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   Green Bay Spectator (Newspaper) - October 19, 1852, Green Bay, Wisconsin                               GREE BAY "TIio Union, tbe Constitution, and Enforcement of its CI.AV. Devoted to Whig Politics, Mechanic Arts, Literature, Agriculture, and General Intelligent RYAN COMPANY.! GREEN BAY, BROWN COUNTY, WISCONSIN: OCTOBER 19, 1852. [VOL. 1J. Old E.UMC txxktoold ri ul! v th bsnneri from tlie wall i HeroofMeiica. I' iiian'l llinet In many dimes victory c need hi" I' -nw i e fall back In leiv.! hii colon now 1 Afemafaln, V Vi in Milne to Georgia'" l o battle For ll'i. evciinnrcl" Picrecngrln nn I ililiik Hi win Feathers e-nl l'i Uiry nay, can't win Hie J iy 1 I.unily'9 'it very plain, iwcll atr.i.l to imlle iranll giimr uttiK-k liia iy don't they l p n 1 1 o p e c wlili'Mil a speck up ugaliHt Hi with of praNj ;nlnn nn.l IJ.iiii.iranMe Hmiili will I, n Nleady In ml, iiti Nnnhiiml I'jwtaml Wcnti I.K-IU, pr iy iio tin- nway, cliiininj; a'1 t Tlie Alllci. Tf.vL O'JIore. entranceofN guagns hal n one and ilollnrs. I For thr ernctlon of a -'i1 a I point of Inmllying west of tin entrin' of I Buck's harbor in hreo tlio an A fivo liUndrid dollars. For llio crr'Clion of bilnys, a-vl pinillcc, bi'twKod Oivlshcui) 'Hi! Wtiitelieii'l light iKiutct n ml ilirousH Muscle Rklye clmn- in- 1. four ttiouiHtid dollars. For tlie RrniMinn of four limys nt the followini; plni-es: one on tlia snutln'Hst point of tlin Multlii; i ,d off Stonii -I: on II ilf'ti.ln lod mid ono n nt tli -irr of Flinders hny, turn dillirst rep lirin? or rei-omint 'iin; iha nlon-' he-i-'-n on Bin-k I'unolne.it river, liv liuiidrrd NEW HAMPSHIRE. For n lipHcnn on Willi-y's mill n >p-ir linny on rocK, in '1m h.iibur of Vtirtsnionlh. finl't hinnlrrd ilnll'irs. MASSACHUSETTS. For n himt shoal north rhrnn-'l Vinryn.-d sound, tvvdvu thou, For tlire- ii II ile hiirlior threo biliidri.'d For tin- i-rnrtimi nfti 'm-iion the ro- pnii of nii'l for luiiyin tin' linrhiir if irt, Ivr.i iliHH i ,d il Fur it lii-ticnii mi F.IWII n-'ir liind. in linrlmr in iiillitioti tu ih f >r nirr iti'in oil" Hi "M in 1 .1'illnrd. For two iron I! tM 'i 'rtli of ill- (Jr.iVMon Ifiii.l oj'sio r in t, thi (if th n ii-- ir K onio in ill'1 vii-inity my thought ilinu-.'in'l For spirlin >y or f i  n HI llr.-lr J.ihini) ari'l li'-'lp I've ami m.i-l n .If-crl IIP in i.l 1 y Iiili-i I-T Iriic VnH I.ciii'i ;..ri Ir-in 'In-ir-il'i.m I, ;-i. .CVI I'.'t "II I'l-ICI Vnlll'l-l'll'. I to In- iiioon-d N'.inlm-k ir ii'lt ,1 I I it.llCl S-'Tl li ill -Vi- BY AUTKOEITY. 1'iitt Session Tliirly-fi'tl Centres f. (PriiLic ACT m kin-.; ippropriitiiiiim for lisj'11 JtK.. "lid provill lot ttirrnr'.ioil mil aim-, ini'i f.ir Miln-r ,1 I nnil Haute Ktnlto of ii m C'.iizutt asit-Kililiil, Ilitiltlif to I. jap.iiop'ri-i.ioiis in- in.l tlie s.uue urn y, in uli' iliriTtcil to lie, pnul out ol iion-y in tn-isnry not ntln'rwn-f ap- itr.l >o rnaliln tin- "l- lllt! my to rnny 'In' pinvisioni of this tl'cci; Prut'i.lnl. huu-rrtr, till" v luii'l wliirli it limy to iiKiul In- on uxi-lnsive lij-lil to such land r.innot lie. trd by wlit-n :tiii intent's United St'iie> ili'in in H it, In-Torn tho (i-tltI o; l-l ill I .ijlp-iilt.' H.is-t ol lJiryiinrsh.il, .in I oniMin the point ol'th" m-l nt t'-ic mouth of .ichnd.ick aii'l op- Mull rocks. (ttteHn hiindr.'d dollirs For ten additional sp.ir buoys in the b.iy ol .Vow York', five hundred dollars. For a or h.-icou to be pt.iced on the n.ist.iru point ol' the north lork ol Long l.-l md, three tho'i-'.iii I d ill irs NF.W .JF.USF.Y. Fora monument, .on Mill H'cf, in the Kill Vm K.II lour dollars. For c iu buoys to be pi n-.'.i in the inlet lead- ing in Little h itlmr, thousand .loll.irs For a be icon to bo pi iced on the shoal in New arlc biy, kn.nvn us tin; West Oyster be.l, and i ig lig'its on the I'llunv and Sell-oil point, and for replacing tin- log b.dl at the Pas sale light house4 tti'ni'.nd dollars. For one buoy in New Inlet Great Kgg harbor aii'l three buoys in ll.irtfonl, two hundred dol tars. MARYLAND. For c fog hell to be erentel at the light house on Seven loot knoll, at mouth of Patapsco river, two thons.'iid live hiitvlrrd For MX spar buoys to bi> placed in Pocomolie sound and the entrance of Ciios.imissig harbor, lour hundi-e-l an I eighty dollais For bi'acou lijht to be placed at Sol- lers, on the Patap-co river, when s-iid fort shall lie so far completed as to receive ihe fifteen liuiidred dollars. For n buoy to be placed over n wreck in Hooper's straits, in Chesapeake bay.eighly dol- For a bell to he place 1 on of tin1 light boats n, Chesapi'ake bay. to Im liy the Secretary of the inindre.l dol- hrs, MICHIGAN For buoys in Sasjan.uv bay nnil at the montb ol Sagau.iw river, six hunjii'd doll.ii-K. For u beacon light on Hound W md, Lake Su- perior, riear the entr.iiK'e ol the i St. Marie, ''our th ill-sand dollars. For the rep lir and the removal of the light untl keeper's bouse .it the mouth of Clin- ton on L.ike St. C'l.iir, live thousand dol- lars. For a light houso at moulh of Sonih lll.ick liver, five thoimnd doll.irs WI :COX-IN. For vp.ir buoys.ut ftiln1 nuance ol'Nccnah or I'ox river, tjvi.1 hiin.lii'l doll us. For a light li.msi- on ih.1 noitliPin ou'let of liv" ilioof.iii'l dollars. tlii1 ivrnoViil of th" ligiit hoii-e at Mil- and rebuilding the at and on the nut th 'loint of Milwaukee bay, live thousand OHIO a hoiitc or range lights nt or nc.ir Manmee biv, or the mouth of Man III'" 1-iVI'l. li.1" ll'lil.US. For linovs .it the li-dgc between SiMnr -l.i'ul an I th-i'iiT-ine ol Maumec b.iy, tlm lUiidi.'d dollars Foi repiiis oi tin' I''.'hi ho'isi'. pier and ho.id of Hiirnii, on which the ligl in-" is built, MX Miou-.itrl dollais Foi icrnoviiig thi-light HI Vfimilli.n harbor, id rrpairiii- the pii-r ou which it is placed, thousand dollar'-. OKLAWAKK to produce a li ;'.it properly thirty lliou-iand dnlla-s. For I'nin- large buo to marc the Iwo chan- nels ov-fr Fryingpau hoala, to be coinlructe I and located under tht direction of the Sup-rin tehdent of the Coast t urvey, one thousand six hundied dollars. For four second clr buoys jo mark the Main and Oa'j Island chain els lead'n; into' the Cape Fear river, in additio i to the buoys now aiith- rized, to be construct -d and located Binder the diieclion of tiiu of the Coast Survey, one thousand dollars. For fix hollo.w bin v'3 for the of Cape Fear, one thousand t ,ree hundred and twenty SOUTH CAROLINA. For a be'.l boat to betnoorad at Cape Roman shoal, three thousand live hundred dollars. For a harlur placed on the battery in the harbor of Clia lesion, live hundred dol tars. For 'firee iron to be moored at tho en- tranoof the harbor I Georgetown, six hund red mil thirty dollar for l wo brjicnn or rar.ge lights on Smith Isl- atd point, and one 1 J.icon or range light on Xorth I'l.ind, to ran; a with tho main light at thi) eiitiance of Georgetown harbor, live thous- and dollais. At ABA MA. For an iron floatii g hell buoy, with heavy moorings, and iu evn y respect complete, for the "riti.tni'e of Moliile b iy, four thousand dollais. For six largo iron can nnd nun buoys, to be iropirly distingiiisiit 1, and to he moored at .loin's oil'the v.vst Link, the middle ground and south point >lthe Spit, Wo tuousiiid liundi-cd ilolUrs, For a huoy on the lorth wtst end of northwest ,'clicau shoal, two h nulled dollars. For four wooden 1 titled with six order L''rc.siii'. lenses, or wi h a single twenty one inch Lirabolie ri'llector eicb. to be erected on San.1 island and .Mobile p. int four thousand dollirs. For asci-.-w HMCUII ou Revenue point hrei'thoiisnid dolla s. All ol'the ahovf I and beacons to be In c.ited under thi' tion of the Superinteiiden f the Coast Snrvi.'f. M! -StSSlPPI. For the cri'clion r.f a light house at or nea the entrance of Knit Pascngoula rher, instea hip Island harbors, to be located under iie direction of the t n.lent of tl.e Coaii Survey, tightt.en hundred ilollars. L( he special jurisdiction oMlie United States be Mime shall thereafter cease. SccTiot 3. dntl be it furthrr cnneleil. That he Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authori- sed and directed to apply the money appropria- ed by the act of March third, eighteen huii'iic.l ind fifty one, for the erection ol a light ho'ise nt Hole harbor, to the ercclion of three >e.icon or bug lights at said Holmes s harbor, ac the recommendation in the report of the superintendent ol the coast survey. SCCTIOK -I. -Anil be il further eiiartcil, That he sum of thirty ihousand dolliirs appropria'eil by the act approved March third, eiirlitceu hi n- dred and Itiirty one, the erection of a muse on Flynh's Knoll, be nnd the same is here ny to he applied to the erection of no range b.'acon lights lor CJoduey'a el, to be placed near Point Comfort, in the Stale of New Jersey and two range beacon lights for the Swash clminel of the harbor of New York, to be placed on Suilen island, nsar the Kim T.-fe 'aeon, and to be constructed under the direction of the topographical bureau, ami according to the recommendation of the light house board and the superintendent of the coast survey c.nd for a large iron floating belt beacon, to be mo ir- cd off Flynn's knoll, under the direction of -.he superintendent of the coist survey. Site. 5. Jlmt b: it Jiinlirr That if such person as the Secretary of the Treasury .hall designati', bhalf report, in nny of the herein provided for, that preliminary surv.-ys are necessary to determine 'he site of a proposed light house or light boat, beacon or buoy, or lo ascertain more fully what the public exigency demands, the Secretary of the Treasury shall '.hereupon dirt-cl the of the survey of the. coast of the United Slates, to perlorm such lilty on theseiboud.and the colonel ol corps of topogiaphic.il cngineeis to perform Hichd.ity on tin' northwestern lakes. SKCTIOX (i. Jl-il be it fnrlticr niai-tvl. That the ofiiccis so directed s.rudl forthwith enter upon the discharge ot'the duty, and. alter fully aster t lining the tacts, shall report: First, whether tl.e proposwl facility to navigation is the rrost suitable for the exigency which exists. Anil second, where it should he placed if the interest of commerce demands it. Thiid, if tlie thing proposed be not the most suitable, whether it is expedient to make any other kind of improve, ment. Fourth, whether the proposed has any connexion with other lights, nnd it so whether it cannot Ire so located as I o subserve both the general and the local wants of Had and navigation. And filth, whether Iheie be .my and if any. what oilier facts ol importance touch i ing the subject. SECTION 7. Jlivl it further Tha all such report's shall, as speedily as may b., b laid Lof.iru Hie S'Clftaiy ol'the Tn'isiiry, anil i such to ihe work without furthe i, he shall forthwith proceed wilh i For theexaminat onandsiiveysof Shipshoal and poin.on of othervi-is'! such repoits: shall be on with rel'i'rcnce to I ie locatitn and erection ol a light house an I I he prncuriig ol a plan lor tlie ihifc ibou-ai d doll.irs, For iliiec spar-h oys, to nark tbn channel of ah.uborof n'lii-ie at Hoini...... n ivy rrsidfiit is hereby nntliorizril nnd o dire-iM ihit an ollicer >l 'Ii army n-iV pnch ilixtricr na l.ght i.mil' in-pi-ntor, to ami on Ur thrt of inn Light homo Board wi.o for nucli service the nn'l nioliinientc tint ha would be rntitl -il i'. by for tlie performnnco of duty :o tli rt-gn- ar line of hU and no oi'.-r, tho lejr.'il nllowance per mil when rav.'ling under orders with his Sue. lie it further encctel. Tint he suid Lijl.i house BnnrJ. by and vilii tin' 'OUST.' nnd nppro'Mitif.: of hn lie authorized nnd tn nusn to be prepired and distribute.I light beepers, iiispecfirs nnd iloyed in the light house esliblis'ime 't. "'i.-h tiles, regulations, aud instructions HI sh-'tl in for securing nn ellicinnt uni- orm, and enonomicnl system ol 11 ImiiiN'er ng the light establishment of tlio Uni- ud Slalfi, and to ieoiirB respoiuihility from hem, whii'h rules, regulations, when approve I, slmll be r.-npenteil and ib.-ye.l until nlterrd and annui'e.l by lame nntliority. Sue. 1-1. Anil be il fi'ttier ni'ietr.1. That vh-ill ln> the duty of Ihe Ligbl lions- Bo.ird o to be prepared by tlio cnuin-T d for hat service, nil ilriiwins and of cost, of nil illumina- ting nnd other apparatus, nnd of construction md of repair of towers, bnildingi, neiiti'd with the light IIOIIJH eglali" retary of the board, or '-y nc'i uinrers of the nriny ns niny lie detnil. coir lilishinenti ippi. to be placed the Colst survey, two bun- cution. gress at the next ensuing session; but in a cases when- tin1 person designated by the Si ere- taiy of the Treasury does it-port sm-h preli ....._ ry examination ns "expedient, tho piovisious of this act shall without di-ljy bo carried inlo exc. would by I'.ill into the mtr- mini, in any Knd nil juc.li o.ijus the ap- limions shall ba to tlm oo for which they rre mad.' n. any time iu two years ulivr tlin Hut in an State wherein surb ig lowest re-pou-i st-i'iirily f -r tin of the Mime, ntnl th strict cont'o-iniiy wild th" provd by top i( thy vision of tiry of Hi.' Tr.'iisury m iy For foiii sp.-ir in Ili'dford tliri'.- I.....dri'd dol For a ligiit vessel to loilgi' until b" propn'.'d k'll.'u bo completed six RHODK ISLAND. For nn iron can buoy to b- placed on a rock in the chionel leading from Narraganselt bay la Natiaquacket pond, two hundied and lilty dollais. For a dolphin or buoy lo be placed on the south point ol <-oat Island, in the harbor ol Acw- and hied and lo-tv doll is. 1 LOPxIDl For four iron c -.n and nui buoys, one lo be placi-d on fie end f Smulbcie. oil' Soldier key, nnd Ihiec to iii.n i Ihe clniinel through Boca For six spir buoys to bi' placed in the Dela- Grande puss.ige.ci: lit hundivd anil forty ilollars. .vaie b.iv. IVom Mahon river to the upper pnint I IIIIMM ni'.ir Collins Patch- ol the shoal Known as and eighty doll.us. i Shears, four For a class! -jht honsi nearCollin s Patch- cs.  a'inl K.'y light, to ie c uisli iicti-d under i s _ 8. Ami be tl further rnarlttl. That the Piesiilent !M', and hois iieieby, authorized and reiniircil to appoint, immediately nllei the passage of this act, two ollicera of Ihe naxy. of high i auk, one ollicer of Ihe corps ol engioci'i sol' ol the army, one ollicer ot the corps of graphical engineers ol the army and two civil- illuminating, building and rebuilding wli ians of high scientific attainments tcrvi I ci'ssary, m.imtaiiiipg and keeping in good cos may he at the dhposjl ol the Picsi.lent; and light homes and light vessels, beacon: all ollicer of Ihe navy and an olliuer of engineers who constitute :ln- pio'ection of the light house on the IJiandy wine -hnal in the Del.iwaie b.iv, three thons.ind -it himdre'l dollars. Fo.- JOB FlosgT shi.al in the IVIn- waichiy wilh first cl iss linn buoys and can ..to meted and placed in their po- under the direction of the Superintendent le situated subscniii'iit to ttto p.iesuge is.auI, to wil: MAIN ir a lijlit house on the Nu'.ible. Ciipe .lich, York.ilvt- thousand >r i dumb liniicon ou Haddock's ledgo ______i bay, live hundred dollars ir Jones's fog hulls to bo placed at Cope 'ibet'u, Sequin, Wliiloheud and Wesl ddyhead light ten thousand dol- the erection of beacun on Lopey i in Portsmouth harbor, in addition Ppropriation of five biindred dollars liy let of September twi-nty eighth, eight, jfcutidred and Hlty, fivo hundred dollars. >r two spar-buoys on the Kastern and kern Sisters at tbe entranco of Piscula-. kirer, hundred and sixty d .llurs Ir the and keep. Louio on Boon itlanJi, twenty thou- a beacon on ledge mPenobscot bno ihousand dollars. Ir a lighthouse at tho eastern end of a between North Haven and Vin- on Herring Neck, as the depirl- Lsball determine, Hve thoniiind dollars beacons, buoys, spindles HI poinis on river, flve ihou-mul doll ft Jonei's log hell, to placed ne.ir ill. huuse at Hetit Menun, two t'.ioiisaii.l Ihundrect dollars. >r buoys to placed on Old M m ledge i entrance of tbo Penobicot bay, five dred pr the erection of beacons -m "I ts nt entrance of Oa o liirl'Or. Ineur island and .rtb T point; and for placing on other harbor, ono thouswnd .1 irs, port, one hundred and filtv dollars. For the preservation of ihr light dike wall at Goat island, Newport, harbor.three thousand five hundred dollar: CONNF.CT1CUT. For a light house on the Long wharf, in the harbor ol New Haven, five lumdicd dollars. NKW YOHi; Fora light house ou Point Au Roche, on the west sideot Lake Clmmplain, five ihousmildol- spar buoys in Hudson river, between Albany and Troy, four hundied and eighty dol- arFor n beacon light on Bh.ck Rock pier, six hundred dollars. To repair or rebuild th Coast Survey three thousan VHK; IMA. dollars. foundation of tlie 1O icirdii w. i..ht house on the breakw.iler at Osttego, five For two spar buoys at Chincoteague inlet, or.e hundred and sixty dollars. For a light boat nt I'ungoteogue creek, ot a light bouse to he built on n point of land adjoin- iiigsaid creek, us shall be found most expedient imination. ten thousand dollars. For the purchase of a sito and the erection of a light house on Jones' point, in the Potcmac river, m-nr Alexandria, five thousand dollars. For Jones' fog bells to be placed at Assa. league, Smith's island and Cape Henry light thousand five hundred ilollars For a beacon on White shoal, James river, hoinand dollars. Fcr beacon lights on Day's point., on the Point of Shoals and on Jordon's point, James ri- ver, tilteen thousand dollars For a h.ncon light on the shore opposite Ly n s creek, live thousand dollars. For a huoy on the tail of the Horse shoe shoal in Chesapeake bay .five hundred dol- For two spar huoya to be placed at White point and Elbow point, in Mushaningo bay, one uin.lred and sixty dollars. For two spar buoys to be pUced to buoy out Occahonuock creek, one hundred and sixty dol. litti'd rat us. thirty liu thuiisamldollars. For a laigi' buo on Sea Horse reef, two bun- dled and liny dulls rs. For line'; hollo'.- iron buf.ys to he moored in the cli.uiiii.-l into a liiubur icci'iitlv dis- covered on Floridi ten miles south of Cape Florida, tevr i hundred dollars. Tiie above bun; s to be lucateil under the di- ii'cliou of the (.'on-1 Survey. For u b' neon 01 Re' the Light bouse Ito.iid ol the Kniti'd and shall have power to adopt sncii rules and regu lations lor the government of their meetings as they may judge expedient and the boa id MI constituted shall be a tached to the ollice ol" Ihn Secretary of Ihe Tiei.sury, and under his super- intendence shall discharge ull the administiativc duties of said ollice relating to the cnnstin mil no bid or conlraci shall be necepted or nlnred into except upon ,br derision of thi" joiird. at ti rognlnr or sperhil in.'rliiig. ami ilirough tlieir properly nuthorized ulliuers. SBC. 15. dml be it fu-ttier cnaftril. That lion-after "II materials lor the i-onsiriu-iion nod repnir of light lionaef, light :oiis, Imnys, shall I.e procurii.t liy puV Im contriicts. under such regulations as tin lionrd tiny from time to time ndopt. sn'ij.'ct 10 ihu approval of tlm Secreinry of Hie Truas ury, and nil works of construction, rcnova- n and repair, shall ba made by the o-ilurs ol the board, under the iintneiSitile mice of th-ir engineer -ecn-tary. or of Mich engineer of the army as miy uc detiilud for" that purpose. SEC. 10. lie it further eiutctctl, Tint it sh .11 I-.B tho duty of the Light bouse Board 10 fiirnijh, upon llio reiiuisitiim of tlio .Sucre- tury of tin; Treasury, nil the eatimnin of ex'' pensw vvhic-h tho several tho light service mny reriuiri4. and such other information as may be rrqiiirml, to Ii.- iKiil'-hel'iirf Congress nt commencemont of each secsion. Snc. 17 J ml tie it further rnartel. all acts and purls of acts inconsistent with the provisions ol'lhis act arc hereby and all acts and pirts of acts relating to the light house establishment of ihe Unilrd Stales, not inconsistent with the provisions of Ibis act. anif ni'cessaiy to euabl? the Light House Biaid, un- der the snpi-iiiitenilenceof llifi Srci'Maiy of th. Treasury, to perlorm all duties relating to the management, construction, illumination, inspec- tion and superintendence of light houses, light vessels, b.McoiiK. buoys, sea marks am! Ibeir ac-. rcssirtes, including he procuring i.nd testing of apparatus, supplies and materials ol all kinds lor' nnd rebuilding when ne- repair is. buoys m.u of the L'nitcd States and d tbiid sections oftbenct making ap- l.us. illumination, inspection and superinfemlcnfe of -ashoal, between Mar- light houses, light vessels, beacons, buoys, snu- i T. rtugas keys, ten Ihousand doi- marks, and their appendages, and the 'ttllu y security of foundations, ol works already .fist- ing, procuring illuminating and other apparatus For securing tl. light house at the mouth of St. John river, Kltrida, ten thousand dollars. supplies and materials of all kiials lor building anil lor rebuilding when necessary, and o, Hook and Throgg's Nccl. light houses, live thousand dollars. For a new light ship lo Like the place of that now moortd o.f Sandy twenty thousand the light house on Gar.lner's island, in addition to the appropriation ot six thousand dollars, by the net of Murch third eighteen hundred and firty one, one thousanu For eiecling a beacon the sand spit in the harbor of Sag Harbor, in addition to the appro priation of seven hundred dollars made by the act of March third, eighteen hundred and filly one, hundred awl filly dollars. For three buoys to m irk Ihe entrance Stoney Brook harbor.Lon-Island, three hund red dollars. Fortherepaiiofthepi.T at the mouth of; fienesee pver.aml the erection of a beacon lijjbt j on the same, twenty six h-mditd dollars. For Ihe erection of three small beacon li NORTH CAROLINA. For Jones'log bell to bf> placed near B.ild r Head light house, nt the entrance of Cape tear river two thousand six bundled dollars. For a harbor light house on the easlun point ofliourge Banks, at the entrance ol Beanlorl harbor.five Ihousand dollars For two buoya to be pl.iced in the mouth ot live hundred dolla '.s. For three small or harbor light houses n bay, namely: one at Ited Fish bar, Din- at t'lopp r's bar, and one at Half Moon blio.il, live thonsi ml dollars, in addition to the amount (twenty housaiiil dollars) alicaily ap- propriated for a I ght house on Ked Fish bar. C I A. For large buoy i to be placed on Sunken rocks, in the Bay of San Francisco, under the direction of the Superinten. ent of Coast Survey, one thou- sand dollars For a beacon at Humbolilt s harbor near North Spit, to be located by the otHcers of the coast survey, five thousand dollars. For a lig'.it ho at the harbor at La Poinle, on L.ike Superioi, five thousand dollars. For the erect Jii ol a lij-ht house at Santa Ciuz, California, thirty thousand dollars. I For thecompl tion of light houses in Calilbr- nia and Oregon, jne hundred and twenty thqu- sand dollars. For light boat and other means of rendering -i-sisMnce lo wi -eked mariners and others on shall procevd to ballol for one of ibeir me nbi'is as chaii man, and the member wno shall -.reeive the majoiiiv of ballots of tlie i be declared by Ihe President t the Light house Board, who shall, in the absence of the presiilenl of the board, preside over their meetings, and do and pcriunn such acts may he required by the rules of the board. SEC. 2. Jnd be it further enacliil, Tl.at tin Light house Board shall meet four limes in eacli year lor the transaction ol general and ipecial biisir.ess, each meeting to commence on the first Monday in Mirch, June. September, an I I'ecem ter and that llie Secretary of the Treamry is hereby autl.oriztd to convene the Light house Board whenever, in his judgement, the exigen- cies ol the service may require it; Sr.c. 11. jindbe it further ennelett, I bat So-ii-tary of Hi.. nnd bo i- her.- n-nnir.-.! t" -u.-b   'is nr; now einnloyi'il on duties in the Treaii i.-pa.-fuieiil lo Iio irmisferred lo tli'' .without ge ury Alligator in Albemarle sound two hum' u red dollars. ,Fora huoy to be placed on Ihe north east end ol ihe of Croaton sound eighty dol- l87'or buoys to placed in North river in the sand di county of Currilnck. one hundred dollars. boat to be moored on dircct. ten thousand dollars. amj W-IJOB ?L.. u -iners and others on u. providi- ilm 'njnuii tes, to be expended f.r nnd cletlcs, for ion of the secretary rvation of an-hiwa. mod-U and roinaling light houses, one thou- p letu.n- ing ilif aiip- Htm, Hml P'l bold ir-p-iogs th" board; -ind tint _........ tunsfcrr-'d 11 Hi" proper I'llieen to jeexpeuiled under the direction i "if [lu- Ligiu b  l Ibe Trea.uiy. I hook- -ots. druwmgs. models, return to the light Can" propriations for light houses, light March third, eight'-cn hundred, and lilty one, arc hereby declared to bn ih fulf force, and shall have the same cfli-ct as thougli this act had not passed PrrviiM, That no ad ditinnal salary shall be allowril lo nny civil.mrl ilaty or naval officer who shall be employed on ie Light House Board, or who may be in any. lanner nltaclicd lo the light house service of United States under this act: Jlntt prt.eiiM, Thai it bbiill not he lawful lor any er of Ihe Light House Board, insp-i'lor, light, eeper. or other person in any manner connect- d with the light house service, to thcr directly or indirectly ina'.y contract for abor, materials or Biipplics for Ihe liglrt house' nor to possess either as principal or1 gfiit any pecuniary interest in any r of construction or illumination, or ill ny article ot supply for the light house seivice' I'Ihe United States. (Signed) LINN P.IYD, Spe.ilicr of the House of Represenlatives. (Signed) WILLIAM R. KING, Piesiilent of Ihe Senate pro lempore. Approved August 31, 1S.VJ. (Signed) MILLAIIO FILLMORE; Wliiow't Crutt." Magnnimity is concecded tobt a virtnn.- Tin- man who perils bisown lift to save tint .fnnoiher, performs more ihan required ifhin in I'ecnlogitB. But he who birf he opportunity to perform a deed of kind- ii-a., without viol iting hisolliiMal nnd to improve it, is waniinu in tha bet- vvbl.-h dislingnUh mall from tho .rut.-. And vet when a bill was before Con. :r.'W, proposing to allow the widow of Piesi. I'm IT-trrisoii tne pitiful of his flrst siUry, Frai k tln-n n mnmtier a ,in-l workfl in defeat S.ir.ly, wid- ,Wi nnd most cherish lively feel- ofBritini'lii towar.N lu'i.efactor! said fiat the devil has many imps; we tiresome that the following are among the number. Imp ejection. Imp etuo-ity. Imp er- mi-nce, Imp-Ucability, Imp-udence, md Imp iety________________ Hon. H. Johnson a Union Demow rnt of Georgia has doclared for Sjott Uruhnrn. Or in to UM   

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