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   Allegany County Republican (Newspaper) - June 17, 1863, Allegany, New York                                 C. HORTON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.!  " THE WORLD W GOYERNEB TOO MtJCIL "  TERMS, $1 50 IN ADVANCE—OTHERWISE $2 0Ö,  VOL. XXVI.—NO. 60.]  ANGELICA, ALLEGANY CO. N. Y., WEDNESDAY MORNING JUNE 17, 1863.  [WHOLE NO. 1,361,  Fire Insurance ! !  UORNELLSVILLE AQENCY.  E  Í-  HARTFORD, OONNEOTIOUT. Incorporated §1,500,000.  hartpord insurance company,  - H-illTFOBO^OONNJICTIGtiT, .....incorporated 18IQ—^//liJ $500,000.  - P-HCENIX THSURANCE COMPANY.---Ilarffor37^onncclicij,t. Jncorporafeci 1851—$400,000.  CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Cajntal $650,000.  MANHATTAN FlSl INS. COMPANY,  Nlw YOUK CITY. Incorporated 1821—(7aj)t<a|.ftpO,000.  WOliTIÍ-^íERÍCAN TNSURANCE-COTÍPANY. Hartford, Gonuectîcttt—Uàpital $300,000.  NEW ENGLAND INSOKANCE COMPANY,  Hartford, Connecticut—CaDilal S'200,000. Irisariinee can be eiTóctèd with the subscriber Iti tlid abOi^iñ olii cBtàblìshcd Stock Companies, ori Dwellings, Stores, Churches, FaèttìflcH, Personal Property, &c., on torme as favorable as other re-Bponsible institiitlons. Any communications addressed to him at HoincllsviUo will, m^et with nromptattcution.^  ^ , J. C. MILLER, Agent. MarcIrS t8t)3^^TJífty---------------------------; —  AIVGEL & GIIEEIV,  attorneys & counsellors at xaw,  Angelica, Allegany Oauniy^ 'Iv. jfTi, \Vill attend to all bviBiness intrusted to their charge witfi promptuesa and dispatch. ,  B. GREEN.] , [w, ANOEI;.  Office—Front room over Thotaas' Store  1.AWS OF  NEW YOllK-tborlty.  -By Aii-  [Evet'y law, unlcFs a dilllercnt timo shall be prescribed therein, shall commencc and take cfToct throughout the State on and not before the twon* tictb day after the day of its I5nal passage, as certl-' ffcd by the "Secretary T)f^tato. ~ Sec. 12, title 4 oh£y>. 7, part 1, Revised Statutes,]  .Ghaitkr 210... -  (Concluded.) ' " , AN ACT making appropd^tio^ fain pxpensos of  supply deficiencies iji former appro^ priatious.  'oule of the Stale of New York^ repre^entul \ a Atsmbhj, do enact 'ns folimi}» :  Senate and Assembly for extra clerical aevvicea and engrossing, to each of them, fivo hundred dollars; and for properly indexing the journal and documents of the Senate and Assembly, pursuant to cliaptcr fivo hnudred aud tbirtj^ of, th^ laws of eightceii hundred and fifty threo, in addition, to eficli of the ill, two hundred and  iifty^dollarsr^—---------- - r: - -------- -" -  For compensation of Oeorgo W. F^^  jisideputy elerkjDftlbeïSonatei:^!^ Parker, deputy clerk of tho Assembly ; ami of AddíMíí SrBíudíclí^ as^^ ä  ^ : .L, ï'or repayment of mone  ThèPù Senatt ana  For payment for land taken for the uso of the State Prison at Sing Sing, and the expenses incurred in acquiring the same under chapter two hiuidred and thirty-five of the laws of eighteen Inuidi^èd and sixty-two, eight thousand and five huudred Tars, or so much of that amount a.smay be necessary, to be paid on certificat« of the Goreruor and Attorney General, provided that in the judgment of the Comptroller, tho State is liable for the. same.  For cornpfiiifiation in full olF John Butler, Jr., and expenses as auctioneer in disposing of liiiids at Sing Sing, the property of the State, one hundred and fifty dollars, or slteh- portion of tlmt amrnint as the Tir-Bisectors of State Prisons, authori^'inir  repayment of moneys expended by the Clerk of the Senate for furniture and booka^for~the S^enate"chamber and library, b!)e hundred and fifty dollars; and for re-poymcnt of moneys expended by the Clerk of the Assembly for gas fixtures, furnitui-e and repairs of furniture for the Assembly tihafuber, for the library and coimnittc^e~rodm^T3f■ thu "AbscitiWx^ hundred dollnrs.  SURGEON & MffiHANffiAL  .....  ---—^ ^ «gSsT- ■ - - ----- .  Pemaueiitly Located at Frieridshi]?, N^Y.  Dli, C, P. CARVER, Dcntisl. Dontal rooms over the Store of .S.N. Bennett & Co.—in Smith Daris' Block, Anselica. N. B.—1 have no I'drtncr. 134atf Angelica" April 22 18G3,  HOTEL, ,N. Y.  such sale, shall find to be due.  For supplying Croton water to the State Prison at Sing Sing, pursuant to chapter two hundred and eighty-two of the laws of eighteon lutndved arid' sTxty-one, one thousand eight hundred dollars.  For enlargement of the mess-room, hospital a,nd chapel at the state prison at Sing Slug, ten thousand dollars.  For eulargomont of the female prison at Sing Sing, changing cells and other improvements in connection with the work, seven thousand dollars.  For commencement of the construction of new Avail at the stale prison at Sing Sing, five tliousand dollars.  the fence at tho state prison at Clinton, five hundred dollars. For wrouglit-iron doors at the state  , Fur rebuilding of two kilns for burn-ing charcoal at iho^state prison at Clinton,  one, eighteen hundred aud fifty-two, oigh-teen hundred and fiftyrthrce, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, eighteen hundred and fiftj'-iive, eighteen hundred and'fifty-six ami eighteen hundred aud fifty-seven, pur-Buaut tojre^Iutioh of tho ed "on the tw^Ttlv day of Aprils eighteen iiuudred and silty-twOj five liundrCd dol-4ars:^'-^n<F- for, revisttigi • pablishing"^^^ jmajling thol'Cb  bly, one hundred dollars; and a8^ex;tr^ MñípMfatíó^^^^^^ for "services Ojerlc oliheJV ssemblyJ hp..c>rgaDÍi ^tion of^he same afila preaeTil session, three hundred dollars.  For Charles R. Dayton, Jotunal Clerk of flie Assembly, "Tn addition to his salaryi the sum of three hundred dollars; to Addison S, Burdick^ John L. Parkw, J. Tilomas Davis, Moses Rich and Richard K. Win-sor. Deputy Clerks of the A88orably,~each the sum of two hundred dollars in addi-tii>TrtD""their salary ^ anxl to Bald iJoTjrnal Clerk and each of said Deputy Clerka the  harbor, pursuaut to rcBolution of the Aa-sembty, to bo paid on the order of Joseph B; Cuàhman, two hundred and fifty-seven dollars and thirty-ono cents.  comj^ensatiou of tlcorge W. l|iill," foritravelingv^cxpensei-ajudJierv poönas for the cojnmittco on tlio bill, thirty-eight^äoliars. V \  For -eotrij^ensation-trf-BcnjMmtr PrBrs^ :d^:|or eiïposâiiig :tho._ics^ meritary to tho- Clci-lc X5f the ! Assembly, an(| for mounting and franji.ng the sunruí,  ^xty-fiv<yd¡Slare^ " ........ --  For ro-pavment of cxpcmaes'incurred by  presentation to John L, Wordeaof the sword ordered, pursuant to concurrent resolution of the Legislature, five luiii-dred and sixty-eight dollars and ninety  CClTt^.  For conipen.'^atiou of Gurdon B. Taylor, iiir nine days' services in the Library of the Assembly, twenty-s^iven dollars.  burgh, in the town of Baijabayj on the «k^nj ditioii that tho town shall raieC dd.CqUM aUount fof tho same purpose^ thp,.ii»iDÍ . here appropriated to bo drawn by ibi? County Judge of tho county of FratikUni' and paid by him on tho veriiied by aïfidavit of ; tFo commi88Îô3e| of hîgliW^s ^ the tôwï Bömba^TsfiÖe ^  March,  huiÀdred ûiid sixty-tbrco, one tbotisand five liundr^d dolto. _ - _ - ' j .  For completion of the repairs of Ike l^icr at tho entra  dredging ' the channel and reyoving iM.  For compilation and preparation of tho| samo mileage as is allowed by law to  statistical lists of members and officers of the Senate and Assembly, to bo paid on the certifiofeto of the respective clerks, to Oriieb S. Babcock, twenty dollars, and to Albert S. Burdick, twenty-five dollars. For compensatiou of Herman Rulison,  LibranaiLofjhi;......Scnute,.....SiephcjLilC^_llc-  Coonell, Assistant Post Master of the Senate, Meyer Stark, janitor of the Senate chamber, Nathaniel Goodwin, Superintendent of the Senate chamber^ John Callahan, Post Master of the Assembly, Giles H. P. Vufl Horn, assistant Post Master of the Assembly, Benjamin Conger, Keeper of the Assembly chamber, and Daniel A. Knapp, Janitor of the Assembly chamber, to each vf theiii, for every day of actuiil service, three dollars,-and the same allowance for mileage which is made to members of the Legislature. , For compensation of William Carey, Poat Master of the Assembly of- eighteen hundred and sixty-two, for remaining at the Cai)itol, in pcrformaiice of his duty, pursuant to reijolution of the. Assembly, :ad«ipted Api-il twenty-third, eighteen hundred and six(y-twafor each day of actual service, noLto exceed one week, threo dol-  iriembers of the Assembly; but thp amount payable to Richard E. Winsor, is upon the express condition that the amount payable to said Winsor by chapter one of. the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-three, shall not be drawn from the Treasury by sai4 "Wiivsor.-or^ 4>y persons; arid if the same is already^drajwi^ the same" slTair lie dtiductedTfoni . the  -Pw -compensation of fidnder^ for indexing bills and docmi';cnts, fifty dollars.  For additional compensation of Nathaniel Goodwin, for extra and faithful services as Superintendent of the Senate Chamber, two hundred dollars.  B'or the Assistant Scrgeant-at-ArmB Assistant Post Master, Doorkeeper, Assist any^ other-person or [-tiiit })tK)rkee{)ersy4jibm  the Senate, in addition to the compensa  AMERICA X * Belmoui  L. W. BOT.YtilN, i - ^ - ^ PRGPiMETOR.  rW^IIIS hotel has been thbrouKhly reu/iviilod. re-i'-paTrcd aM ne\\Ty'TurnTinic~j; a ii liow opeii-cd a  FIRST CLASS^PUDLICTIOVSE.  The patronage of tho public is solicit(h1. The proprietor will-Kparcnwpitijia In ronderiiVf^t ho AifiiR-iCAN an agreeable and plesant i)h\ce ot sojourn to all those who may favor hira with their custom. Passengers conveyed to and from the cars free  of charge.  July 1, 1862, pdf.rai;!03  eys-ioTEi,'""  NO. BXG'IIANGH ST., ROCUlOSTEll, N. Y. ISAAC AHL.EY & CO., Frop'is.  Tills House has just been completely repaired and newly furnished. Giis bus nl.=o Tif'n introduced into all the principal Rooms—aUogcther making, it as complete in all its appointments as any House in Western New \1ol1Liu  Pl"'  C!ghf liundrr'd flollnvo  For additional appropriation for pur-chaaO ct' books fur the library at the state pri.sori at Clinton, fifty dollars; at Auburn prif^on, onf hundred flollars; and at Sing .^ing )»rison, ono hundred dollars.  Fur biíikíng (.4''a ¿haí't and excavation of iron ore, on lands owned, by tho state, 'h4-W-i+i-t+Mi-iV-HiuOv-to be exj^ended-nndor-dircction of the Inspectors of State Prisons, one thousand five hundred dollars. ' For ciiiargcmeiit of the rncss-room, ho3-. pital and chapel at tlie sígate pjfisGti^at  CTiiitun, iTjrt'f; ííioÜK  Fur repairing the wall and buiidlngs belonging to the Asylum for insíí'no convicts at Auburn, three thoufíívnd dollars.  or compensation of Thomas Fogarty, messenger of the President of the Senate, Jo.^cpli Hurn.s and K. C. Tjcvien," niCbaeni gers of tho Po.st Master of the Seniitn, Samuel Young and Ifonry Smitli, m^sfou-  amount hereby appropriated to said Winsor,  To William Smith, Doorkeeper of the Gentlemen's Galleiy, the same mileage that is now allowed by law to member^-6f the Legislature,  Tö the ■ Post Master, Assiiätaürt Post Master, Librarian, Assistant Librarian, As-oistant Sergeant-at-Arms, and the-Aßsist ant Door-keepers of the Assenilily, thi Keeper of the Assembly Chamber,^the Janitor of tho Assombly Chamber, Jö Nelson P. Wells; Clerk's Messenger, to G ay lord H, Church, Bank Mespc^iger of the Clerk of the Assembly_^ alid to Henry C Leslie, Speajicr's Me^sstingor, to each of them, the sum of fino huudfed döllM'a ^ extra compensation.  For co^piinsva^on, mileagq, etc., of /Jharrcs,^. Greci:", Post ^atqr and IJoor' knepef of the Assembly of eighteen hundred and fiftv-six, two hundred and thirty two dollars and forty-four cents.  For compensation of Alfred B. Street, for preparing Digest"of Tax Laws of the  gerd of the Sorgeant-at-Arms tjf 'the S. ii-j several StuteK, pnrsuant to the direction  " of the joint Legislative eonnnittoe on tho subject of'asscBsmentB, five hundred dollars.  For .comp£-itóLdiùU'..Qf-^Levi._AL-.Gano,  Prices reduced to SI per day—meals F> con ts. Rochester, S.>pt. 1, SiiO, 09 ,  Oharlcs  The subscriber having resumed the charge of the above Hotel, informs lliu public in geac-r-al and his old cufslomcTS .In pattieuliu-, that he will endeavor to mukc tli.ejn .as coiiilViríalile.,, iiml as muck at ^dle as in olden time-s iiiid promia'S that their waiits and comfort will bo eared for with m'uch solicitude. Special attention will bo .given to pleasure and wedding parties, for which thi^; Hotel has been so famous. Trices Will be made to correspond with these hard times.  ANDRliW CHARLES. . In front of the Park, April 30, 8(1. 4:5tf  Medical Í\otice%  Dr. E. M-Alba has returned Jiome and will be ready at all hours to tender hl/i professional ser-  February 1st, 1859.  nte, to each oi thom, for 'every day oC sovviee,- twe dellftf.ft •• nnd k^rSy-lVilnus C-Curraii, Clei;k'and Bank m-issen-ger uT tlic Se.uati>, and Asher P. Cule, mM-scìiger of th(>'L'il)rarian of the Sigiato, io each t)f th<^ni, for every day of actual ser-vice, >c\'o dollars anr] iifty conta, to be paid qj>tÌie certificate of tho presidcnt of the 'l^enaètì-.—:-----------"" ~  Sergeant-at-Anns of the Assembly, in lieu of all fee.s, for subpoenaing witnesses, etc., two hundred dollars; and for actual expenses aud disbursementg in subpœna-  J. If. Eggle^toii  Watch maker and Jeweler, and dealer in !>il kinds •orClocks, Watches, and Je^v•elry. Hv;pairing dune on short notice and reasonuble'terms,.  - Angelica,  For the iuspectors ojt áíate priRons for exhm travcliug expojjscs, six hundred dollars. '  For compopsation for extra services, to Henry L^Jilitler, clexk "at tho state prison and ítHTÍale pri.son at Sing Sing, four hun-diuíü dollars, and for. extra services ren-ilered liy L^ W^ Piorce^jilerk^^tthe-state prifwn at Clinton, three hnndrcd^nllars. ' Fur conipensutiun of John Parkhnrst for extra services rendered as agent and warden of tho state i)rison at Clinton during the cnlargenieiit of said prison, six huiidrcddollars; and for coinpensation of llio iti Í! s is.i r kpa 1 r ic lv% a gen t an d- w a r de n nf tke state prison at Aiiburn, for extra services rendered during the - enlargement of thaj. prison, one thou.sand dollars.  For coiiipensal ion ot" Wjlliam McClellan, for pV'riV)iniaiice 1 •■(' r^^idigioud Kervi\;e.s at the state pririorrfor several years past, at Sing Sing, and of Mr. Creighton, for per-I'orniaiice (jf religiouá sorvices at the st.at.o jtrisun al 'Auburti for several years past, to each of them, two Imudred und fifty dollars; and oT a clergyman of like faith frtr--tbe-p(ii'ft,trmnni:^e- ot' religions eerv^e tit tho state prison at Clinton, one hundred dollars.  For compensation of J. W, Robinson, for serviccij assistant surgeon  P. M. Fish,  Blacksmith^on the córner of Main and Olean st., op'posite Rathbuns' Hotel. ^Vliere álT kinds of Blacksmithing will be done on tl^e shortest notice, and most rca.soüable térms—aud Horse aud 0.x Shoeing in a superioi míinnor.  ALSO, manufacturer of Cárri?.g<!S,Buggie8,Wagons, &c., and rcpairing done ion slmrt notÍQ¿—one door '"60ulh_0f tlie BlackmithjShop ori'^Oleím street.  Fur compt;nsution of Henry C. Leslie, messenger of tho Speaker of the .\sseinbly, Nelson P. Wells, messenger of the Clerk of thu Assembly, James Bain and David JI, Crosier, mes.sengers of the Post Master of th(i .'Assembly, Bentley Murray, James 0. Sulliviiu ami Edwin Burke, uic.ssengers of the Sergeaut-at-Arms of tho Assembly, John F. Ilieks, and Charles T. Mason, messengers of the librarian of the Assembly, to each of them, for every day of acfuar service, two doUa^rs^lInd fffty^ïîentj^^ to be certified -by the Speaker of tho A.s-sembly; and to Gaylord H. Church, bank messenger of the Clerk of the Assembly, for every day of actual aervke^ two dol-r I lats aud-fifty eéiifs. 7  Fur compensation of the several pagoa einjiloyed by the. Senate and x\ssenilily, and to the pages, of the committees on railroads, the judiciary and ways and mean.s, and for Joseph Trainer, Washiilg'-ton Wooldridge, and Charles Ijehman, to each of'tlien), for eviny day of actual-service, one dollar and fifty cents to be paîd on tiie ccrtitlcate ot' tho presiding, officers, aud chairmen of the yeyeral committees, respectively.  For the compensation of tho clerks of tlic several cumiuitteeti of the Senate aud  uig witno.sst's, one hundred dollars, or such part of that amount as the Comptroller shall find to be duo; and toRichiyd U. Owen, Sergeant-at-Arms of the. Senate, in lieu of all fees, the sum of two hundred dollars.  For expenses of the joint committee of the .Senate and Assembly ofeighteeu hun-, dred and sixty-two, appointed at the last session of the Legislature to exainiuc the assossment laws of tho State, and to re-pV)rt on the same, such amount to'be paid  tion already allowed, by law, the siim of one dollar a day for each day of the sea siou.  For compensation of counsol employed in the ' ÎTivtVstîgiitiinî bf"chargc3 preferred agaiiî&t T, C. Callicot, examined by a f:e leet çoninulteo AsHembl.y,.ta-lra Shafcu three hundred dollars, to William J, Had ley two hundred dollars, to Lyman Tre ripitec -thTOTi" hnndved dollars, to ^Glarfc B l3ochrane three hundred dollars, and to- ( D, Brigham, clerk of the aforeauid committee, one hundred dollars.  For compensation of Ed ward F. Underbill, for Bervices as stcnographcr of the select committee of the Assembly, appointed to investigate charges against T. Ç. Caiîîcot, two hundred ' and fifty dollars and for Charles E. Wilbor, stenographer tothe^select comniittee appomtcd by résolu {Ton ÔF the"AsflornbTj cTTiîghleêfiT îmrF dred and sixty-tMiG, to invostig.ate thn matter of the oï».ening of streets in the city of New York, three hundred dollars.  For the clerks of the Gommitteofl of Finance, and Cities and. Villages of tho .Son-ate, to eacli of tliem, the sum of three  hundred dollars. - ----------  , -ru the clerk of the Senate select com-Tfiiltoe of nitre,'for Iris siîmces,-one huu-dr43d- and- fifty-4olUu-s,-to—bc-pivid-on the-certificate of the chairman of that eom mittee.  To CharleS'G. Fairmau, journal clerk of .thc-i5uuatc,.-iri-mldltiau-txijiis-salary^  of seven feet of water from Owego street >. bridge to tho lake^ arid otlicr work nec^-. S afyTo pFuTit the pasBage o largest class, the amount to bo paid^from the appropriation for canal ro^a^^^ expended under direction of the canal commissioners, 0ne thou&and roig^ht Ijiundr^; dollars ; and f<jr repayment to the Cdrifoftfr tion of tho viUago-ot- Ithxica- tha amoanii-advanced by said corporation for tk« con-Dtruction of two bridges over CayU0:a i^. let, to bo paid fronir tlib canal fund on the warrant of the Auditor, on6 thouaand iii hundred dollars. : »  For payment to the city of Buffalo of a« assessment upon the State JirefeBJ^l/^  grading aiid paving Milnor etreetT-in-said . city,--Jrv-d hundred. fiW^  and two cehts^ _____. LK-  For tho Commirsionbrs of the LandvP^ fice, on account of the interest of the first  Assembly, to each of-tJiem, for iive_ry day of actual semce, three dollars, to be paid on the eertitleate of the ohmrtnen of the ■re>spcütÍYX.i_commi ti eea—that—they h a, ve  meT  ÀngeÌicaj Noy ^  u ou  öCtf  .Copartnership.  Albert brown, having taken WniTam IX.  Olmsted into Partnership, the business of manufacturing-wrapping Paper, la its various l^tyles, \v^lil'H"ereafter Tie conducted, at the' Joncy MtllriinAnigt^icsiriHjdeiahe IkiiL o  A. Biiovvirsw.-Angeliea, Feb. 17th 18C3. Imi:i34  B  BLANKS I BLANKS! BLANKS 1  JjANKS »f every description, kept coastaut-lyon hand, aind for sale cheap at  -----------------THlS-OFFiCE.  STOVES! STOVES!  THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSOKTMENT ■ ^  -rlf you want agood Stavo, now is the time to get -' -one. Call atnd exaMne.  A. LOCKHAKT  AagellQ%Ootober, 18p7.  eighty-second regimont7^7feut ^CoTo James M. Sigonrncy aud Major Thomii-S  regiment (,if .New York .State Volunteers, tt.) each uf thern, five hundred dollarSj or buch part of that amotuit iU! inay bo ci'^ui-tably due, ti) be paid from the appropria, tion made pursuaiit to chapter three hundred ami ni ivety- the laws of eighteen tiuiidred au'(\ sixty-two.  IXPENlimT.ES OF THE LF.GISLATIVK DEPARTMEKT.  For compensation of tbe clergyman officiating as Chaplaina to tjie Senato and Assembly during the present tìe8^iiou of the Legislature, to be paid one half to _the„ Clert of the Senate and one half to tho Clerk of the As.geinbly, for distribution l)y th^m to those clergymen, at the rate of three dollars tor every day of. attendance, si.x hundred dollars.  To Mathew O. Hallenbeck, for nervices rendered previous to the organization of the House, thp sum of ono hundred and fifty dollars.  Charles' E' ' o/igv as ' '^itra sation, for eefvices rendered as Doorkeeper during the organization of the Assembly r^neiuuidrefWidiarfii^  tlie clerks of tiic Committee on the Judi-ciat;y of both the' Senate and the. Asseiri' biy, and of the Committee of Ways aud Means in the Assembly, and to each of them the sum of thi^ liundred dollars.  For compensation of the severaV firemen eUiployed abouti the Capitol and State Library during the present session of the liK^'gislature, to « of- them, for éveí^ day of actual service, three dollars.  For compensatiou of the Night Watch-raen employed about the Capitojl, during the present session of tho Legislature, to each of them, for every night of actual  one thousand four hundred aud sixty dollar.^  For (;xpcnsos and disbursements of the sclect committee, appointed pursuant to a rrsoliition of the Assembly, adopted on tho twoiity-tjiird day of April, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, tojiseertain the amoKjnt "of unclaimed moneys in the sa-vinga banks and other moneyed institu-liohH, arid to report on the same, to be paid .on the i;;cr4ifica{e of the chairman of that comihitfee^ one thousand and two hundred dollai^ii.  For expenses of tho select committee of the senate, appointed to examine into the canditioii of the several stato prison's, for-iy-<^igltt doIlaT.^i-and forty cents.' - .  .......o  and disbursements of the committee ^in state prisohs,' of the As^jcmbly, during their visit to ascertain tlie conditiou of -tl4e Bovoral /ive-liinndre<i-t^td-i4ttf-  hundred dollars, arid mileage the ¿¿me as Senators;, and to caeJi tjf the other deputy clerks of tho Senate, in addition to their salary, two hundred dollars and mileage tho same as tu Senators.  For compensatiou of Alexander Ostran-dor, for rent of rooms ftirnished by him to the committee appointed by the Assembly of eighteen hundred aud sixty-one, to sit during the recess of the Legislature, for the purpose of investigating the subject of tipeniug stre(;t3 in the city of New York, to be in full of all detKand.q, nrie  Hen of thirty thousand dollars on the Agj . ricultural College at Ovid, two thouaand five hnndred-doliarBr or BUch p^t^iiiii^ of that arnc)urit as" said .Commissb  next^Legisiatture tho situation and valnci of the College farm and buildings, and the  outstiihdiiig inldehtedncsfc^ __  Foi' the trusteea of the achool for cotorea children, in the town of Flatbn^,. iW hundreddollara; which amount Bhall M applied by them for payment of-the un«^ . frayed- expenses for the maintonanqp.f^. said school for tho last fiscal year, and the-remainder of it for the maintenance i>f said  Hchool-dtiring"the pWeiit^-fiaealfye^^^^  shall be paid from the treaanry orir tfie, certificate of the Si^erintendenfc of ^blia iTTstrtTcttnn--of tho amount du^ fov-4he niaintciiaiice of said ffcho^ fiscal year, and of tho necessary expeniaesj incurred for the same purpoko during the present fiscal year, '  For ci)mpensation of the conjB^blefl ih attendance upon (he Court of Appeals during Uio ycuir eighteen hundred and flix-ty-two, and to Henry Bcrtholf for attend-anee as consta^l^ipoir tlieSupr^eCoiirV  during tho years eighteen hundred and___  sixty^ne aud eighteen hundred and 8»3tty-two, 8o fai as the same remains unpaid, ' purstiant to chapter fotfr ^nHred and twenty-nine, of the laws of cijghteen hnh-dred raid furty-sevenf :  geaut-at-Arms of said committee, tor his ex pen ¡íes c-tm i lee t<id tlier^w ith, tí iirty-fsix dollars and ih'ty cents.  For alterations (-f the .Vsaembly Chamber, to John N. Paidier, for work done in the ,Library,,and materials furni.shcd, three hundred and twenty-nine dollars and^thir-, ty-eigiit cents; to~ Tucker and Crawfuid,  one hum  dred and twelve dolíars and .thirteen cents; to Joseph Davis,, for paintiug and matei-i,als, nineteen dollai's and thirty-one cents; and ta Bailey & Joralomoa,-ior w<>rkdonejii2dji^^ fnrni>>hj^d-ÍB-put'  employed in cleansing the Scuaite and As-seuibly Chambers, and the several rooms connected >vUhihem,; to ejach every day of actual service, tvvo dollai's; and to the women employed in cleahsiiig the State Library and rooms adjoining, to each of them, fifty dollarti,., , ^'^^^, ' ' For compensate  for properly ilssortingj arranging and labeling the papers belonging to the filcji of : "tW-AMcmbiyTol^  hundred dollars.  For compensation of Giles H. llolden, for services as Sergeant-at-Arms of the cominittee of asses.smetits, thirty dollarrt  For the .salary of Monroe ifonde!ri;&n, Senator froii» ibe first 'district; detainorl from his duties in the; Senate by ill-health, to be paid to Honry W. Eastman, committee of the person and estate'of said Hen-derson, threii hundred dollars, and tho same ali«iwanco for mileage to wlncli he. would hare-bxien entitled if ;he had afteiP ded the prc:i(!nt session of the Leiiisla'-turo.  For W. J. C. Kenny, for legal expenses, i'n contesting a scat as Member of Aascm-l)ly frttni the^TuinCy of New York,^ against  servicj^^ thrcíL dolhirs, to be paid 114)ím-líie-Hirig^Tin^^ uir registfu- in the Asscm-certificate of the Superintendent thereof. bly Chamber, ninety-five dollars and eigh-For compensation of tho several women '  ty-two cents.  For expenses of t1io joint select commit-too, appointed by the Legislature of eigh-teeii Jumdred jind jiLxty-two taòiivciìti^^  dred" and aixty-ouc^ three hundred nnd six^ ty doilars  MiscEi:i,AS-Eors.  zizBDirtiiiiiMinite^^  of'New York, for rccpayment of the sum advaaced by-'that comiKiny: fQt-pMui.uni npon specie pnrch ased: for the pay meiit of interest on the general fund debt, twpnty-two thousand eight hundred and eighty-ono dollars and sixty-three cents, which amount fshall bo paid imiga the geuiral fund debt sinking fund;_ and for repay-  raeirt of lha fiinn ivdyiincod^^l^^.....that, eom-  pany for premium upon spccie liurchased tor the payment of interest of that por tion of the cahardebt which is chargeable upon the general fund; sis thousand three hundred and twenty-seven dollar^s  "tand-mnety-eight-eei^ta^___  For compensation ef Matthew ^STrTvoF-er.ii?, a^ c(vmmis.sioner rippoiiit(Ml purMa^^^^ to clmpter si.t hundred;^ncrcightcen of thq lawe of eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, nineteen dollars.  or Ruch part of that amount as lehall bo^ necessary, to be paid as follows: To laaohf" of them for every daj of BcJ;pal _ att^ndr ance, one dollar and fifty cents, to rje paid on the certificates of tho clerks of the respectivo courts where silch service was  rendered------------------------------------• .v , ^  For purchase by tho'Stato, for t^^^^ . pose of malting an addition, to >ho capítol grounds, of thfr premises in^ the city of' Albany, bounded ea8terlj% the State ' library lot, southward by State stregt,. ' westerly by Hawk stfeot, and nortlaerly by CongroBS or Sjpring streef,' to lie pjiid " on the delivery to tho Comptroller of a^ proper conveyiincc or conyoy^mcj, fpr the' ' said premiaeH, eit|ier in^oha^arcel^or Ki-Iiftrate parcelsj as the Comptroller may set! fit, to be certified by the Aponiey General as conveying a good and valid title to the State, for tho said premises, «ixty-six thouaand Jollars; and" for c^ ti ijgeucies atteudingmic e^ipenses oi cbhf epii cessary improycmenta,. removals, áñd arrangement of bnildiuga, to beMponded; tmder direction of the triistces of the^icap^; itoi, four thoueai^ d611arH| jpííoWi^, ffi In case of aiiy .incumbrauco on ftjoy pari^  KMJd, premises......the,, amount to be_paid for  the Kxune lahall baljaitain until such incumbfance shall be- discharged. - ' t • -For the-gnrvey of-tho Allegany-rtver  Vo. co.pe„B.tiou of ü,e of, thd dred auJ e»teen hund.«! .uA fift?: S^^t M  the subject of the jnanufaeturc of salt at Syracuse .and Montezuma, to be paid to James terwilligor, the Clerk of the-Senate, si^;huH4Pcdvanclrßincty^inc:tloll3r8.~  For repaymont of the actual expenses and disbur8emeut.s-of the committee of thojnilit ia and puldic dejen^ lèniTSy durîuff^ visit to' tlio'city of  frumic juiictiou'W canal with said rjvcr to  Vxdley ^  sing of tho Buffalo,and Brantford railrpad, authorized by concUi-rcnt resohitiottJotihe^ Logialatin-e of eighteen hundred and 'sixfy; two, five hundred dollara. - ^  For repayment to Vivua W. Smith/for . rnoneys advancnd by him for ex^^ in thoouUcFor Opndapk la^^ dred dollars and fifty cents. • ;  For the Trustees of the State tábrary, to be^ expended for the jrurctoo^of tl^;  manuscripts and-^^c^  William Johnson and others, to b^ide^-  ^lOsiiM State  ryj hundred and fifty^doll^i?";  For repayment to Harvey Baldwin for^, over-payment into the treasury,- japón tb&J _............^ bond given to the State for the puraha^e ,  i^r-eharge^-'and ; »f»"  VJ , • 4 «ríttf - T- 1 1 i V  by the trial of Wllli.im Tudd, convict at the State Prison at Clinton, for Ihe murder of Augastus T. Wright, a keeper, at tho f VyerWid TeruV  ton, held in the month of June, eighteen hundnnl and aixty-twb, six hqndred and  For the erection of a bi-idgc on the State loadm^erJ.ho.Jît». at .Hogans^'  viliage of OpeMbuf^^ twentyrsix dol-  lars7......——_ , >  One thousand five hundred- dollars to Di^ R B. O'CoH.igan, being'the amount appropriated lii,st-ycar ,in "the _aD«i»al appropriation tùli, -but improperly included in the item ' for. ;Ölerical services in the offlcx; of the iaecre^ of State," in pay" (Concluded qrf 4th page.) •   

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