" . , ' ' . ... . . .
wbbs nor mnrnt Tom rxirrr, states by the roxmrrnoj, sob rBOniBirro by it to the bt atks abb' bbseb ved to tub si ma bepbctivly, ob to tub tnon.-Amjiettotke Constitution, Article X.
B AUSTIN & C. F. FISHER,
Editor and. Praprietore.
SALISBURY, N. C, FEBRUARY 7, 1840. ;
XXIV, OF VOL. XX.
(Whole o. loa-1.)
' TERiiS .
or m etebji cAboutiat.
The Wesicra Carolinian it Babfurlwd every Fat
' mv, it Two Doilsea per ancuui it, paid m iiltnirt, or
To Dollar and FiAy C'j if a( pad before the ex
p retuA of three ' ' - ,
'o paper will be wntined aniil all innnpi
are paid, aalws at thediscretioa of tfa Editor; and a
tuture to notify lb Ediinr of a veil to discontinue
" t the end of year, be coopered at a e en
pijremeet. ; . f, ',.
Advertisement will fc t0nfnemoiLh and correctly
ianerted, at one aaJiar per fjire (of JUO w, or
ri Unn of thu aitt type fx tie rat insertion.
and 2j cents fcr each ow.i'jmow. lourtand Judicial "
aikertiHeraeet will ba ctrtryH 25 Bf cent emr than '
the above prices. A daduclma c4 3:4 pet cent rm :
tbs regular prics H be nwie to J early advertisera. !
Advertisements wnt inm p..:tta,aMtf bavethe
eunibr ot tswesmarke't mi then, w liney will be maer
tj till forh'd, and cf.sry! f r xxnrdiOtt. ' , ' ' ,:. j
Letter addrewswf to (be ti.lnr en ansuiesa mart be :
, tWy ni ww e av.'4 ta j r-f
6pliE SnSorriW e&rs lor at 50cer Js pr
ttvnnd, a wry lar q-rartit'y vf Fitk-worm
' F.jrcTrfattv'-Taised by trft-'.f and in yi'or'xTT
state t prewmww. i - ;
Sa.'iburt, Jan. 17, l" 10. "' ' r
DR. (J. D. DOUGLAS
IliK' i, lately riipid ?y Dr. U. Auatia.
11a. ix jvur.u killia.,
UESPECTFULLYoiri.ts piiona!rtes to I
Uie aufao of KiliVflfy, arJ the saTotridirg l,,
ff.--iiser1y-ypapMe-l. crtrrff?jis '"'
Salubury,. C, Ao?o-I :kl, ISft. . tf.
' HAS himrif at Cot, David
Ramsey's Oakley Grore, fredell conn
t)r,'N.'C artd renwDillv tender hi"
crKT tf thr pib'ic in tbe various de-
pari nients rf his pmfagic-o ' '
. Jammrr 10. 140, m ; ' r ,
J Oil SC. PArfEtLhss a not ber
octr aujo'r of ipj'd arwl silver
) . Lever
Frrl. dm. roiil
,mm a s p, ,'T!eTit a
XxXZaZXy.S VX. Vbz.m. JtoecUck and
ThiaiMrs Stei A m! frh Fc'j Cb o and Keys. '
" Al a very trie and Urge aKwtment of Razurs,
pocket and pen-kti'vcs.ij UiP-r- nt Maoo!ac'iirers with
other articWn-aUs Ires' bv JeIir.atl of which wi!l
lw J.l rrry low r en'y pit moottw credit, af
ter which tune, U-f-t ar-J b rharsred.
Salisbory. May -i, 1S!X -
ContC and ?rr ! The 8bmber havirz
4nd-a tiwwM.VSiiQjBr.aijJ4fjr matBt4
al. and in ht mn rrn: gmt w nraown, w pre,p.
srork.'frpiB the picfirt wiinut y t the fincM ra'io
rwt work) The r"''. jinsetqil.tj will be paid to
, produce, p'.ank, arJ srtfil! s-Uken jn yiehnre for
funutnre. A , fv. M.UJ I 1 .
A CAttD Th" ufcwfeej Lavmg , rrHBnf'v
"tbaiikfiil fi i'.i- r if ma'j-jriay k, aiJ pmme
IhU all weri d-" br rum ewl not h sarprvard ( a
wiwk raMi'pKw :-t t .er I'ltttcr. - 1
Jan. 31. 1-K ('. If. DFJ ARXRTT.
READY MADS CLOTHING,
A Gentlewii't wear, cb as W, fsafalWw, aiw
Vrt ., of food , , ,.,.'.., .,
wei; nAe ! fci. !!- afw ?rwrd rtU t
asd miVciSi'vir if tarirx fmhitfk'i mi irlU f
fyJe, si nmM.-vj t k5?!.r" sa -
"stut iOajU.(irest44eisp of tr ,
IS. & lie ,U e-1' U ersc of Uitir-
rtof CiiMir? f
"J"TWi'''f"'!y ryy " " w ( ?awa ti
ic. in nrv-m from a -ie atteaieJ
Jrir brick Mild.BC-
IIORSSS FOT BALE. '
TAITI f TOXt: erH! hrrk
NORTHERN HORDES, and a
SI Si LF NORTflERN TROT-
TEH to ' ? " ' ;S.f
.- 40U.. LAUiV.
8b4ry Dec. 13, 165!. ;V
- i '
i- f "' ' " " I
' -. Ill .i. .
1 MrtfTCSYlLLn. DAVIF. rUXTT. f
T , i - - i 4
fnmi ; - FOSTER fe I
l-rer , iU h ww Hi.t eg '' ' .fx ct
we. to e T'7jf.7rVfrRTMSir3T
'?,k !!KE ! iiilS
Hh. remy SZTel 'J cf IS
m rn,e i tSf f IT ,
lUr. ,1) rnrweKM Sn the Vrt h- The fUiVeri-
key plMreshiw-elf w W nrt 4i r'
f! stftrtt.i wh s msy raff ';.
-M. B.i .H SMm wM " the beet eoner
H 11 r...ry a fi. i hi seyvaats are faith-
' C. B. & C. K. WHEELER
IIAVK j.mt recverl a Frenh Supply of (J EX
11 t'lE. MEDICINES aitKMi whicb are lha
fotlowingi for the first time ofTered in this market,
to which they would particularly invite the atten.
riim of PbVviciana, to wit :
Tartrate of Iron and Potassa, a mild and excel
lent Tonic. y"-;' ."f m-" y .
Ilvdrargyrum cum creta, (chalk mcrcurj) an e-
eellent preparation fir children.
Precipitated Carbmmie of I ron, est wmed a much
finer preparalioii than the old mat or carbonate.
-Acetate of Putaa(aal diuriticua.) -Liq'tot
Putamn ; Extract of Jalap ; E!tcrium,'ve.
ry fine, (C'luttorbuvk'a,) "and Modtcim a of all
kind geaerally ud in thin country. '
. '; .j -Aio ; ;:;v'-: 1
Dye-stufl', Paints, Oil,' Smiffc.' T.dKirco, SpaoUli
. f Cignrn, Candleal Rice, Starch, Siaprrerfutne,
- Brush, Inatrntmmts, Pde-hoards fine Letter
.- anU Wrapoiiia Paper, Quill, Ink, Drawing Pa
; per and Pmt, madeira, terilf, mnga, port,
sherry, champaign,, inucat,aiid claret Wine,
- french, peach, and pito llrsiid' , Gift, mnnon
v pihala and old Whiskey, jamalca and new-eng-land
Hum, Loaf Puar, Varninfitra, Sand Papert
""' Ola-ware," Botftoay lemon and dinner -yrup.
Lime? Juice, Tamarinds Jujia, Crk Pocket,
Books and Mapv Pipes, iron and t"mMiiiio
.Alurtattajttl PcUta,-CawIl-4k, L', IW.
Dyoti'a, Anderon', II.Kiper'a, Hcott'iCookV,
Shop, Beckwith'n, PHeri', Mofcil'a Brandreth
Evans , and Phelpn' PilU, Hmick'a and.gwaim'a
Snutf-tioxos, Bpices, Pepper, Sue, Uownnd'aTo.
-. mc Mixture, Back-uawmn lvnrd Autches,
Balm of Columbia fur bald heads Elixir of Opi-
-.. urn, SwQim's Vermifuge?
nd a thmm.nii.jbsj:'nicleij)i(ipf o; rneq.
tioo, wliich will' bo sii 'Id very lowat flie Apothe
enry Store, Salibnry? Noith Carolina. -
January 10, 1M0. , .' . p ... .
T2lMPt TlMIXEDilXD LLYSEED
sHl V .IT. C2 ' V'
For a!o by .
jaVILA C, K. WHEELER. J
10, mo. . r
. " j umber . V"
FOR SALE AT,-' - "" WHEELERS..
SalsarHjry.Jan.JO, 180. , . r v
Wrapping l'aiier, Ac,
rpHE Futwcribers ofler at Wholesale or Retail,
120 Reams W rapping raper
120 do. Toolsrap "do. ;
12 do. Lrtter do. ruled and unruled
10 Gnws. Paste-boards ;
6 -oWvRtee Paner-j r-
Freticli and colored Paper for Lndies' no.
Sahnhury, Jiid. 10, 1840. ,
' A LVRGE .Assortment of
''1&5$ den SEEDS, jwst received
jri reso ana ueuuiuc jtxr
.iiT,'Sfc.i.sf. from ,he New Leinoi,,.
"kr ifsTTctaTi'ciios ofwHicircahTie seen at our store.)
Also, nrat Oral Boxes and Hand Swifts for Ladies,
Frale bv C. B. & C. K. WHEELER,
Jewellery lor' Sale. v
THE Sulwcribera offer at
wliolesale, a large and leau
tiful ntetorimon; of . - '
AXD A VARIETY OP
FA A C Y - A II TICLE 8.
Merchants and dealer in the above are invited to
cnll and examine, ns they Rre determined to enl.l
vpry cheap. C. r & C. K,' WHEELER
Snlisbtiry, Jan. 10, I t4,fW;,. r
'THE Su'xw-ribers hove jiwt
received from the North, aix
Made to order and of the Leal
matcriik, which will O Bold
rirvxi'!??1JS'tpJ,J5 seyjiiso DiveptLtiantt
itje lc W0-wherl I?H?gV
With It AR. X ESS for eacft all eompkte.
4a-w l nrr be pleased
la ie-f tbotb in y!ejnd priVn. - - -
yr r.nsi - A C. K. WHEELEtt
f- SilitUfrr. Jan.
- itrrti rt"tii in r n VP
Ji f t ;J'J . Vorthcrn Horsct for sale.
yW ' jln-y sre youhg and well broke
-IjJL and warranted) sound and pe
- " - fi-etfTTenffe.AW 1
- C.;n. V C. K- WHEELER..
mitP. KuWrlVr livinir seven miles south af Salt
A k-rry. mtemU keeping costantly on bandMAr-
Ue aud Uraaite Slabs eiprcssly Ii. - ' -,4';
c -, tomb STONKS,
A If 05
: Ie rea.ly to exfenfe any work wh
-GRAVING. An, and he a-nres tim
hm w.tn theif Vork, that ualeai w
irh may De raum
tlioo who may favor
ell dixie according
to contract, he boa cm par.
A complete Urge Da iry Trough tor sale, eut of Rock,
for the purpoae of preservjng aula cool, Aply to the
ENOCH F TlULUPS
Who wants better Evidence t
I WOULD reWr lite reading public to Ui mimrrous
voluntary leitt ra publiHlieil recently in thia papor
aud in the Good Samaritan, relative to the happy and
beneficial effecta ofthe adminintritinn of
MOFKAT'a LIKE VlLLS and PUEMX BITTERS.
Thw who hdvo-pttrutied the lettera above referred to
will observe that in altuont every cae they attest the
ftct, that no inconvenience of any sort attend" the ta
king of thesa medicinea, ordinary caoea, but that the
patient, without fooling their operation, is universally
lett in a stronger and better state of health than wa
experienced previous to beihe afflicted with disease ;
and in all cases of acute suffering, great relief is ob
tained in a few hours, and a cure ia generally effected
in two or three days. ' -. , : ,
In cases of FEVER of every description, and aU
bilious aflottions, it is unnecessary fur me to say aught,
as I believe the LIFE MEDIClNErf are nnw univer-
I sally admitted n be h most speedy and eflectual cure
extant in ail dieaot Uiatclasa,' s,1
The LIFE MEDICINES are also a most excellent
relief in ail'ectiona of the Liver and Bowels, as has
been proved in hundreds of cauea where patients have
come forward and requested that their experience- in
taking them might be published fur the benefit of others,
lo their operation in such caws, they restore the tono
of the Stomach, strengthen tlw dijjesiive organs, and
invigorate tiie general tunctionsof the whole body, and
thus bt'cotne lo biith sexes (for they are perfectly
adapted W each) an invaluable means of preventing
d isease aud restoring health. ' A '
In affections of the head, whether accompanied with
pain and giddiness, or marked bv the irrievoua calami
ty of impaired mental energy ; in palpitations of the
heart, flatulence, loss of appetite and strcnptli, and the
multiplied symptoms of disordered diceslinn,) THE
salutary efficacy. '. .. .. ' ' " i'1'- ' ; . .
Constitutions relaxed; weak, or decayed, in men or
women, sre under the immediate influence of 1 tic.
hps iit'iui'ivi,u ru i... -..i ...j
Poverty of blood, and-emaciated limb will ere long
meet the happie!. change; the'cliill watery Quid will
become rich and balsamic, and the limbs we covered
with flesh, firm and healthvr ' ' ' "
JNcryous disorders, of ..every kHldBnd.Rnni WhatCTft
cans ea rising, ny colore uie aiiucts nt 1 in. i.u r. 01 1
1JIU.NLS, and all that tram otmkine, anxietiea, and
tremours which so dreadfully affect the weak, the se
dentary, and the delicate, will id a short time be sue
eeeded by cheerfulness? and every presage of health;
ror weakness, deficiency 01 natural atrength, and
relaxation of the vessels, by too freq'icnt indulgence of
ilia passions, this medicine ia a safe, certain, and in
Those who have Ion resided in hot climates, and
are languid and relaxed in their whole system, msy
take THE LIFE MEI)1CI.LS with the. happiest et
feels; snd persons removing to the Southern Mates or
West Indies cannoCstore a more' important article of
health and life. '
The following casee- are 'among the most recent
cure effected, snd gratefully acknowledged bv the
persons beneftted: ' -.- ';
- Case of Jacob C. Hunt; Now Windsor, Orange
County,,!. Y A dreadful tiinrtr destroyed nearly the
wholo of his face, nose and iaw.' Experienced route k
relict from the nse of tbe ll'e Medicines, snd in Ipsa
than three monlli waa entirely cured. jCase reported,
witlra wWd eng" raviiig"ni' a T)cwip'nipli1cT"now Tn
atllictcd w years with swejl ngs in Jii legs was en
tirely cured By takin? Vi pills in a weeks.
Csaef Joan Ihiulton, Aberdeen, Ohio rheumatism
five years is entirely cured haa used the LIFE ME
DICINES for Worms in children ami found them
epvereiirn remedy." ! " "
Case of Lewis Austin periodical sick boailichc al
ways relieved bv a small doee now entirely freelroumi.
Obstinate dyxprwia. and general debility. .-
Case of Adah Adams, Windsor, Ohio rheomat ism
had been, conflued ewa yrw rawed -firsw her
bed by Ukir.g one box or pilla and! brtlT or hitters--'
a mont extraordinary cure she is now a very healthy
and robust woman at tested, by her husbsnd Bbubel
Adsim. ' . '
' Case of Mrs. Badger, wife of Joseph Badger neatly
similar to above. result the same. ,
: Case of Hunan Goodarant,' a young unmarried wo-
I man aubiect to ill health several year s small course
oi in iiiu meuicinoa entirely reaiorau iter w uuw
halo and healthy.
Case of. Miss Tliomaa, daughter of Eli Thomaa
cough and symptoma of consumption cared in f!ur
wooks. Her sister cured of a severe attack of inflam
matory rheumatism ia one tcrtk! ' t-
Case of 8. Colvin cored of I severe attack of scar
let fever in a few days by the Life Medicines.
Case of Harriet Tvmortod. Saline, N. Y.wis in a
very low stste of health a year and a halt did not ex,
pert to recover. .Mis T. is now able to walk about and
is rapidllccoveringtoth health and-atreiigth.
. Case of Benjamin J. Tucker severe esse of Fever
and Amie cured in a very short space of tune. ' lh-
ructions followed strictly. " - " r ? ,'
Case of Amos Dsvw abjection of the liver after
trying doctors' remedies in vain for a long time, was
cured by the Lil's Medicines without trouble."
Extraordinary rae of Lyman Pratt, who wasafflict
ed with-Phtnisnr2tryearf cffected-i perfocrcure Ilk
24 hour by the use of the Life Medicine, :
Thousands of persons afflicted in like manner ( have,
hy a jiidicmna use of MOFFATS LIFE PILIJ3 and
P11ENIX BITTERS, been resuired to the enjoyment
of at1'theOTrrfb!W'of ttftr-The Birtertateplewismt-to
the taste "and smell, jjenrjr srtfihge the fibres of thesto
mach, and giva that proper tensity which good diges
tion require: As nothing rsn be better adapted to
help and nourub Ihe coflstilinrM,'sb'TheiT'af nothing
more gnnnrally acknowledged to be peculiarly effica
cious in all inwaid watting, toss of appetite, indiges
tion, depreesion of spirits, trembling or "baking bf the
handa and limbs, obstinate coughs, slturtness of breath,
! or eon? umu'ivs hlMti
The Life Medicines posseaa wonderful euVw.y in all
nervouadiordors, fits, hoad aches, weak noea, heaviness
and !uwneaf SDirits.dimnemof inrht.confuiied thou if lit.
hfindcring of the mind, vapors and melancholy, and all j
k lists nf fivtu.'t eiaiiiilaints ate msdiislli innnii
I'll Ut I
their use.. In sickness of the stomach, flatulencies, or
obstructions, they are safe and powerful, and ssa puri
fier et Ihe blood, they have not their equal in the world I
For additional narticutarsof the above medicines, see
Moffat' "Good fMtnariUo.l a copy of which sccom
psnie the medicine ; a copy pan always beobisined of
the different Agents who have the medicine for sale.
, French, German, and Spanish directions csn be ob
taincd oo application at tbe office, 375 Broad, ay. '
All post paid letters will receive immediate attention
Prepared and sold by WILLIAM B. "MOFFAT, 875
Broadway, New York. A liberal deduction mad to
those wlio porchsse to eell again. ;
Ajertts The Life Medicines may aim be had of any
of I e principal Dnnrjrista in every town tlironelimittb
t nited Ntiiles and the Canada.' Aik for Motlal's Life
IM and Phenix Ijit'.ers; andbesurelhatsfscsimilie
nf John MofTitt's signstnre is apoa the label of each bot
tle of Bitters or box of Pill. '
TX s mK0 HTrJisiitrt mnu lit kaA nf Crmi A'
(m n. ...... .... Jt. . .1 ' -f
n m . . . .... i. . .i ! n
Mger,J (MM'mrn, Agrniliori i rvfrriniir.'
u - ' - - . - SilsJiufj.Jau.sV.lStO
THE LNDITESDENT TRE.VKCRY BILL.
;A BILL to provide fi the Collcrtion,, Safo-keeping,
Transfer, and Dinburneuienl of the Public Revenue,
, Be it enacted by the Senate and Hovte of Rep
resentative $ of the United Statet of America in
Congrrts a tumbled, That, there ahnll be prepared
and provided, within the. new Treasury building
nnw erecting at the Beat of Government, amiable
and convenient rooms for the use of the Treasurer
of the Uniled States, his assistant and clerks ( and
sufucient and secure fireproof vault and safes, for
the keeping of the public moneys in the posse union ,
and unoer the immediate control of the said Trea
surer ; which said rooms, vaults, and safes, are
hereby constituted and declared to be, the Trea-'
1 sury of the United States. And the said Treasu
rer of the Vu',"l State shall keep all the public
' moneys which shall come to hia hands in the Trea
sury of the Uniled Statea, a hereby constituted, I
--until ho same are- drawn therefrom according to
, Sue. 2. And be it further enacted, That thei
Mint of the United State, in the city of Philadol
phia, in the Siale of Pennsylvania, and the Brunch
Mint, in tbe City of New Orleans, irt Ihe Stale "of
Louisiana, and the vault and safe thereof, respec
tively, ahull he place of deposite and safe keeping
of tiie public moneys at those point respectively;
find Uie Treasurer of the said Mint and Branch
Mint respectively, for the time being, 'shall have
" the custody and care of all public moneys depoii
ted within the same, and shall perform all the dti
r eoce to the receipt, safo keeping, transfer and dis
bursements) ol ail aucn moneys, according to tne
rovisinns hereinafter contained.
shall be prepared ana prnviuea, wnnin trie cusioin
housoa now erecting in the city of New York, in the
State of JNew York, and in the citv of Boston, in
the State of Massachuantta, suitable and convenient
nma ft trwTii of tlvritverageneral tf pub
lie moneys, hereinafter directed to be appofnted,
at those places, respectively) and sufficient and
secure fireproof vault and safes for the keeping of
"""llie "puTilic money r" callcclcd" and "6epriaited with'
them, respectively ; ana receivers general oi pun
lie money, from lime to tinie, appointed at those
.poiiitsshnll live i the custody and care of the said
rooms, vaulis, Vn3 aFesVresjwitTveTyVaM
: the oublic monevs deposited within the same ; and
"shall perfbrnf all the duties required; tor be per
formed by them, in reference (o the receipl, safe
kiteninir. transfer, and disbursement of all eueh
moneva, accordingto the proviions,of this act.
Sec- 4. And be it further tnacted,' That fhere
shall be erected, ore pa red, and provided, a! I he ox
penso of the United States, at the city of Charlea
. ton, in the Stale of South Carolina, and at the city
of St. Louis, in,the Stste of Missouri offices, with
suitable and convenient rooms for the qse of the
reeled to lie appointed at the places above gamed ;
for the keeping of the publjQ money collected and
"deposited at those point respectively and the said
; receivera-iteneral, from time to time appointed at
nnq HUti:iiit sovuiv iiruvi i.wii. n, ...
those' places, shall have the custody and care of
the said offices, vault, and safes, so 10 be erected,
prepared, and provided, and of all ihe public
mnneye deposited within the same ; and shnil per-.
them, in reference to ihe recept, safe keeping,
Ytransfer, and disbursement of all atich moneys, ac
i . .cording to-the proyiQjia..bere
toBj5tlM-. ' wr'fr cted,."lt Ihe
President shall nominate, asd,y and witntna aa
, vice and consent of Ihe Senate, appoint four offi
cers', to be denominated " receirera-general of pub.
lie monee," which said officer shall hold their re
spective offices (Vir 'he term or four years, unless
sooner removed therefrom J one of which shall bo
- located ai -tho.cily oIlNewlYorkv in. thfl tauUjOl'
New York ; one.othcr of which shall be located
at the city of Boston, in the Slate of Massachu
setts ; one other of which shall he located at the
city of CharlcHion.'in the Stale of South Carolina ;
and the remaining ono of which shall be located at
Ihe city of St. Louis, in the. Slate of Missouri f and
'all of which said officers shall give bonds to the
Uniled States, with ecuritiea, according to the
provisions hereinafter contained, for the faithful
discharge of the rhilie of their respective otlices.
, Sko. 6. Ad be it further emitted, Thst the
Treasurer of Ihe United States, the Treasurer of
Ihe Mint of Ihe United States, the Treasurers aner
those acting as such, of the varioua Branch Mints,
all ollector of the customs, all aorieyori I of the
customs aclinir also a collectors, all receivers-ge-
I hcral nf nublic moiievaalLrcceiyeja-of-puhlic-nio-
neysat the several land luces, ana an posinias-j
. a - 2. k.Mi,i.r,u. n..lirnl..lu np,vifiwl. F
lers, except mm huidhwi,.., '""""T. ..r
he, and thev are hereby, required" to keep aalely.
without loaning nr using, all Ihe public money col
, nuiim,. n -r . ' .
4ec 4y. tkeo pvii
heir nos9sion and euetodyi-ttll theamet order
ed by the proper Department or officer of the Go
vernment to be transferred or paid out J and wherrr
tucb orders lor transier or psymeni r nsrviTmi,
faithfuUw and prompily to make the same as direct
ed, and "to do and perform all other duliea as fi-ieal
agent of tbe Government, which may be itnjmeed
by this or anTQ'her welw C.mgre-, or hy-auy
regtilation of the Treasury Department, -made in
eonlnrmiiv to law : and also to do and perlorm all
mrim mnA duties rcouired by iaw, or hy direction of
r F.xecntive Departmrnta of the Govern.
. -, -., . -V. ., . ..
nnv other disbursements which either of the Head
of those Department may be required by law lo
make, and -which are nf a character to ue mane
by the depositaries hereby constituted, consiilenlly
wiih the oihf r omctsi ootte imtiosea upon incm
Skc. T.. And be it furihir enacted, That flie
Treasurer of Ihe United Slates, the Treasurer of
the Mint -of the U. States,, the 1 rea surer of tiie
Branch Mint at New Orleans, and the receivers
cene.ral of tbe puhlie money hereiiihefnre directed
lo be appointed, shall, respectfully, give bonds to
the United Stales in such 'form, and for such
amounts, a shall be directed by the Secretary of
the Treasury, hy and wr h the advice and consent
of the President, with sureties to lha Mti.ducUun.nf
I Ihe Solicitor of the Trea Miry ; and shall, from time
to time, renew, strengthen, and increase ihmr tilTi
cial bonds,! the Secretary ol the fasury, wiih
lh conen! ol the President, may direct ; any law
in reference to any of Ihe oITicmI Uirwls of any of
ihe 3id oflicer o I he contrary niiitwithalanoiiij
Sue. 8. A11! be it further tnavttd, Tiiat it sIihII
bo the duty of the Secretary of the 'Treasury, at
as early a7 do y a possitilo niter the pnssngori f this
act, lo requir from the several depositune hereby
constituted, and whose official bonds are not here-
inbefore provided for, to execute, bonds new and
suitable in their terms to meet the new and i'nereus.
ed duties imposed pon them rospectively by this
art; and with aunties, and in sums tiuch as shall
seem reasonable andsafn lo the Solicitor of the,
Treasury, and from tiiho to lime, to require such
bonds"to be renewed and incroused in amount and
strenglbened by new sureties, to meet any increns
ing resprinsibility which nmy grow out of accuinu
bilious of money in the handof the depositary, or
out of any other duty or responsibility arising un
der this or any other law of Congress. 'w f
, Skc 9. "And be it (urthrf enaitcd. That all col
lectors and receivers of public. money,' of every
Hia racier and description,' within the District of
Columbia, Bhalf; at frequpntfjrbi llrt:y1iiy' '"be "tri-"
reeled hy the ecrntary ol. the Irensury, or the'
Poslmaptcr General, to do, pay- over to the
Treasurer of the U Stales at the Treasury there
of, ad public moneys collected by them, or in I heir
hnmla; tltftl H -such oltctor and j-ecctvera ok
public moneys within the cities ol Philadolphia and
New OrlcaiM, shall, Upon the an me direction, pay
ovor to the Treasurers of Iho Minis in theirfcsjiec
live cities, at the said Mints, all' public moneys
collecied by them, or in llieir liauds; and" that all
aucn collector and receivers of public nioorv with-
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in tliecitic ol Iew inrk, liostoo, Charleston and
St, Louis, Blmlimfui Iht wiijArelilloViTpay ov?r
to the receivers-general of public money in their
respective cities, at. (Iieirnnicea respectively, all ,
hands, to be safely kepi hy I he. said u'Hicctivo de.
poaitarics, until otherwise disposed of according to "
law; and it aholl bo the duty , of the said Secroinry.
And Postmaater.Gencrai to jlirx-ct-sucb, paymeuts
by the said collectors and receivers, at alt the said
jdawfartertaf s and
as much more frequently, in all .cases, aa they, in
their discretion, inay think "proper. vv ;'-r - .
Six, 10. 4iwf be it fuiiher enarfed, ,' Thai it
"analfte lawful foflWeiieiary'of iho'Treoiury"?
to translcr the moneys in tbe hands of any depos.
itary hereby constituted to the Treasury of the.
Uoitej 8tateef to -the Mint at PhilBdeipbia'f to Ihe :
Branch Mint at New Orleans ; or to the otlices of .
titherof the receivera-generel of public moneys, v
by this act directed to he apjioiotedi to be thcrtf'T"
safely kept, according to the provision of Jhis act,
und also to- 'transfer , moneys in the hand of any
one depositary constituted by thia act to any oth
er depositary constituted by the sanm, at his dis- -creliou,"
and ns the safety of the public moneys,
and the convenience, of the public service shall -seem
to him to require; which authority to trnns
for the taioney beinnging Ho Iho. Post'Ofuce Do.
partrnent is nlo hereby conferred upon Iho Post ..
4 masterrenerav. ao tar arrtta exercitf J' hlinliiay'
be coiisisfeiit with Ihe provifrions of existinir laws; '. '
arm nny ucnr?iiAij luholiiurju uy una Bti feiimi
keep his account of the money paid to or rlepomtod .
with bim, belonging to the Post office department
efiarate and distinct from the account kepi by him
nf other public money so paid or deposited. And
for the purpose of payments on (he public account,
it shall be lawful lor the Treasurer of ihe United
Stales to drave-nporr any of thtratfid deiKisilarieS
s-he rrtay Ihmk Ahanrt eiidtoie 4e4h smbhe-
interests, or the convenience of the public credit
ors, or Ijcth.
moneys. itt the hands, care, and custody, of any of
he depositaries 'constituted byrthi Vcrrshitlrtff
considered and held as deposited to tho credit of .
theTreasuror of the United States, and shall
be, at all times suhject to his druftj whether' mndo"
for transfer or disbunamenl, in l(0 sanie. manner as
though the said moneys were actually in the Trea. -
sury of- lhe--lV-Sttes--imI-ench drpnsitnTy-shafl
make returns lo" the .Treasury and . Post-OtT.ee
lepartments of all money received and paid by
him, at such lime, and in such form, a shall lie
directed by the Secretary of the Treasury, or the
Postmaster-General. . - . .
" Sec, 12. And In it further enacted, That ti.a "
Secretary of he Treasury shall be, and he is here.
by, authorized to cause exnminaiiim to lo made,
of tbe books, accounts, and money on hand, of Ihe
several depositaries constituted by ihisaclj. andjgr
that purpise to appoint special agents, a occasion
may require, with such compensation as he may
think reasonable, lo he fixed and declared at the
time of each nppointment. The agent selected to
make thene examinations shall be instructed to ex
amine is sell the, books, accounts, and returns of.
the officer, aa the, money on hand, and Ihe manner V
of its being kept, to the end (hat uniformity and
accuracy jn.the accounts, well as safety, lo lh
puhliq moneys, may be secured thereby. Jr
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Skc. 13. And bt tt further enacted. That in
Inst preceding nection; and as a further guard over
Ihe puhud moneys, it shall be the duty of each na
val officer and aurteyor, a a check epoir the-je-
cqiver general of phblic moneys, or collector of the
custmnj, of their respective districts ; of each reg.
istor of a land office, as a check upon, the receiver
of his land ollice ; and ol the director and stipor-
mtenrtent of each .Mint anrl Krnnrh Mint mtuui an.
prateffices, aa a check upon the TreaftirrrS, ro- "
spoetivfly, of the said Mints, or the persons acting
as such, at the .close of etch quarter of ihe year.
and as much more frequently they shall be di.
recico wy llio oecreiarj ill i.ue Aimiiiiry 10 uo so,
to examine the books, accounts, returns, and money
on hand, of the receivers general of public money,,
collPCiors," receivers of land'oITiceii, ireasurers, and
persons acting a such, and to make a full,accu
rata, and faithful return to Iho Treasury Depart -ment
of I hrlr condition. T. .
Six. 14 And bt it further enacted. That the
said officers respectively whoe duly1 it it made by
this act to receive, keep and dishuriw the public
moneys, as the fiscal sgsnt tjf the Government,
msy be allowed any neressfiry adHrtnmil expenses
foe. clerks, fireproof chests, or i snlis, or other ne-
cessary expenses of safe keeping1, transferring and
diaimrsing saia moneys; in S'irhcxpenw nf every
character (o be first rxpre-atv aiiliionzod by lh
Secretary of lha Treasury, hoso directions upon
all Ihe above subjects, by way of regulalion and
otherwise, so far as authorised hy law, are to fie
Mriclly followed by all the ad officers! t'rotided,
i nat me wnoie numner oi cierhs to ue appointed
by virtue of this seciioa ol Hue act, shall rK ci
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