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   Belmont Gazette (Newspaper) - April 12, 1837, Belmont, Wisconsin                               BY JAMES CLARKE. wr oo wnEitp "UKy T, IOWA .COUNTY, W. T! JOiSW K. COOKS, informs his friends and the nuhc in thai has on hand n general apartment of DRY GOODS, consisting hi pail of Iribh Jfjinens, Di mastics, Fancy uui >Siik zidki'i, Storks, and Blank? 3, Flan- nels, Glmjs, Also Groceries., il irclware, Tinware. Boots ami Shoes, imrlle-, Viohns, Looking (JJawos, Lamps, together wuh an assoume'i t of BY AUTHORITY. All of which ho will sell on moderate let ins .or Cash, I.Ciwl 01 IMinuial and Beef Hides. wo ild iiivnd public to call ami ex.amina for therassivu Koliuont, March 2. ah LAWS 07 THE UNITED STATUS, PASSEP AT THE SECOND OF THI: TWEVTV-FOUHTH CONGRESS. A WAJUWINtt! 13 HKR.EBY wain all peisons not to pure lase Coin ft. FKTICJl PERRY, any poitioii of the west half oi tno E. quarter, and Jhe east half of 1 ic JNr, W. quaucr of section Wo. of township Nw. in 14suigo Nro. two in the Wisconsin Jbanc District; r.j.'d having obtained a deed, from me, lor the niuiivif edhnlf of tiacts, by fraud. Tl.s'ciicum- bttuices are biicfly as follows. Last week Pcuy made moan offer for niy undivi- ded halt of bj.id tracts, to which 1 agreed t wuh the uudfrs'anding Uiat the was to he pud imine- 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 stfppo'l out to biing it. lie uent out of thi room and juir.pn I into his sleigh and diove by obtain- ing possession of tiiu 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 crimin- al code. JOHN HOOD. Mi isral Point, Mjvrch 2. q.h The Celebrated Virginia Horse, .SALADIW, ILL standjha ensuing season at tho following pltico'.. The sejson to commenc on the fit-t end ihe 5th d.iy ot ,'unc to wit: at at [P0BLIO No. 10.] AN ACT to suspend certain provisos of ''An act to alter and amend1 the seveial acts imposing duties on approved the day of July, eighteen hundred and thuty-two. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, in Congress assembled, That the pfovisos of the tenth and twelfth clauses of the second section of the act to altei 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 tiio next session of Congress. JAMES K. POLK, 1 Speaker of the jleuse of Representattrei. W. R. KING, President of the Senate, pro APPROVED, March 1st, 1837. ANDREW JACKSON. of All! c stable of Abni'r Nichols, at Mmeial Point, E the s-t.ible of Col. James 11. Gentry, at Belmont, t llu1 stable Salmon-, in {Joyce Prauie, :omintMcing Uu at Minimal Point, and then alternately threi days at place din ing the seasoi Conditions ior tho use of Saladin, aie is for tho season, 12 dollais bingle mare, a'iy gtmtlemen pulling 4 inau'S will have me fifth giatis By the in- surincu single leap and the HI it recuui- u i u the usual puce. to be ni.uie within tlie gun.? >n, on an addition of twenty per c-nt, will be i-.-qi.hod unless a written coiuiact to the contiary. All piopurnue will be ol Mates loll t the stands, Init no liability f Assistant Oormnhsai v of Subsistence, at J''ort Wmue- W. T. until the thirty-fust da} of March ior the dohv-eiv at th.it Post of TH UTY THOUSANW BOUNDS or Burr ON THE HOOF, on r before the iit- iconth il-iy oi July lieevps undci tbree of age 11 not be receiv- will be i.n'civcd in a pr )portion not ex- i-ccdmg one in twelve head oi cattle. Tin' of the Beef to bo 'itained by esti- nation, pad the estimate to be made munatthe JJeof will uoidi and for issue, (with- out roiCMd to Hide or uifw.) Ooth I which will be- come tbe pi ojicrf oi the Govienunen Good be r-quiiod lot the fulfilrasnt of ihe rontiact. K. M. LAO Assistant of Subsistence, Fort Winuebngo, W. T. Feb.uai 0, 1837. JJura untl Uaeon, a s periO! Article, re J s b Dubtnjue, ,uui fo sale by 3 EDGAR At, No. 11.] AN AC'T to the jurisdiction of the District Court of the United States for the Dist-ict of Ar- kansc s. Be It enacted by tJto Senate and House, of Representatives of the United fttatej of America in Congress assembled, Th it she District Couit of the Uniied Sfates for the District of Arkansas shall have the same ju- risdiction and power, in all respecls what- ever, that was given to the several district comUi of the United States by nn act Congress approved March thirtieth, eighteen hundiod and two, entitled uAn act to legu- late and intercourse with the Indian tribes, and to preserve peace on the fion- or by any subsequent acts of Con- gress, concerning crimes, offences, or misde- meanors, 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. APPHOVED, March Istj 1837. 12.] AN ACT making appropriations for the suppoit of the army for the yeai oaf thousand eight hundred and thnty-sevcn, and for other purposes. of ba for troops at posts are n 'public buildings for tlunr accomr.uida- tion' of store-houses for the sife-keeping of subst it'efice-, clothing, and of ijroiuids for si mmer cantonments encampments, ;Uid txiilit ry 'practice, ninety-five thousand dol- lars: i Fc r tHo'nlloRMndfi rmde (o ofnccrs for the trans aortal ion of laeir ii.igg.igfc, IniVel- ling in dul} troops, the sum of tnou Jand tloil Fdi'the iTdiisporlnlion of troops and sup- triinsponmion of 1'us afinj', includ- ing tho baggage of troops whan moving I eithi r by 1 md or water; fre'ght and i purcaasc or liiro of hoists, oxen, cart wagons, and boats, for the put pose of j tian sporfation, or fur 'tho uso.ot garrison; f drajagc and c irt.'ge at the several posts; hirs of Iran-sporfation of finds for tho j pay expens-c of sailing a publ.c I trarsport tlio posts on the Gulf of Me aco, and of procuring atsach posls as, 'lomliieirsituation, require it; the trans- por ution of clolhinjj from the depot at Pliil- adc Iphia to the stations of the troops: of sub- sist 3nce from the of and the points of delivery under contivcis, to such places as tha circumstances of the set- vie 3 may require it fo he of oidnance fro n th? foundries and arsenals fo Ihe forli- ficf tion frontier posts, and of land fiom th( western mines to the several arsenals, the sii'n of one hundied and seventy-seven th( usand dollars: the incidental expenses of the Qoar- nifstei's Department, consisting of postage on public letters and packets; expenses of co Jrts-martial and coiuss inquiiy, ijiolud- in i the compensition of judge advocates, m smbeis, and witnesses; extra pay to sol- diers, under an act of Congress of the se- ccndof March, eighteen hundred aud nine- tesn; expenses of expresses fiom the fron- tn r posts, of the necessn-y articles for the intennent of non-commissioned officers and scldicrs; hire of laboreis; compensation to cbrks m the offices of quartcrmcvsters and assistant quartermasters; at posts where their d ities cannot be performed without such a'd, and to temporary agents in charge of d smantled works, and in (he pcrfoiincvce of o her duties; purchases of hoises to mount t! e second regiment of dragoons, nnd expen- d turesnecessary to keep the two regiments o' dragoons complete, including the pur- __ _ _____________ N Invoice ot choice Liquors. A HOOrSB, recM 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 appiopriated, 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; th'ctt is to say; For the pay of the army, one million ninety thousand one hundred and thirteen dollars; Tor the subsistence of officers, three hun- dred and thiity-two thousand 'six hundred anc1 thirty-eight dollars: For forage of officers'1 horses, seventy thousand nine hundred and eighty-seven dol- lars.: .For clothing for officers' servants, twenty- six thousand five hundred and fifty dollars: For payments in lieu of clothing to dis- charged soldiers, thirty thousand dollars: subsistence exclusive of that of of- ficers, nine hundied and thirteen thousind four hundred and forty-ihre dollars, including the; sum of three hundred and five thousand hundred and seventy-two dollars, for the subsistence of the volunteets and militia ca led out for preventing or suppressing In- dian hostilities: For clothing of the army, camp and gnrri- soa equipage, cooking and hospital fu -niture, two hundred and six thoiisiuid nine hundred and forty dollars: For the medical and hospital department, thirty eight thousand five hundred dollars: For the regular supplies furnished by the Quartermaster's Department, consisting of fuel, forage, straw, stationery, and printing, tvro hundred and eight thousand dollais. For barracks, quarters, stoie-houses, em- biacing the lepairs and enlargement of bar- rocks, quarters, store-houses, and hopp at the several posls; the erection cf tempe- rs ry cantonments at 3cch posts as shall be occupied during the year, and of gun-hcuses for the protection of tbe cannon at ihe forts on the sea boaid the purchase of the nuces- siry tools and materials for the objects want- ed, and of the authorized furniture for the barrack-rooms; rent of quarters foi officers; ciase of horses to supply the place of those v hich may be lost and become unfit for ser- and the ejection of additional stables, cne hundred and ninety-two thousand dol- 1 us: For contingencies of the army, three thou- sand dollars: month's extra pay to re-onlistcd soldiers, and for the contingent expenses the recruiting service, Unity-four thou- i and three hundred and sixty-two dollars: For arrearages prior to the first of July, me thousand eight hundred and fifteen, pay- ible through the office of ths Third Auditor, mo thousand dollars: For the national armories, three hundred md sixty thousand dollars: For the armament of the fortifications two, hundred thousand dollars: For the currcni expenses of the ordnance service, one hundred and twenty-three thou- sand nine hundred aud seventy-five dollais: For arsenals, three hundred and scvanty- three thousand four hundred and twenty-nine dollars: For the purchase of percussion cannon locks, fifteen thousand dollais: For the manufacture of elevating ma- chines for barbette and casemate carriages, eight thousand two hundred and fifty dol- lars: For the manufacture of sponges for field and battery cannon, one thousand nine hun- dred and sixty dollars: For the rifle factory at the Harper's Ferry armofy, 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 ac'count- icg officers to close the accounts, twenty- three thousand nine hundred and sixty-nine dollars aiul five cents: For completing the wharf at Fort Monroe, Virginia, five hundred dollars: i'or constructing a river wall, making em- bankment to1 tbe same, arching, stone-wall- ing, repairing the embankment of the new canal, and for completing the tilt-hammer shop at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, fifty three thousand saver, hundred aud forty-three dnl hrs; For a at the arseral at florae, five thousand dollars: For pmchtic-3 ofl.md, brU'i w L'-ohout and wharf, and making a, tur.f- piko to the fm-r at the arsenal Mount Ycrnon, Alabajniu, in addition to rier appropriations foi those objects, siv llio'isruid six hundred dollars: For enltuging the site the arsenal at Frjrilifoid, one thousand dol- 1 irs i Fwr n blacksmiih'd shop, a reservoir, and P gunc.irri ige house at Wufcnovin, Massachii- splft.. tv, e'nlj-three thousand one Foi Ilia purchase often thousard copper rifio fi seventeen thousand dollars: Sw. 2. And be it furtttcr enacted, Thn1. the following sums o} money bs paid, any money "in the Treasury not othervuc appropv titled, on the requisition of the See- icutry of and, so far as shall be ncccf- same bh.ili be expended for thv followii to For the p.iy, travelling, clothing othoi legal expenses of the Tei nqssee into the of tho United Slates under the requisition o! Gonernl Gf.'ncs, under date of April eight- one thousand eight hundred and and th? procl.unatiou of Governor C.inu-n1 of twenty-eighth of the same month, and ap- pioved by the Secretary of War, on the ninth of Md> bv direction of the President of fh< Uniied Stages one hundred thousand Provided, that such of said volunteers i" voluntseiod under the proclamation of ernor Cannon of the sixth of June or twenti- eth of July one thousand eight hundred and thaty-'Jix.and weie mustered into'tho servic- of the United States, and arc cntitled_ ti iClothing under the act of May twenty-third, 
                            

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