcu • to pleasure and wedding parties, for which this Howl has been so famóUs... Pricea^ will- be made "" lílPOQCrespoíri with these baM times.-.  — - andrew charles, ■ In^frbntof^el^^^rUm^^ .......«tr^  "■""j'^,;"' ^Medical Notice.  M' Alba has returned homo and will be ready at all hours to tender hin professional service». February Ist, 1859.  chapter three hundretl and Bevoniy'siT of the laws of eighteen hundred and tw&ntj-ninc, four thousand dollars.  For salary of the private secretary of the governor, pursuant to chapter sixty-four of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, to be paid nj montlily install-meiita, two thousand dollars.  For compensation of clerks and messenger in tlie executive department, pursuant to chapter sixty-four of t,ho laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-eiglit, four thousand and ninety-five dollars,  F«r rent and taxes of the house occupied by tho governor, pursuant to part one, chapter nine, title one, section thirteen of the Revised Statutes, three thousand five hundred dollars.  For incidental expenses of government, pursuant to volume one, chapter nine, title one, section fourteen of the Revised Statutes^ one thousand five hiindred dollars'.  For"^apprehension of fugitives from justice, pursuant to part four, chapter three, title seven, section forly-five of the Revised Statutes, one thousand dollars. COX-RT OF ArrF,Ai,g ANI> SUPRBME coujiT. Fw^hu^^^or" Ehe^jirdges of the court of appeals, pursuant to chapter two hundred ftiul- seventy-seven of the 1 aws of ei gliteen- himdred and Tdil^y-Be vcuT chapter seven hundred and ninety-two of the la<vs of eighteen hundred and fiftj;-scvcn, thirteen thousand five hundred  lan;,^ :...... ....... ,  For salary of the clerk of tlio court of iippealg, pursuant to chapt^iwo hundred and Keventy-sevou of the faws of eighteen hundred and forty.-.sirven,- two thousand dollars. '  —For-.salary-of-the--deputy clm'lriif"t,tie' court of appeals, pursuant to chapter fwo In.infired and seventy-seven of the Taws of eighteen hiindred and forty.seyen, ■ due thousand five hundred dollars.  For compensation of the clerks in the office of the clerk of the court of appeals, throe thousand dollars.  For furniture, books^ brndiag, blanks, printing, aiid other necessary expenses of the ofiice of the clerk of the court of appeals, one thousand dollars.  For compensation of constable^ for attendance upon the coiirt of appeals, pursuant to chapter four hundred and twenty-nine bf the laws of eighteen hundred and' forty-seven, five hundred dollars.  For salaries of the justices of the supreme court, pursuant to chapter two hundred and seventy-seven of the laws of eighteen hundred and forty-seven, and hapter seven hundred and niufty-tWQ of XHe laws of eighteen lmndi;ed and fifty-seven, one hundred and thirteen thousand  for ofiicoi', in the oGlco of the comptroller, one i^iousand seven hundred and fifty dollaiV.  For compensation of the clerks in tho office of the comptroller, eleven thousand three-hundred-dollarsr  For furniture, books, binding, blanks, printing^ mid other necessi^ry oxpenaea.of tho office of the comptroller, one thousand two hundred dollars.  TREASUREU'B OFFICE.  For salary of the treasurer, pursuant to chapter three hundred and seventy-six of tho laws of eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, ono thousand five hundred, dollars; and for compeilsation for countersigning transfers and asaignments of securities made in the banking department, pursuant to chapter one liundred and three of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, one thousaTid dollars.  For salary of the deputy trcisiirer, pursuant to chapter two hundred and seventy-four of the laws of eighteen, hundred and forty-one, one thousand five hundred dol-lars.  For compensation of dorks in the office of the treasurer, two thousand five hundred dollars, J____________L.............. - i  ,For furnituro,,,i)ook8, binding^ -blanks, printing, and othpr ncces^sary expenses of the office cf tho treasurer, five hundred dollars.  LANfj OFFICE.  For expense^ of public lands and the compensation: of the lieutenant governor and of the speaker of the assemlDTy, for thei^attendance as commissioners of the land office, two thousand dollars.  weights and measures,[pjirBmntio ciiaptor ono Itnudred and thirty-four of the laws of eighteen hundred and hundred dollars, "  STATE PRISONS.  For salaries of tho inspectors of state prisons; pursuant" to chapter four hundred and ninety-nine of the laws of eighteen hundred and forty-seven, to each of them, ono thousand six hundred dbliars; and f(>r their traveling expenses, to each of them, four hundred dollars.,  For the support.APdjagdP-tcna^^ Boveral state prisons, pursuant to chap ier t^ò hurulrod. and fòrty of the lav/s of eigMéen hundred and fifty-four, three hundred thousand dollars-.^  For compensation of sherifis for tho transportation of convicts to the prisons  labor, gas, fuel, and other nocesaary purposes, tho bills and charijes for which shall fea audrtejLand paid-only _on_th&-joint- certificate of the secretary of the bowd of xegeiits 4}f tho «mVefaity'andof the secretary of the state^ociety for the promotion «fTagritmltuTO^^^  dollatsf fo.r the iiMireaso^nd preae^^^ of the atato cabinet of naturàl h hundred dollars; provided that na^ar^^ said stìm shall be paid tó tHe curator, ex-ieept to reimburse him for the actual expenses incurred incident to such duties.  For salary of the. curator of the state cabinet of natural history, thotìsand dollars; and said ouratoi- ehalt report ;t<> the legislature annually. /  For expenses of the state library, for the purchasò of books, three thousand dól- ^ __________  bandrcd aod thirty-nine, one hundred dollars. ,, . .  For expanses of books and stationciy for thé transfer oflSco, at the Manhattan company, in the city of Now York, two hundrtid and fifty dollar«, —For-f€03-Gf^€^>u&ty^clerk^,- pursuant - to— part one, chapter twelve, title two, section sixty-three of the Revised Statut<js,  twenty-five dollars.___ -________  ^ For feoB of sunogaies, twenty-five dollars. ---— -r --  - For advances to c^ounty treasurers on  acconnt of taxes on proycrfey_oX_ii€md:eaL:___  "dinÊ^^^^c^ëh may bo returned to tho office of iho comptroller, twenty thousand dol-lai-S. ..........--.'-r- " __  ForTepa^tneBt^f raonôy^ô^ purchasers for redemption of lauds sold for taxes, fifteen thousand dollars.  For repaymont of money in casce of failure to titla ofianda sold by the Btai», piirstjaàt t6 part dfio. chiipter nine, titjo  ceetioh six ofrthe Revised^Statute», ^ three hundred dollars, i  For repaym®ht of mbiiey errdtiiBoUsly paid into the treasury^r taxies, two thpn-  bpoks, one thousand two hundred dollars; for transportation of books, aiid other necessary expenses, seven hundred and fifty dollars; for international and state ox-changes, four hundred dollars; for salaries of the two. librarians and their assistants,  pùr&u»nt---te-êbapter--^nc—Inind^  twenty-three of the laws of eighteen hun- ^ l—j—j j -n-.-  dred and fqrty-nin^ iars.  For repayment of money paid into tho treasu^ through mistake, pursuant to jiart one, chapter eight, title ^ three, section fifteen of the lle Vised SM hundred dollara. ' : ^ {  _^lQiLpay-ment of the treasury for taxes  lU maker and J ew^er^'^i ^^ler in »ïi ¿inyB ocksj Watches, and Jcw;elry^ :^apairingjlouC  ii <>iuhort notice and rea.gonttfile tflrmsr • ' Angelica, Nov3 <Jö3r-;^^tf  ^l&cl£8mtth—'0n"TBo corner ofTfltafn' "aiid Olean st., . - opposite Rathbuns' Motel. Where all kinds of . Blacksmithing Will be done on the shortest notice, v; and most xdasonablo terms—and Horse and Ox ~~Shjoeiiig ia íTppeifróFma'ffié^ " ' > ALSO, manufacturer of Carriage.«,Buggie8,"Wagons, &c., and repairing done on short notice—one doov Bouth of ^erUlacksmith Shop on Olean street, AngelicaiNov 852. 86tf  Copartttership.  Albert BROWN, having taken William D. Olmsted into Partnership, the business of  tnanufactoring.....wrapping Paper, in its various  . Styles, will hereafter be conducted. Tit the Joncy 8 in Aogellca, under the firm of V  A; BROWN & CO. Angelica, Feb. .17th 1863. Iml334  B  BLANKS 1 BLANKS 1 BLANKS!  LANKS^of every descriptionj kept constant-lyon band, and for sale cheap at  THIS OiTICE.  - S T 0 V E S I S T 0 V E S I •IHE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT iS EVER BROUGHT INTOANGELIOA, 0 AND AT LOWER rjilCXlS,.  . '"If y<va waai a good Stbve, now is the time to get Gall and esamiae. , ' A-LOCKHART  Aogeliea, October, 18&7,  and five ''- -  For salary of the state reporter pursuant to. chapter two hundred and seventy-seven of the laws Of eighteen hundred and forty-seven, two tlio^sand dollaris.  ATTOnNEV GENERIl'^ OFFICE.  For salary of the attoincv 4renoral. pnr-suahf to chapter four hundred ajid ni^iify-iiinc of the laws /cf Gightocn liun^rd'd and forty-sevcn,-+wr) tliousand db11p§!  Fur salaiy uf^ the dcjmtyjiUpxm^ eral, pxirsnantto clrapter three hundred and fiighty-fivu of the law^of eighteen hundred and fifty-five, one thousand five hundred dollars............_________  ----ITETAHTaiEir'niF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.  For salary of the state superintendent of public instruction, pursuant to chapter ninety'-scvcB of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-four, two thousand five hundred dollars.  For salary of deputy superintendent of public instruction, ono thousand five hundred dollars.  For compensation of clefks in tho department of public instruction, two thousand dollars!  For expenditures of public instruction, pursuant to part one, chapter fifteen, title two, section ten of the Revised Statutes, three huridrd dollars.  For furuiture, books, binding, blanks, printing, and other noco;^3ary expenses of the office of tho supevintendont of public instruction, one thousand dollars.  ENGIKEEH AND SUBVEXOII'S^ omes.  For'salary of the deputy state engineer and surveyor, pur^mnt to chapter six rhundred and tliirty-three-eighte6h hundred and fifty-seven, two  For compenstition of plcrk and messenger in the office of tho attorney general, ono thousand and fifty dollars. For furiiitme. boolis^Jiindiiig,-blanks7  printing, and other ncoessary eiponses of the office of the attorney general, five hundred dollars. ' .  For costs of suit, fees of shcnfis, compensation of witnesses, and for expenses and -disbursements by the attorney gen-cral, pursuant to part three, chapter four, title_ ten. of-- the Revised Statutes, two thousand five hundred dollars.  Eor compensation of counsel employed to assist the attorney general,.pursuant to chapter three hundred and fifty-seven of the laws of. eighteen hundred and forty? eight, two thousand dollars.  SECRETARV'S OFFICE.  For salai^ of the. aucrcfar|L of state, i)ur8uanpd cfep  red and fifty-fuur, two thousand five hund red dollars.  tliousand (Jollars; and for compensation of clerks to assist him la the preparation of railroad reports, one thousand five hundred dollars; and for the expense^ of printing and binding said reports, . five , thou-Tlio «foi-opoia otllai^,' etuu-  peusatiottjrprintingandbindin^^^ Whether orderd Ixy -tlio legislature^'"otherMse,^ paid-to-tobe-treasury by the sev-eral Tatoadicom panics bf' this state, in proportion to their respoctive .gro_ss 'receipts, pui^snahTto chapter five hundred and twenty-six of the laws j)f eighteen hundred and fifty-five. ......  For compensation of clerks in the office of tho state engineer and surveyor, two -tUausaiuLi%ht4randred-aHd4ifty dolIars.  For furniture, books, binding-, blapks, printing^ and other necessary expenses of the office of the state engineer {ind servey-cr, five hundred dollars.  For the purchase of books for the uj&e of oonvict« at-the-state-prison nt' Sing^iri^ three hundred dollars; for -those at the prison at Auburn, two hundred dollars; for those at the prison at Clinton, one hundred dollars^ for those at-the aoylunl for insane convicts, fifty dollars, to be purchased under the direction of the chaplains respectively of thoso institutionB  INSANE CONVICTS.  For the support and maidtcnance of the asylum for insane convicts, pursuant to chapter one hundred and and thirty of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, fourteen thousand dollars.  For the maintcnanioG of ' insano female cohvicts at the state lunatic asylum, six hundred dollars, -----------------------------  COMMISSIONEHS op POBUO ACCOUNta.  For coTapensirtioir^and—mrbiT^^^^ the commissioners of putìiÌic aceoiiiite, pursù-act to chapter two hundred and twenty-one of the laws of ^eighteen hundred , and sixty-two, one thousand five hundred dollars.  INSPECTOB OF GAS METRES.  For salary of the inspector of gas metres, and contingent expenses, pursuant to chapter one hundred and sixteen of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty, two thousand five htindred dollars; which amount shall be repaid to the treasury by the gaslight companies, pursuaul to djap-ter three liuiidred and eleven of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-nine; and it "shall be the duty of the inspectclr of gas metres to make to tho comptroller of "tho state, a return of all the gaslight companies doing business in . this state, and of the amount of their sevjoral capital stocks, and until such return is made the salary of such inspector shall not be paid.  AUCTIÒNtìERs' ACCOUiiTS^. \ For compensation of the agent to examine the accoiiuta of auctioneers, pursuant to chapter three hutidryd and uinety-mhe of the laws of eighteen himdred and furty-nine, fc-i^hthuudred dollars.  MILITARY AITROrRIATIONS.  For the purchase of uniforms and equip-ments, pay of . officara—and- privates, .aud other cxpjeMiturcs_ authorized.by chapter fouT:, s^v^n^'-sevpn of tjtre"  laws of oightèen hundred ànd ¿ixty-two, entitled "An act to provide for the enrollment of militia, tho or^niz^tion and discipline of tho national gnard .of the state of New York^ andji6r the public defense," tife sum of two himdred th^jusané dollaiu l^àÌjijaB xVÌfBOTttER EJilP^**'^ yn OTCFICF-l  For poatage of offidaV le^^ Mid documents of the governor, cterk of the court oiUt^poalsr-atitejFBey-geflerai/ jjucretai;y b  for opening and  of the janitor, five hundred dollars. improving roads, four thousand dollars.  PAtEONTOLOGtST.^-^^ - - ONONPAOA SALT SPRINGS.  For salery of the state paleontologist, ¿^For expenses of the 6nou<iaga ¿ait purmiantto fho.lerm^x>Lthe^onttaotiaade--gj^^i^^  with him by the commissioners, for completing the natural history of the state, as authorized by chapter five hnñdred and thirty-nine of the la.W8 of eightcbn htiai-red and fifty-five, two tliousand dollars; and for the oolloction of fossils^ to be cm-ployed in tho preparation of tfio fourih volume of tho paleontology of tho state, pursuant to the samo contract, ono thousand dollars^ and for the preparation of drawings of fossils for the same purpose, one thousand dolíais.  peBsation of dorks and other persons employed, and other necessary purposes, pursuant to fehapter three hundred^and for-ty-siatDf the lawa ef oighteen kundred-and fifty-nine, forty thousand dollars;  COMMISSIONERS OF PILOTS.  For the board of commissionerà pf pitó for the expenses actualiy and necessarily incurred by them in executing the several Taws relating to thè harbor of New York, such expenses to bo certified to the comp-.troUcr imder^he mthvof A^ sècVótirry of said bòàr^^^^ five-  hundred dollars; provided that all fines and penalties collected by said board for violation of such la^^, bo first paid into tho treasury or accounted for under the oath of tho president and secreta^ of said board ; and provided, alsoj that »9 sum shall be paid or allowed in account td said board as or for compensation.  AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.  For donations t© the state 8ocie|y for the promotion of agricuìtùro and to agri-cuUural^oeietiea in tliO several counties of this state, pursuant to chapter two hundred and ninety-nino of the laws of eighteen hundred and forty-eight, tpji thousand dollars; and for tho salary pf tile éritòmologisVof tho state society tor the promotion of agriculture, 0119 thousand  dollars. ________________________  For the Iroquois agricultural society, two hundred and fifty ^OÌÌàtB,  WASHMtitON^S JIÉàD QUARTERS,  For compensation of the - keeper of "Washington's Éead Quarters," at Now bufg,-one ijiuUdfM^^ ....... ' JAMES m  For the alintiity of James Minor, pursuant to chapter two hundred of tho laws of dightectt hundred and~fifteW,^8rx^fy^ònar8^^^  THE LEGISLATUREi  For Cojioipcnsatii^^^^^ and offi  cefs ^f ihc" Icgislaturci ninety thousand dollars.  For advances' to the clerks Wythe^Beip ate and Assembly, for coutiagent expenses, sixteen thousand dollars,  - J^QK  compensation of w-itnessesj tho legislative  ma»uor, m  latnro. sixteen thousnnd dollara  BANKING pEI'ARTM^^^^^^ .  For expenses of the banking depart-men-ty for salary of .the superintondent, compeiraixtion of clerks, furniture, books, binding, blanks, printirig, and other purposes, to be refunded to the treasury, pursuant to chapter one hundred andaixty-four of tho laws of eighteen hundred and fitty-one, and cliapter one huudrod and tliree of the laws of eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, thirty thousand dollars. ■  _ ^ INWRiNCIS ,  For expenses of the insurance depart-^nmat,. for.. salaty.,„i)f. -tile.-super iHtendeiifc' com'pensation of clerks, furniture, books' binding,,, bliuiksj printing, and dther neceB-  ftate, com  ent of public instruction, state engineer arLd ¿urveyorj adjutant getieral, and inspector general, three thousand two hund-Tcd dollars.  For stationery for the public offices, pursuant to chapter three hundred and thir-teeni of the laws of eighteen hundred and fort;^-eight, three thousand five hundred dollars.  For fuel for tlui (^apitol, the state hall .tnd the state library, pursuant to chapter three hundred and ten of the laws of eighteen hundred and fprty-tworthTeOTiliou^^^  sand dollars. _ j_________  For exj^sesl^ library for rcpaii;8, cleansing, labor, gas, and other necessary .purposes, eight thoU'-sand dollars; for salary of the superintendent, nine hundred dollars.  For expenses of tho stato hal} for repairs, cleansing, labor, gas, and other ne ceasarj purposes^ including thecomponaa-tfon ol' thft fluperintendent, four thousand fiyci liuBdmddoUarfi.  For expanses of the regents of the lini vpr^it^, for printing, stationery, postage; CQinpchsatron' of'm^^^ "and' other" no  cessary purposes,, one thousand dollara;  For relief oj^tlie Onondaga Indian«, pursuant to chapter two hundred and. six  of the laws of e|ghtocn"hundrMl?i-fi eight, three hundrM dollara. - ;  For compeilsation of tho ageal of ilid Onondaga-Indians, pursuant to chapter threO hundred and seventy-six of the laws of cJightebn hundrcdand fifty^nOj ono hundred dollars; , ^ ^ ^ . ;: -vF^t <;otiipen8iati^ the Onondaga Indians, on tho Allegany -ond Cattaraugus reseWation, pursuant to ehap-  lawa_ofJeighteeir hundred aiid forty-seveb, ono hundred and fifty dollArS;  Fer compensation of the attb^n^'^^ the St. Hegis Indians^ pursuant ^Jc^dp^ threo hundred apd twctity-fi'^j^f tho laws of eighteen huBdrcd . ai^ hufidred and fifty doil^^  For comjien^atio^or the attorney of the Seneca Indians,^muant .to chapter diie hundred and fi^ of the laws of eighteen hundred and forty-five, ono bundled and fifty  :-STii^E' TRINTiyC  ----— ■ ■ ■ , ■  FoT^fpinsesoTfci^^ Indj^ lands,' pureuan^^^^^ two  hjinidred and four} of the laws of eijghteon imndred ond twcnty-<mc, two hiihdred dollars, ?  INTERBST ON STATE INDEBTEDNESSr  For interest On the debt created for tho benefit of the Stöckbridge Indians, pursuant to chaptcr two hundred and eight of the laws of eighteen hundred and forty-eight, and chapter thirty-seven of the laws of eighteeo h^ two thotis-'  and one hundred and sixty qpllars.  For interost on^ s^^^ gtockr issued on account of tT^o Altiahy ."Basin IdaH; pursuant to #aptett^ of the laws of eighteen htfndrcd -and forty-nine, nino tlignsand six hiindrcd:^and_ twenty-nino dollars and twenty-eight cents; v i For-interest on thejoan of fifty_thou3-an(tldonärSj_ made for extraordinary rc-pairs and improvements of the cai^, pursuafit to chapter three hundred" and sovc'nty-fonr ofjho _Qf cighteen-Jmn--dred and forty-uinO- three thousand dollars.  ^ -For interest on the loan of iwo hundred thousand dollars, nlado for tho completi©« öiltbe:-Oswcgo canal,, pursuant to chapter one o,tiho iawa of eigk-teen Iirthdred and fifty-one, twelve thoiis-  For ^^tiiig^ for the state, mcloding bitiding, map^ngTengravInfrft^^ of tho pfficial canvass, andTjotl^jDiBij^ notices, purswniwclkptcr four^ and t%enty-four of the, laws of," eighteen hundred and forty-six, and chapter two hundred and forty of th^e laws of eightoen hundred and forty-sev^n, and incTuding the report of tho commissioners ©f the code, one hundred thousand^ dollars,  iliSCELiAXEOUS EYPENDITURES,  For transportation of tic session laws, of the'journal and doc^affieufs^oF the legist lature ■ jr^^orts, books an^^ackageaby^Xr pressj ja^: for ex  ant to chapter two hundred.and fifty-foar of the laws of eiglitcen hundred and forty-seven, four thousaBd dbllars/T  For supplying-to other states reports of the court of appeals apd of t^ supreme court ■ ^  and  dred and tbjrty-six, fivejhundr^d dollara^,  Forcdn^eBsatiOjSW oral counties of this state for transmitting tho secre^^^^ ports brcipiTvfc'tta^^b^^^^^ al sessioniB,,, pursuant to cha]^«r fewo^ huh-  ; Forinti-'rest on thc_tmp6rary loan of two himdred» tlwusand_ doilarfl,_ made in' eil^teen hundred and fifty-eight, for-tho ejlMgement and coBipletioa of the canals, ten tijousand dollars..  LUNkuC AsvLlJi.  For salaries of the ofi^cers of tbjB_stato "asyliii^for lunatics, parsiiant "to chaptof one hundred and thirty-ilvo of tho laws of eighteen hruodred and forty-twe^ eeven thoiisand five hundred dollars.  J'or -llio «uppiort of Mark Jack," and insane Indian» at the state lunatic asylum, tWd hundred dollars. " ^ ' '  . , ' CnÀRÏTABLE inSTIYtmoXS, Ecr^rr^^-—: For tho institutioitforltheihstruction of--tho deaf and diimb, ia the city ^of New . Yorb, for the instraotion and mairitenancel of two hundred a^;^venty-fixft_indîgent pupils, sélcetedb^ the^6aperiûté»déiit of-- - ■ , , -— public institution, at the expense of that  t pursuant tO: chapter flTo huBdrM inatitution^&rvth&entim preceding year thirty-siy-of tbelaw|of|tghteen hiin^^ to chapter ninety-seven of the  , « lawsMsjcig^ fifty«two,  forty-nine thousand five hundred dollars, or a proportion^:am  pupils; as shall be dulj- Torified h^^ Tits bf thé ptesiden   

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