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Array 40th Congress, )    HOUSE OF REPEESENTATIVES.    ( Ex. Doc.
3d Session.     } \  No. 86.
NORTHWEST BOUNDARY COMMISSION.
MESSAGE
FROM THE
PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES,
CONCERNING THE
Northwest boundary commission.
February 13, 1869.—Laid on the table and ordered to be printed.
To the House of Representatives:
In answer to a resolution of the House of Eepresentatives of the 13th
ultimo, requesting information as to expenditures by the northwestern
boundary commission, I transmit a report from the Secretary of State
on the subject, and the papers which accompanied it.
ANDREW JOHNSON.
Washington, February 9,1869.
Department of State,
Washington, February 9, 1869.
The Secretary of State, to whom was referred the resolution of the
House of Eepresentatives of the 13th ultimo, requesting information
concerning the expenditures of the northwestern boundary commission,
has the honor to lay before the President a report of the 28th ultimo,
from C. M. Walker, esq., the Fifth Auditor, and one of the 3d instant,
from Archibald Campbell, esq., the commissioner of the United States,
which contain the information called for by the resolution.
Eespectfully submitted.
WILLIAM H. SEWARD.
The President.
Mr. Walker to Mr. Seward.
Treasury Department, Fifth Auditor's Office,
January 28, 1869.
Sir : In compliance with your request of the 16th instant, I herewith
transmit a statement of the expenditures on account of the United
States northwestern boundary commission to the 31st December, 1868,
as they appear from the records of this office.
I am, sir, your obedient servant,
C. M. WALKEE, Auditor.
Hon. William H. Seward,
Secretary of State. northwest boundary commission
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, from February
14, 1857, to December 31, 1868, including salaries of employ is and contingent expenses, as
appears by accounts adjusted in the office of the Fifth Auditor of the Treasury.
Names.
Occupation.
Archibald Campbell.
Do
John G
Parke* ...
Do	
Clinton Gardner
Do
Wm. J.
John J. Major
Commissioner northwest boundary survey.
 do	
Chief astronomer and
surveyor.
...do	
Assistant astronomer
and surveyor.
...do	
Warren I Secretary northwest
boundary survey.
Clerk to astronomer,
northwest bound'y
survey.
Surgeon and naturalist
Assistant	
Period of service.
From-
To—
7857.
Feb.   14
.do...
.do...
1857.
Dec.   31
...do	
April   5
May     7
April   9
Mar.     6
and
C B. R. Kennerly
Joseph S. Harris..
Henry Custer i Topographer .
Francis Herbst  do	
J. Nevine King    Quartermaster
commissary.
George Gibbs    Geologist  and inter
preter.
JR. V. Peabody    Guide	
Fanniug Barnard ...   Instrument carrier .
Charles F. Cone do	
John W. Williams..   Carpenter	
George Bentley    Laborer	
Charles S. McCarthy do	
John B. P. Sothoron  Messenger	
J. V. Wurdeman    Instrument tender...
Jobn K. Liddell    Carpenter	
Do   do	
P. B. Boyd     Chainman	
Michael Kelleher    Axeman	
Murty Kelleher    Cook	
Patrick Gibbons do	
Dennis Donovan I Laborer	
Mar.
Mar.
April
....do
May
22
27
16
21
June  22
.do.
.do.
Thomas O. Brion...
William Cotter	
John Duncan I do	
Peter McManus  do	
John Brien    Chainman	
E. Nicholson    Copying and prepar
ing catalogue.
Morris Gillard    Cook	
John Harris    Laborer	
Daniel Sheets I do	
Edward Goercky
Robert Hitt	
William Jasper ..
Patrick Duffy ...
.do.
.do
Laborer and boatman.
....do	
Aug.
April
Mar.
Jane
April
April
...do.
1
16
13
17
18
16
 do...
....do...
....do...
 do...
....do...
....do...
 do...
....do...
 do...
....do...
...do	
....do...
....do...
Nov.   30
Dec.   31
Nov.
Nov.
Dec.
....do.
....do.
17
22
31
...do....
June 17
Oct. 1
June 17
...do...
 do....
Sept. 30
Dec.   31
 do	
I....do....
.do....
.do....
.do....
.do....
.do....
.do....
.do....
.do....
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
308 hour
.   Nov.   30 !
.   Dec.   31
. do j
. ....do....
s|in April ..
Aug.
Aug.
...do
Aug.
Sent.
Sept.
Nov.
o
10
Nov.  23
Dec.   31
...j do	
19    Nov.     6
5 I Dec.   31
26
28
..do....
..do....
10
10
10
10
8
7
Q
15
15
15
15
26
24
99
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
Rate of pay.
Amount.
Per an'm. J$3,000 CO | $2,633 33
9
26
9
10
9
5
8
15
8
15
7
11
Per day t
 do...
Per an'm
 do	
Per day t
Per an'm
 do	
Per mo .
....do...
 do...
....do..
....do...
....do..
..do...
-do...
..do...
6 I do...
13 ....do...
15 |....do...
...do...
 do	
...do...
...|....do...
14    do...
14 |....do...
....do...
....do...
 do...
....do...
....do...
 do...
 do...
 do...
Per hour
15
5
15
15
14
20
22
22
19
26
5
3
Per mo
 do..
....do..
....do..
 do..
 do..
 do,.
8 00 I
8 00
3,000 00 !
1, 800 00
4 00
2,000 00
1,200 00
150 00 i
150 00
125 00
125 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
30 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
45 00
45 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
50
40 45
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
2,568 00
2,568 00
2,633 33
1,330 22
956 00
1,456 04
986 66
1,398 39
1,374 19
1, 062 50
1,062 50
1,103 22
945 00
600 00
425 00
408 95
259 99
337 33
340 00
340 00
255 00
138 66
150 00
323 33
291 00
291 00
291 00
258 66
258 66
218 66
258
66
258 66
323 33
154 00
154 34
188 39
188 39
104 77
154 66
126 66
44 00
arm|y officer
29,220 48
1,300 22
* Deduct amountIpaid John G. Parke, chielf astronomjer, &c, asiU.S
Amount paid above officer and employes of the N.W. B.|S. during t|he y|ear |endingDec 31,1857 | 27,920 26
Wm. B. McMurtrie .
1 James M. Alden	
Frank West	
Sidney Billings	
Do	
JohnM. Middleton..
Charles Clark	
Peter Simson	
James Watson	
John Transen	
Robert Smith	
Louis Wilson	
John Franklin	
John Frudenburg...
Captain's cl erk	
Purser's steward ..
Master's mate	
Assistant engineer.
Fireman	
Assistant engineer.
Surgeon's steward.
Boatswain's mate .
....do	
Carpenter's mate..
Quartermaster	
...do	
.do.
.do.
June   11 I Sept. 30
 do do	
 do I do	
July     1 I do	
June  11    June  30
 do I do	
3
3
3
3
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
Sept,  30
 do....
....do....
— do	
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
. do	
. ....do....
. ....do....
. do.. 4,
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
20 | Per day..
20 1..
..do."...
20 .
..do....
do	
HO   ..
...do	
20 ..
..do....
20 ..
..do	
20 ..
. do	
20 ..
..do....
20 ..
..do	
20 ..
..do....
20 .
..do....
20 ..
..do....
20 |..
..do....
38
33i
50
50
16*
16|
20
16*
50
33*
53*
53*
53*
53i|
151 80
256 66
275 00
225 00
23 33
20 16
132 00
128 33
55 00
146 66
58 66
58 66
58 66
58 66
t Commutation. NOKTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION. 6
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued
Names.
Wm. H. Orr	
William Ford	
John Peasley	
James Clemens	
George White	
John W. Monks ...
Louis Nelson	
William Sherman..
William Snyder ...
Christopher Lawn .
Charless Hotts	
William Sherman..
J. M. Middleton,2d.
William Scott	
William Taylor	
William Otto	
Ernest Jotmson	
John Anderson	
William Jasper	
John Wilson	
John Arbarg	
Charles Grafe	
Louis Nelson	
Albino Rossendes'..
William Brown	
Joseph L. Mclntire.
William Bruhns	
Harmon Stevenson.
Henry Danecker	
Joshua Cephas	
Alexander Cochran
Francis Ducasse	
Henry Watson	
Francis Godfrey ...
Henry Post	
Antonio Enmiger ..
Wm. H. Long	
Disbursed to em
Archibald Campbell
Do	
John G. Parke	
Do	
G. Clinton Gardner
Do	
Wm. J. Warren
John J. Major ..
Henry Custer..
Francis Herbst.
J. Nevin King.
Joseph S. Harris..
C. R. P. Kennedy
George Gibbs	
R. V. Peabody....
S. A. Irwin	
E. C. Bache	
George Bently	
John Duncan	
John K. Liddell..
John Harris.  	
Murty Keleher...
Robert Hill	
Fanning Barnard
Occupation.
Officer's steward.
Ship's cook	
Fireman	
...do	
....do	
 do	
Master-at-arms	
Fireman	
Fireman and blacksmith.
Coal-heaver	
....do	
...do...
...do...
...do...
....do ..
Seaman
...do...
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
Period of service.
From—
To—
1857.
June  11
...do....
...do....
...do....
June 19
June 18
July     1
 do	
June  11
.do.
.do.
.do.
June 12
June 13
...do....
June  11
...do....
...do....
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
1857.
Sept.
...do.
...do.
...do.
30
...do.
... do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
....do.
June
Sept.
...do
...do
30
30
 do.
....do.
...do
Sept.
Sept.
....do
...do
June
Sept.
...do.
...do
25
30
30
30
.do.
.do.
.do.
 do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
Aug.
Sept.
...do.
...do.
26
30
ploy6s of steamer Acti ve, from J une 11 to S
Commissioner	
Commutation of personal expenses.
Chief astronomer and
surveyor.
Commutation of personal expenses.
Assistant astronomer
and surveyor.
Commutation of personal expenses.
Secretary	
Clerk to chief astronomer and surveyor.
Topographer	
...do	
Quartermaster     and
commissary.
Assistant	
Surgeon and naturalist
Geologist and interp 'r.
Guide	
Copyist	
...do	
Laborer
...do...
Carpenter ,
Laborer	
Cook	
Laborer	
Instrument carrier
1858.
Jan.      1
....do...
.do.
.do.
.do...
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
...do...
.do.
...do....
....do....
Feb. 23
Mar. 5
...do....
Jan.     1
...do....
...do....
.do....
.do....
.do....
1859.
Mar.   31
...do...
...do...
.do.
..do...
.do.
.do	
, .do	
...do....
...do....
1858.
Dec.   31
1859.
Mar.   31
...do....
...do...
...do...
1858.
Feb. 14
Feb. 15
Feb. 26
...do....
Mar. 31
...do....
a
o
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
19
18
18
20
20
20
14
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
16
20
20
20
Rate of pay.
Amount.
Per day.
...do...
...do...
...do ..
...do...
...do...
...do...
 do...
 do...
 do...
 do...
 do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
 do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
 do	
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
ept. 30,1 857
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
12
15
15
15
13
455
455
455
14
15
26
26
Per an'm.
Per day.
Per an'm.
Per day.
Per an'm.
Per day.
Per an'm.
....do....
Per mo..
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do	
....do....
....do....
Per mo.
....do...
 do...
....do...
....do...
...do...
 do...
58*
36|
16|
16f
m
16|
33*
16
33i
90
90
90
90
90
90
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
56-
40
40
90
40
40
40
15
15
15
40
40
40
40
31*
3, 000 00
8 00
3, 000 00
8 00
1,800 00
4 00
2, 000 00
1, 200 90
125 00
125 00
150 90
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
50 00
$174 16
174 16
128 33
128 33
127 16
126 00
30 00
105 00
146 66
99 00
99 00
18 00
98 10
97 20
97 20
42 00
42 00
42 00
40 00
42 00
42 00
42 00 >
11 33
42 00'
42 00
99 00'
42 00'
42 00"
42 00-
16 50'
16 50
16 50
42 00'
30 40
42 00
42 00'
34 51
4,164 79'',
3, 750 00 •
3,640 0O>
3, 750 00*
3, 640 00"
2, 250 00
1, 820 00
2,500 00
1, 500 00
1, 875 00 •
1, 875 00"
1,800 00
2,250 00
2, 250 00
2,250 00
1, 993 55 ■
22 00>
11 0O
60 00
61 43
96 43
77 14
135 00
120 00
464 51 4 NOETHWEST  BOUNDAEY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued.
Names.
Occupation.
Period of service.
From—
To-
>»
1858.
Jan.
Jan.
.do..
do.,
Jan.
Mar.
Apr.
May
Apr.
Oct.
R. B. Boyd    Chainman	
Michael Keleher ....   Cook	
Peter McManus  do	
Denis Donovan    Laborer	
Patrick Duffy  do	
J. B. F. Sothoron    Messenger	
Do    Recorder	
Wm. Jasper    Boatman	
Daniel B. Sheets    Laborer	
J. V. Wurdemann ..   Instrument tender—
John Brien    Cbainman	
Thos. O. Brien    Laborer	
Timothy Day  do	
Do    In charge of animals.
Do  do	
William Bruhns    Laborer,     no    pay
charged.
Joseph Little    Cook	
Do    Laborer	
John Somers  do	
Do    Cook	
P. Murphy    Laborer I	
Samuel Green  do	
JohnM. Smith  do     	
Charles J. Walsh...... do	
Michael Delahunter.   Cook    July
N. Stievensen    Boatman	
Louis Brizien  do    Sept
John Sheridan  do	
Do    Cook    Mar.
Martin Wallace    Boatman, no pay 	
Richard Davis    Mason |	
Robert Hamill    Carpenter	
W. H. Orr    Steward	
Timothy Day    Laborer, at $50p. mo.,
and packmaster, at
|60 p. mo.
John Somers I Cook	
Geo. L. Brown    Laborer	
Michael Kavanagh.. do	
T. F. Dawson  do	
Simon C. Groat    Packer	
James Gwinn    Laborer	
1858.
June 30
Mar.   31
Apr.     8
....do....
SJ7
July
June
18
30
6
15
15
15
15
12
3
3
3
12
12
6
3
9
18
5
18
28
26
1
May   27
June  30
....do....
Dec.   31
17
Sept.
Sept.
Mar.
30
31
1
1
2
4
11
10
4
10
1
6
5
1
10
3
5
10
12
7
14
1
22
29
29
Rate of pay,
Amount.
Per mo.
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
.do...
.do...
|50 00
§300 00
45 00
675 00
45 00
675 00
40 00
600 00
40 GO
600 00
40 00
480 00
45 00
135 00
40 00
130 66
40 00
130 66
30 00
360 00
50 00
600 00
40 00
263 22
40 00
126 45
60 00
120 00
50 00
100 00
July
do.
Sept.  30
.do...
1
12,
12
Per mo.
 do...
....do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
....do...
....do...
...do...
...do...
....do...
....do...
Per mo.
45 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
Per day.
...do...
Per mo.
6 00
1 00
60 00
Per mo..
45 00
Barnard C
Do...
Hani
an.
J. M. Smith	
Benjamin Barber .
Michael Hough	
John Robinson	
Richard Warren..
Do	
Thomas Leonard..
Lawrence Dunne.
William Fleming..
.do.
Cook 16 davs, at$l 50;
laborer 20 days, at
$1 33*.
Laborer	
...do	
Boatman	
....do	
Laborer	
....do H	
....do	
Carpenter	
Cook	
6
6
8
5
18
14
23
5
14
14
Per mo.
...do...
...do...
...do...
....do...
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
Do    Axeman.
William Munks	
Joseph Maurice	
James Brannen	
William Gwinn	
Michael Stackpool..
.Charles S. Smith	
John Heden	
G. H. Sergent 	
John Halsted	
John Dooley	
Henry Antry	
Michael Ehreismann.
John Moloney	
Chas. F. Henry	
F. G.Day	
A. J. Culbertson	
S. Ranney	
Barney Pender	
W. Dickirson	
Laborer .
Axeman.
 do....
 do....
 do....
 do....
Laborer.
 do....
....do....
 do....
....do....
....do....
Axeman..
 do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
.-.do....
2
2
2
2
1
1
6
5
15
8
38
31
17
9
9
6
44
41
12
14
8
1
15
28
21
10
9*
33
33
32
30
Per mo.
....do...
....do...
  do...
....do...
Per day.
Per mo.
Perday.
Per mo.
Per day.
Per mo.
Per day.
 do...
....do...
| do...
...do...
Per mo.
 do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
Per day.
....do...
 do...
 do...
....do...
 do...
•
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
i m\
40 00
1 00
45 00 i
1 33*
40 00
33*
33*
33*
33*
33*
30 00 i
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
1 33*
1 33*
33*
33*
33*
33*1
59 51
44 00
86 66
196 07
456 00
408 81
161 29
401
78
278
29
00
66
233 33
45 00
6 00
12 00
504 00
160 00
66
14
01
135 00
263 48
336
270
24'
408 66
218 66
50 66
240 00
288 00
86 66
140 83
50 32
50 67
170 32
3 00
45
41
00
33
61 94
12 00
12
8
58
00
00
66
54 66
71 61
98 06
90 32
81 33
59 35
76 13
27 10
13 33
12 66
44 00
44 00
42 66
40 00 NOETHWEST   BOUNDAEY   COMMISSION. |
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
Occupation.
Period of service.
1
Rate of pay.
t   Names*
From—
To—
a
o
3
00
03
0
30
30
26
26
22
23
20
20
11
10
22
Q
5
5
7
7
7
7
Amount.
Isaac Jones.........
Axeman	
1858.
1858.
Perday. .
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do	
....do....
....do....
....do	
 do	
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do	
 do	
 do	
....do....
$1 33*
i m
1 33*
1 33*
1 33J
1 33*
133*
i m
1 33*
1 33*
1 33*
1 33£
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
$40 00
40 00
 do	
Henrv Newell
 do	
34 66
 do	
34 66
John Nike..
 do	
29 33
Peter Cogley ...
 do	
30 66
W. F. Seaton	
 do	
26 66
John Gibson..
 do	
26 66
Thomas C. Buck ...
 do	
1859.
Feb.     9
Feb.   10
Jan.    29
Feb.   11
Feb.   26
....do....
....do	
Mar.    5
 do	
1859.
Feb.    19
....do....
 do	
....do....
Mar.     2
 do..
—
14 66
R. L. Massy	
....do	
 do	
13 33
29 33
W^m. Cochran	
....do	
Boatman	
12 00
5 00
Lawrence Barron...
....do	
....do	
 do	
 do	
5 00
Abraham Skinner    .
Charles Howard....
Mar.     4
Mar.    11
 do	
—
7 00
7 00
7 00
Samuel V. Hurdle .
....do	
Copvist........
 do	
..do	
7 00
1858.
Apr.   24
May      1
13 00
Seeger.
Butchering beef..
50
Joe, Indian...
Carrying sand .	
1
Perday..
1 00
1 00
Jim, Indian
Taking and returning
two public animals.
Boatman 	
2 00
Charles Nichols
May    15
 do	
75
Alex. Frainer.......
 do	
75
Felix Carleton	
 do	
..do..
75
Israel Conrad	
 do	
..do..
75
James E. Davis..	
 do	
..do
	
75
H. A. Hill	
Takingpublic animals.
Herding do	
July   29
Aug.    5
—
8
26
Per mo..
Per day..
40 00
1 00
10 32
0. Cushman	
26 00
J. L. Tillman	
Shoeing 4 mules, at $5.
Sept.    7
 do...
20 00
Do	
1  U.  S.   brand,   for
branding animals.
Shoeing 7 pub. animals
...-. do... 1 do..
Each	
5 00
20 00
Do	
Sept.    9
..do..
35 00
Do	
2 50
T. Townsend&Stott
Grinding 5 axes .
Aug.   12
Aug.   16
Aug.   17
Aug.   19
 do	
Each	
 do	
25
25
1 25
1 25
Co.
Do	
 do 2..do	
50
Do	
2 axe-handles	
Grinding 1 axe	
	
 do	
3 00
Do	
25
Do	
 do 4.. do	
	
1 00
Do	
 do 2..do .
Aug.  23
. do..
50
Do...
Hire of cross-cut saw.
Grinding 4 axes ...
5 00
Do	
Aug.  29
Aug.   30
Aug.  31
Sept. 10
Sept, 16
July   17
Aug.   18
 do	
1 00
Do	
....do....2..do 	
50
Do	
..do 2..do .
50
Do	
....do....4..do ...
1 00
Do	
. do 3..do	
75
Indians. .,	
Packing beef ........
3 00
Henry Benson	
S. Seeger	
Butchering beef	
	
50
50
F. Hudson	
Computing observa'ns
....do. ....do	
Jan.     2
Feb.   22
Mar.   12
Feb.   20
Mar.   11
Apr.   30
—
43
16
43
Perday..
....do....
 do....
Each	
Per day..
 do	
 do	
....do....
....do....
 do	
....do....
....do....
 do	
 do....
 do	
 do	
 do	
 do....
 do	
 do	
3 00
3 00
3 50
2 50
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
129 00
Do	
48 00
Do	
Computing time and
longitude.
Computing 15 predictions, &c.
Chainman 	
Axeman.... . .
150 50
John Downs	
37 50
Charles Nichols	
Thomas Kearney	
Michael Regan	
Nov.   13
Oct.    30
Oct.    26
Oct.    23
Oct.    25
Oct.    22
Nov.  22
Aug.  24
Aug.   25
Aug.   30
Oct.    23
Oct.    19
Oct.    17
Oct,    22
Oct.    19
Nov.   16
Nov.     6
 do	
—
4
8
12
*
o
1
25
15
14
15
8i
6*
2
4
10i
4 00
8 00
 do	
12 00
Daniel Pape	
 do	
Oct.   23
Oct.    26
Oct.    22
Dec.   16
Sept.    7
..do	
—
50
Jacob Donnenwirth.
....do	
2 00
Owen Fitzpatrick...
 do	
1 00
Te-o-sa-luk, (Saamo-
na Indian.)
Hermann Lange	
M.Bohlen	
Taking    charge     of
boats, &c.
Building boat	
 do
25 00
15 00
14 00
Frederick Fisher	
 do	
 do	
15 00
Axeman..
Aug.  29
Aug.  20
 do	
Nov.     1
Oct,    21
—
8 50
6 50
James E. Davis	
 do	
2 00
James Grant	
 do...
4 00
Felix Carlton	
Chainman	
10 50
Justin McCarthy
.-..do	
2 50 6 NORTHWEST   BOUNDAEY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued.
Names.
Mich. Brown	
John Coulin	
Robert Skolfield.
Paul Welch	
Hermann Lange.
Me in a rd Bohlen .
Frederick Fisher.
Jacob Gebburd..
Ferdinand Smith
Charles Wolfers .
F. Hudson	
One Indian	
Three Indians.
Two Indians ..
One Indian....
One Indian	
Occupation.
Axeman	
...do	
...do	
For services building
log-house.
....do	
....do	
Period of service.
From—
1858
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
9
26
22
6
To-
24
23
1
3
One Indian and canoe|
One Indian 1 day and
canoe * day.
One Indian 1* day
and canoe 1* day.
One Indian	
One Indian 1 day and
canoe 1 day.
Archibald Campbell.
Do	
John G. Parke |
Depot for winter qr's
 do I Nov.
 do ,  do...
1859.
Computing longitude.   Jan.     3
Getting hay	
 do .'	
Hauling lumber	
Cutting hay	
 do	
....do I Feb.   10
Ferrying across river.
1858.
Oct.    10
Oct.    27
Nov.   22
Nov.    6
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
1859.
Feb. 21
Jan. 25
Jan. 27
...do...
Ian. 28
Feb. 1
Feb. 11
Feb.   23
o
Feb.   25 | Feb.   26
1859.
April    1
Do
Commissioner	
Commutat'n personal
expenses.
Chief astronomer and
surveyor.
Commutat'n personal do
expenses.
...do....
Mar.   12
1860.
Mar.   31
Rate of pay.
Amount.
12*
14
14*
5*
4
4
43
*
1
4
i
I
1*
1*1
3
"i*
Perday.
...do...
...do...
...do...
 do...
...do...
...d>...
...do...
...do...
...do...
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
April   1
Mar.   31
.do.
12
1366
366
Per an'm
Per day..
Per an'm
Per day..
I
Deduct amount of pa y received from pay de pt. U. S. ar my for abo ve p eriod
I I
Net pay	
G. Clinton Gardner
Do	
W. J. Warren.
J. J. Major	
1859.
Assistant astronomer   April   1
and surveyor.
Commutat'n personal  	
expenses. 1859.
Secretary    April    1 |
Clerk I do...
1859.
Dec.   31
C. B. R. Kennerly
J. Nevin King	
George Gibbs	
Joseph S. Harris	
R. V. Peabody	
Henry Custer	
James Noona	
Charles T. Gardner.
F. Hudson |
H. Stiebensen	
B. Barber	
J. Gwinn	
M. Ehrasmann	
W. Fleming	
M. Kelly	
T. Busby	
J. Brannan	
P. Duffy j
M. Keleher	
T.Day :	
P.Duffy	
J. M. Smith	
G. Farmer	
C. Wilson ;
J. Harris	
J. Stevens	
H. Stiebensen I
Surg'n and naturalist.
Qm. and commissary
Geologist and interp'r.
Assistant	
Guide	
Topographer	
Computer	
Surveyor	
Computer	
Boatman	
Laborer	
....do	
 do	
April   6
April   1
 do	
1860.
Mar.   31
1859.
Dec.   31
1860.
Mar.   31
...do....
1859.
Dec.   31
....do...
.do.
.do.
do.
...do...
Cook	
Laborer
...do...
...do	
....do	
Cook	
Packm aster
Laborer	
...do	
Boatman ...
....do	
....do	
....do	
...do	
May
May
June
April
....do.
...do.
3
4
18
1
.do.
.do.
April 11
April 21
...do....
April
....do.
....do.
. June 5
. April 1
.   May   26
. do	
. May 18
. April 18
.1 April   8
... do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
April   5
....do...
April
May
May
May
....do
May
June
....do
June
June
June
June
June
....do....
 do	
—do	
9
3
6
17
18
4
11
14
21
23
30
12
11
9
9
9
9
7
7
7
r/o
25
28
27
13
5
5
9
3
6
1
27
28
4
4
11
10
21
29
5
13
13
23
Per an'm
Per day.
Per an'm
....do...
Per mo .
....do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do..
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
$1 00
92 00
1 00
2 00
1 00
50
1 00
50
00
00
00
00
00
00
50
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
12 50
14 00
14 50
50
00
00
150 00
50
3
4
00
00
50
50
00
50
1 00
3 00
1 50
3, 000 00      3,000 00
8 00 I   2.928 00
3,000 00      3,000 00
8 00 j   2,928 00
5,928 00
I    1,295 97
4.668 03
1,800 00 I   1,350 00
4 00 I   1,100 00
2,000 00 j
1,200 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
125 00
125 00 I
125 00
125 00
40 00 I
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
2,000 00
900 00
1,800 00
1,775 00
350 CO
&50 00
350 00
125
991
987
804
00
66
50
16
6 66
6 66
12 00
43 87
53 71
49 03
34 84
36 13
85 33
96 00
142
13
00
33
108 00
38 66
46 66
57 33
97 33
110 66 Names.
J. Hollywood ,
J. Maloney	
J. Halsted	
G. H. Sargent	
P. McManus	
J. B. F. Sothoron...
W. H. Orr ,
L. Dunne ,
Hugh Kelly	
J. L. Foster	
W. Jenden	
J. W. Bates	
L. G. Locher	
J. W. W. Hydom...
W. H. Pullin	
J. V. Wurdemann ..
C. J. Walsh	
H. Autry	
J. A. Harris	
W. McClelland	
J. Sheridan	
H. D. Carr	
E. Foulkes	
D. Donovan	
J. Midgley	
P. Murphy	
J. Heden	
M. Kavanagh	
J. Dooley	
J. M. Nowlen	
C. Robertson	
J. Brow	
M. Price	
J. Courtnay	
W. Munro	
Thomas King	
J.Norton	
L. A. Mellon	
J. Smith	
N. S. Raynolds	
G. Ducres	
W. Williams	
Do	
J. Love	
P. Ellis	
T. J. Taylor	
J. W. Bird	
W. H. Sanford	
J. Castro	
P. Flores	
Sam	
Pierre	
Joseph 	
Alexandre	
Joe	
S. Ensign	
J. V. Wurdemann ..
J. Dooley	
J. Sheridan	
M. Price	
Do	
Do	
J. Norton	
G. Ducres	
T. J. Taylor	
C.J. Walsh	
J. Gill	
W. A. Busey	
E. Woll	
R. McKenzie	
J. L. Ryan	
J. Conrad	
R. Hamill	
J. Graham	
Boatman	
....do	
Laborer	
....do	
Cook	
Asst. quartermaster ..
Steward	
Carpenter	
Laborer	
Axeman	
Laborer	
 do	
Repair'g saddles, shoeing animals, &c.
Laborer	
....do	
Instrument tender	
Laborer	
Packer	
....do	
Cook	
....do	
...do	
....do	
Recorder 	
 do	
Laborer	
....do 	
....do	
....do	
 do	
....do	
....do	
... do	
....do	
....do.	
....do	
....do	
...do	
....do	
...do	
...do	
...do	
Cook 	
Packer	
Laborer	
...do	
Packer	
...do	
...do	
...do	
Guide	
...do	
Ferryman	
Packer	
...do	
Foreman	
Recorder 	
Laborer	
Cook	
Laborer	
Cook	
Laborer	
...do	
...do	
...do	
Cook	
...do	
Boatman	
... do	
Laborer	
...do.	
Carpenter	
Laborer	
...do	
July     1
Aug.   27
Oct.      1
Oct.    20
Oct.    30
Nov.     5
Oct.      1
...do....
...do...
...do....
...do....
...do....
Nov.     4
Dec.   18
Oct.      1
...do....
...do....
...do....
Aug.   16
May   21
Sept. 26
..do....
July     1
...do....
...do....
...do....
...do...
...do...
 do...
...do...
Per day.
...do...
...do...
Per mo.. 8
NOETHWEST  BOUNDAEY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued*
Names.
J. Graham.
F. Hannon
Occupation.
Period of service.
From—
To—
1859.
Packer    July   15
Cook  do	
Do I Laborer    July     1
S. Robi».s    Assistant packmaster. do	
T. Whitnay    Packer | do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
 do.
....do.
....do.
....do.
....do.
 do.
 do.
....do.
 de.
....do.
 do.
....do.
R. Hubry	
E. Compton	
W. McCauley	
H. Cushenbary	
C. White?:	
A. Pinto	
P. McGraith	
L. G. Locher I Blacksmith
P. Hanry    Cook	
G. H. Sargent    Laborer ...
R. Lightbody  do	
W. H.Orr    Steward...
St. Kwah-hoh-kan ..   Guide	
Keril-lim-nept-8a do	
Sam  do	
Kome-sko-le-han do	
Kwootl-pas-kut  do	
Kutt-pal-li-has-kut..   Expressman I Sept
Joe  do    July
S.Robins    Asst. packmaster    April
T. Whitnay   Packer    April
R. Aubry  do  | April
E. Compton     do
W. McCaulay  do
...do
...do
1859.
Sept. 30
....do....
July   14
Sept. 30
....do...
....do...,
....do....
....do....
 do	
....do....
 do...,
 do	
....do....
....do...,
....do....
....do...
....do...
July
Aug.
...do.
Aug.
July
22    Aug.
12 I Sept.
Sept.
10
15
H. Cusenbary
C.White	
A. Pinto I do...
P. McGraith  do...
W. Munks  do...
J. Thomas   Laborer
W. Barclay    Cook	
do.
May
May
May
June
June
July
...do.
...do.
21
23
24
1
1
21
23
a
24
25
21
22
1
28
T. Leonard   Laborer  do	
M. Conn  do ..;.do	
D. Callum   do  do	
M. Givler | do do	
...do....
....do....
Aug. 13
July 26
Oct. 1
....do....
...do....
J. Redmond  do	
H. W. Harsel    Foreman	
Do    Axeman	
Sherley Ensign    Foreman	
James Graham    Herder	
F. M. Harmon    Laborer	
J. B. F. Sothoron    Assistant to quartermaster and com'r.
J. Brien    Hospital steward	
P. McManus    Cook	
J. Somers  do	
J. Moloney  do	
J. Halsted   Laborer	
M. Carroll do	
J. Stevens    Boatman ..
J. Hollywood do	
J. Harris do	
C. Wilson  do	
J. Moloney  do	
W. H. Orr    Steward...
J. Gill    Cook	
W. A. Busey    Packmaster
E. Woll    Boatman ..
R. McKenzie  do	
J. Halsted    Laborer ...
M. Carroll    Blacksmith
Do    Laborer ...
J.Stevens    Boatman..
C. Wilson ....do	
J. Somers    Cook I do	
C.J.Walsh  do  do
P. McManus do do
 do	
...do....
....do...,
...do....
...do....
...do....
...do...
...do...,
....do...
...do...
Nov.     1
Oct.     1
...do....
....do...
,...do...
,...do...
Jan. 1
....do...
....do...
....do...
...do...
o
J. B. F. Sothoron    Assistant to quartermaster and com'r do I do	
J. Brien | Hospital steward | do do	
Aug.
Sept
...do...
Sept. 30
June  30
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do	
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
Sept.   18
— >do	
Sept. 30
...Ido...
 do...
....do...
 do...
 do...
Aug.   12
Sept. 30
....do	
Dec.    31
....do....
 do	
 do	
 do....
....do....
Nov.   30
Dec.   31
 do...
 do	
 do	
|....do...
 do	
I do	
...do...
Oct. 12
Oct. 25
Oct. 28
...do...
Feb. 21
Jan. 6
Feb. 19
Feb. 29
...do...
March 31
...do...
...do...
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
OS
17
14
20
35
48
5
68
5
92
io
8
8
20
7
6
10
8
18
18
•-
1
2 .
2
3 L
3 .
3   .
3 .
3 I.
Rate of pay.
Per mo..
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
 do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
 do...
...do...
19
5
12
25
28
28
21
6
13
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
....do...
Per day.
 do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
Per mo..
 do...
 do...
....do...
 do...
....do...
 do...
....do...
 do...
 do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
 do...
 do...
....do...
 do...
 do...
....do...
....do...
 do..,
....do..
....do...
....do...
....do..,
....do...
....do...
....do...
 do..
....do..
....do..
 do..
....do..
....do..
....do..
....do..
....do..
 do..
 do..
 do..
....do..
 do..
 do..
....do..
....do..
.do.
.do.
(50 00
45 00
40 00
75 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Amount.
65 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
45 00
45 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
45 00
100 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
75 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
45 00
45 00 I
50 00
50 00
&100 00
114 68
18 06
225 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
300 00
135 00
120 00
120 00
180 00
20 00
35 00
48 00
5 00
68 00
5 00
92 00
195 00
116 66
113 33
113 33
83 33
61 66
60 00
16 66
15 00
150 00
120 00
150 00
150
135
135
90
120
120
120
120
120
120
40
180
17
80
36
36
68
14
57
80
80
135
135
135
150
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
41
64
12
12
97
52
93
00
00
00
00
00
00
150 00 NOETHWEST  BOUNDAEY  COMMISSION.
9
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, fyc.—Continued.
Occupation.
Period of service.
Rate of pay.
Names.
From—
To—
so
J3
O
a
2
1
2
3
3
3
3
32
Amount.
"W". J Orr	
Steward	
Cook	
Laborer..
1859.
Jan.      1
...do	
Feb.     1
Jan.     1
....do....
 do	
 do....
 do	
1859.
Feb.   29
Jan.   31
March 31
....do....
do....
....do....
....do....
Oct.    19
Per mo..
....do....
 do	
$60 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
$120 00
J. Moloney   	
Do    	
45 00
80 00
J. Hollywood	
J. Graham. ....
Boatman	
....
 do	
 do	
....do....
 do	
120 00
Herder	
 do	
120 00
150 00
F  M Harmon
120 00
N. S.Reynolds	
19
....do....
24 52
Kump Skylye Spokane.
W. Munro	
Recov'g lost animals
7 00
Laborer	
Oct.      1
Oct.    13
1860.
Jan.      1
....do....
Oct.    31
Oct.    22
I860.
Feb.     9
Feb.   24
1
1
• $1
10*
9
24
Per mo..
Per day..
Per mo..
....do....
40 00
1 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
R. V. Peabody	
W.H. Sanford	
Am't paid to Indian..
Packer	
10 00
64 51
J. A. Harris	
 do	
92 66
C. B. R. Kennerly...
W. Winnard	
8 00
4 00
Joseph W. Carey...
Willey & Page     ,. ,
J. T. Saymour	
Do	
Laborer	
1859.
May   22
1859.
June  30
1
10
Per mo..
40 00
52 90
10 50
Laborer	
Saddler	
Laborer	
Blacksmith  .........
May   17
June  17
April 21
Jurie 12
May   23
April    1
April 23
May   23
....do....
May   24
May   26
May   21
....do....
May     7
 do	
June   16
June  30
June   t1
June  30
....do....
 do	
....do....
May   31
....do....
....do....
 do	
I
i'
l
3
2
22
19
9
"%"
9
9
8
6
22
22
7
7
3
20
20
24
1
22
13
6
8
Per mo..
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do....
 do	
....do....
 do	
 do	
....do....
....do....
 do	
....do....
....do....
 do	
 do	
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do	
 do	
40 00
60 CO
40 00
100 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
25 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
50 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
28 00
M. Carroll	
69 33
Do :.
63 33
J. O'Brian	
Foreman .
64 51
J. Graham	
Laborer.... 	
120 00
F. Hannon	
 do	
90 66
C. Lanne	
ATenfifl.n
11 61
V. B. McQuestin
W. White	
....do	
 do	
 do	
11 61
10 32
7 74
F.A.Smith	
Laborer 	
June   11
....do....
June  14
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do	
1
1
o
(V
28 38
W. Wilson	
Cook	
Laborer	
31 93
C. J. Hubbard	
49 33
F. M. Guye	
 do..
49 33
F. Moore	
 do..
May   23
May   26
 do	
30 66
A. C. Vigor	
 do	
26 66
D. C. Ferrell	
 do..
26 66
F. T. Johnson	
 do	
May   23
. do...
June   15
June  23
June 27
June  30
 do	
 do....
 do	
....do....
....do....
May   16
June  30
June    1
June  30
 do	
 do	
i
1
"2"
1
3
1
6
1
1
i
32 00
41 33
J. Moodv	
..do.
May     6
June   18
April 25
May   24
April    1
May   24
Jan.      1
April 12
May   17
May   21
June    2
June    1
June  22
May   10
April    1
 do	
69 33
A. Dennis	
Herder ..
10 83
B. Pender	
Laborer ..
88 00
J. Love	
W. Munks	
....do	
Packer	
50 32
150 00
J. Thomas	
Laborei* .
7
 do	
 do..
.49 33
J. Brien	
Hospital steward	
Axeman	
300 00
R. Lightbody	
Do  	
5
14
12
29
 do	
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do	
46 45
Foreman .
73 33
Packer	
70 00
Do	
Blacksmith .
96 66
P. Henry	
Laborer	
 do
40 00
J. Gill	
9
21
2l"
14
4
9
14
13
10*
20
17
19
 do	
....do....
....do....
 do	
 do	
....do....
 do	
 do	
 .do	
 do....
 do	
....do....
....do....
 do....
....do....
 do	
 do	
12 00
W.Barclay	
Cook	
....do....
....do....
 do	
1
3
3
1
1
1
2
i'
3
3
1
1
3
3
0
O
3
3
3
3
76 50
T.Leonard	
M. Coan	
Laborer	
 do..
120 00
120 00
D. Callam	
 do..
May   10
May   17
May   27
April   8
June  17
May   18
April    1
....do.-..
....do....
May   11
May   26
June  12
Oct.      1
 do	
....do....
....do....
....do....
June   16
June  30
....do....
 do	
....do....
May   10
June  30
June   10
June  30
Dec.   31
 do	
68 00
M. Girler	
..do..
58 66
J. Redmond	
 do..
45 33
H. W. Harsel	
Axeman	
92 00
Do	
Foreman	
Laborer
23 33
57 33
J. V. Wurdemann...
C. J.Walsh	
Instrument tender	
Laborer	
do
120 00
120 00
H. Autrv.	
53 33
Do	
Packer
83 33
W. McClelland	
Laborer	
22 66
Do	
Cook
28 50
P. Murphy	
Laborer .
120 00
J. Heden	
 do
	
....do....
 do	
120 00
E. Foulkes	
Cook .
 do	
..do	
135 00
G. H. Sargent	
Laborer	
 do	
 do	
....do....
120 00
R. Lightbody	
Foreman
... do	
 do	
 do	
150 00
Recorder
..do..
..do	
 do	
135 00
J.Smith	
....do....
 do	
 do	
120 00 10
NOETHWEST   BOUNDAEY COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
Names.
H.
P.
C.
W. Harsel.
Ellis	
Occupation.
Period of service.
From-
1859.
Laborer I Oct.
.do  do..
To-
Robertson  do  do	
L.
J.
J.
M
Do    Cook    Dec.     1
H.Mellon    Laborer    Oct.      1
Courtney do  do	
Brow    Cook    Dec.     1
Do    Laborer  do	
Girler do    Oct.      1
Do    Carpenter    Nov.  21
D. Calum    Laborer    Oct.      1
T. Leonard  do do	
M. Cooue  do  do....
J. Redmond  do  do....
W.Barclay    Cook ....do	
J. Midgley    Recorder  do	
T. King    Laborer  do	
W.Williams    Cook  do	
Do    Laborer    Dec.   18
Cushman    Assistant packmaster.   Oct.      5
Robins  do    Oct.      1
Love I Packer  do	
do  do	
do  do	
W.Bird	
. H. Sanford	
O,
S.
J.
J.
J. Castro	
P. Flores	
H. Autry	
J. A. Harris...
T. Whitney ...
R. Aubry	
E. Compton	
W. J. Macauley
H. Cushenbery
C. White	
Pinto	
McGrath ...
G. Locker..
Do	
D. Carr	
Hanry I do
J. Cady    Packer.
M. Cavanagh    Laborer
W. McClelland    Cook ...
C. Santo    Guide ..
A
P.
L.
H
P.
H
...do.
...do.
...do.
..do.
..do.
...do.
..do.
..do.
..do.
..do.
..do.
..do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do..
.do.,
.do.,
.do.
.do.
.do.
1859
Dec
....do.
....do.
....do.
....do.
....do.
Nov.
Dec.
Nov.
Dec.
....do.
....do.
....do.
 do.
....do.
....do.
....do.
Dec.
Dec.
....do.
 do.
....do.
....do.
....do.
....do.
31
30
31
20
31
17
31
M. Kah-ho'me- wash-et
J. M. Nowlan	
J. Sheridan	
J. Kavanagh	
H. D. Carr	
E. Foulkes I do
D. Donovan    Recorder
Blacksmith do	
...do    Dec.     1
Cook I Oct.      1
do....
17
1
1
5
7
1
1
10
8
22
1
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
P.
J.
M.
J.
J.
J.
C.
J.
Murphy    Laborer
Heden do	
...do	
Laborer j Oct.
Cook  April
Axeman  May
Cook  April
  June
  April
Kavanagh do.
Dooley do.
Midgley do.
M. Nowlen do.
Robertson do.
Brow do.
M. Price do.
J. Courtnay  do.
W. Munro  do.
T. King  do.
J. Norton  do.
L. A. Mellon  do.
J. Smith j do.
W.
N.
P.
T.
M.
.do,
....do
....do
....do
April
May
May
May
May
May
....do.
....do.
... do.
May
....do.
16
17
2L
23
22
26
31
Williams  do    June
S. Reynolds  do | June
Ellis	
J. Taylor
Carroll...
J. Somers ...
J. Brien   .
P Lilly	
H. McG-ahan
.do.
....do	
Blacksmith	
Cook	
Hospital steward	
Employed in cutting
trail.
....do	
1
10
1
June
....do...
....do...
Aug. 24
July 1
Aug.     1
.do.
....do.
 do.
....do.
....do.
....do.
....do.
....do.
 do.
....do.
 do.
....do.
Nov.
Dec.
 do.
....do.
....do.
Oct.
i Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
:....dO.
June
i.-..do..
....do..
....do..
 do..
;....do..
....do..
 do..
....do..
....do..
....do..
....do..
 do..
 do..
....do..
....do..
I....do..
....do..
 do..
 do..
 do..
....do..
 do..
I do..
Sept
...do.
...do.
Aug.
...do.
30
31
28
12
14
19
30'
30
24
o
15
28
12
10
13
19
15
14
10
8
8
5
5
5
5
1
1
21
Rate of pay.
20
10
17
14
27
22
23
9
Per mo.
...do...
...do	
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do.-.
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do	
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
Per diem
...do...
Per mo
...do...
24
 do	
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
 do	
...do...
 do	
...do...
...do...
.. .do	
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
Per day.
24 I....do....
Amount.
$40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
45 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
75 00 I
75 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00 I
50 00
50 00
v50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
100 00
75 00
45 00
45 00
50 00
40 00
45 00
4 0J
4 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
45 00
45 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
100 00
45 00
50 00
1 00
1 00
$120 00
120 00
120 00
45 00
120 00
120 00
90 00
40 00
66 66
66 66
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
135 00
135 00
120 00
114 68
18 06
215 33
225 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
200 00
75 00
135 00
135 00
124 15
36 12
17 40
40 00
52 00
65 27
135 00
68 38
124 50
13 50
135 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
100 00
58 66
53 33
50 66
50 66
46 66
46 66
46 66
46 66
41 29
41 29
40 00
28 00
40 00
40 00
300 00
55 50
150 00
24 00
24 OQ NOETHWEST  BOUNDAEY   COMMISSION. 11
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, fac.—Continued.
Names.
H. Stiebenson	
H. Kelly   ....
J. B. F. Sothoron...
P. McManus	
J. Moloney	
J. Harriss	
J. Hollywood	
J. Stevens	
J. Halsted	
C. Wilson	
A. Davis	
B. Pender	
J. Love	
J. Kavanagh	
C. Bonsell	
B. Velasco	
J. Somers	
Do	
J. W. Casey........
J. T. Seymour	
B. Gio	
J. O'Brian	
J. Gill	
Archibald Campbell
no	
John G. Parke	
Do	
G. Clinton Gardner
Do	
Wm. S. Warren	
John J. Major	
P. Hanry	
Edward Faulkes	
Kwillimueesta,(Ind )
Baptist Moran ..do .
Narciss Kantis .. do .
In-sips-quest do .
Augustin do
Stahan do .
Stem-mizt-za do .
John Baptiste...do .
Too-Soo do .
Sil-i-hit-sa do .
Charles do .
Klick-klish-kan .do ;
Edward Pi»het..do .
Sharle do
Pierre do .
Louis Paul do .
Ict-sament. do .
Bill do.
Joe do .
Bill Spokeam.. do .
Kow-ka-ken do .
George Montour	
James Cooke	
Edward Pichet	
G. H. Sargent	
Henry P. Morse	
James R. Thompson,
Clarkaduck Palouse,
(Indian.)
Charles Plant	
Donald McKay	
Albert J. Otto	
Pierre Colville,(Ind.)
Ka'kat-cha .....do.
Occupation.
Boatman	
Packer	
Asst. q. m. and com..
Cook	
...do	
Boatman	
...do	
...do	
...do	
...do	
Herder	
Laborer	
...do	
Axeman	
Packer	
...do	
Cook	
...do	
Axeman	
Saddler	
Packer	
Foreman	
Laborer	
Commissioner N. W.
B. Survey.
Commutation 91 days,
$8 per day.
Chief astronomer and
surveyor.
Commutation 91 days,
$8 per day.
Ass't astr. and surv'r.
Commutation 182 d's,
$4 per day.
Sec'yN.W. B. Com'n.
Clerk and chf. astr ...
Cook	
...do	
Hunter	
Packer	
...do	
...do	
Expressman	
Expressman and guide
Packer	
...do	
...do	
...do	
Canoemen	
...do	
Work on trail	
Guide on trail	
Expressman	
Thermometrical reo'd
keeper.
Guide	
Storekeeper 	
Cook	
Shoeing mules	
Expressman	
....do	
Expressman and guide
....do	
Guide	
— do.. 	
Period of service.
From—
1859.
July    l
...do....
....do....
July 18
July     1
....do....
1860.
April   1
...do....
....do....
....do....
Jan.    1
....do....
April    1
Jan.     1
....do....
....do....
Feb.   11
Feb.   20
....do....
...do....
Feb. 23
Feb. 20
....do....
...do....
....do....
....do....
Feb. 27
....do....
Mar.
....do.
April
1859.
Nov.  28
1860.
April 21
....do...
....do...
17
14
May   24
Jan.     4
May 20
May 28
April 17
May   15
To-
1859.
Aug. 3
Aug. 25
Sept. 30
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...tdo...
 do	
....do...
July 28
July 31
Aug. 8
Aug. 4
Aug. 23
...do...
June 30
Aug. 23
.-..do....
Sept. 13
Sept. 30
....do...
Aug.   15
1860.
June  30
....do...
—do	
-do.
...do...
...do...
Feb. 4
Feb. 9
Mar. 5
Feb. 29
...do...
10
...do
 do
Mar.
...do....
...do....
...do....
...do....
March 1
...do....
Mar. 19
Mar. 26
April 18
April 17
June 1
April 22
April 30
May 8
May   27
June
May
May
May
28
15
91
91
182
Rate of pay.
$40 00
50 00
50 00
45 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
25 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
45 00
45 00
40 00
60 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
Per an'm. 3,000 00
Per an'm. 3,000 00
Per an'm. 1,800 CO
20 Per mo.
Per day
Per mo.
 do...
17
2,000 00
1, 200 00
45 00
45 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
Per dav.
....do...
....do...
 do...
15 00
1 00
40 00
45 00
3 00
2 50
1 00
1 00
Amount.
$43 87
90 32
150 00
135 00
135 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
22 58
40 00
50 32
45 16
59 67
74 19
21 00
78 38
69 67
146 00
122 58
150 00
59 35
750 00
728 00
750 00
728 00
900 00
728 00
500 00
600 00
51 00
58 50
24 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
7 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00
8 00
8 00
3 00
20 00
10 00
70 00
42 00
29 33
45 00
33 50
15 00
5 00
57 00
5 00
38 00
17 00 12
NOETHWEST   BOUNDAEY COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
Names.
Occupation.
Period of service.
From-
To—
Ar-kacth (Ind.)
Paul Corville . ..do .
Jim Kalispelm .. do .
Jim Korville do .
Stephen Robins	
Roland Aubrey.
Juan Castro	
H. Cusenberry	
G. H. Sargent	
Shubeal Bohanaa	
C. Robertson	
Do	
Thomas Leonard ...
Expressman I
Guide	
....do	
....do	
Assistant packmaster.
Packer 	
....do	
....do	
Laborer	
Axeman	
....do	
....do	
Laborer	
Do I Chainman .	
J. S. Boultbee    Cook	
John Darcy  do	
Raphael Bisson    Axeman	
Vitale Laport  do	
Gabriele Remond— do	
Henry Remont  do	
Michael Langewine . do	
Jacob Wilnski    Packer	
Samuel Scott    Assistant packer	
Nazaire Pariscault..   Axeman	
J. D. Dil 1 man  do	
Toe-nook-sahk, (In-    Herder	
dian.)
Jaques Finlay    Interpreter	
Lewis A. Mellon    Herder	
Do    Packer	
Manuel Garcia  do	
Alejo Talamante do. _	
Daniel Kane    Assistant packer	
Rudolph Strohm    Cook	
Louis G. Locher    Blacksmith	
Do  do ,..
Patrick McGrath    Packer	
Do ....do	
Do    Assist, packmaster —
Thomas Whitney...   Packer	
Do  do	
Antonio Pinto do	
Do do	
Rafael Duran do	
Jesus Flores  do	
Fernando Sernas do	
H. D. Carr    Cook	
Do    Afsistant packer	
Henry Edgar    Herder	
Georg Dacre    Axeman	
Do  do	
Michael Dougan do	
John Smith    Carpenter	
Michael Coon    Laborer	
John Somers    Cook	
Francis McHarmons. do	
Do    Assistant packer	
Do    Packer	
Michael Carroll    Blacksmith	
D. P. Malson    Assistant packer	
Michael Carroll, jr... do	
Juste Valencio    Assist, packmaster ...
Pierre Labelle    Packer	
John B. Pambrun...   Assistant packer	
Peter McManus    Cook	
Charles Balfour    Steward	
JohnB. F. Sothoron.   Assist,   to  qm'r and
commissary.
T. Taylor    Herder	
John Campbell    Laborer	
August Hilpert  do	
Fred. P. Brougham .   Cook	
N. S. Reynolds    Laborer	
John O. Neill    Axeman	
O. Cushman    Packmaster	
Do I....do ....
1860.
May   17
April
May
May
Jan.
....do
26
12
25
1
1860.
May 30
May 31
May 27
June 21
Mar. 31
....do...
o
....do..
....do..
....do..
Mar.
Jan.
April
Jan.
April
Feb.
Mar.
Mar.
April
....do.
 do.
29
1
1
1
1
20
14
29
15
30
31
30
31
 do..
....do..
....do..
June
Mar.
June
Mar.
June 30
....do...
 do	
 do	
 do	
....do...
 do...
....do	
June 16
May 10
April 16
Mar. 29
Jan.     1
...do...,
...do....
...do...
...do....
...do...
 do	
June 22.
April 20
June
June
....do.
28
16
27
30
April
May
Jan.
April
Jan.
April
July
Jan.
April
Jan.
April
April
April
June
Jan.
April
April
Jan.
April
June
Jan.
....do
April
.... do
Mav
Sept,
May
July
May
June
Aug.
July
July
....do...
....do...
24
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
17
24
16
1
1
18
1
1
14
1
31
30
31
30
1
21
18
1
21
16
16
30
1
June
May
April
May
Mar.
May
Jan.
April
20
12
16
11
14
12
1
1
...do..
June
June
...do...
...do...
...do...
....do...
Mar. 31
Sept. 30
Mar. 31
June 30
Sept 30
Mar.
Sept.
Mar.
Sept.
....do	
 do	
....do	
Mar.   31
Sept. 30
...do....
Mar.   31
Sept, 30
....do	
 do	
 do....
....do	
April 30
Sept, 20
Sept, 30
June 30
Sept. 30
--..do....
....do	
....do....
....do	
....do....
....do	
 do....
June 30
....do	
....do	
....do....
 do	
....do....
Mar.   31
June 30
1
3
6
3
3
3
3
6
3
6
5
5
3
3
6
5
3
6
3
9
9
6
1
4
r
3
4
3
1
2
3
3
3
3
1
2
1
3
1
3
3
13
6
16
11
17
2
16
16
16
16
15
21
15
2
9
8
3
15
15
7
24
14
7
15
13
17
20
10
13
io
15
15
21
20
15
20
17
19
Rate of pay.
Amount.
Per day.
....do...
...do...
....do...
Per mo.
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
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.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
-do.
.do.
-do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
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.do.
.do.
$100
$13 00
1 00
36 00
1 00
16 00
1 00
27 50
75 00
225 00
50 00
150 00
50 00
150 00
50 00
150 00
40 00
120 00
40 00
122 66
40 00
120 00
40 00
135 00
40 00
120 00
45 60
135 00
45 00
196 50
45 00
160 50
40 00
122 66
40 00
101 33
40 00
101 33
40 00
101 33
40 00
101 33
60 00
30 00
50 00
35 00
40 00
100 00
40 00
122 66
30 00
180 00
75 00
45 00
60 00
60 00
60 00
50 00
45 00
75 00
100 00
50 00
60 00
75 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
60 00
60 00
60 00
60 00
45 00
50 00
45 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
45 00
45 00
50 00
60 00
75 00
100 00
50 00
75 00
60 00
50 00
45 00
60 00
50 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
75 00
125 00
22 50
102 00
6 00
30 00
30 00
111 66
81 00
225 00
600 00
150 00
180 00
225 00
150 00
360 00
150 00
360 00
328 00
314 00
210 00
135 00
300 00
244 50
120 00
270 00
142 66
450 00
360 00
270 00
45 00
233 33
20 00
107 50
300 00
216 66
262 50
90 00
103 22
135 00
180 00
150 00
166 50
65 80
100 00
75 00
142 66
65 33
225 00
375 00 NOETHWEST   BOUNDAEY   COMMISSION. 13
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
Names.
H. Autry	
Do	
Enoch Compton	
Do	
H. J. Cady	
Do	
Pedro Flores	
Do	
Jos6 Tapia	
James Graham	
W. H. Sanford	
Denis Donovan	
Robert Lightbody ..
John Brien	
William Barclay	
Do	
Charles T.Walsh...
Charles Coone	
Jacob Addis	
Daniel Callum	
Do  	
James Ryan	
Patrick Murphy	
John Heden	
James Courtney	
Do	
Thomas Campbell ..
Gerald B. McGlinn,.
Elijah Duff   	
H. S. Johnson	
George Pearson	
Do	
Martin Girler	
John Midgley	
Do	
John Dooley	
Do	
David Henshaw	
George Sheldon	
Henry P. Morse	
John W. Bird	
Do	
R. V. Peabody	
Lawrence Dunne ...
John Daley	
Jacob Conrad	
Donald Gordon	
Georg Behberger ...
Ferdinand Smith ...
John Harris	
J. B. F. Sothoron...
Peter Mc Manus	
John Moloney	
James Hollywood ..
Charles Balfour	
Bill Semahamo,(Ind.)
Kah-nitl do.
Kow-ish-ee do.
Stwl-kuns-my-uk.do.
Yam-yeu do.
Cam-meil do.
Kli-ah-keh-cal...do.
Kan-os-w ak do.
Shu-kiee do.
Eni-plark do.
Thomas Murray	
John McReam	
Louis Pend Oriell,
(Indian.)
James Banks	
Leon Dandelroy	
Do	
Moses Dermas	
Thomas Burke	
Samuel Winters
Occupation.
Packer	
 do	
....do	
....do	
 do	
 do	
 do	
 do	
....do	
....do	
Assistant packer	
Recorder 	
Foreman	
Hospital steward	
Cook	
Assistant packer	
 do	
Axeman	
Chainman	
Axeman	
....do	
....do	
Laborer	
..-.do	
Axeman	
 do	
....do	
....do	
....do	
....do	
Stone-mason	
....do	
Carpenter	
Axeman	
Foreman	
Axeman	
....do	
Cook	
 do	
....do	
Packer	
....do	
Searching for mules..
Carpenter	
Repairing chimney...
Boatman ,
Blacksmith	
Carpenter	
Copying papers	
Boatman ,
Assist,  to  qm'r and
commissary.
Cook ,
Boatman	
 do	
Steward	
Packer ,
Expressman ,
do ,
Canoeman i
 do	
Expressman	
....do	
 do 	
....do	
....do	
Packer	
Searching for mules..
Canoeman	
Cook	
Commissary sergeant.
...do	
Laborer	
Axeman. ..,
Cook ,
Period of service.
From—
1860.
Jan. 1
April 1
Jan. 1
April 1
Jan. 1
April 1
Jan. 1
April 1
April 17
April 1
May 18
Jan. 1
....do....
April 1
Jan. 1
April 26
April 1
Feb. 28
April 16
Jan. 1
April 1
June 16
Jan. 1
,...do....
To—
31
30
31
30
31
30
31
30
....do.
April
Mar.
June
April
..-.do
1
29
14
16
April
June
Jan.
....do.
23
1
1
April
Jan.
April
April
June
Mar.
Jan.
April
May
May
May
April
.-..do*
 do*
....do.
....do.
....do.
.do..,
.do...
.do...
1
1
1
16
14
1
1
1
2
19
21
1
1860.
Mar.
June
Mar.
June
Mar.
June
Mar.
June
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
..do...
April 25
June 30
...do...
...do...
...do...
Mar. 31
June  30
 do	
 do	
...do...
Mar. 31
June 30
...do....
...do...,
....do....
....do....
 do	
April 15
July 5
.-..do....
July 26
...do...
July 19
....do....
July 25
July 24
Aug. 4
July 30
Aug. 5
Aug. 16
June 16
May 9
July 1
June 14
May 31
June 30
...do.--
Mar. 31
June
Mar.
June
....do....
 do...
Mar.   31
...do...
June
May
May
May
June
...do
30
31
30
28
12
23
26
....do...,
...do....
June 27
June  30
.do...
.do...
.do...
....do...
April 16
July   10
....do...,
July   29
 do	
July 33
July 24
July 26
July 30
Aug. 6
Aug. 5
Aug. 6
Aug. 19
Aug. 23
June 30
Aug. 26
. do	
...do    Sept.  19
April 24 | Sept. 23
* At intervals.
o
3
Q
14
i3
25
5
3
15
16
2
17
15
15
8
15
17
28
10
4
2
1
8
4
2
27
23
26
13
6
Rate of pay.
Per mo ..
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do	
....do....
 do	
....do....
....do....
....do	
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do....
....do	
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do	
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do	
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do	
....do....
Per day..
....do....
 do	
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
Per mo ..
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do....
....do....
Per day.. I
....do....
....do....
 do	
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do....
....do....
Per mo ..
Per day..
Per mo .. |
 do	
....do....
....do	
....do....
 do	
$50 00
60 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
60 00
60 00
60 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
45 00
50 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
75 00
100 00
50 00
40 00
50 00
40 00
45 00
45 00
45 00
45 00
50 00
60 00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
40 00
50 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
00
eo
oo
oo
00
00
00
00
00
00
50 00
1 50
50 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
42 50
Amount.
$150 00
180 00
150 00
180 00
150 00
180 00
150 00
180 00
148 00
180 00
71 66
300 00
300 00
150 00
172 50
108 33
135 00
164 00
100 00
120 00
135 00
20 00
240 00
240 00
120 00
135 00
122 66
22 66
100 00
100 00
95 00
100 00
300 00
120 00
150 00
120 00
135 00
112 50
25 50
45 00
150 00
176 00
10 00
4 00
2 00
1 00
8 00
4 00
2 00
116 00
150 00
135 00
120 00
120 00
180 00
2
6
6
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
11 21
25 00
6 00
112 90
87 09
91 93
96 77
127 99
211 04 1
14 NOETHWEST   BOUNDAEY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued-
Names.
D. Conner	
John Young	
Patrick Gaynord	
James Raftery	
Henry Dolen	
Thomas Griffiths	
Maurice Sehultz	
Meass, (Indian)	
Louis, (Indian)	
Jos6 Maria Correa ..
John E. Jones	
James Lore	
Do	
Albert Henshaw	
Do	
Alex. Contner	
Do	
John Maloney	
Do	
David Martin	
James Hollywood	
Do	
Richard Burke	
Do	
J. V. Wurdematn ..
John Sheridan	
Michael Price	
Do	
N. Suprenant	
James Clark	
Dwight Harding	
Joseph S. Hanis	
George Gibbs	
A. V. Peabody	
Henry Custer	
Charles F. Gardener.
F. Hudson	
James Nooney	
C. B. B. Kennerly ..
T. M. Alden	
Edward Ross	
S. Nevin King	
Archibald Campbell.
Do	
Occupation.
Axeman.
...do....
Crossing stores.
John G. Parke.
Do	
...do	
Taking charge mules
... do	
Canoeman	
...do	
Packer	
Recorder 	
Packer	
...do	
Cook	
Laborer	
Axeman	
Cook	
Laborer	
Cook	
Assistant packer	
Laborer	
Assistant packer	
...do	
Packer ,
Recorder 	
Cook	
Axeman	
... do	
Laborer	
Packer	
Axeman	
Assistant	
Geologist	
A ssistant	
Topographer	
Surveyor	
Computer	
...do	
Surg'n and naturalist.
Artist ,
Assistant	
Qmr. and commissary,
Commissioner 	
Personal expenses	
Period of service.
From—
1860.
May   12
...do....
To—
a
o
June  28
 do	
June 29
....do....
...do....
June
July
June
April
Jan.
April
April
July
June
July
July
Sept.
May
July
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Jan.
....do.
....do.
1860.
Sept.  23
....do....
23
1
16
16
1
1
16
21
19
21
1
21
21
1
1
6
16
1
April
Apiil
April
May
Jan.
...do.
...do.
....do.
1
15
17
12
1
—ao	
...do...
...do...
April 1
...do...,
July     2
....do...
 do...
June 30
July 14
July 31
Sept. 30
Mar. 30
Sept. 30
July 20
Sept. 30
July   20
Sept.   30
Sept. 20
Sept. 30 I
.--.do....|
July   31
Sept. 30
Aug.  15
Sept.  30
....do...
....do...
Mar. 31
Sept. 30
 do...
....do...
....do...
June 30
 do...
 do...
....do...
.do.
...do....
 do	
July     1
....do....
....do	
....do	
....do.-..
 do	
....do....
Dec.   31
Chief astronomer and | July     1 j Dec.   31 [   6
surveyor.
Personal expenses...
Deduct amount received from United States arm y	
Total received from northwest bound ary commi ssion
12
12
1
1
4
4
4
8
14
15
15
5
10
2
10
20
10
10
10
15
16
14
19
184
184
G. Clinton Gardner..
Do	
John J. Major	
William J. Warren.
George Gibbs	
T. M. Alden	
James Mooney	
F. Hudson	
H. Custer	
C. F. Gardner	
Joseph S. Harris...
•J. Nevin King	
Assistant astronomer
and surveyor.
Personal expenses	
Clerk to chief astronomer and surveyor.
Secretary	
Geologist	
Artist	
Computer	
, do	
C. B. R. Kennerly,
R. V. Peabody	
Edward Ross	
James E. Green...
Topographer .
Surveyor	
Assistant	
Quai termaster
commissary.
Surgeon and naturalist | do	
and
July     1    Dec.   31
Rate of pay.
Per mo. -
...do....
Per day..
...do....
...do....
...do....
...do....
...do....
...do....
Per mo ..
...do	
...do	
...do....
...do....
...do....
...do....
...do....
...do	
...do....
...do	
...do	
...do	
...do	
...do	
...do....
...do....
...do	
...do....
...do	
...do	
...do....
...do....
...do	
...do	
...do	
...do....
...do	
...do	
...do....
...do....
...do	
...do....
Per an'm.
Per dav-
$40
40
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
60
45
50
60
45
40
40
45
40
45
50
40
50
50
60
50
45
40
50
40
60
40
150
150
150
125
125
125
125
150
ltO
100
150
3,000
8
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
0J
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
oo
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Amount.
$176
176
1
1
4
4
4
8
14
90
247
150
360
142
90
42
105
106
15
216
40
100
16
90
450
405
120
300
221
328
185
900
900
900
750
750
750
750
450
300
300
450
1,500
1.472
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
50
00
00
50
33
66
00
66
00
66
00
00
66
00
00
00
00
00
33
00
33
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
Per an'm.   3, 000 00      1,500 00
Per day . 8 00      1,472 00
2,972 00
841 38
2.130 62
184
July     1    Dec.   31
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do....
.do....
.do....
.do	
.do....
.do	
.do	
.do.
.do.
Assistant
Assistant artist.
Lahore   	
.do.
.do.
....do....
 do	
...do...
Sept. 30
....do !
 do.j|||
....do....
14
Per an'm.   1,800 00
Per an'm.   1,200 00
...do...
Per mo.
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
Per day
COO 00
150 00 I
100 00
125 00
125 00
125 00
125 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
100 00
1 50
900 00
736 00
600 00
000 00
900 00
600 00
750 00
750 00
750 00
750 00
200 00
450 00
450 00
450 00
300 00
21 CO NOETHWEST  BOUNDAEY  COMMISSION.
15
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued.
Names.
Rudolph Strohm.,
Indian	
M. O'Brien	
Louis Landrof	
Five packers	
Six Indians	
Two Indians	
Michel	
Tcheh-e-toh-spokone
Two Indians	
R. Strohm	
J. L. Boulthie	
D. Callum	
George Sheldon	
Do	
Charles Coone	
Thomas Campbell..
O. Cushman	
H.J. Cady	
Do	
Ten packers	
: Samuel Scott ,
Nazaire Pariscault..
Do	
Daniel Slone	
William Barclay	
>3k)e-nook-sahk	
Robert Lightbody ..
S. Bohanon	
John Midgley	
John Brien	
Dennis Donovan	
Martin Girler	
Jaques Finley	
George Pearson	
^Fred'k P. Brougham
David Henshaw	
John Darcy	
Charles J. Walsh ...
John Dooley	
C. Robertson	
Thomas Leonard -..
James Courtney	
John O'Neill	
R. Risson	
Vitale Laporte	
Gabriel Remond	
Henry Remond	
Michael Langevine..
J. G. Dillman	
James Ryan	
Gerald B. McGlynn.
Elijah Duff	
H. S. Johnson	
N. S. Reynolds	
Patrick Murphy	
John Heden	
Jacob Addis	
Jacob Wilnski	
F. Servis	
Pedro Flores	
George Plaiser	
O. Cushman	
'Manuel Garcia	
Elijah Duff	
David Henshaw	
Thomas W. Smyth..
James Lore	
C. Barry	
A. Henshaw	
John Gray	
Jose Antonio Parada
Antonio Pinto	
Louis G. Locher. -
Michael Carroll...
Occupation.
Laborer	
For horse	
Recovering two mul es
and two horses.
Expressman	
Expressmen	
 do	
Expressman	
Hunting stray animals
Boatmen	
Cook	
 do	
Axeman	
Cook	
Axeman	
 do	
 do	
Packmaster	
Packer	
Assistant packmaster
Packer	
Axeman ,
Assistant packer	
 do 	
 do ,
Herder	
Foreman	
 do ,
 do	
Hospital steward	
Recorder ,
Carpenter ,
Interpreter ,
Stone mason	
Cook	
 do	
 do	
 do	
Axeman ,
, do ,
 do ,
 do	
 do	
 do	
 do	
 do	
 do	
 do ,
 do ,
 do	
 do	
 do	
 do	
Laborer ,
 do	
 do	
 do	
Packer	
 do	
 do	
Stone mason ,
Paekmaster	
Packer	
Axeman	
Cook	
Expressman	
Packer	
Cook	
Assistant packer...
Packer	
 do	
 do	
Blacksmith	
 do	
Period of service.
From-
1860.
Oct,      1
Nov.   1*
Sept. 23
Oct. 6
Oct. 29
Nov. 5
July 1
 do	
...do...
...do...,
July 24
July  1
...do....
...do...
...do...,
Aug. 29
July  1
...do....
...do....
July 16
July 1
...do....
...do...
...do....
...do....
...do	
...do....
...do...
do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
.do.
.do...,
.do....
.do....
 do —
...do....
...do....
...do...
.do....
.do....
.do	
.do....
...do...,
...do....
Oct. 1
...do....
...do....
.do....
.do....
.do...,
.do...
.do...
May
Oct.
Sept.
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Oct.
...do.
...do.
To—
1860
Oct.
28
a
o
Dec. 31
Oct.
Oct.
Or't.
Nov.
Sept.
...do.
3
10
29
6
30
14
...do.
July
Sept.
...do.
...do
...do
Aug.
Sept.
....do.
...do.
July
Sept.
...do.
....do.
....do.
...do
23
30
28
30
15
30
...do.
 do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
.do.
.do.
do.
do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
...do.
...do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
..do.
..do.
..do.
..do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do,
...do.
Nov.
...do.
...do.
27
Nov.
Dec.
...do.
Dec.
...do.
30
10
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
...do
...do
...do
Dec.
...do
30
18
4
25
20
03
28
2*
21
61
11
5
1
9
23
28
2
15
15
Rate of pay.
27
27
27
10
10
7
18
4
25
21
24
25
20
20
Per mo .
Per day
Each ...
Per mo .
...do...
Per day
...d>...
 do	
...do...
...do...
Per mo -
...do...
 do	
...do...
...do...
...do...
 do	
...do...
 do	
...do...
...do	
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
 do	
—do	
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
 do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do	
...do...
...do...
— do	
...do	
 do	
—do	
...do...
...do...
—do	
—do	
...do...
...do	
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
 do	
...do...
...do...
 do	
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do	
...do	
 do	
$40 00
1 00
3 00
50 CO
50 00
00
00
00
00
00
45 00
45 00
45 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
125 00
60 00
75 00
60 00
60 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
30 00
50 00
50 00
50 OO
50 0J
50 00
50 00
75 00
100 00
45 CO
45 00
45 00
45 00
45 00
45 00
45 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
60 00
60 00
60 00
100 00
125 00
60 40
40 00
45 00
60 00
60 00
45 00
50 00
60 00
60 00
60 00
100 00
100 00
Amount.
$36 13
2 50
12 00
700 00
175 00
61 60
22 00
5 00
1 00
4 00
135 00
135 00
135 00
33 40
90 32
120 00
120 00
375 00
116 00
80 00
,800 00
180 00
20 00
125 00
150 00
150 00
90 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
150 00
225 00
300 00
135 00
135 00
135 00
135 00
135 00
135 00
135 00
135 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
114 00
114 00
114 00
200 00
290 32
139 35
89 03
100 16
420 00
154 83
140 80
140 32
100 64
46 45
168 38
264 51
264 51
1859 16
NOETHWEST  BOUNDAEY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc —Continued.
Names.
John Smith	
John Maloney —
F. M. Hannon	
Pierre Labelle	
Enoch Compton .
James Graham ..
David Martin	
Justa Balencia	
Daniel P. Malson.
John Somers	
J. Taylor	
Period of service.
Occupation.
From-
To—
Michael Coon      Laborer
1860.
Carpenter    Oct.     1
Cook  do	
Packer  do	
 do  do	
 do  do	
 do  do	
  do	
Assistant packmaster. do	
Assistant packer  do	
Cook  do	
Assistant packer .. .. do	
.do.
Lewis Mellon	
Cho-ki-ee	
Jas. Ryan	
Rafael Daran	
Gerald B. McGlynn
G. Remond	
H. S. Johnson	
Michael Dougan	
Jno. Darcy	
H. Remond	
U. S. Reynolds	
Daniel Slane	
Jose Tapia	
Vitale Laporte	
Michael Langevine.
Raphaelle Bisson	
M. Foster	
Michael Torney j do
Jose A. Parada  do
Jas. McChesuey do
Pascual Camanes.
J. W.Dabbs	
Alex. Coutner	
Jaques Finley	
John O'Neill	
Robert Lightbody.
C. Robertson	
Wm. Barclay	
George Dacre	
Thomas Leonard..
James Courtney..
Martin Girler	
John E. Jones	
Alejo Talmente	
John Dooley	
Samuel Scott	
Joe. Nooksahk	
J. L. Boultbie	
D. Callum	
George Sheldon...
Charles Coone	
Thomas Campbell.
John B. Pambrun.
R. Burk	
Michael Price	
V. Surprenant	
Jos. Hollywood	
Chas. Balfour	
J. B. F. Sothoron..
1860.
Dec.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
.. do.
Oct.
Nov.
Dtc.
20
Packer  do...
Expressman    Oct.    22
Axeman    Oct.      1
Packer do	
Axeman  do....I Dec
...do  do do.
...do  do do.
...do  do    Dec
Cook  do    Dec.
Axeman  do do.
Laborer  do do.
Assistant packer  do    Dec.
Packer  do    Dec.
28
27
1
7
Axeman  do	
 do  do	
 do  do	
Packer I Nov.   10
.do....
.do....
.do....
Assistant packmaster I do	
Packer  do	
Cook    Oct.      1
Interpreter  do	
Axeman  do	
Foreman  do	
Axeman  do	
Assistant packer  do	
Axeman  do	
---do  do	
---do  do	
Carpenter  do	
Recorder  do	
Packer  do	
Axeman  do	
Packer  do	
Herder  do..!!
Cook  do....
Axeman  do	
---do \.'.~.'.&o'.~.~.,
---do  do...
---do  do...
Assistant packer t do	
Packer  do."
--■do ....do.
Axeman	
Assistant packer H
Steward	
Asst. to quartermaster
and commissary.
Packer I do...
do '-""!do!"
...do...
...do...
...do...
.. do...
Assistant packmaster.
...do	
Chainman	
Laborer	
....do	
Cook	
Jesus Flores	
H. Auty	
P. McGraith ...
H. J. Cady	
Jacob Addis	
Patrick Murphy
John Heeder	
F. P. Brougham
Henry Edgar    Herder I do
S. Bohannon    Foreman  do
J. D. Dillman    Axeman  do	
John Midgley    Foreman
 do.
 do.
....do.
....do.
....do.
do.
...do.
Nazaire Pariscault.. | Assistant packer |....do.
Dec.
....do
....do
Nov.
....do
 do
....do
....do
... do
Nov.
Nov.
....do.
Dec.
 do.
....do.
....do.
 do.
....do.
....do.
....do.
Dec.
Dec.
....do.
....do.
Oct.
....do.
 do.
 do.
....do.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
 do.
Nov.
Nov.
Dec.
Deo.
Dec.
....do.
 do.
Dec.
Dec.
....do.
 do.
....do.
....do.
 do,
....do.
 do.
16
17
7
30
20
30
15
27
31
o
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
o
til
i
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
15
19
n
30
31
25
31
31
CO
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
5
27
1
7
7
7
3
7
7
7
16
17
7
7
7
21
21
21
21
21
21
20
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2  8
2  8
2 15
2 27
2 I °~
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
1
15
19
19
26
Rate of pay.
Per mo.
....do...
....do—
....do...
....do...
....do...
 do.. .
Per mo.
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
 do...
Per day.
Per mo.
....do...
....do...
... do...
....do...
....do...
 do...
....do...
....do...
I....do...
....do...
 do...
 do...
 do...
!..-.do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
25
 do...
....do...
... do...
....do...
....do...
 do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
 do...
 do...
 do...
 do...
 do...
....do...
 do...
 do...
 do...
....do...
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..-.do...
 do...
 do...
....do...
....do...
— do...
....do...
....do...
-...do...
... do..,
 do..
 do..
 do..
....do..
 do..
.-..do..
 do..
--..do..
....do..
..-.do..
 do..
 do..
Amount.
$50 00
45 00
60 00
60 00
60 00
60 00
60 00
75 00
50 00
45 00
50 00
40 00
60 00
1 00
40 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
60 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
75 00
50 00
45 00
75 00
40 00
50 00
45 00
50 00
45 00
45 00
45 00
50 00
50 00
60 00
45 00
60 00
30 00
45 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
60 00
60 00
40 00
50 00
60 00
50 00
60 00
60 00
75 00
75 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
45 00
50 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
$132 25
119 03
158 70
158 70
158 70
158 70
158 70
198 38
132 25
119 03
132 25
105 80
158 70
5 00
76 00
121 93
89 03
89 03
89 03
83 87
100 16
89 03
89 03
125 80
152 90
89 03
89 03
89 03
35 00
35 00
35 00
35 00
52 50
35 00
75 00
150 00
80 00
112 90
101 61
112 90
101 61
101 61
101 61
112 90
112 90
149 03
129 17
172 25
86 12
45 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
51 66
90 00
98 00
65 33
93 33
120 00
150 00
168 38
180 00
225 00
225 00
112 25
120 00
120 00
135 00
135 00
150 00
120 00
150 00
150 00 NOETHWEST  BOUNDAEY  COMMISSION. 17
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued.
Names.
Occupation.
Thomas Whitney..
H.D. Carr	
Peter McManus	
W. H. Sanford	
Denis Donovan	
Charles J. Walsh...
James Clark	
Dwight Harding...
John Sheridan	
J. V. Wurde.nann ..
John Brien	
Archibald Campbell.
Do	
John G. Parke.
Do	
Deduct amount of
pay received from the
pay department U. '
S.   A.,   during the
above period.
Net pay	
G. Clinton Gardner
Do...	
Wm. J. Warren.
J. Nevin King..
John J. Major	
Edward Ross	
George Gibbs	
J. M. Alden	
James Nooney	
Joseph S. Harris .
F. Hudson	
Charles T. Gardner.
Henry Custer	
R.V. Peabody	
S. A. Irwin	
E. Freyhold	
Do	
George Suckley	
Do	
Do	
John H. Richard	
Thomas Egleston, jr
Wm. Simpson	
Do	
Packer	
Assistant packer...
Cook	
Packer 	
Recorder 	
Cook	
Packer	
Axeman. .	
Cook	
Recorder 	
Hospital steward..,
Period of service.
From-
Commissioner	
Personal expenses.
Chief astronomer and
surveyor.
Personal expenses...
Elliott Cowes	
J. R. Uhler	
Mary B. Cod wise	
Theodore  Gill
F. B. Meek....
Theodore Gardner
J. S. Newberry	
S. E. Hilyard ,
C.  B. R. Kennedy,
deceased.
H. Ex.
Assistant astronomer
and surveyor.
Personal expenses	
Secretary	
Quartermaster    and
commissary.
Clerk	
Asst. quartermaster..
Geologist ..i	
Artist	
Computer	
Asst.   surgeon   and
naturalist.
Assistant computer..
Assistant surveyor...
Topographer	
Asst. quartermaster..
Copyist -..-	
Coloring charts	
Draughtsman	
Report on Salmonidse.
Report on Ornithology.
Report on Mammals..
Nat.   History  drawing.
Geological Report	
Natural History	
Nat.   History drawings.
Nat:   History dravA
ings.
NaTiT History    drawings.
Copying Nat. History
Report.
Report on Fishes	
Services on Nat. History Report.
Drawings  of Fossil
Plants.
Report     on    Fossil
Plants.
Oom'g    observations
on eclipse.
Surgeon, (salary and
trans, account.)
Doc. 86 2
I860.
Oct.    1
....do...
 do...
....do...
....do...
 do...
 do...
....do...
....do...
 do...
 do...
1861.
Jan.     1
....do...
To—
1860.
Dec.   31
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do...
 do	
do.
.do.
Jan.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
do.
.do.
.do...
.do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
1861.
Dec.   31
...do...
.do.
.do.
Dec.   31
...do....
...do....
Jan.    15
Dec.
Jan.
Dec.
...do.
Oct.
Dec.
31
22
31
1
31
...do....
...do...
.do do....
.do    Jan.    15
July     1    July   31
o
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
9
12
12
12
12
ft
Rate of pay.
365
365
Per mo.
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
 do..,
 do...
Peran'm
Per day.
Per an'm.
Per day..
365
15
22
15
Peran'm.
Perday..
Peran'm.
Per mo..
Per an'm.
Per mo..
....do....
....do....
 do....
 do....
..-.do....
....do....
....do....
....do	
$60 00
50 00
45 00
60 00
50 00
45 00
60 00
40 00
45 00
50 00
50 00
3, 000 00
8 00
3, 000 00
8 00
Amount
$180 00
150 00
135 00
180 00
150 00
135 00
180 00
120 00
135 00
150 00
150 00
3, 000 00
2, 920 00
3,
2,
000
920
00
00
5,
1,
920
908
00
55
4,011 45
1. 800 00
1, 800 00
4 00      1,460 00
9 000 00      2, 000 00
150 00 72 58
Per mo.
1,200 00
100 00
150 00
100 00
125 00
150 00
125 00
125 00
325 00
150 00
125 00
1,200 00
70 96
1, 800 00
1,200 00
1,125 00
1, 800 00
1,500 00
1, 500 00
1,500 00
72 58
81 37
10 00
125 00
1C0 00
125 00
75 00
262 50
50 00
100 00
200 00
50 00
25 00
12 90
300 00
375 00
65 00
150 00
100 00
853 60 18 NOETHWEST  BOUNDAEY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursement on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
Names.
J. V. Wurdemann...
Denis Donavan	
J. B. F. Sothoron...
George Bunel	
George Farson	
Travelling expenses from Walla
Walla to San
Francisco.
J. B. F Sothoron	
Denis Donovan	
John Moloney
David Martin.
Occupation.
Assistant camputer.
...do 	
Period of service.
From-
1861.
Oct.      1
...do....
To-
1861.
Dec.   31
...do...
Copying clerl
Messenger...
Stone mason	
....do	
Nov.    6
1860.
Dec.     1
 do....
 do...
1860.
Dec.   28
1861.
Messenger I Jan.     1
Recorder  do	
1860.
Cook    Dec.   21
Laborer  do	
Nathaniel Eddy    Teamster.
.do.
John   Midgely    Foreman	
S. Bohanan    Axeman .
H. J. Cady    Packmaster	
H. Autry    Packer	
James Clark | do	
W. H. Sanford....
John Midgely	
S. Bohanan	
J. D. Dillman	
S. Harding I
1861.
Jan.
 do..
April
...'.do..
....do..
...do I do..
Foreman  do..
Axeman  do..
...do  do..
 do	
1861.
Sept. 30
....do...
1860.
Dec.   28
... do...
1861.
Jan.     4
R. Besson  do    April   1
J. Sheridan  do J do	
Do.
Nazaire
Cook    July
Mar.
....do.
Aug.
....do.
....do.
....do.
....do
...do
Aug.
Aug.
...do.
June
Sept
Aug.
31
12
Rate of pay,
3 I I Per mo.. $50 00
3    ....do.... 50 00
3 do  50 00
2    I Per week I 4 00
28    Per mo..      100 00
10
12
30
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
u
Periscault.. do    April
I
Daniel Slane    Packer    July     1    July
John Walcott  do  do...    do.
Henry Edgar    Axeman — do    July
James Plett    Laborer  do    Aug.
Denis Hamel  do  do  do.
John Gipson  do   do.... do.
Francis FreschettL. do  do do.
William Taylor | do | do    Aug.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
Aug.
...do.
Aug.
Aug.
...do.
...do.
31
1
8
1
	
1
1
S. H. Gilkeson	
C. Snedaman	
J. O'Brien	
J. H. Smith	
George Greigey	
Pablo Peralto	
Santiago Barrera. .
H. D. Carr	
Guadalupe Garcia.
Jos6 Maria Caman-
cho.
Charles J.Walsh.-
Patrick Murphy	
Denis Donovan	
J B. F. Sothoron...
J. D. Dillman	
Dwight Harding	
George Dacre	
Chas. J. Welsh	
Patrick Murphy...
John Heden	
Henry Edgar	
W. H. Sandford...
L. Landry	
Thomas Witney	
Pat. McGrath ,
H. J. Cady	
H. Autry ,
James Clark	
H. D. Carr	
J. V. Wurdemann ..
Peter McManus	
Do	
 do  do..
,..do  do..
Axeman     do..
Laborer  do.
Axeman  do.
Assistant packer  do.,
 do  do.,
Cook  do.,
Assistant packer  do..
 do  do.
13
1
Laborer  do
 do  do
Recorder do
Messenger  do
Axeman    Jan.
 do  do...
 do  do ..
Laborer [. do	
 do I do	
 do  do	
 do  do	
— do  do	
Expressman  do	
Packer  do	
Assistant packmaster. do
do  do
Packer  do
...do do
11
12
Sept.
....do.
Sept.
....do.
Mar.
....do.
30
31
Cook	
Recorder
Cook....
...do	
....do.
....do.
April
Jan.
....do
....do
 do.
....do
....do
....do.
 do.
....do.
..I do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
...do.
Sept.
Sept.
30
o
1 | Mar.   31
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
9
5
3
15
12
12
12
12
12
12
11
12
12
22
8
2
22
16
22
22
8
8
8
8
13
13
13
13
13
17
17
11
12
12
12
2
2
Per mo.
...do...
 do.
 do.
 do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
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50 00
50 00
45 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
75 00
60 00
60 00
60 00
50 00
45 00
45 0)
45 00
45 00
50 00
45 00
50 00
50 00
45 00
60 00
60 00
45 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
40 03
45 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
40 CO
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
60 00
60 00
50 00
50 00
45 00
50 00
50 00
45 00
Amount.
-3150 00
150 00
150 00
32 00
90 32
47 00
450 00
450 00
11 61
10 32
24 19
150 03
120 00
329 00
263 22
263 22
263 22
219 35
194 35
194 31
194 35
197 41
142 48
103 33
189 09
42 58
42 58
45 00
50 32
50 32
50 32
50 32
56 77
56 77
56 77
56 77
56 77
69 67
77 41
64 77
69 35
69 35
69 35
82 66
82 66
150 00
150 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
120 00
150 00
150 00
180 00
180 00
150 00
150 00
135 00
450 00
253 33
135 00 NOETHWEST  BOUNDAEY  COMMISSION.
19
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, fyc.—Continued.
Names.
Fred. P. Brougham
Nazaire Periscault..
John Sheridan......
Joseph Quick	
George Cook	
Michael Coon	
John Brien	
Pierre Petit	
Charlie	
George Ferris	
Francise Ege	
Wm. Cummiskey...
John Bird	
Daniel Mooney	
George Dacre	
Pat. McGrath	
Jas. D. Erwin	
Fred. P. Brougham
John Heden	
Martin Richerd	
W. S. Dempss	
Charles, (Indian) ...
Thomas Whitney...
Daniel Slane	
John Walcott	
Henry Edgar	
H. D. Carr	
Chas. J. Walsh	
Patrick Murphy	
Guadalupe Garcia -.
Jos6 MariaComanchc
Santiago Berriera...
Francis Frichette ...
John Gipson	
Denis Hamel	
James Flett	
Archibald Campbell
Do	
Elliott Coues	
John H. Richards-..
Philip P. Carpenter
Wm. B. McMurtie ..
John Torrey	
G. Clinton Gardner
Do	
Wm. J. Warren ...
John J. Major	
Joseph S. Harris	
Do	
John Cassin	
John G. Parke.
Do	
Deduct amount
Net amount	
Occupation.
Cook.
...do.
Period of service.
From—
1861.
Jan.     1
...do....
To—
1861,
Mar.
...do.
31
George Gibbs	
Henry Custer	
F. Hudson	
vj. M. Alden ,
J. B. F. Sothoron..
J. V. Wurdemann
Dennis Donovan...
William H. Orr....
Do	
...do  do.
Carpenter    April
Cleaning rooms    April
Axeman    Jan.
Hospital steward    Jan.
Boatman and guide ..   Mar
Canoeman do.
Laborer	
...do	
Packers' cook	
Packer	
...do	
Laborer	
Assistant packmaster.
Packer 	
Officers' cook I April
Laborer  do.
10
1
19
1
15
April
April
April
April
..-.do.
April
...do.
April
17
15
11
10
16
1
....do.
April
April
Mar.
Jan.
April
....do.
April
....do.
May
May
....do.
....do.
 do.
... do.
May
May
11
30
31
22
8
29
1
7
Shoeing four mules     July
Auctioneer
Expressman
Packer 	
...do	
...do	
Axeman.	
Cook	
June 15
April 1
....do...
....do...
...do...
....do...
July
July
June
June
....do
8
31
13
18
27
15
30
Laborer  do
...do  do.
Assistant packer
...do	
...do	
Laborer	
...do	
...do	
...do	
Commissioner	
Personal expenses	
Services on Nat. Hist.
Rep.
Services on Nat. Hist.
drawings.
Rep. on recent Mol-
lu-ks.
Drawings   for  Geol.
Rep.
Report on Botany	
Asst. astr. and surv'r.
Personal expenses	
Assistant secretary...
Clerk	
Assistant	
...do	
Nat. Hist, drawings ..
April
...do.
....do.
April
....do.
April
June
1862.
Jan.
...do..
10
..do.
|....do.
 do.
|....do.
....do.
 do.
 do.
 do.
... ....do.
16    do.
16 I do.
1862.
Dec.
....do
ll
31
401 hours 1
a
o
12
Chief astr. and surv'r
Personal expenses	
Jan.
....do.
....do.
...do.
...do.
July
Jan.     1
....do....
ca
Q
2
2
13
22
25
24
13
15
21
28
28
7
7
22
8
43
15
21
21
21
20
20
15
15
365
Dec.
....do.
...do.
....do.
June
Dec.
31
30
31
Dec.   31
.. do...
rec'd from pay dept. U. S. A. duri ng the ab
Geologist, &c	
Topographer 	
Computer	
Artist	
Copy clerk	
Assistant computer
...do	
Messenger	
...do	
Jan.     1
...do....
...do....
.do.
.do.
.do.
.do.
...do.
Mar.
May 31
Dec. 31
.-..do...,
Sept. 30
Mar.
Feb.
Dec.
Feb.
Dec.
14
28
31
28
31
12
12
6
6
12
ve p
5
12
12
9
2
2
12
2
10
365
Rate of pay.
Per mo ..
....do....
....do....
Per day..
Per mo ..
....do.-..
Per day..
....do....
Per mo ..
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do	
.--.do...-
$45 00
45 00
45 00
2 50
Per day.
Per mo .
....do...
 do	
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
....do...
Per an'm
Per day.
Per hour.
365
eno
14
Per an'm.
Per day..
Per an'm.
....do ...
Per mo ..
...do....
40 00
50 00
2 00
1 00
40 00
40 00
45 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
75 00
50 00
45 00
40 00
1 50
60 00
60 00
60 00
45 00
50 00
40 00
40 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
40 CO
40 00
40 00
40 00
3, COO 00
8 00-
50
1, 800 00
4 00
2, 000 00
1,200
150
00
00
150 00
Per an'm
Per day..
Per mo
...do..
...do...
...do..
...do..
...do...
...do...
...do...
...do..,
3, 000 00
' 8 00
150 00
125 00
125 00
100 00
50 00
50 00
50 00
40 00
50 00
Amount.
$135 00
135 00
135 00
5 00
3 00
96 77
35 48
50 00
24 00
17 33
20 00
31 50
46 66
46 66
49 03
91 93
36 66
56 93
80 00
16 00
1 50
64 50
150 00
380 00
180 00
135 00
150 00
120 00
120 00
135 00
135 00
135 00
106 66
106 66
100 00
20 00
3,000 00
2, 920 00
50 00
200 50
250 00
100 CO
100 00
800 00
460 00
000 00
200 00
900 00
900 00
160 00
~
3,
000 00
2,
920
00
5,
920
00
4,
546
78
1,
373
22
750 00
510 00
500 00-
900 00'
122 58-
100 00
200 00
80 00
500 00-* 20 NOETHWEST  BOUNDAEY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursement on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc—Continued.
Names.
Archibald Campbell
Do	
G. Clinton Gardner.
Do	
John G. Parke	
Wm. J. Warren	
John J. Major	
Occupation.
Commissioner	
Commutation of personal expenses.
Assistant astronomer
and surveyor.
Commutation of personal expenses.
Chief astronomer and
surveyor.
Secretary	
Clerk	
Period of service.
From-
To-*
o
3
1863.
Jan.     1
1864.
Mar.   31
15
Jan.
Mar.   31    15
es
456
456
Rate of pay
Amount.
Jan.
L.Waldecker	
E. Freyhold	
Joseph S. Harris.
Henry Custer	
Draughtsman.
Work on map
...do...
...do...
July
1863.
Mar.   31
1864.
Mar.   31
....do....
1863.
Aug.  22
15
15
Jan.     1
1864.
Mar.   31
Assistant	
Topographer I do 1 do.,
1863.
15
15
F. Hudson	
J. Wiessner
Denis Donovan
    Computer	
    Assistant computer.
Wm. H. Orr	
E. Freyhold	
TheodoreKolecki. -.
L.D.Williams	
James Graham	
*H. B. M. Boundary
Commission.
Archibald Campbell
Do Jg|
G. Clinton Gardner..
Messenger	
Draughtsman	
.. do	
...do	
Axeman	
Erecting initial monument.
Commissioner	
Personal expenses	
Assistant astronomer
...do.
Mar.   20
Jan.     1    May   31
1864.
....do    Mar.   31
Apr. 10 Jan. 31
Oct. 9 Mar. 31
Dec.     2    do	
15
9
5
3
2
1864.
Apr.     1
...do
...do...
Peran'm.
Per day..
Peran'm.
Per day..
20
280
Peran'm.
...do....
$3, 000 00 $3,750 00
8 00 3, 648 00
1, 800 00 2,250 00
4 00 1, 800 00
2, 000 00      2, 500 00
1.200 00      I, 500 00
Per hour
Per mo..
...do	
....do....
....do....
...do	
10   	
23 Per mo..
30    do	
13 ....do-...
to
150 00
125 00
36 28
375 37
2,250 00
1,875 00
125 00 330 64
125 00      1, 226 61
50 00 250 00
125 00
125*00'
40 10
and surveyor.
Do    Personal expenses do..
Wm. J. Warren    Secretary  do	
John J. Major    Clerk | do	
E. Freyhold    Topographer.(611 9-16
square inches.)
... do (443 hours.)
Draughtsman,   (1,373
hours.)
Assistant, (151£ hours.)
Draughtsman I Apr.     1
Messenger  do	
...do    Nov.     1
Topographer    Apr.    1
Do	
L. D. William
Joseph S. Harris.
Theodore Kolecki
William H. Oir ..
Do	
Henry Custer	
William H. Orr    Making fires  do    Apr.
L. D. Williams
J. Weissner
Draughtsman
Computer
Archibald Campbell    Commissioner
Do  do	
William J. Warren ■   Secretary
G. Clinton Gardner .   Asst. astronomer and
surveyor
Do  ... do	
W. H. Orr    Messenger
Moves Orr  do 	
L. D. Williams    Draughtsman, (1,317
Joseph S. Harris	
Edward Freyhold...
Do	
Do	
Theodore Kolecki...
Archibald Campbell.
Do	
William J. Warren .
G. Clinton Gardner.
3,000 00
8 00
I 1, 800 00
4 00
2, 000 00
1,200 00
1 75
1 25
1 00
1 00
125 00
50 00
60 00
125 00
10 00
125 00
125 00
3, 000 00A
8 OOt
2, 000 00
1, 8C0 00
4 OOt
60 00
hours.)
Assistant, (439 hours).
Draughtsman,   (232£
square inches.)
Draughtsman,     (716
square inches.)
Draughtsman,     (?4£
hours.)
Draughtsman,     (227
hours.)
Commissioner	
.. do	
Secretary
Assistant astronomer
and surveyor.
50
00
1 00
2 00+
i oed
790 00
1,366 00
717 74
495 97
96 77
3, 795 19
2,250 00
2,200 00
1,350 00
1,100 00
1,500 00
828 26
1,070 24
553 75
1,373 00
151 50
1,000 00
350 00
120 00
375 00
10 00
250 00
84 68
3,000 00
2,920 00
2,000 00
1,800 00
1,460 00
720 00
13 50
1, 317 00
439 00
465 00
716 00
* Salary.       t Commutation expenses.      J Hill-work.       § Woods, grass, &c.
1 25|| 93 12
1 25 283 75
3, 000 00* 3, 000 00
8 OOt 2,920 00
2, 0C0 00 2,000 00
1, 800 00* 1, 800 00
Lettering, &c NOETHWEST  BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
21
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
Occupation.
Period of service.
Rate of pay.
Names.
From—
To—
P.
o
1
68
1
Amount.
G. Clinton Gardner.
W. H. Orr	
Assistant astronomer
and surveyor.
Messenger	
1866.
Jan.     1
 do	
1866.
Dec.   31
....do....
April 21
Dec.   31
 do....
 do	
Jan.     3
12
365
io
Per day..
Per mo ..
Per day..
Per hour.
Per sq. in.
 do....
Per hour.
$4 00*
60 00
1 00
1 25t
1 00+
2 00§
1 25
$1, 460 00
720 00
Wm. Talbot.'.	
 do	
April 11
Jan.     1
....do....
....do....
1865.
Dec.     1
10 00
Edward Freyhold...
Do	
Draughtsman,   (717£
hours.)
Draughtsman, (77 sq.
inches.)
Draughtsman, (76 sq.
inches.)
Draughtsman,     (212
hours.)
Balance due from 1861
Phot, copies of maps,
&c, 3d qr. 1866.
Axeman	
908 68
77 00
Do	
152 00
Theodore Kolecki-..
265 00
Estate of C.B.R.Kin-
113 64
nerly.
Alexander Gardner .
332 00
John Crook	
1857.
Oct.    —
 do	
1857.
8*
7
4
5*
6
5
5
3
3J
5
6
84-
3
4
7
2i
2
3
3
14
20
20
14
3
3
3
3
18
47
3
Per day..
....do....
 do	
....do....
....do....
 do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
---.do....
....do....
....do	
....do....
....do....
 do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do.--.
....do....
....do....
.-..do....
....do ...
 do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
1 00
I 00
8 50
Michael Brown	
 do	
Nov.   —
....do....
....do	
....do	
Nov.   —
7 00
John Fitzpatrick	
James Sheehan	
....do	
....do	
 do	
...do.-.-
....do....
....do....
....do....
....do....
 do	
4 00
5 50
6 00
Freeborn G. Gardner
John Fitzgerald	
James Maloney	
....do	
 do	
 do	
5 50
5 00
5 00
Carl Blind	
 do	
 do	
....do....
 do	
Nov.   —
	
3 00
3 50
Thomas Cane	
 do	
 do	
Nov.  —
 do	
	
5 00
Wm. Campbell	
 do	
 do..
6 00
Chris. Martin	
 do	
 do	
....do....
 do	
 do	
8 50
Robert Schofield	
...do	
 do	
3 00
Wm. Vogel	
John Joyce	
 do	
 do	
4 00
 do	
 do.-
 do	
7 00
Laborer	
 do	
2 50
Sat-tauk	
 do	
 do..
2 00
Indian John	
 do	
 do	
3 00
La-harsh	
 do..
 do..
3 00
La-tawn	
 do	
..do.-
14 00
La-harsh	
 do	
 do..
20 00
Che-way-le	
 do	
 do	
20 00
Stu-tatle	
 do	
 do	
14 00
La-tawn	
 do	
Nov.  —
 do	
3 00
Ska-a-kle	
 do	
3 00
 do	
 do	
3 00
Bob	
 do..	
 do..
3 00
Sat-tauk	
 do	
....do...
Oct.    —
Nov.   —
ers in Oct.
1867.
Jan.     1
..  .do...
18 00
..do..
Nov.  —
and Nov.
1867.
Dec.   31
do
1857
12
47 00
Sam	
Expressman	
d for axemen and labor
Commissioner -
Commutation of personal expenses.
Chief astronomer and
surveyor.
Personal expenses	
Assistant astronomer
•and surveyor.
Secretary of Comm'r.
3 00
Amount disburse
245 00
Per an'm
Per day..
3, 000 00
8 00
Archibald Campbell -
Do	
3.000 00
2 920 00
John G. Parke	
1866.
Do	
Sept. 25
1867.
Jan.     1
....do....
 do	
Dec.   31
....do...".
....do....
...do...
12
12
12
462
Per day..
Per an'm -
Per day..
Per an'm.
Per mo ..
Per hour.
Per day..
Per hour.
	
8 00
1,800 00
4 00
2, 000 00
60 00
1 25
1 00
1 00
3 696 00
G. Clinton Gardner.
Do	
1, 800 00
1 460 00
William J. Warren..
2,000 00
William H. Orr	
 do	
..do..
720 00
E. Freyhold	
Lettering maps, &c,
(214 hours.)
Messenger	
Assistant, making report, (48 hours.)
Travelling  expenses
from Pottsville, Pa.,
to Washington and
return.
....do....
Feb.     1
May     5
June  29
Feb.   18
May   12
267 50
William M. Williams
Joseph S. Harris	
	
18
18 00
48 00
Do	
17 65
•
Commut;
ition expenses.       t Lettering, &c.
J Woods, grass, &c.       § Hill-work. 22
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued.
Names.
Occupation.
Period of service.
From—
To—
Joseph S. Harris	
Do	
Do i
Alexander Gardner .
Archibald Campbell.
Do	
John G. Parke	
Do	
G. Clinton Gardner.
i>o ;
William J. Warren..
William H. Orr I
William M. Williams
J. Von Gluemer	
Alexander Gardner.
1867.
Oct.
1
1867.
Dec.   15
.do.
do.
Magnetic report, (87
hours.)
Map   to   accompany
said report, (24 h'rs.)
Express   charges on   	
MSS.from Washington to Pottsville.Pa.
Phot, copies of maps.	
1868.
Commissioner    Jan.
Personal expenses do..
Chief astronomer and    do..
surveyor	
Personal expenses do..
Assistant astronomer   do..
and surveyor.
Personal expenses .... do do
Secretary of Comm'r. do do
1868.
Dec.   31
...do....
Mar.   31
-t3     I     32
>4
...do...
Dec.   31
12
Rate of pay.
Amount.
Per hour.
...do....
51 00
75
$87 00
18 00
9. 9.
)io
366
Per an'm.
Per day..
3,000 00
8 00
184 00
3,000 00
2,928 00
12
91
366
Messenger  do    Mar,
...do	
Draughtsman,
hours.)
Phot, copies of maps.
(232
April
Jan.
Dec.
Mar.
31
31
31
Jan.   17    Jan.   25
12
3
9
Per day..
Per an'm.
Per day. .
Per an'm
Per mo ..
 do...
Per hour.
8 00
1,800 00
4 00
2,000 00
60 00
60 00
1 25
728 00
1,800 00
1,464 00
2,000 00
180 00
540 00
290 00
157 50 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION. 24
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION,
Disbursements for contingent expenses of northwestern boundary survey from February 14,
1857, to December 31, 1868.
Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1857  $32,551 34
Total amount disbursed for the year ending I )ecember 31, 1858  24,957 65
Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1859  62,414 33
Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1P60  67, 978 11
Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1861  12,506 41
Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1862  1,263 78
Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1863  1,206 89
Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1864  1, 354 52
Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31,1865 — 1,235 57
Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1866  1, 358 53
Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1867  1, 468 54
Total amount disbursed for the year ending December 31, 1868  1,428 58
Total amount disbursed on account of northwestern boundary survey for contingent expenses
from February 14, 1857, to December 31, 1868, as appears from the records of the office of the
Fifth Auditor of the Treasury 209,724 25
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey for 1857.
To whom paid.
J. C.Woodruff..
Franek Taylor
J. & A. Henderson.
Nature of expenditure.
T. J. Haynes & Co.
Wm. Horr & Co	
Bosworth,     Martin
& Co.
Reynolds & Law...
Reynolds & Law	
William J, Warren..
FIRST QUARTER.
1 portable transit..
1 zenith telescope.
Amount.
2 Burritt's G-eography of the Heavens	
I Logarithmic tables	
Francoeur Geodesy	
Francoeur Astronomy	
Shortrede's Logarithmic Tables, 2 volumes, 8vo.
$425 00
585 00
2 50
2 00
3 75
2 75
14 75
3 cases for packing note-books, stationery, (fee	
Contingent expenditure for first quarter, 1857.
SECOND QUARTER.
For 32 half-barrels of clear pork, at $43	
For 19 boxes pilot bread, 1,369 pounds, at $9
For 23 barrels flour, at $12 75.
For 962 pounds Ames's hams, at 22i cents	
For 975 poundR Crushed sugar, at 19£ cents	
For 8 bushels white beans, 500 pounds, at 6 cents	
For 355 pounds Carolina rice, at 8 cents	
For 455 pounds Batavia coffee, at 18£ cents	
For 40 gallons vinegar, at 47i cents	
For If 8 pounds Bperm candles, at 50 cents	
For 300 pounds Hill's soap, at 8 cents	
For 5 bushels salt, 300 pounds, at H cents	
For 109 pounds dried apples, at 14£ cents	
For 162 pounds Chili peaches, dried, at 30 cents	
For 32 gallons sirup, at #1	
For 3 cases water crackers, 30 pounds each, 90 pounds, at 12 cents
For 3 cases assorted pickles, 6 dozen, at $4 50	
For 3 cases preserved fruits, 6 dozen, at $5 50	
For 6 cases preserved corn and tomatoes, 12 dozen, at $4 50	
For 1 case assorted spices	
For 3 cases cheese, 144 pounds, at 14 cents	
For 1 case French macaroni	
For 2 bags corn meal. 600 pounds, at 5 cents	
For 2 gross matches, at $1, $2; 1 dozen French matches, at $1 50
For 1 case English sauce, 3 dozen, at $4 50, $13 50; 1 pound
nutmegs, $1 25.
For 3 kegs molasses, 26 gallons, at $1 05	
For 2 cases (7 cans) butter, 160 pounds, at 35 cents.
For 6 bags hominy, 60 pounds, at ] 4 cents	
For 3 boxes sperm candles, 96 pounds, at 50 cents..
For 3 bags potatoes, 300 pounds, af l| cents	
For 2 bags onions, 150 pounds, at 10 cents	
For 15 pounds black tea, at 50 cents	
For amount, paid for commutation of subsistence in San Francisco of secretary, astronomei 's clerk, and 4 assistants, from
May 16 to June 17, 1857, 6 persons, 33 days, at $2 per day	
For amount paid for commutation of subsistence in San Francisco from May 21 to June 17, 1857, of I assistant 28 days. at$2.
For amount paid for commutation of subsistence in San Francisco of 6 employes from May 16 to June 21, 1857, 6 persons,
33 days, at $1 per day	
293 25
216 45
187 69
30 00
28
84
19
54
24
4
40
18
00
00
00
50
15 80
48
32
60
00
10
27
33
54
10
20
5
14
27
52
8
48
5
15
80
00
00
(0
25
16
50
30 00
3 50
75
30
50
40
00
25
00
396 00
56 00
198 00
Total.
81, 010 00
25 75
11 25
1.047 00
688 00
123 21
1.037 87
365 41
7 50
650 CO NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY   COMMISSION. 25
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
C.A.Bagley....
J. W. Raymond
John G-. Parke.
C. Clinton Gardner.
Archibald Campbell.
William J. Warren.
John J. Major,
C. B. R. Kennerly
Joseph S. Harris.
H. Custer.
F.Herbst.
William J. Warren.
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.
For 8 bottles olive oil, at 75 cents -	
For transportation of commissioner, chief astronomer and surveyor, commissioner's secretary, astronomer's clerk, 4 assistants, and 6 employ6s, (barometer and chronometer carriers
and instrument tenders,) from New York to San Francisco	
For freight on 17 cases instruments from New York to San Francisco 	
For porterage on instruments from Department of Interior to
Coast Survey office, Washington	
For travelling expenses from Washington, D. C, to Boston and
return	
For porterage on instruments in Washington, D. C	
For porterage on instruments in Washington, D. C	
For porterage on instruments in Washington, D. C	
For porterage and fare from Washington to New York	
For freight on 3 cases note books and stationery from Washington to New York	
For porterage on 3 cases, &c, in New York	
For transportation of barometers and chronometers to steamer
in New York	
For hire of boat for transportation of barometers and chronometers from Panama to steamer	
For actual expense in travelling from Salem, Oregon Territory,
to Portland, Oregon Territory	
For passage from Portland, O. T., to San Francisco, California.
For hack-hire and porterage to Washington depot	
For travelling expenses from Washington to New York	
For porterage in New York	
For freight paid on stationery case, &c, from Washington to
New York	
For porterage and hack-hire from hotel to steamer, per Aspinwall
For amount of commutation of subsistence in New York, 3 days,
at $2 per day	
For amount paid for porterage and coach to and from hotel in
New York	
For amount of commutation of subsistence on the isthmus, 1 day
For porterage and coach to cars in Washington	
For fare from Washington to New York	
For commutation of subsistence from Washington to New York,
and iu New York 5 days, at $2 per day	
For porternge and coach to and from hotel in New York	
For commutation of subsistence on isthmus, 1 day	
For porterage and coach to cars in WashiDgfon	
For fare from Washington to New York	
For commutation of subsistence between Washington and New
York, and in New York 5 days, at $2 per day	
For porterage and coach to and from hotel in New York	
For commutation of subsistence on the isthmus, 1 day	
For porterage and coach to cars in Washington	
For fare from Washington to New York	
For commutation of subsistence between Washington and New
York, and in New York, 6 days at $2 per day	
For coach and'porterage to and from hotel in New York	
For commutation of subsistence on isthmus, 1 day	
For porterage and coach to cars in Washington	
For fare from Washington to New York	
For commutation of subsistence between Washington and New
York, and in New York 5 days, at $2 per day	
For porterage and coach to and from hotel in New York	
For commutation of subsistence on isthmus, 1 day	
For porterage and coach to cars in Washington	
For fare from Washington to New York	
For commutation of subsistence between Washington and New
York, and 5 days in New York, at $2 per day	
For porterage and coach to aud from hotel in New York	
For commutation of subsistence on isthmus, 1 day	
For fare from Washington to New York of 5 employ6s, at |7 50.
For amount paid for porterage on baggage to depot in Washington, 5, at 50 cents each	
For amount paid for commutation of subsistence between Washington and New York and in New York 5 days each for 4, 3
days for 1—23 days, at $1	 26 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.      Total.
William J. Warren-
Continued.
C. B. R. Kennerly..
J. Nevin King
For porterage on baggage to and from hotel in New York, 5, at
$leaeh	
For amount paid for commutation of subsistence on isthmus, 6,
at$l	
For amount paid for steamboat fare from San Francisco to Benicia
For amount paid for expenses of subsistence in Benicia 1 day ..
For amount paid for steamboat fare from Benicia to San Francisco 	
A. N. Henriques	
Forbes & Babcock..
For fare from Benicia to San Francisco	
For fare from San Francisco to Benicia and return
For fare from San Francisco to Benicia and return
For freight on extra baggage of Coast Survey, sta ionery, notebooks, medical stores, &c, from Aspinwall to Panama. 1,587
pounds, at 10 cents per pound  	
For freight on 17 packages, (instruments,) from Aspinwall to
Panama, 80 feet, at$l 80 per foot	
$5
00
6
00
3
00
3
00
3
00
3
00
6
00
6
00
158
70
144
00
For freight on 17 packages, (instruments,) from Panama to San
Francisco, per steamship John L. Stephens, 80 feet, at $2,
$160, an d 5 per cent, primage, $8	
Freeman & Co | For freight by express on 12 tents and tent poles from Baltimore
and Newark to New York	
For freight by express on 12 tents and tent poles from New York
to San Francisco, 1,162 pounds, at 28 cents per pound	
15 00
325 36
A. M. Reyburn    For dray age and wharfage from sundry storehouses to lighter,
at Stewart street wharf, of subsistence supplies, 12i tons, at
$1 25 per ton	
For lighterage from Stewart street wharf to Ui.ited States steamer
Active, 12£ tons, at $3 per ton	
15 62
37 50
William J. Warren
For porterage on instruments to Washington —
For porterage on instruments to Philadelphia—
For porterage on instruments to New York	
For porterage on instruments to Aspinwall	
For porterage on instruments to San Francisco.
For freight between Washington and New York
John G. Parke.
For amount paid for transporting chronometers from Boston to
N»-w York, telegraphic despatch, 64 cents; passage ticket, $10;
hack hire, $1 10; n.eals, $1 75 	
For amount paid for care and rating 6 chronometers, at $2 each
H. Morrison, agent..I For transportation of 1 box containing public property from
Benicia to San Franeisco	
For transportation of 1 keg nails from Benicia to San Francisco,
and wharfage, cartage, &c	
William J. Warren..
2 71
1 00
7 85
75
1 00
4 10
13 49
12 00
1 25
1 50
For amount paid for dray age in San Francisco on instruments
to custom-house	
For amount paid for drayage in San Francisco on public property from stores to storeroom 	
For amount paid for drayage in San Francisco onoamp equipage
to sailraakers for repairs	
For amount paid for drayage in San Francisco on 1 keg of nails.
For amount paidfor drayage in San Francisco on public property
from storeroom to steamer I
For amount paid for drayage in San Francisco on instruments
from custom-house to steamer	
For amount paid for transporting chronometers to steamer	
For amount paid for transporting baggage of officers and employes of the northwestern boundary survey from steamer to
hotels, and from hotels to steamer Active	
For amount paid for key to padlock on stationery box	
3 00
1 75
62
50
5 25
3 75
3 00
18 50
50
S. F. Baird
For 1 pair leather panniers	
For 2 wooden chests, iron-bound	
For 7 copppr tanks, at $6 75 each	
For 3 iron wrenches, at 75 cents each	
For 4 gas inflating bags	
For 1 seine 10 feet	
For 1 casting net	
For fishing tackle	
For line-bags and lines	
For printed labels	
For 2 sheets parchment, at 75 cents each.
For needles and thread	
31 00
10 00
47 25
2 50
10 50
16 00 !
7 50
10 00
io oo !
7 00 !
1 50
1 00 (
S74 00
9 00
15 00
302 70
168 00
340 36
53 IS
17 41
25 49
2 75
36 87 wm
NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, fyc—Continued.
To whom paid.
S.F.Baird.—Cont'd.
S F. Baird
William Bond & Sons
A.P.H.11	
Taylor & Maury.. .■.
J. & W. Henderson..
George S. Gideon...
Nature of expenditure.
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
gauze for insect nets
landing net	
insect frames	
Amount.
50 sheets cork, at 10 cents each	
2,500 insect pins	
10 pounds arsenic, in cans	
brushes for same	
2 pounds tartar emetic, in cans	
50 pounds salt and alum, in 12 cans.
raw cotton	
small bottles	
small boxes	
2 dredges, at $5 each	
1 botanical press	
1 box water-color	
pencils	
R. Farnham.
William Wurdeman.
For 1 best sidereal chronometer, No. 188	
For 1 best sidereal chronometer, No. 235	
For 1 mean rdar pocket chronometer, No. 201	
For repairs, readjusting, cleaning sidereal chronometer, No. 2,475
For repairs to solar chronometer, No. 75	
For repairs to solar chronometer, No. 76	
For leather travelling cases for the above	
For 2 caskets prepared for sea transportation and camp use	
For 24 sheets backed elephant paper, at $1 38 per sheet	
For 24 sheets thick French tracing paper	
For 12 yards tracing cloth	
For 1 stationery box	
For marking and lettering the same.
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
at
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
st
For
Kor
For
For
For
For
Pi
For
For
For
P*
For
For
300 blank sheets for experiments of magnetic deflection	
300 blank sheets for experiments of magnetic vibration	
300 blank sheets for experiments of magnetic dip	
1 ream observations with zenith telescope	
2 reams vouchers, at $10	
making 72 note-books, I quarter each demi 8vo., at 50 cents.
half bindmg 3 vols. Meteorology, at 50 cents each	
half binding 1 vol. pub. doc, Report of Secretary of War...
half binding 1 vol. pub. doc. Indian Hostilities, western Ter .
half binding 1 vol. pub. doc. Indian Affairs, western Ter	
half binding 1 vol. Astronomical Tables '	
full binding 1 vol. quarto Geometrical Observations	
full binding 1 vol. Catalogue of Stars	
full binding 2 vols, extra, from Mexican Boundary Survey,
87 cents each	
makin g 1 portfolio, 30 inches by 30 inches	
1 memorandum book	
1 ream note paper, $2 50; 200 envelopes, $1	
1 memorandum book	
1 ream letter paper, $4 ; 12 field books, $4 50	
3 memorandum books, with alphabets, at 37^ cents.
1 long day book, $1 25; 1 small day book, 50 cents.
3 6-quire record books, at $3.	
3 4-quire blank books, at 374- cents	
2 pocket memorandum books, at 75 cents	
2 dozen packs blank cards, at $1 50	
2$ reams note paper, at $2 50	
700 envelopes, at 37£ cents	
250 white official envelopes, at 75 cents	
4 reams wrapping paper, at 50 cents	
1 8-inch transit theodolite,  with illuminating  apparatus
mds, &c.
1 6-inch transit theodolite, vertical circle	
2 sextants, at $115; 2 art. , at $40
2 Schmelcoldn compasses, with tripods, at $30	
1 5-foot steel ruler, $7 50; 2 German silver scales, at $6	
1 telescope, at $35; 1 at $26, and 1 at $8	
1 20-yard steel chain, $10; 1 10-yard steel chain, $8; 2 dozen
ns, $3.
12 turning heliotropes, at $2 50; 1 coll. eye-piece, $8	
1 beam compass, $9 ; German silver , $4	
4 new instrument cases, and packing, $35 ; cleaning and re-
lirs, $18.
10 outside boxes, $30; 10 tin cases, $40	
tools and materials, $22; 10 plummets, $13	
$0 75
3 50
2 00
5 00
7 50
3 00
1 25
1 50
20 00
1 00
4 00
4 00
10 00
4 00
5 00
1 00
275 00
275 00
300 00
45 00
25 00
25 00
65 00
23 00
12 00
6 00
4 50
1 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
10 00
20 00
36 00
1 50
75
75
75
75
1 25
1 50
1 75
5 00
37
3 50
38
8 50
1 12
1 75
00
12
50
00
87
63
88
00
330 00
300 00
310 00
60 00
19 50
69 00
21 00
38 00
13 00
53 00
70 00
35 00
Total.
$160 25
67 25
1, 033 00
33 12
110 00
43 62 28
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Wm.  Wurdeman—
Continued.
Farmer, Brace & Co.
For porterage of instruments from Topographical Bureau and
Navy Department.-
For porterage and transportation on 15 cases of instruments and
stationery from Washington to New York.
Amount.
Charles C. Reinhardt.
James Green.
Amsler & Wirz
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
1 dozen pen-holders	
1 gross pens	
2 note eases, at 62J cents	
$ ream alhambra note paper, at $2 50.
200 note envelopes, at 35 cents.
3 Tuck field books, at 75 cents.
i dozen memorandum books,
§■ dozen Faber's pencils, at 40 cents...
1 gross parchment envelopes	
1 dozen silk taste, assorted	
1 large pocket book	
300 government envelopes, at 60 cents.
at $2
1 case amputating instruments	
1 bullet forceps  .	
1 dozen elastic bougies, assorted	
i dozen elastic catheters, assorted	
i dozen silver catheters, assorted	
i dozen cupping glasseB, 75 cents; $ dozen cupping tinB, $1.-
1 self-injecting syringe, in box	
1 dozen penis syringe, metal    	
i dozen penis syringe, glass	
1 case scalpels, extra	
1 tooth-extractor sett  	
1 field tourniquet, extra  	
1 spiral tourniquet	
1 scarificators, $5; 2 thumb lancets, $ 1 50	
1 spring lancet, $1 25 ; 1 pocket case of instruments, $15	
1 case for safe packing	
3 English nautical almanacs for 1857-8-9	
2 English nautical almanacs for 1857-8	
6 small thermometers 	
I field glass, $16; 2 aneroid barometers, $32	
3 psychrometers	
4 compasses, with 2 Bockets to fit each |
6 barometers, in travelling cases	
12 extra barometer tubes, in 3 leather cases	
1 Dent's liquid boat compass	
1 5-inch surveyor's compass and staff point	
4 50-foot best tape measure ,
1 Voga's log tables, $2; 1 Davies'B Surveying, $1 25	
repairs and new case to barometer No. 790  I
12 yards India-rubber cloth for instrument covers	
3 pocket compasses, at $2 50 ,
3 pocket compasses, at $2 75	
1 small cistern barometer, No. 1022, $35; packing box, $1.
H. Rinneberg.
John Taylor..
For 2 pocket levels	
For two pocket tapes	
For 2 spirit levels	
For box of drawing instruments.
For stand for eye glasses ,
For making 2 tin boxes for stationery and field notes
For making 2 tin cases for maps and charts	
William Schmolz...
For 2 dozen glass jars, at $3	
For 2 dozen glass jars, at $2 50	
For H ream botanical paper, at $6	
For 1 case, 15 gallons, alcohol, at $1 30.
For 1 self-registering thermometer	
For 6 bull-eye lanterns ,
For 6 dozen paper pins ,
"For 2 small horn protractors	
For 2 large horn protractors	
For 2 pocket compasses, with covers	
For 1 pocket compass, with plane table b	
For 2 German silver dividers	
For 4 chain poles, with iron slide tubes	
For 2 small files	
For 1 plane table apparatus, tripods, &c	
For 2 pocket dividers, complete, in cases...
For 2 dozen table clamps	
For 4 wood boxes, with bottles for mercury
For 2 wood boxes, with artificial horizon	
$3 00
22 00
38
1 00
1 25
1 25
70
2 25
1 00
40
1 25
1 80
1 75
1 80
24 00
3 00
1 50
75
6 00
to
50
50
00
50
50
2 00
6 50
16 25
10 00
3 00
3 50
15 00
48 00
20 25
48 00
240 00
30 00
30 00
00
00
25
28
12
3
10 00
12 00
7 50
8 25
36 00
20 00
3 50
2 00
55 00
4 00
20 00
4 50
6 00
5 00
9 00
19 50
IE
50
00
D
18
1
Total.
$1,343 50
9 00
2 00
3 00
10 00
3 50
00
00
00
50 00
24 00
12 00
10 00
4 00
14 83
93 00
554 75
84 50
24 50
39 50 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION. 29
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
William Schmolz-
Continued.
McGregor & Anderson.
J. J. Le Count
Nature of expenditure.
D. S. Lord & Co.
For 20 pounds quicksilver, in 4 boxes	
For 4 pounds quicksilver, in artificial horizon	
For 1 packing box, with straps, for mercury	
For 2 packing boxes, with scraps, for artificial horizon	
For 1 camera obscura, complete	
For. 1 beam compasses rods	
For 4 squares	
For 1 drawing scale, 1-10,000 yard	
For 2 ivory protractors -	
For 1 Gamby sextant	
For 1 new index glass, for sextant	
For 1 horizontal glass, for sextant	
For 1 glass, fitted for a compass	
For 1 tin foil	
For 1 lamp feeder	
For 1 pouch, for drawing instruments	
For 1 soldering iron	
For 8 pounds soldering tin	
For 1 pound rosin, sal ammoniac, &c	
For 3 chamois skins	
For 1 dozen file handles	
For 2 bottles oil	
For 2 pair plyers	
For 1 pair shears	
For 1 saw and frame	
For 1 b nch vice	
For 2 grindstones	
For 12 files, assorted ..	
For 2 russet-leather covers, for 2 sextant boxes	
For 2 straps, 7 feet long	
For 2 leather covers, for 2 prismatic compasses	
For 2 straps, 3 f*-et long	
For 1 russet-leather cover, for plane-table tripod	
For 1 pouch, for plane-table board, &c 	
For 1 russet-leather cover, for sextant, with straps	
For 1 landscape mirror  	
For 6 gimlets, with hooks for barometers	
For 1 pouch, for drawing instruments	
For cleaning 2-day chronometers	
For storage and winding a 2-day chronometer	
For storing and winding a 2-day chronometer	
For 1 alarm clock	
For 2 gross steel pens	
For 1 gross card pens	
For 3 dozen sheets super-royal drawing paper	
For 3 dozen sheets medium drawing paper	
For 3 portfolios, sheep	
For 2 bottles pounce	
For 4 bottles mucilage, large, capped	
For 5 dozen Faber's lead pencils, hexagon	
For 1 dozen Faber's lead pencils, round	
For 6 large sticks hard India wax	
For 1 box crayons, $1; £ dozen stamps, at $2 50 per dozen...
For 1 box, 18 whole cakes, Newman's colors	
For 4 sable hair pencils	
For 2 sable hair pencils, porcupine holders	
For 2 dozen sticks mouth glue	
For 1 dozen ink erasers	
For 1 dozen rubbers, large, $2; 1 dozen rubbers, small, $1 25.
For i dozen demy memorandum books	
For i dozen memo' andum books, thick	
For i dozen demy memorandum books, thick	
For i dozen medium memorandum books, thick, English	
For i dozen medium memorandum books, thick, American	
For 2 solid sketch-books	
For 2 blank books, cap, quarto	
For li dozen blank books	
For 3 dozen sheets double elephant drawing paper	
For binding 7 volumes Nautical Almanac	
For making 12 portfolios	
For binding 2 volumes Sines and Tangents	
For binding 1 volume Logarithms	
For 1 ream onion-skin letter paper	
For 2 rulers	
For 6 bottles carmine ink	
For ruling and printing 600 blanks to order	
For 2 bottles panner and panner box	
For 6 d >zen pencils	
For £ gross ink, in stands	
Amount.
$30 00
6 00
4 50
8 00
50 00
3 00
4 00
15 00
7 00
75 00
18 00
10 00
8 00
4 50
7 00
20 00
5 00
5 00
9 00
Total.
9.5
13 00
2 00
16 00
10 50
16 00
7 50
2 50
2 00
7 00
1 25
3 00
18 00
1 25
4 50
4 00
$511 50
39 00
147 00 30 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, far..—Continued.
Amount.
To whom paid.
D. S. Lord & Co.
Continued.
Nature of expenditure.
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
ce
For
For
For
For
For
1 dozen India-rubbe:
500 envelopes, small
3 erasers	
dozen ivory paper
folden
&•>.
tream cap paper	
•J- quire blotting board  .	
i ream envelope paper	
ipound twine	
2 pairs scissors — -.	
2 tin paper cutters	
1 box waters and pins	
50 cloth-lined envelopes, $2 50; 1 banker's case
] 4-quire medium blank, $..; 1 Index, $1	
■J- ream commercial letter paper	
3 chronometer registers, ruled, printed, and bound to order..
i dozen knives, at $1 62 each, $9 75;  3 inkstands, at 50
nts, $1 50	
1 ream letter paper - -  	
1 note wrapper -.  --	
1 oak cash box, $4 50; 1 spool red tape, $1 50	
1 pair post office scales 	
200 envelopes --   •
H. Rinnerberg	
Archibald Campbell.
M. A. French...S
M. W. Galt& Bro.
For 1 zinc can, 3 feet long, 16 inches wide, for stationery box	
Paid for 1 copy Wheaton'8 International Law	
For 1 room for storing instruments, &c, in San Francisco, 3
weeks, at $5 - --•- 	
For i dozen albata table spoons   	
For $ dozen albata dessert spoons nm-  	
For i dozen albata tea spoons	
For i dozen albata table forks  	
For i dozen albata small forks 	
W.E.Jones	
J. Ottignon & Co
E. Bigelow	
W. McKenzie ...
C. Morrill	
For 12 improved conical tents and poles, at $37..
For packing, marking, and drayage on the same
Haynes & Lawton..
Edward Hagthrop ..
P. F. Kane	
For making 6 packing baskets for mess furniture, at $3 50.
For 100 gunny-bags  	
For 40,i heavy diiiling sacks -jK-  	
For 5 gallons sperm oil, at$l 65	
For 2 gallons sperm oil, at $1 65	
For i gallon sperm oil, at $ I 65	
For 2 1-gallon lamp feeders, at$l	
For 2 quart lamp feeders .-	
For 2 pairs lamp scissors  - -	
For I pound lamp wick  	
For 8 glass lanterns for camp use
For 45 tin canteens at 37i cents..
For 500 pounds cut nails	
For 6 stone chisels 	
For 1 lignum vitae mallet	
For 6 shovels 	
For 4 mortising chisels 	
For 1 patent balance	
For 1 dozen tent cords	
Blumenthal & Hirsch
Hubbard&Co....
Wm. J. Warren.,
For li dozen china cups and saucers, at $6	
For 3-J dozen china plates, $8 75; * dozen bowls, $1 12	
For i dozen salt-cellars, at $6, $1 50; £ dozen china bakers, at
$10, $5	
For i doz. large china dishes, $6; i doz. large china dishes, $4 50.
For i dozen large china dishes, $3; 1 dozen plated forks, $6	
For H dozen table spoons, $9; 1£ dozen tea spoons, $4 50	
For 3 dozen knives, $18; 3 dozen tumblers, $6	
For i dozen Britannia molasses jugs, $2 25; i dozen patent candlesticks, $9	
For 3 doz. carvers and steel, $11 25; i doz. butter-plate, 50 cents.
For 2 Britannia soup ladles, $1 50; 1 china soup tureen, $3 50 ..
For i dozen saucers	
For 4 sets of camp-kettles, containing cups and plateB, knives
and forks, spoons and frying-pans, at $15	
For amount paid for 1 oil-stone  	
For amount paid for 1 hand vice.   .SL	
For amount paid for 1 pair plyers, for cutting	
For amount paid for 1 pin-vice '
For amount paid for I screw-plate	
For amount paid for 2 hand files	
For amount paid for 2 half-round super files	
For amouut paid for 1 hand smooth-file	
For amount paid for 3 pivot files, each 15 cts., 18 cts., and 20 cts.
Total.
$1
50
Q
00
3
itni
00
3
00
75
Q
00
75
O
00
50
75
4
50
3
00
3
50
18
00
11
25
4
00
1
00
6
00
o
00
1
20
4 00
3 50
2 25
4 00
3 50
444 00
12 00
3 30
82i
2 00
1 50
2 00
$m
27 50
7 50
] 25
7 20
4 50
12 00
12 00
9 00
9 87
6 50
10 50
9
13
00
50
24 00
11 25
11 75
5 00
1 25
50
1 13
75
1 00
1 13
39
62
18
53
104 95
12 50
7 00
15 00
17 25
456 00
21 00
18 00
58 00
18 75
11 50
16 87
vo
111 62
60 00 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
31
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Wm.  J. Warren-
Gontinued.
Johnston & Reay...
W.   H.    Petty
Wright.
M. Lawlys
&
Jonas J. Clark & Co.
John F. Schafer
Eugene Kelley & Co.
C. H. Meade.
Nature of expenditure.
For amount paid for 1 half-round r'f file	
For amount paid for 1 round file	
For amount paid for £ pound wire	
For amount paid for file handles	
For amount paid for 1 agate cap for needle of magnetic theodolite
For 6 pint dippers	
For 3,iron kettles, $4 50; 9 zinc wash-bowls, $4 50	
For 3 coffee filters, $8 25 ; 3 large coffee boilers, $3 75 ,
For £ dozen large forks, $1 25; £ dozen spoons, $2 25	
For 3 iron ladles, $1 50; i dozen graters, $1	
For 3 small bake-ovens, $6 75; 3 medium bake-ovens, $7 50	
For 1 laige bake-oven, $3 ; 6 coffee-mills, $6	
For 6 gridirons, $6; 3 porcelain pans, $3 75	
For 3 large frying-pans	
For 2 square tin boxes	
For 3 cruet boxes	
For 1 gallon turpentine  	
For 4 marking brushes'.	
For 1 pound lampblack	
For 1 marking pot	
For 1 oil can	
For 6 4-breadth pans	
For 1 dozen sheath knives	
For 1 dozen knife sheaths	
For- 3 round pans	
For 6 round boxes	
For 2 blo'ck tin tureens	
For 1 packing box	
For cartage	
For 4 tarpaulin covers, 468 yards	
For 25 pack covers, 184 yards	
For 18 yards, ravens duck	
For altering tents, 2£ days' labor	
For covering 1 medicine chest with heavy canvas	
For covering 1 medical instrument case with heavy canvas	
For covering 2 portable writing desks with heavy canvas	
For 2 leathern covers for telescopes	
For 1 leathern cover for telescope	
For 6 sole-leather panniers	
For 1 pair leathern pack straps and braces for panniers	
For 4 leathern straps, 2 inches wide, 5 feet long	
For 2 dozen camp stools, at $12	
For 6 camp tables	
For 2 camp mattresses	
For 2 camp cots	
For 2 pieces crash, 16£ yards -,
For 1 piece sheeting, 38 yards	
For 1 bolt red flannel, 25i yards	
For 100 saddle blankets	
For 3 calf-skins	
For 5 California riding saddles, at $26	
For 5 California riding saddles, at $22	
For 10 pounds mule shoe nails..
Paid for prepaid postage stamps
Geo. C. Johnson & Co
Post office,  Washington city.
Little & Co I For 1 pound calomel	
For 10 pounds castile soap
W. H. Wood
A. J. Plate
For 1 walnut medicine chest ,
For 1 pound sirup ipecac	
For 1 roll isinglass plaster	
For 3 ounces powdered opium	
For 1 ounce caustic potass	
For 2 ounces collodion	
For 1 dozen seidlitz powders	
For 2 pounds sago	
For 1 tin funnel	
For 1 pound extract copaiva, (cubebs).
For 1 dozen opodeldoc	
For 1 bag No. 10 shot	
For 2 bags No. 9 shot	
For 1 bag No. 7 shot	
For 2 bags No. 5 shot ,
Amount.
9 00
12 00
3 50
2 50
14 25
3 00
6 00
4 50
3 50
196 56
77 28
3 60
15 00
00
24 00
28 50
9 00
7 GO
2 06
6 84
7 07
125 00
7 50
130 00
110 00
2 75
3 00
18 00
1 50
1 50
3 00
25
3 00
6 00
3 00
6 00
Total.
$8 27
117 50
292 44
15 97
372 50
5 00
50 00
5 75
36 OO 32 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc—Continued.
A. J.Plate—Cont'd..
Wm. Ashfield
R. V. Peabody
Steamer C. Brown.
J. Nevin King.
George Gibbs.
For 2 bags No. 3 shot	
For 2 bags BB shot	
For 2 bags buckshot	
For 6 boxes Baldwin's patent wads .
For 1 gross wire cartridges, assorted
For 1,500 Ely's percussion caps	
For 10 pounds lead	
For 18 pounds gunpowder	
For putting 12 brass straps on medicine chest.
For 11 pounds rope	
For 2 bundles cord	
For 1 geolog cal hammer	
For 4 small dead-traps	
$6
00
6
00
6 00
1
75
10
00
4
50
1
50
15
75
6
00
1
65
3
00
-fig
50
50
Total amount disbursed for contingent expenses for second
quarter, 1857	
THIRD  QUARTER, 1857.
For services of 7 Indians as packers and canoemen, from 25th
August to 3d September, inclusive, at $1 each per day	
For services of 1 Indian as packer, &c, from 26th August to 3d
September, inclusive, at $1 per diem	
For hire of 2 Indian canoes, 4 days each, between 25th and 31st
August, at $1 per diem	
For Indian Tom, for labor	
For Indian Tom, for labor, 3 days, at $1 per day	
For fish, &c, for Indians on Frazer's river	
For canoe hire on Frazer's river	
For Indian Tom, 8 days' labor at Fort Langley, at $1 per day.
For Indian , 3 days' labor at Fort Langley, at $1 per day.
For provisions  	
For old man at Fort Langley...
For canoe hire on Sumrni river,
For paddles for canoe, 50 cents and $1 25	
For dried salmon for subsistence	
For Sumat chief, hire of self and canoe, 2 days, at $2 per day	
For steward at Fort Langley	
For Indian Tom, for labor, 2i days, at $1 per day	
For I' dian Jim, for labor, from August 4 to September 14, 42
days, at $1 per day	
For 2 Indians and canoes	
50 cents; 2 mats, 50 cents.
at Vancouver, W. P.
For transportation of J. Nevin King, acting quartermaster for
N. W. B. survey, from Vancouver, W. P., to Portland, O. T.,
and returning to Vancouver, W. P., July 23 and 24, 1857	
For transportation of J. Nevin King, acting quartermaster for
N. W. B. survey, from Vancouver, W. P., to Portland. O. T.,
and returning to Vancouver, W. P., July 25 and 27, 1857	
For transportation of J. Nevin King, acting quartermaster for
N. W. B. survey, from Vancouver, W. P., to Portland, O. T.,
and returning to Vancouver, W. P., July 28 and 29,1857	
For lodging, July 21, }
dging, July 22, v«
For breakfast, July 23, }
For supper and lodging, July 23,
For breakfast and dinner, Ji
For supper, July 24, at Vancouver, W. P.
For supper and lodging, July 25,     )
For board and lodging, July 26,       > at Portland, O. T	
For breakfast and dinner, July 27, )
For supper and lodging,      ?     pnrtiariri n T
For breakfast and dinner,   J at ^ortlan(1> °- T	
For hire of horse to ride from Vancouver to Portland	
For ferriage of self and horse over Columbia river slough
For ferriage of self and horse over Willamette river ,
For supper and lodging,      ?
For breakfast and dinner.   >
For cash paid on account of drayage.
For one packing box	
For board and 1 dging, July 2i
uly24, } at Portland, O.T.
Portland, O. T.
For hire of canoe at Bell'n bay	
For venison at Bell'n bay	
For hire of b at at Port Townsend	
For breakfast	
For provisions for boat's crew and self.
For Indians, hire	
For guide overland to Port Townsend.
For 2 meals at Port Townsend	
$53 75
28 40
13,986 95
87 00
■78 S»
23 60 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Geo. Gibbs—Cont'd.
For lodging at Port Townsend
For salmon*	
Edw'dD. Warbass..   For 274 pounds fresh beef, at 20 cents per pound.
William H. Orr | For 76 chickens, at.62i cents each	
For 3 turkeys	
For 3 bushels wheat	
Wilson,
&Co,
Wakefield
Ladd.
Lieut. R. Macfeely
Thos. James Skinner
W. H. Newton
Hudson Bay Co
J. P. Keller	
W.K.Lear	
John Leonard ..
For 12 boxes prunes	
For 2 boxes raisins	
For 15 pounds chocolate, $6 75 ; 9 pounds currants, $3 60.
For 1 b.ix vermicelli, $8; 3 boxes macaroni, (25 pounds,) $22 50.
For 40 pounds cornstarch, $12; 6 half-barrels corn meal, (528
pounds,) $36 96	
For ldozen bottle* currant jelly, $8; 2 dozen bottles olive oil, $14.
For 2 dozen bottles assorted jellies, $15; 1 dozen bottles English
pickles, $6	
For 2 dozen bottles English mustard,   $7 50;  2 dozen bottles
Worcestershire sauce, $12	
For H dozen bottles black pepper, $4 12; i dozen bottles Cayenne pepper, $4	
For 1 dozen Tormal's catsup, $4 50;
For i dozen bottles Vanilla extract, $225; I doz. bottles farina,$4 50
For $ dozen bottles cinnamon,
$8 63	
For 1 dozen bottles French mustard
For 3 dozen cases freBh apples in tins, for marmelade, at $4 75
per case	
For i pound alspice, 23 cents ; 1 pound nutmegs, $2	
For 1 pound carbonate of soda, 25 cents; 3 dozen boxes Seidlitz
powders, $ 16 50	
For 30 pounds split pease, $3 75; I iron sieve, 75 cents	
For 7 sacks coffee, (694 pounds).
For 10 sacks coffee, (351 pounds).
For 3 barrels Carolina rice, (900 pound.-).
For 14 sacks table salt. (700 pounds).
For 7 half-barrels Sandwich I land sugar, (1.420 pounds).
For 2 barrels crushed sugar. 349 pounds,       }r»,n „ „   ,.  „4 m
n     1 v. i.i,       i        u  V mi    (710 pounds, at 20
I* or 1 half barrel crushed sugar, 111 pounds, ^   »m    „   '     ■,
t-,     ,ni„ u   i r>cA a       ' v cents per pound...
For 10 boxes crushed sugar, 250 pounds,       ) *    *
For 1 barrel Sandwich Island sirup. (46k gallons)	
For cartage from store to steamer Active.
For 966 pounds hard bread
For 19 19-32 bushels beans
For 162i
For 210 pounds sperm caudles
For 385 pounds sperm candles
For 645 pounds sonp
For 387 pounds dried apples
For 59 pounds fresh beef
For 12 head of sheep, at $8 each
For 38li pounds fresh beef.
For transportation of beef from Fort Langley to Simiahmoobay.
For
Fo
For
For
For
W. K. Lear
Peabody.. 34 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued
To whom paid.
R.V. Peabodv—Cou.
Nature of expenditure.
For salmon and potatoes	
For salmon and potatoes	
For 6 salmon	
For ducks.:	
For salmon, 25 cents; potatoes, $1 50	
For ducks, 60 cents ; potatoes, 50 cents	
For 1 barrel cranberries, $5; clams, 50 cents
For ducks	
For salmon and potatoes	
For 6 salmon	
For grouse, salmon, and potatoes	
For cranberries	
For fish	
Amount.      TotaL.
$2 25
1 25
1 00
75
I 75
1 10
5 50
1 00
5 50
1 00
1 75
50
1 CO
Trevett& Co.
J. P. Keller...
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
217 feet lumber	
514 feet white-pine plank
882 feet joist, 3X6 inche
779 feet joist, 3X4 inche
24,198 feet 1-inch boards	
1,358 feet 4X4 inch scantling
5,514 feet 3X4 inch Bcantling
2,754 feet 3X6 inch scantling
21 feet long
26 feet long
6,202 feet battens, (running measure)
54,000 shingles	
35 windows, 8 X 10	
1 box, 8 X 10 glass, (90 feet)	
R. V. Peabody
John G.Parke	
J. C.Van Rensselaer.
S. Marsh	
Seymour <fc Joy:
For 1,000 shingle;
For 4,000 shinglei
20 56
17 64
15 58
387 17
21 72
88 22
44 06
62 02
324 00
122 50
9 50
8 00
32 00
For freight on 1 anchor
For 6 cork knives	
For 3 handsaws	
For 12 open rings	
For 6 hasps and staples
For 6 wood stoves 	
For 3 No. 6 cooking-stoves	
For 1 No. 8 cooking-stove	
For 65 joints stovepipes	
For 20 elbows stovepipes	
For 10 protectors for stovepipe:
For 6 meat forks	
For 18 brass candlesticks	
For 6 large wash-basins	
Trevett & Co.
J. H. Finegan
Philip Keach
For 1 anvil, $28 44 ; 1 pair blacksmith bellows, $28	
For 1 box glass, 10 X 12, $4 50 ; 2 double 14-inch pat. blocks, $24.
For 2 single 15-inch pat. blocks, $16; 1 iron-straped leading block,
$8 50 ji	
For 700 pounds cut nails, $47 25: 204 pounds manila rope, $44 88.
For 6 wood buckets, $4 50; 3 gross matches, $7 50	
For 3 dozen yeast-powders, $15; 1 dozen brooms, $6 50	
For 5 40 gallon water casks, $17 50; 20 10-gallon water kegs, $50.
For 11 bushels potatoes and sacks, $23 75 ; 2 froes, $7	
For 4 log chains, heavy, $28 ; 6 cant-hooks, $36 	
For 1 long auger, $4 ; 316 pounds bar iron, $28 44	
For 1 sledge and 2 hand hammers, $3 75; 2 pairs blacksmith
tongs, $3 1 |
For 6 files, $6 ; 1 pound borax, 75 cents I
For 6 brush scythes, complete, $24; 1 dozen H. S. files, $2 50	
For 1 dozen H. S. files, $2 75 ; 1 dozen mill fileB, $11	
For 1 spirit level, $4 ; 3 pieces bleached muslin, $16 94	
For 1 set firmer chisels, $6 ; 1 oil-stone, 56 cents	
For 1 rabbet plane, $2 35; 6 wood rasps, $6	
For 1 gross assorted screws, $1; 1 dozen hemp tent cords, $7	
For 3 dozen butts and screws, $7 50; 3 dozen door-handles, bolts
and screws, $21	
For 1 dozen sheath-knives, $5; 1 T bevel, $1 50	
For 1 hardy, (tor anvil,) $2; 3 swages, $6	
Fori dozen C. lines, $2 50; 1 frame chisel, $1	
For 6 butle rings, $6 72; 4 mattocks, $24	
For 1 vise, 62 pounds, $17 36; 28 pounds cast-steel, $7	
For 6C0 pounds butter, $255; 7 kegs for same, $14 i
For drayage of 6 loads	
For 2 reams tissue paper
For 10 yards tailatan	
For 1 arm-chair for office
9 00
6 00
1 00
102 00
75 00
35 00
48 75
15 00
3 75
3 75
13 50
6 00
56 44
28 50
24 50
92 13
12 00
21 50
67 50
30 75
64 00
32 44
6 75
6 75
26 50
13 75
20 94
6 56
8 25
8 00
28 50
6 50
8 00
3 50
30 72
24 36
269 00
6 00
3 00
2 50
For 1 funnel	
For 1 quart measure
$40 35
6 511
112 97i
40 00
2 001
4 75
16 08
302 7">
■ > i
25 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
35
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.
Philip K.each.
For 1 gallon measure
For 2 rat-trap 8	
For 2 mouse-traps ..
For 20 pounds lead..
For 1 bed-pan	
Hudson's Bay Company.
For 84 pounds white lead	
For 56 pounds black paint	
For & dozen assorted paint brushes	
For 1 pound lint, (for surgical purposes)	
For $ pound tincture myrrh, (for surgical purposes)
For 1 jack-plane iron   ,
For 10 pounds ball shot	
J. P. Keller.
For 15 gallons boiled linseed oil	
For 10 gallons spirits of turpentine
For 3 pounds linseed powder	
For 1 washbasin	
For 1 bedpan	
Forbes &Babcock.
John F. S chaffer
Verplanck & McMul-
liu.
For 50 tons coal, at $16 .
For lighterage, $1 50 per
ton.
For 5 single moss matressei
For 4 single moss pillows .
For 4 single hair pillows . -
Tubba &. Cc
28; 5 barrels flour, $70 ,
sugar, $110 77 ;. 434  pounds  butter,
For 332 pounds hams, $7'
For 583 pounds crushed
$173 60	
For 60 tins herring, $10 50;  103 pounds dried apples, $16 99	
For 6 brooms, $4 50; 300 pounds Java coffee, $60	
For 36 pounds chocolate, $18 ; 2 dozen currie powders, $11	
For 10 pounds citron, $5; 25 pounds currants, $11 25	
For 162 pounds crackers, $25 92; 156 pounds ginger-snaps, $28 08 .
For 12 bottles tomato catsup, $4; 1 pound cinnamon, $1	
For 12 bottles capers, $6 50; 1 barrel cornmeal, $9	
For 73 pounds cheese, $18 25 ; 12 bottles extract vanilla, $3 50 ..
For 47 pounds figs, $9 40: 24 pounds isinglass, $48	
For 12 tins currant jelly, $15 ; 240 pounds hominy, $43 20	
For i dozen Bath brick, $2; 200 pounds lard, $56	
For 12 tins lobsters, $7; 2 dozen mustard, $10	
For 4 gross matches, $6; 4} barrels mackerel, $28	
For 4 pounds nutmegs, $6; 2 dozen olive oil, $15	
For 6 bottles orange water, $6; 3 dozen tins oysters, $33	
For 6 bottes pickled walnuts, $3; 24 bottles pepper, $6	
For 24 bottles pickles, $12; 78 pounds prunes, $23 40	
For 48 tins pease, $30; 24 tins quinces, $18	
For 4 boxes raisins, $32', 195 pounds rice, $15 60	
For 6 boxes soap, $12; 8 gallons sirup, $10	
For 24 boxes sardines, $12; 6 bottles marjoram, $1 50	
For 36 bags salt, $9 ; 66% pounds tea, $66 67     	
For 1 dozen truffles, $27 ; 36 smoked tongues, $27	
For 48 tins turkey, $48; 3 dozen tins whortleberries, $15	
For 3 dozen yeast powders, $12; 3 boxes macaroni, $18	
For 24 bottles Worcestershire sauce, $15 ; 2 bushels white beans,
$12	
For 24 tins string beans, $15; 24 tins apple marmalade, $24	
For 24 tins peaches, $18 ; 26 tins tomatoes, $18
For 1 box vermicelli, $6; 10 gallons vinegar, $5 f
.   For 100 pounds zinc paint, $13: 6 paint brushes, $4 50; 1 knob,
$1 50 •	
{ For 2 bell slides, $7 50;   6 cranks, $2 25; 1 mortise, $1 50; 5
gallons oil, $10	
For 3 gallons turpentine, $3 75;  100 pounds paint, $13; 5 pounds
litharge, 75 cents	
Fori coffee-mill, $2; 1 ladle, $1; 1 coffee-pot, $2 25; 25 pounds
yellow paint, $3 25	
j For 10 gallons oil, $19; 2 gallons turpentine, $2 50; 1 gallon tar
oil, 1 75 !
j For 200 pounds paint. $26; 25  pounds black paint, $2 50; 26
pounds lampblack, $3 25 .'	
For 5 pounds litharge, 75 cents;  2 cans Prussian blue, $3; 50
pounds soda, $6 25	
For 3 dozen brooms, $13 50 ; 1£ dozen scrub brushes, $11; 10l£
yards cotton duck, $25 37	
For 2 sail needles, 75 cents; 6 palms, $2; 9 pounds twine, $4 05; j
6 awls, 37 cents j
For 26 pounds belting leather, $13; 356 pounds manila rope, j
$49 84 ; 37 pounds manila rope, $5 55	
$1 00
1 50
1 00
4 00
2 75
Total.
13 44
7 00
3 00
1 20
48
75
1 25
22 50
25 00
1 50
63
3 00
801 81
75 00
25 00
4 00
6 00
147 28
284 37
27 49
64 50
29 00
16 25
54 00
5 00
15 50
21 75
57 40
58 20
58 00
17 00
34 00
21 00
39 00
9 00
35 40
48 00
47 00
22 00
13 50
75 67
54 00
63 00
30 00
27 00
39 CO
m oo
11 co
19 00
21 25
17 50
8 50
23 25
31 75
10 00
49 87
7 17
68 39
$10 87
27 12
52 63
876 81
35 00
1,460 91 36 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued
To whom paid.
Tubbs & Co.—Continued.
John McGlashan &
Co.
S. B. Sherwood	
Nature of expenditure. Amount. |    Total.
—
For 112 pounds hemp rope, $19 04; 30 pounds ratline stuff,
$5 10; 30 pounds spun y-u-n,$5 40 :     $29 54
For 29 pounds marline, $7 25; 6 oars, 100 feet, $16; 200 pounds
junk, $15; 6 lanterns, $21 I       59 25
For 15 gallons lamp oil, $18 75; 2 bottles sweet oil, $1 50; 1
p lir halliards, $4; 1 log-line, $2  26 25
For 10 fishlines, $6; 6 dozen fishhooks, $1 50; 25 yards flaunel,
$10 j       17 50
For 50 pounds cannon powder, $13; 63£ gallons lard oil, $il 1 12;   j
200 pounds wa«te, $30           154 12
For 250 poundB tallow, $32 50; 12 lamp chimneyB, $3; 12 Pett
lamps, $4 50; 6 shovels, $12  52 00
For 6 coal baskets, $4 50; 4 dozen  Iampwicks, $1; 50 pounds
red lead, $7 50  13 00
For 100 pounds white-lead. $12 50; 1J dozen files, $14 25; 2
sqnirt cans, $2; H dozen brooms, $2 25  31 CO
For 4 whitewash brushes, $8; 13 pounds wicking, $5 85; 30
pounds quicksilver, $28 50 i       42 35
For 1 wrench, $2 5): 52 pounds gum-elastic, $36 40; 75 pounds
packing, $30 ; 1 dozen hammer handles, $3 50 |       72 40
For 12 pounds soda, $ I 50; I box soap, $2; 1 gross matches,
$2 ; 4 pounds paint, $1 50 ; 7 03
For 5 pounds emery powder, $1; 1 pound potash, $1; 32 pounds  j
felt, $8 I       10 00
For 32 pounds leather, $11; 1 thermometer, $1: a barrel lime,
$4    \"%m.      16 °°
For 5 gallons turpentine, $6 25; 60 pounds ca.it iron borings,   i
$2 40 ; 10 pounds copper, $5 I       13 65b
For 1 gallon varnish, $4 50; 8 pounds boat nails, $2; 52 pounds
cu1 nails, $4 68 j        11 18
For 1 globe lamp, $3 50; 2J pounds copper nails, $1 87 ; 10 papers brass screws, $18 75  24 12
For 6 papers iron screws. $3 75; 1 wooden vise, $2 25; 1 screw-
wrench, $3 50  9 50
For 1 dozen pair hinges, $9; 4 papers brads, $1 ; 6 locks, $4 50. 14 50
For 15 poui.ds yellow metal, $6; 2 pounds copper metal, $1; 4
boat-hooks, $5 -. j       12 00
For3 files, $2 25; 3 planes. $4 50; 3 poundB brass wire, $3; 1  |
gallon neat's-foot oil} $2.  11 75
For 5-12 dozen carpenters'pencils, $1 25; I nail hammer, $1; 1
set bits, &c. $7. j 9 25
For 3 augers, $2 25; 1 adze, $4 ; 5 chisels, $2 50; 2 screw-drivers,
$1 5U;  I rule, $2 50  12 75
For 1 tapeline. $2; 1 pair dividers, 75 cents; i dozen saw files,
$1; 1 ra p, $1  4 75
For 2 gauges, $1 53; 1 pair plyers, $1; I pair pincers, $1 25 ; 1
rabbet plane, $1 75    5 50 1
For I chalk-line, 51 cents ; 3 gimletj, 75 cents; 1 hatchet, $1 50;
1 grindstone, $4  6 75
For 2 riveting hammers, $2; 2 tin kettles, $6; 6 tin pans, $9  17 00
For 3 dozen tin pots, $8 25; 176 feet spruce pine, $15 84; 34
feet 1 dar $2 38  26 47
For 2 dozen knives and forks, $5; 1 tin boiler, $2 25; 1 CO bowls,
j^fe; 3 padlocks, $1 50  10 75
For 3 dozen tin pots, $6; 2 iron ladles, $2; 1 bake-pan, $1 25;
1 spring balance, $6     15 25
For 236 pounds sheet-iron, $14 16; 89 pounds Amer. ir„n,$7 12. 21 28
For 5£ pounds copper wire, $1 13; 1 pound brass wire, 62cents. 4 75
For 2t pounds German steel, $3 15; 15 pounds cast-steel, $3 ; 9
pounds nail rods, 72 cents  6 87 I
For 157 pounds iron, $8 95; 53 pounds lead pipe, $5 83;  3
ewers and basins, $7   21 78
For 11 feet iron pipe, $9 90; I elbow, $2 25; 1 flange, $r 53;
2 nipples, $1 50.    ;        15 15
Fori foot inch pipe, 62 cents;  I coupling, $1 ; 13-inch nipple,
$1 50; 1 follower, $1 25 ; 4 37
For cutting pipe, $3 ; 57 feet oak and ash plank, $10 26 ; 28 feet  I
mahogany, $8 40 |       26 66 I
For 40 feet sugar pine, $3 60; 1 patent treble block, :j6 inches,
$14 40 j       18 00
For altering sheath for treble block, and turning down, $1 75 ;
4 drayages and wharfages, $4 . I 5 75 I
For lighterage  10 00
i 1 $1,126 8
For & ream cap paper  3 50
For I quire folio post  1 00
For 1 log-book  4 00
For 1 dozen pencils  1 50
For 4 pieces India-rubber  -75
For 1038J pounds fresh provisions j     207 75
For 246 pounds bread         30 75 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION. 31
I Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
S.  R. Sherwood-
Continued.
: William Neil.
i Hudaon Bay Co ..
John Hexter	
Joseph Switzler  &
Co.
Nature of expenditure.
Johnson & Perkins.
tf. M. Gilmer
C. Edwards ...
J. K. Hurd
Henry C. Wilson
W. H. Newton .
Hudson Bay Co
ThoH. Jas. Skinnei
For 1939f pounds vegetables	
For 143 pounds butter *.	
For 761 pounds salt provisions	
For 1 cast-iron valve 	
For 3 hours' time in putting up valve	
For 9 feet 6-inch pipe -'	
For 2 elbows	
For 1 nipple	
For 67 tons coal	
For 150 yards signal stuff	
For 16 papers tacks	
For 32 pounds chloride of lime	
I For 28 pounds beef, $3 50; £ gallon milk, 50 cents; 8 dozen
eggs, $3	
For 62 pounds mutton. $9 30; 3 hens, $1 50	
For If gallons milk, $1 75; 3 pounds butter, $2 25; Fish, 63 cts
For 26 chickens, $13; H gallon milk, $1 25	
For 5i bushels potatoes, $6 49; 34 pounds beef, $4 25	
For 20 pounds vegetables, $1 ; 3 dozen eggs, $1 62	
For H gallons milk, $1 50; 13 chickens, $6 50 ; 6 dozen eggs, $3
For 5£ pounds butter, $4 ; 1 gallon milk, $1; 1 dozen eggs, 50 cts
For l\ dozen chickens, $30; 3 turkeys, $10; 1& barrels apples,
$14	
For 17 dozen eggs, $8 50; 60 pounds vegetables, $3 ; 12 bushels
potatoes, $12	
For H gallons milk, $1 50 ; 4 pounds bread, 50 cents; 138 pounds
beef, 19 32	
For 69 pounds mutton, $15 18; 30 pounds bread, $3 75; 3 gallons
milk, $3 ,
For soup meal, 75 cents; 12 chickens, $6; ICO pounds vegetables, $5. •	
For 235 pounds beef	
For 28 pounds butter, $10 50; 3i dozen chickens, $15 05	
For 1 gallon milk, 90 cents; 12 dozen eggs, $6 ; chicken coop, $2.
For 2 bushel pease, $2 50; 66 pounds beef, $8 25	
For 18 pounds bread, $2 25; 24£ pounds beef, $3 06	
For 64 pounds mutton. $9 60; 40 pounds beef, $6	
For 18 dozen eggs, $6 75; chicken feed, $3 50	
For 35 pounds beef, $4 62; )i gallon milk, $2 37; 2 skins; $1 - ..
For 4") pounds mutton, $6 75; pepper, 50 cents; fish, $2	
For 100 pounds vegetables	
For pilotage of steamer Active up Columbia river	
For pilotage of steamer Active on Columbia and Willamette
rivers .'	
For pilotage of steamer Active down Columbia and Willamette
rivers	
For pilotage of steamer Active across bar into Columbia river...
For pilotage of steamer Active across bar out of Columbia river.
For 115 pounds beef, $16 52; 26£ pounds butter, $10 60	
For 1 bushel pease, $1 50 ; 14i dozen eggs, $7 25	
For H gallon milk. $1 50; 1 dozen chickens, $7 50	
For 1 gallon milk, $1; berries, 25 cents; 6 fish, $1 25	
For 55 pounds beef, $8 25; i dozen sardines, $5; 100 pounds
vegetables, $5	
For 387 feet white pine.
For 90 feet scantling ...
For 19£ pounds fresh beef
For 20 gallons oil	
For 10 pounds nails	
For 3 sheep, $18; 1 deer, $2 50 ; berries, 75 cents; 5 gallons milk, $5,
For 16 pounds mutton, $2 56; £ dozen chickens, $2 25; 1 dozen
eggs, 75 cents	
For 2£ gallons milk, $2 50 ; \ dozen chickens, $3; 88 pounds
vegetables, $3 52	
For 25 pounds mutton, $4 ; 97 pounds beef, $15 52; 3 sheep, $24.
For sheep fodder, $2; 20 pounds beef, $3 20	
For 75 pounds mutton, $12 7"); 38 pounds assorted vegetables,
$1 90	
For 16 pounds potatoes, 80 cents; 1 dozen eggs, 50 cents; 2 gallons milk, $2 . „	
For 53 pounds beef, $8 48; 2 sheep, $17 50 .'.'* ..."	
For 3 gallons milk, $3; 3 salmon, $ 1; 8 pounds butter, $4	
Amount.     Total.
$116 38
111 75
152 20
18 00
2 00
9 60
7 00
10 8)
4 63
14 25
10 74
2 62
11 00
5 50
11 75
29 37
25 55-
8 90
10 75
5 31
15 60
10 25
6 99
9 25
5 00
80 00
80 00
27 12
8 75
9 00
2 50
18 25
15 45
1 53
20 00
1 25
9 02
43 52
5 20
14 65
3 30
25 98
8 00
$618 83
29 40
402 00.
29 60
228 41
97 68
65 62
17 01
3 12
21 25 38
NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Thos. Jas. Skinner-
Continued.
Henry C. Wilson.
E. C. Fitzhugh	
James M. Hunt	
Hudson Bay Co . - I
H. M. Knighton	
Edward D. Warbass
For 5 dozen eggs, $2 50; 2 gallons milk, $2; fish, 25 cents ; SO
pounds vegetables, $3 20	
For 107 pounds beef, $17 12;  246 pounds mutton, $39 36;  1
dozen eggs, $1	
For 2 ducks, $2; fish, $1 75; J 2 pounds butter, at 75 cents, $9 ..
For 81£ pounds beef	
For 1£ gallons milk	
For 93J pounds beef	
For 5 dozen eggs, $2 50; 22 pounds beef, $4 40	
For 11 gallons milk, $1 75; 4 salmon, 75 cents	
Amount.
$7 95
57 48
12 75
13 04
1 50
14 96
6 90
2 50
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
18 tons coal	
2 sheep	
165 tons coal	
1 cord wood  	
1 deer, $2; 2 dozen eggs, $2; i gallon milk, 75 cents...
berries, 50 cents; fish, $1,50; 1 deer, $3	
57 pounds beef, $11 40; 2 gallons milk, $2	
9 chickens, $6; 1 gallon milk, $1	
1} gallons milk, $1 75; crab apples, 25 cents	
fish, $2; 63 pounds beef, $12 60 ,
8 pounds butter, $5, 1 pig, $2 50	
duck*, $2 50; salmon, <f
3 chickens, $2; clams, $1;
50
potatoes, $1; fish, $1; berries, 50 cts.
ducks, $1 50; 2 gallons milk, $2; 8 chickens, $4.
berries, $1; milk, 50 cents: 3 chickens, $1 50; game, 50 cts
JO ducks. M. fl	
4^
5 00
13 40
7 00
2 00
14 60
7 50
5 00
5 50
7 50
3 50
4 00
U. S. Coast Survey
J. P. Keller
.   For 45 tons West Hartley
For 1 5-oared boat	
Levi L. Lymam	
William J. Warren .
J. P. Keller
For 72 yards Washington drills	
For 50 pounds manila rigging	
For 4 double blocks	
For 1 double block	
For 3 single blocks	
For 1 ball twine	
For 2 scrapers	
For 291 feet -f-inch white-pine boards
For 3 small spars	
For 1 long-boat	
540 00
160 00
15 12
12 50
8 00
1 60
2 40
50
2 00
11 64
5 70
150 00
For 1 row-boat:	
For 32 feet oars	
For 15 fathoms rope
40
12
Steamer Constitution
Wm. J. Warren ...
For 1 anchor	
For 4 hooks and thimbles.
For 4 thimbles	
For 2 thimbles	
20 75
I 00
1 00
Total.
5206 9
51 65
108 00
20 00
990 00
4 art
79 75
7»0 00
209 461
65 0O
8 32-'
00
Steamship Columbia
George Gibbs	
K. McKenzie	
Eaton & Bostwick.
Reynolds & Law ..
John Hill	
Total expenditure, 3d quarter	
FOURTH QUARTER, 1857.
For passage of secretary northwest boundary commission from
Port Townsend to Simiahmoo bay	
For passage from San Francisco to Benicia	
For passage from Benicia to San Francisco	
For commutation of subsistence while in San Francisco, 15 days,
,. at $2 per day	
For supper and lodging in Port Townsend, $1, breakfast, 50 cts.
For passage of secretary northwest boundary survey from San
Francisco to Port Townsend  *§!'.,	
For passage from Camp Simiahmoo to Olympia	
For board of self aDd keeping horse	
For 1 day's wages of laborer in excavating for procuring gold
specimens	
For passage from Steilacoom to Camp Simiahmoo	
12.844 49
$3 00
3 00
30 00
1 50
$10 00
37 505-
75 Ow
17 00
4 75
3 00
35 00
For cow and calf and fodder ..
For 100 sacks extra flour	
For 50 gunny sacks for packing
For 1 sack corn	
For 1 sack wheat	
For drayage to steamer	
39 751
86 00
262 50
9 00
3 84
3 00
2 00
For 1,059 pounds ham, at 23 cents
For 5 sheep, at $7 50 each	
280 34
243 ST
37 50 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION. 39
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, SfC—Continued.
To whom paid.
Hunt & Scran ton ..
Hudson Bay Com'y.
R. V. Peabody
J. Nevin King
Do	
J. Nevin King	
H. M. S. Saltellete
Wm. K. Lear	
Wm. K. Lear	
J. Nevin King	
Do	
E. D. Warbass ...
Verplanck  &   Mc-
Mullin.
Steamer Constitution
Steamship Columbia
Nature of expenditure
For 81 pounds fresh beef, at 19i cents per pound .
For 1 beef on hoof, weighing 488 pounds	
For 112f pounds fresh beef, at 19i cents per pound
Amount.      Total.
For 1 camp kettle	
For 2 papers tacks	
For 10 pounds butter..
For 1 small tin bucket
For 10 pounds butter..
For 6 pounds sugar ...
For cash paid on account of subsistence for Indians employed
in transportation of astronomical'and surveying parties, going
to, remaining at, and returning from Camp Sumass, from September 27 to November 18,1857	
$15
79
105
00
21
98
3
00
o
00
5
00
1
00
5
00
75
For 1 deer, weighing 50 pounds net weight	
For 4 gallons cranberries	
For 3 bushels potatoes, $1 50; 4 heads cabbage, 50 cents.
For 3 bushels potatoes, $1 50 ; 6 heads cabbage, 75 cents!.
For 2 bushels potatoes, at $1 per bushel	
For i bushel potatoes	
For l£ bushel potatoes	
For amount paid for potatoes,
November 1 to 28, 1857	
For 6 sheep, at $6 each	
For 20 pounds buckwheat flour
For 20 pounds buckwheat flour
For 1 tin teapot	
For 1 sheet of zinc	
auc
'rouse, and geese, from
For 22 gallons cranberries .
For 10 pounds saleratus ...
For 22 gallons cranberries.
For 27 geese, 15 ducks, 3 salmon, and 1 deer, (prices not given).
For 1 deer	
For 12 wild ducks, at 12i cents each	
For 1 wild goose, and 6 dozen clams	
For 240 pounds fresh beef .
For 496 pounds fresh beef.
For 2 dozen yeast powders
For 4 pounds hops	
For 6 bottles saleratus	
For 1 dozen cream tartar..
For 1 dozen ginger	
E. S. Fowler & Co..
For
al
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
freight on public stores from Olympia to Simiahmoo
bo from Tekalet to Simiahmoo bay	
108 kegs from San Francisco to Port Townsend	
1 iron safe, containing $2,500	
1 boat	
bay;
13 oars 	
5 per cent, primage
landing aud shipping on board steamer Constitution
storage on same, at 50 cents per ton	
Steamer Constitution! For freight and 55 sacks flour	
For freight on lot of merchandise.. ? From PortTownshendto <
For freight on boat, oars, and chain. 5    Simiahmoo bay \
.Wm. J. Warren.
For amount paid drayage from Market street wharf to Forbes
& Babcock's office  	
For freight from Benicia to San Francisco on ammunition	
For cartage of one box bullets and 1 keg powder to steamer,
$1 50"; and cartage of 4 loads of sundries, $4	
For hack for carrying iron safe and specie to steamer	
Kanaka I For services as canoeman from October 18 to November 6
La-hache    For services as canoeman, and his wife as canoeman, and hire
of canoe	
Steamer Constitution! For freight from Port Bellingham to Camp Simiahmoo on 30
half barrels pork, 91 sacks flour, 788 pounds bacon, 1 barrel
hams	
Jum, (Indian)
Do	
Ska akle
Do..
For services of self and canoe from 13th to 17th November	
For services of self, 5 Indians, and 1 canoe from November 18 to
November 26. in transporting subsistence	
For 6 canoes with 12 IndianB, for transportation 1 day	
For 6 canoes with 10 Indians, for transportation 1 day	
50
2 00
2 25
1 00
/o
2 50
2 50
1 00
2 00
2 75
2 00
2 75
2 50
1 50
50
43 20
89 28
7 50
3 00
1 80
3 60
4 20
193 75
25 00
75 00
10 00
15 19
12 00
2 50
48 75
67 50
30 00
50
1 00
5 50
5 00
$142.
16 75
76 25
3 00
6 75
8.-00
7 50
16 25
146 25
12 00
20 00
13 00
90 00
10 00
63 00
18 00
16 00 40
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, #•<..—Cuntmued.
To whom paid.
Ska-akle	
Ska-akle	
Shis-a-lik	
Nature of expenditure.
Amount, i   Total.
For 8 Indians, packers, and 5 days each for reconnaissance.
For 2 canoes and 6 Indians, 2 days each for transportation .
For 6 canoes and 17 Indians
For 4 canoes and 15 Indians
1 day each, transportation -
7 days each, transportation
For 3 canoes and 10 Indians, from September 25 to October
For 2 canoes and 4 Indians, from September 27 to October 5
For 1 canoe and 2 Indians, from October 1 to October 3	
Harry, (Indian)    For 1 canoe 10 days.
J. Nevin King    For 1 canoe and 1 Indian, 2 days
Do.
For 2 Indians as canoemen, 1 day each	
For 4 Indians and 1 canoe, 3 days and nights
For 3 Indians 2 days, at $ I each	
For 1 canoe 4£ days	
For 4 pounds bread	
For salmon and trout	
For 2 pounds venison	
Tom, (Indian)    For 2 Indians and 1 canoe for transportation
Hunt & Scran ton.
Harry, (Indian).
H. Custer	
For transportation of mails from Bellingham bay te Simiahmoo
bay	
For self and 3 Indians for transportation, 2 days .	
For cash paid for 3 Indians and 1 canoe, 5 days 	
For cash paid for 1 Indian as packer	
For cash paid for subsistence of above Indians 	
Sam,  (Indian)
Ellis Barnes'..
Wm. King     For making trip from Port Townsend to Esq ui man It, V. T.,
bearer of despatches ,	
For self, 1 Indian, and 1 canoe, 3 days each	
For freight from Tekalet to Simiahmoo, 99 pieces joist, 1,000
running feet of battings, 5.00Q feet 1-inch boards, 12 pairs window sash, 1 keg cut nails, 1 dozen butt hinges, 1 gross screws..
For 1 Indian and 1 canoe. 3 days each	
For 1 Indian and 1 canoe, 11 days each	
For 1 canoe 10 days	
For cash paid on account of subsistence -	
H
Custer
Do...
H. Custer	
Harry	
Franck Taylor
For cash paid for services of 1 Indian, 10 day
For cash paid for services in carrying express
For British Association Catalogue of Stars...
For 12-year Catalogue of Stars	
H.H. Bancroft & Co.
Willard &Whitworth
William Schmoltz
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
7 reams letter paper, $35; 1 ream cap paper, $5	
1 ream thin French letter paper	
7i reams letter paper, narrow ruled	
H reams red blotting paper	
1 ream envelope paper ,	
4 reams wrapping paper	
19 dozen Faber's hex. pencils	
2 bunches quills  	
6 gross steel pens, $7 50; 3 gross steel pens, $4 50	
5 gold pens and holders, $17 50; 1 gold pen, $3	
500 envelopes, $5 50; 500 letter envelopes, $2 50	
6 dozen penholders, $3; 1 dozen ebony rulers. $4 50	
i doz. bottles wri ing fluid, $2 50; 3 doz. bottles bl'k ink, $3.
1 doz. bottles blue ink, $2 50; 2 doz. bottles carmine, $8	
1 doz. glass inkstands, $5 25; 9 bottles mucilage, $6 75	
2 folios. $3; 2 letter stamps, $1	
1 roll red tape, $1 50; 1 pound rubber, $2 50	
1 dozen penknives, $24; i dozen erasers, $2 25	
1 gross drawing pens, $5; % dozen glue, 75 cents	
1 dozen sable hair brushes	
2 quires elephant drawing paper	
1 dozen thick memorandum books	
1 dozen medium quarto field-books	
2 blank books, to order	
6 field books, to order	
6 field books, to order	
6 latitude books, to order	
6 time books, to order	
ream paper for computations	
cap record books, 2 50; i dozen paper files. $1 50
1 dozen blank books	
1 pair pincers, with cutters.
1 spring dividers, small size.
1 screw plate, with taps	
2 chamois skins	
2 bottles oil	
1 blow-pipe	
$40 00
16 00
23 00
133 00
143 00
54 CO
9 00
2 00
18 00
6 00 j
4 50
1 00
50
1 50
40 GO
6 00
60 00
4 50
6 75
39 50
19 00
2 00
12 00
20
8
7
50
00
50
5 50
10 50
32 00
4 00
4 00
26 00
5 75
1 50
9 00
5 00
12 00
16 00
7 50
6 00
38 00
38 00
15 00
4 00
00
00
00
00
00
15 00
1 00
1 50
22 00
10 00
3 50
23 62
8 50
$56 00
156 00
206 00
10 00
4 60
33 50
10 00
125 00
8 00
17 50
40 00
9 00
100 00
6 00
35 50
10 00
5 00
32 IS
365 75
8 io NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
41
D&tailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
William Schmoltz-
Continued.
J. P. Keeler.
J. P. Keeler.
Hawley & Co.
Nature of expenditure.
Johnston & Reay.
F. Fillman...-	
Hudson Bay Co...
RV. Peabody	
George Gibbs	
Barnes &. Ayer	
W.H.Wood	
A.J.Plate	
Do	
Wm. J. Warren
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
1 steel forceps	
1 small spirit lamp	
2 three-faced files	
wire and sheet brass	
1 dial compass, with agate centre.
1 botanical magnifying glass	
1 steel square	
platina foil	
iron wrapping wire	
Amount.
$1 50
1 50
1 50
6 00
5 00
3 00
6 00
2 50
50
700 feet battings	
1,351 feet white-pine lumber.
5 pounds glue	
For 2,200 feet joist	
For 1,000-running feet battings.
For 5,000 feet 1-ineh boards....
For 12 pairs window Bash	
For 1 dozen butt hinges	
For 1 gross screws	
For 10J pounds cut nails	
For 9 pounds twine	
For 1 pound 2£-inch cut iron	
For 2 gross 1-inch screws	
For 1 pair 300-pounds steelyards.
For £ gross 1-iuch roller buckles.
For 19 joints 5-inch stove pipe	
For 12 caps	
For 1 tin funnel and 1 gill measure.
For I box tacks, assorted	
For 1 iron safe	
For 30 yards cotton...
For 2 yards blue cloth.
For 4 pounds twine	
For 100 feet plank	
For mats for covering provisions in canoes.
For 4 paddles	
For 1 sheet-iron stove	
For 8 joints stovepipe	
For 1 roof plate	
For 1 bonnet cap for pipe.
For 2 sheet-iron stoves.
For 18 joints stovepipe .
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
Fos
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
2 ounces socotrine aloes powd	
2 ounces gum myrrh	
2 pounds pat. lint Eng	
1 roll isinglass plaster	
2 ounces comp. ext. colocynth	
1 barrel sul. ether	
i barrel powd. acacia Tky	
4 ounces acid, sulph. aromatic	
5 pounds ground flaxseed	
2 pounds elm bark	
1 pint sirup specal	
1 ounce creosote	
2 pounds fluid ext. buchu	
1 pound fluid ext. pariera brava	
1 tooth key, with hooks	
2 dozen wide-mouth bottles and cords and box
For 6,000 double water-proof caps	
For 1 dozen port wine	
For 1 yard green baize	
For 2 ounces lettuce seed, 62 cents; 2 ounces tomato seed, 62 !
cents; 2ounces cabbage seed, 63 cents; 2 ounces onion seed, •!
50 cents; 2 ounces turnip seed, 50 cents !
For 8 bundles cotton, $2; 4 papers pins, $1 j
For i dozen cups and saucers	
For I tin of chrome green	
For 2 tins Boston water-crackers	
For 2 caulking irons	
7
00
54
04
3
75
44 00
10 00
85 00
48 00
2 50
2 00
30 00
6 75
50
I 00
3 00
1 50
9 50
9 CO
75
5 00
6 00
6 00
2 00
.1
50
2
75
1
00
6 00
5 00
75
12 00
9 00
50
60
4 50
1 50
50
1 00
75
1 00
00
00
00
00
00
3 50
3 50
2 50
1 00
2 87
3 00
2 00
1 00
7 00
1 50
Total.
$42 25
64 79
201 50
12 75
24 25
27 00
14 00
6 25
28 75
13 50
15 00
18 37 42
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY   COMMISSION
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc — Continued.
To whom paid.
M. Louisson & Co..
Pacific Mail Steamship Company.
Adams & Marks ^
Tubbs & Co.
Nature of expenditure.
Amount,     Total.
--
For 1 bag buckshot and I bag No. 6 buckshot	
For 32£ tons anthracite coal, at $14 75 per ton      $479 38
Freight on same from San Francisco to St. Helena, O. T |     162 50
For 5 per cent, primage	
For 16-feet yai
For cartage	
For 1" rowlock.
rl-b
85
00
1
00
o
00
14-feet
For 3 17-feet, 2 16-feet.
For 2 pairs 8-feet sculls	
For 1 pair 12-feet sculls	
For 150 feet -|-inch chain	
For drayage and wharfage	
For 5 gallons sperm oil	
For 1 pair rowlocks and bushings
For 2 topsail sheet shackles	
1 feet, at 15 cts. per foot.
16 65
6 00
3 09
22 62
1 00
10 00
2 00
1 50
Wm. Quigley
Han-neh-lum
John Harris.
Wm. Jasper.
For making 2 oars and repairing boat	
For services finding and returning boat lost in storm.
For 3 canoe	
For 1 canoe	
."'otal disbursements for quarter ending December 31,1857,
on account of contingencies of northwest boundary survey.
FIRST QUARTER, 1858.
William King Lear
Hudson Bay Co	
Peter McManus	
For 83 pounds onionB	
For 431 pounds fresh beef	
For 4 ducks, 50 cents; 6 ducks, 75 cents; 1 bushel potatoes, 50
cents; half bushel clams, 50 cents; 7 ducks, 87 cents	
For i bushel clams, 25 cents; 4 ducks, 50 cents; 2 ducks, 25
$3 12
cents; 2 ducks, 25 cents; 2 ducks, 25 cents;
eents
bushel clams, 25
Sa-leh-hu, (Indian) .   For 102 pounds venison..
John Harris I For 6k bushels potatoes .
J. Nevin King    For 1 chicken and 2 dacki
toesr $1 50	
Peter McManus .   For fish, ducks, and geese
5 cents; 1 chicken and 2 bushels pota-
J. Nevin Kins
For 2 geese, 75 cents; clams. 25 cents; 4 geese, $1 25; clams.
25 cents; 2 geese, 75 cents; oysters, 25 cents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Company.
Ellis Barnes	
Q. K. Willard & Son
For 25 pounds venison, $2 50; I goose and 3 ducks, 62£ cents;
5 ducks, 62i cents ; 8 ducks, $1	
For 1 duck, 12£ cents; 3 geese and 1 duck, 87i cents; clams and
muscles, 75 cents	
For transportation of commissioner from Port Townsend, western territory, to New York	
For 56 feet lumber, 84 cents; 2 poundB copper nails, $2	
For 2 poundB beeswax, $2 50; 1 pound balsam copaiba, $2; 2
pounds lini, 75 cents	
For 1 bottle olive oil, 75 cents; 2 pounds ulnii cortex, $2; 2
pounds mustard, $2	
For 1 pound sirup squills, $2 50; 1 pound spirits nitre, $1	
3 50
4 75
1 75
o M5
3 50
William King Lear.. For 40 yards muslin for signals	
Ellis Barnes  For 276 feet, 3 by 4 scantling, $3. J§; freight on same, $2	
C.Vail  For 7,000 shingles	
Ellis Barnes  For freight on 4 boxes .|g.	
E. S. Fowler  For carrying mail	
Truman H. Fuller .. For freight on 1 box	
Charles Thompson.. For carrying mail	
Harry, (Indian)  For services, himself, 2 Indians, and canoe	
Steamer Constitution For freight on 3 stoves with pipe	
George Gibbs  For use of canoe, 15 days, $15; Indian La Hache, 20 days' services, $20
For services of Indian Tom, 20 days, $20; 1 deer, $2 50; provisions, bread, &c, $4 32	
35 00 j
26 82
William J. Warren..   For services 3 Simiahmoo Indians as packers, 11 days	
Pe-ap-o-lik, (Indian).   For services of himself and I Indian, and.use of 1 canoe 1 day...
Joe, (Indian) | For services of himself and 2 Indians, and use of 1 canoe 3 days.
Total expenditures first quarter
$9 50
650 00
88 00
62 77
4 00
6 00
20 00
15 00
4.672 90
|6 75
68 96
4 87
4 85
6 75
5 85
10 00
335 00
2 84
13 50
8 00
5 45
00
50
■iO
1
20 00
2 OO
25 00
14 00
10 00
61 82
33 00
3 00
12 00
692 39 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
43
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.— Continued.
To whom paid.
James Smithey	
Charles H.Earton	
Charles E. Weed	
Frederick R. Kautz.
Fbwler&Co	
Washburne       and
Wheeler.
Barnes and, Ayres...
Washburne       and
Wheeler.
Barnes and Ayres...
W. K.Lear...
J. Nevin King	
Do	
William J. Warren.
R. V. Peabody
Steamer Sea Bird...
J.W. Raymond, ag't.
G. Clinton, gardner.
Archibald Campbell.
Washburn & Wheeler
Fowler & Co
Nature of expenditure.
SECOND QUARTER, 1858.
For 1 boat, sail, 2 pair oars, and 1 pair rowlocks	
For 1 pack horse	
For 1 pack mule *	
For 6 pack horses	
For 1 doz. brooms, $6; i doz. axe-handles, $4 50; 21 pounds
black lead, $4 20	
For 25 pounds white lead, $4; 8 pounds putty, 5 gallons oil, $12 50.
For 2 gross matches, $3 50; 2 pieces black muslin, $11 25; 1 doz.
axe-handles, $7 50	
For 1 doz. knob tumblers	
For i doz. axe-handles, $4 50; 3 desk locks, $1 50; 3 iron bolts,
$1 12	
For 1 doz. tumblers, $4 ; 3 coffee-mills, $3 ; 4 glass lanterns, $5..
For 1 mess chest, $16; 3 fry pans, $3 ; 3 doz. tincups, $4 50; 3 doz.
plates, $4 50	
For 3 coffeepots, $2 25 ; 6 spoons, $1 50	
For 2 tincups, 50 cents ; 1 coffee pot, $1; 100 pounds nails, $10;
1 tin cup 15 cents	
For 1 coffee-pot, $1; 1 spoon, 20 cents; 93 yards domestic for
hospital, $2 37	
For 4 pack ropes. $1; 6 pack ropes, 60 cents	
For cash paid for making tables, $8; green baize, $4	
For cash paid for passage from Camp Simiahmoo to Bellingham
Bay	
For cash paid for passage from Fort Bellingham to Whatcom...
For cash paid for supper, lodgings and breakfast, and porter	
For cash paid for passage from Port Townsend to Olympia	
For cash paid for porter, 25 cents; dinner, lodging and breakfast, $4 75	
For passage from Olympia to Camp Simiahmoo	
For cash paid for passage from Whatcom, W. T., to Olympia..
For cash paid for horse hire, $5; keeping horse and mule 3 days,
$4   	
For halters, 75 cents; feed, $4 25;  passage from Olympia to
Camp Simiahmoo, $20	
For commutation of subsistence, 8 days	
For passage of surgeon and naturalist from Camp Simiahmoo
to Bellingham Bay -	
For transportation of commissioner from New York to San Francisco	
Fpr travelling expenses while on duty under instructions from
chief assistant surveyor	
For expenses incurred while travelling on duty for the commission 	
For i dozen catsup, $2 25; 1 dozen green corn, $8; 1 keg split
pease, $6; i dozen pickles, $2 25	
For i dozen French mustard, $2 75; 1 box raisins, $8 ; 1 dozen
prunes, $15	
For £ dozen gherkins, $3 75; 1 dozen jams, $8; 1 box crackers, $12
For I dozen bottles pepper, $3; & dozen cans apples, $3 25; 2
Amount.      Total.
cans tomatoes, $1
O'Shaugnessy&Cookj For 2 quarters fresh beef	
Hudson Bay Co    For 1 kettle, $1; 1 pan, $1; 2tin cups, 50 cents; 50 pounds hard
bread, $6 25; 50 pounds pork, $13	
For 5 pounds coffee, $1 25; 10 pounds sugar, $1 25; 25 dried salmon, $6 25; 6 salt salmon, $1 50	
For 2 pounds butter, $1; 2 sacks $1 25	
R. V. Peabody j
S. D.Williams &, Co.!
Giddings & Co |
Washburn &Wheeler
Robert Hitt	
S. McCaw	
Joseph S. Harris	
P. Keach	
Washburn &Wheeler
J. Nevin King !
For potatoes, salmon, and ducks	
For 1 sack flour	
For 390 pounds potatoes	
For 75 pounds flour, $9 37; 50 pounds butter, $31 25	
For 27 pounds sausage	
For 6 head beef cattle	
For 160 pounds potatoes; $2 00; 35 pounds venison, $1 75	
For H dozen cans apples, $11 25; 2i dozen green corn, $18 75...
For 2 dozen cans corn, $17 00; 4 dozen cans tomatoes, 24 00;
I 5-12 dozen cans pease, $12 04	
For 10-12 dozen bottles pepper	
For 110 pounds venison, $3 50; 3 geese, 75 cents; 2dozen clams,
12£ cents; 2 dozen clams, 12$ cents	
£14 70
18 50
22 25
3 00
28 00
3 75
2 00
1 50
1 75
8 00
5 00
20 00
25 00
12 00
L8 50
21 75
10 25
2 25
53 04
2 50
$100 0O
75 00
200 00
380 00
33 20
25 25
♦51    /<>
15 22
1 60
12 00
38 25
68 00
38 55
34 25
55 22
5 00
11 70
40 62
10 12
356 00
3 75
30 00
55 54
4 50 44 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
J. Nevin King
Peter McManus	
W. KLear	
Lieut. D.B.McKibbin
For i dozen crabs, 25 cents; 4 dozen clams, 25 cents ; 30 pounds
potatoes, 60 cents; 1 duck, 3 pheasants, 40 cents	
For 10 pounds potatoes, 15 cents; supper, 5 men, $3 50; breakfast, 5 men, $3 50	
Amount.
$1 50
/ XD
TotaL
For trout, clams, and venison	
For 30 bashels potatoes, $45; 1 pound pepper, 50 cents	
For 11 barrels pork, $473; 18 half barrels pork, $333; 9 bushels
beans, $35 10	
For 436 pounds coffee, $69 76; 615 pounds sugar, $92 25; 200 I
pounds sugar, $40	
For 59 pounds sugar, $8 55£; transportation 4 516-2000 tons,
$119 23  ."..	
$13 15
2 00
45 50
841 10
202 01 j
127 im
C. S. Hills	
Do	
Do..,.g	
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
J. Nevin King	
For 6 sheep	
For services of 20 Indians transporting supplies..
For services of 6 Indians transporting supplies...
For freight on 20 boxes instruments	
For services 2 Indians as packers, 2 days each —
For services 2 Indians and 1 canoe, $5; 2 Indians
For services 4 Indians and 1 canoe	
packers, $3.
6 00
8 00
8 00
R. V. Peabody    For services 6 Indians as packers ■
Steamer Constitution For transportation 6 horses and 1 ton freight from Steilacoom to
Whatcom  -
Henry Custer    For hire of Indians and canoes, $20 50; 3 boxes yeast powders
$1 50	
For camp-kettles and coffee-pot, $3; matches and pepper, 75
cents; sugar, bread and butter, $132$ cents	
Note book	
1,170 89$
36 00
277 79
54 18
116 55
22 50
12 00
68 00
99
2 00
4 87$
50
Joseph S. Harris..
PanamaR. R. Co..
•   Do	
U. S. M. S. S. Co.
Adams Express Co
Steamer Sea Bird.
Hoo-ma-ya, (Indian)
Ska-a-kle	
Sallie	
Steamer Sea Bird...
For hire of Indians as packers	
For transporting extra baggage from Aspinwall to Panama	
For transporting 20 packages from Aspinwall to Panama	
For transporting 23 packages from New York to Aspinwall	
For transporting 18 boxeB from Washington, D. C., to New York
ellingham Bay to Camp Simiahmoo   .
services of himself, 2 Indians and 1 canoe  .
services as expressman j.
services packing subsistence '. I.
freight from Port Townsend to Camp Simiahmoo, W. T	
freight from Olympia to Camp Simiahmoo, W. T 	
15 00
2 00
Ska-a-kle, (Indian.)    For services of self and 14 Indians and canoes	
Wells, Fargo & Co..   For transportation 1 box from New York to Camp Simiahmoo ..
Sallie, (Indian)    For services of self and 1 Indian as packers	
Tom, (Indian)    For services as guide and use of canoe, and services 3 Indians
as packers 	
For subsistence of Indians	
82 00
4 00
R. V. Peabody    For 1 detached lever watch for use of meteorological recorder	
William Bond & Son.  For 3 chronometer, $300; 1 ditto, $300; 4 cases for same, $40       640 00
For India-rubber covering, $7; packing case and packing, $3 50..        10 50
Taylor & Maury..
Wm. Wurdemann
C. S. Francis & Co..
For 50 sheets tracing paper	
For 1 telescope and case, $17; 8 thermometers, $40; cartage, 37
cents	
For repairing instruments, $19 25; freight, $6 38; 1 zenith telescope, $710	
For 1 astronomer's transit, $437 50; 2 theodolites, $660; 1 theodo-
oli te, $300	
For 1 transit theodolite, $640; table instruments with compass
and scale, $200	
For 20 yards steel chain, $62; chain, pins, and lamps, $27	
For lamps for transit, $6; diaphragm, $1; extra levels for zenith,
$6	
For extra round leads, $12; boxes and packing, $56; 6 theodolite
levels. $28	
For 1 45-inch astronomical telescope with folding stand	
27 37*
5 00
26 50
133 20
54 39
35 75
24 60
14 50
12 00
3 00
17 00
331 00
6 00
1 00
86 00
35 00
650 50
22 50
57 37
735 63
I 397 50
840 00
89 00
.  76 00
96 00
250 00
For 7 books
E. and G. W. Blunt.   For 4 prismatic compasses and cases, $120; 2 tripods for same, $20.	
Franck Taylor
For TwisB on Oregon Territory, 50 cents; Dunor's Oregon, 62
cents; 2 useful tables, $3	
For 8 Nautical Almanacs, $11; 2 logarithms, $11	
4 12
22 00
Do    For 2 British Association Catalogue of Stars	
Clark, Drew & Co..   For lamp stand for transit. $7 50; brass screws for tripod, $2 50..|
For 1 set marking pins for chaining j
10 00
5 50
3,484 13
17 50
140 00
26 12
45 00
15 50 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
45
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Franklin Pbilp	
Blanchard & Mohun
Do	
Anthony Best	
George S. Gideon.
William J. Warren .
Fowler & Co	
J. H. Jenkins	
R. S. Townsend	
J. Blumberg & Co ..
Ourtin& Pettibones.
Frederick Jerome...
P.Keach	
Wm. K. Lear	
Tschu-ca-luk, (Ind)..
J. Nevin King	
S.D.Williams	
Henry Custer	
Pvter McManus	
Steamer Constitution
Bradshaw & Co
J. Nevin King	
Tom, (Indian)	
Noisy Bob, (Indian)
George Gibbs	
B'll, (Indian)	
Henry Roeder	
Waterman Webster
J.   Townsend   and
Stott & Co.
Tim, (Indian)	
Nature of expenditure.
For i- ream cap, $4; ruling same $1; $ ream note, $4; 509 envelopes, $250	
For 1 Webster's D ctionary, $6; 1 Crabbs Synonyms, $2	
For 1 inkstand, 75 cents; 1 gross pens, $1; 1 dozen penholders, 50
cents; 5J envelopes, 38 cents	
For 1 bottle ink, 25 cents, 1 ream paper, $3; 2 reams cap paper,
$15; 2 reams letter paper, $8	
For 500 envelopes, $5; 503 envelopes, $2 50; 259 cloth-lined do.,
$7 50; 2 grosB parchment do., $6	
For 2 gross parchment envelopes, $4 ;250 cloth-lined envelopes, $3,
For 1,300 envelopes, $24 07; 1 pound twine, 53 cents	
For printing and ruling, $5,4 quires quarto post ruled, $4; 36
books demi, 8vo., $18	
For tin and wooden boxes, packing, &c	
Total expenditure second quarter... .■	
THIltD QUARTER, 1858.
For transportation frrm Camp Simiahmoo to Whatcom, $5;
meals in Whatcom, $4	
For 13 pounds tea	
For 422 pounds halibut, $63 30; 8 pounds dried beef, $2 50	
For potatoes, pease, beets, carrots, and onions	
For 3 0 pounds Bologna sausage	
For 2 boxes herring, $4; 4 drums mackerel, $20: 122$ pounds
ham, $34 30 -	
For 28 pounds dried beef, $9 24; 50 pounds split pease, $6 50;
55 pounds cheese, $13 75	
For 6 bags flour, $15; 1 dozen yeast powder, $4 50; 1 box soda
craekeis, $16 20	
For 50 pounds rice, $5 75; 2 dozen green corn, $14, 2 dozen
cans tomatoes, $14	
For 1 dozen bottles pie fruits, $6 50 ; 1 dozen French mustard,
$4 50; 2 boxes raisins, $13  	
For*10 pounds dried currants, $2 59; 11 bottles Worcester sauce,
$6; 1 dozen pickles, $6 50	
For $ dozen red pepper, $1 50; I dozen black pepper, $1 50; $
barrel dried apples, $20 69 -	
For 90 pounds dried peaches, $27; 245 pounds barley, $6 13; 1
barrel lime, $6	
For drayage and lighterage	
Amount.     Total
$2 63
26 25
21 00
7 00
27 00
6 63
For 2 sacks potatoes	
For 30 pounds butter	
For 106 pounds butter, $58 30; 12 gallons molasses, $9 60; 105.
pounds dried apples, $23 10	
For 8 bottles pepper, $4 ; 25 pounds butter, $15	
For potatoes and salmon	
For subsistence, $11 20;  subsistence, $8 50;   10 pounds fresh
beef, ~
$3
For 164 pounds fresh beef	
For subsistence for self, one man, and five Indians	
For clams, trout, berries, potatoes, and salmon	
For 78 pounds beef, $17 16; 75 pounds mutton, $20 25; 25 pounds
butter, $20 '.	
For 5 sheep, $82 50; 2 sacks potatoes, $6	
For 1$ barrels flour, $21; 109 pounds sugar, $16 35; 101 pounds
butter, $40 40; 16 pounds tea, $12 83	
For 25 pounds corn meal, $2; 60 pounds lard, $15; 148 pounds
ham, $37; 12 tongues, $12	
For $ barrel corned beef, $14; 2 kits mackerel. $8; 2 boxes herring. $4 50	
For 50 pounds rice, $3 50; 25 pounds smoked beef, $6 50; 1C0
pounds sugar, $13; 2 tins Boston crackers, $6 50	
For services of 44 Indians and canoes transporting supplies ;.
For services of self, 2 Indians, and canoes transposing supplies. .
For servicesof self and 1 Indian transporting instruments, 6dnys. .
For expenses while travtlling obtaining geological aud natural
historical information	
For services of self and.2 Indians carrying instruments	
For transporting detachment northwest boundary survey and I
escort with bcow from Camp Simiahmoo up Frazer river.. I.
For ferrying and men over thte Norksahk river ■
For ferrying animals and men on Chiloweyuk lake .-. .
39 33
3 50
91 CO
39 00
57 41
88 50
$11 50
8 00
56 88
24 57
33 63
9.331 31
9 00
9 75
65 80
7 CO
5 00
5265
110 00
18 00
22 70
32 80
11 80
9 12
145 91
For serviceb of car.oe
212 30
469 00
20 00
12 00
53 25
18 00
225 00
37 75
124 00
5 CO 46
NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northtcest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Steamer Surprise
William J. Warren..
Squach-a-i-tan, (Iud.)
J. Nevin King	
Do	
Henry Custer	
Steamer Maria	
Steamer Constitution
George C. Shreve &
Co.
Humpquimilt, (Ind) .
T.G. Richards & Co.
Samuel W. Percival.
J.   Townsend   and
Stott & Co.
A. H. Jayne & Co ..
A H. Mitchell	
E. L. Boardman .	
Miles H. Pettibone..
T. O. Richards	
William Utter	
James H. Forsyth.. -
J. Townsend & Stott.
Richards & Hyatt...
Edward Taylor	
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.
Total.
Fowler & Co —
Do	
Tubbs & Co	
A. C. Lafl»n<fcCo-.l
South^ate & Mitchell|
John Ohea :
E. Caney	
Wm. B. McMurtie ..
George Farquhar ... |
Sidney Billings	
William Snyder	
Do ". ;
Do !
Tubbs & Co	
l€»rtin & Pettibone
Charles Brown ...
For towing scow up Frazer river  $250 00
For freight on 1 horse and 1 mule from Olympia to Whatcom  2000
For services of self, 2 Indians, and 1 canoe  8 00
For services of 3 Indians and 1 canoe, $9 50; hay, $3  12 50
For ferriage of self, 2 men, pack saddles, &c  6 09.
For ferriage of self, 8 men, and 11 Indians  10 75-
For transportation of men and supplies up Frazer river  200 72
For freight on butter and 600 brick from Whatcom to Camp
Simiahmoo  13 50
For 2 silver patent lever watches for use of assistants - -1 50 00
For 700 feet plank M.  14 00
For 600 brick  18 00
For 1,311 feet lumber for building kitchen  45 88
For carpenter's tools -  28 00
For 2 sauce pans, $2 62; 1 can paint, $2 50; 1 gross matches, $2.  7 12
For 1 tin case matches, 4 gross |  4 00
For 18 tin plates, $2 25; 9 cups, $1 67; 3 knives and forks, 75
cents; 1 kettle, $1 50; lhatchet, 7.". cents: 3 hinges, 75 cents. --  7 67
For 1 pack mule           1S30 00
Fori pack mule j       200 00
For 3 mules j       750 00
For 1 mule         125 00
For hay for 9 horses I--  9 00
For 5,468 pounds barley         109.36
For 4$ dozen bottles, $5 63 ; 1 pound tow, $1: 10 gallons aleo- j
hoi."$11 25        $17 88 !
For 12 cans diamond grain powder, $15; 1 M caps, $2: 1 bag ■
shot, $2 50  19 50 j
For 10 pounds bar lead i 1 65 i
 39 03
For 38 quires paper, $2; - gallons alcohol, $3; 1 pound powder,
$1; 7$ pounds shot, $1 50  7 50
For 1 pound tartaric acid, 50 cents ; 2 pounds cerate simplex, i
$1 50; 1 pound balsam copaiba, $2: 1 pound liquorice, 75xts . 4 75
For 2 pounds oil  ricini, $2; 2 pounds oil olivar, $2; 4 ounces j
extract jalap, $1 25; 3 ounces pulverized jalap, 75 cents  6 00
For 1 pound sirup scillae, $1 50; 6 ounces senegae, 75 cents; 1 I
pound camphor, $1 25; 2 ounces pulverized opii, $1  4 50
For 1 pound spirits nitre, 75 cents; $ ounce argenti nitras, $1 50;
1 pound acacia, pulverized, $1 50; 4 ounces cubebs, 38 cents.. 4 13
6 ounces senna, 50 centB; $ pound spirits lavender, 50 cents; 1
ounce oil aniseed, 75 cents; 4 ounces ac. snip, ar., 37 cents j 2 12
For 2 pounds extract copaiba and cubebs, $6; 2 ounces glycerine, j
75 cents; 3 ounces pulverized scillae, 50 cents  725
For 4 dozen vials  4 00 j
 32 75
For ship chandlery for steamer Active         956 81
For 500 feet lumber, $20; 224 boards, $8 96: 117 yards signal
cloth, $2||50 1 |       51 46
For $ gross sand paper. $3 25; 12 papers tacks, $1 50 i 4 75
 56 ■
For 349 pounds lead pipe, $22 35; 5 papers copper tacks, $5; 52
pounds nails, $6 50 i  33.85
For piloting steamer Active into Frazer river  20 00
For tending tides 43 days, and board 6 weeks j         201 00
For services as draughtsman, 2 months, $166 66; subsistence, 61
days, $61         227 66
For services as draughtsman, 2 months, $148: subsistence, 61 j
days, $61 1         009 00
For services as engineer, 2 months, $250; subsistence, 61 days, $61         311 00
For services as engineer, 2 months, $250; subsistence, 61 days, $61         311 00
For services of 10 firemen and caulkers 2 months on steamer
Active      1,450 ,00
For allowance of subsistence, offieers and crew of steamer Active.      1 545 13
For 6 patent double blocks, !j>24; 10 mast hoops, $4 20; 3 paint
brushes, $3         31 20
For 2 dozen sail needles, $1; 1 dozen bagging needles, 50 cents;
6 hooks and thimbles, $3 75 j 5 25 j |
For carting I 75 j
*  1 37 £!lf
For 43$ pounds rope, $30 87;  50 pounds oakum, $12 50;  40 i
pounds spikes, $6 40  29 77
For 20 pounds pitch, $3 60; 1 spring balance, $1 25 1 4 85
  -34 62
For one whale-boat, oars* and rowlocks           150 qq
Total expenditure, 3d quarter      9 g^g 4^ NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION. 4<
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.      Total.
L. P. Beach
Tum-a-kiu, (Indian)
Ernst Picht	
Preston & Co	
M. Nutting	
J. Townsend	
Ben Yung	
Do	
Charley, (Indian)
FOURTH  QUARTER, 1858.
| For transportation of commissioner and secretary from  Fort
Hope to Fort Yale	
For 2 bushels potatoes	
For 10 pounds butter	
For 49$ pounds beef	
! For 2 sheep, $36; 17 pounds venison, $4 25; 4 loaves bread, $1;
$ cord wood, $3 -i>~	
For 8 gallons sirup	
For 83 pounds venison	
For 46 pounds venison	
For 5 ducks, $1; 2 geese, $1; 3 bushels potatoes, $9; 3 salmon,
75 cents	
For 8 salmon, $2; 2 salmon, $1;  $ bushel potatoes, $1; 2 salmon, $1	
For % bushel potatoes, $2; 2 salmon, $1: $ bushel potatoes, $1 50;
2 salmon. $1	
| For 3 bushels potatoes	
Ourtin & Pettibones.
For 50 pounds lard, $15; i dozen bottles ginger, $1 50; 9$
pounds ham, $2 66 ; 10 pounds bread, $1 60	
For 22 pounds crackers, $4 40; 11 pounds sausage, $3 66; 1 bottle pepper, 37 cents; 2 dozen yeast powder, $9 ..
For 3 pounds coffee, 75 cents; 14 pounds cheese, $3 50; 45
pounds onions, $1 35; 10 pounds butter, $5	
For 15 pounds saleratus, $3; 8 pounds bacon, $2 16; 3 pounds
cheese, 75 cents; 1 pound coffee, 25 cents	
For 2 pounds sugar, 40 cents; 3 pounds crackers, 60 cents	
Richards <fc Hyatt
W. H, Wolf.
Michael Keleher
Peter McManus.
For 2$ dozen pie fruit, $17 50; 2 dozen cans tomatoes and corn,
$12; 1 mat sugar, $3 50   	
For 114 pounds butter, $64 12; 14 pounds bread, $1 75; 9 pounds
pork, $2 25; 10 pounds pork, $2 50	
For 10 pounds bread, $1 25; 1 pound coffee, 25 cents; 1 pound
sugar, 15 cents	
For 98 pounds sugar, $23 50; 23 boxes yeast powder, $6 67; 10
pounds lard, $3	
For 2 pounds tea, $2 ; 11$ pounds butter, $8 62	
W. H. Newton.
For 1 head beef -• .**.	
For 1 salmon, 50 cents ; 1 goose, 37$ cents; potatoes, $2 25; tomatoes, 50 cents; salmon, $4 10; cranberries, $4 75	
For 2 ducks, 50 cents; 1 goose, 50 cents; 1 salmon, 25 cents; 8
ducks, $2 ; 2 geese, 37$ cents; ducks and potatoes, $5 50	
For potatoes, $1; 2 geese, 75 cents; 1 salmon, 25 cents ; potatoes,
$1; ducks, 50 cents; 6 ducks, $1 50	
For 1 goose, 50 cents; potatoes, $2; 2 ducks, 50 cents; ducks,
50 cents; 4 ducks, $1; 6 geese, $3	
For 2 geese, $1; beef tongue, 50 cents; 2 geese, $1; potatoes, $3.
For 25 pounds butter,, $12 50; 1 carving knife and fork, $1 25;
1 dozen yeast powder, $5; 1 frying pan, $1 37	
For 2 pounds candles, $1 50; 2 pounds soap, 50 cents; 1 pound
powder, $1; 8 pounds shot, $2 :
Pierre Mazarolles ...
Te-co-lach-a, (Ind'n).J
Do do...]
Sil-quil-tu do... j
Ben, do...
Je-co-lach-a.. .do... |
Cum-tahl-nei .. do...
Steamer Maria !
Wm. H. Molthrop ..
Scies-tan, (Indian) ..
J. Townsend & Stott
Con-sein-nia, (Ind'n).
Ce-la-les-tin ... do...!
Cher-si-leop.. .do...I
A. J.Ward	
Ska-a-kle, (Indian) .
Do do	
Do do |
W. N. Horton \
John W. Tucker	
Joseph Lovett	
Ernst Picht ;
Charles Stott and J. I
Townsend.
Harry, (Indian)	
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
transportation of instruments, &c	
services of self and 2 Indians, 16 days	
services of 3 Indians, 6 days	
services of self and 2 Indians as canoemen	
services of self as canoeman, 16 days	
packing instruments	
services of self and 8 Indians	
transportation 8 persons, boat, and supplies	
transportation on 1 box chronometers from San Francisco ..
services of self and canoe, 23 days	
ferriage across Chiloweyuk lake jh.	
services as expressman and packer, 13 days	
services as expressman	
services as expressman	
services of self and 3 boatmen, 20 days	
services of self as expressman, 120 days	
services of 39 Indians as packers, &c	
services of 15 Indians as canoemen	
horse hire, 3 days	
repairing watch	
6,000 feet lumber.$l,r>0; 2 kegs nails.$1.0 ; 50 pounds nails, $5.
650 brick	
hardwni e, &c	
$11 75
5 00 |
5 50
9 00
20*76
17 43
10 60
6 16
1 00
33 00
70 62
1 65
33 17
10 62
12 47$
9 12$
5 00
7 50
5 50
20 12
5 00
For 13 paddles, $6 50; 13 pack straps, $3 25
$8 00
6 00
8 30
4 60
3L25
55 95
105 27
43 79
47 70
39 60
25 12
10 00
34 00
9 00
17 00
16 00
2 00
5 00
75 00
10 00
23 00
09 00
13 00
6 00
9 00
34 CO w4
48
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
•To whom paid.
J. Nevin King	
Cartin & Pettibones.
William Utler	
Charles Stott and J.
Townsend.
Stott, McNamee  &
Co.
L. G. Coombs	
Curt in & Pettibones.
Richards & Hyatt...
C. E. Stuart	
Thomas Harris	
Nature of expenditure.
For 2 coffee mills and 2 gla«g lanterns	
For 2 saddle blanket.*. $2; 2 bags, 50 cents; 4 pounds rope, $1...
For 1 can paiut, $1 50; 101 bags, $25 25	
For 1 balance. $6; 1 padlock, $1 ; 2 pounds wick, $2	
For I kettle, 75 cents; 67 pounds nails, $6 70	
For 2 pounds oakum, 50 cents; 1 keg white lead, $4	
For 2$ pounds rope, 63 cents; 10$ pounds soap, $3 94 '..
For 1 marking pot, 50 cents; 1 funnel, 75 cents; 3 pans, $3 75.
For 3 frying pans, $3 ; 6 kettles, $6	
For 1 ball wick, 25 cents; matches, 25 cents, twine, $2 25	
For needles, 25 cents; palm 75 cents; tent cord, $1 50	
Amount.     Total.
$•? 53
26 75
00
45
50
57
5 00
9 00
2 75
2 59
For 1 mule .
For 1 saddle
Wm. B. MeMurtie ..
George Farquhar...
Sidney Billings	
William Snyder	
Do	
Do	
Bradshaw & Co	
P. K. Woodside	
Charles Stott and J.
Townsend.
Arthur Grenier	
For 18 aparejos  	
For ferrying 13 animals and 5 men, $7 75; 180 lbs. barley, $14 40.1	
For 1.285 pounds barley	
For 104 pounds hay, $4 16; 3,957$ pounds barley, $141 34	
For 133 tons coal -".-.]
For 150 pounds beef, $33 75; 30 pounds vegetables, $1 30; 10 |
pounds bread, $1 25	
For services as draughtsman 15 days, $40 32; subsistence 15
d ay s, $ 15 .' |
For services as draughtsman 15 day*, $35 80; subsistence 15
days, $15 !
For services as engineer 15 days, $60 48; subsistence 15 days, $15. |
For services as engineer 15 days, $60 48; subsistence 15 days, $15. i
For services of JO firemen and coal heavers 15 days j i
For subsistence of officers and crew of "Active" 15 days !
For return rations borrowd from steamer " A ctive "  ..........
For 400 feet lumber, $10; 2 coils rope, $1; 2 quires sand paper, $1.1	
For 1 scow, complete i	
Fori black whale-boat	
Total expenditure fourth quarter 1858
$6 00
75 02
233 00
5 00
252 00
22 15
32 83
145 50
798 00
36 3ff
55 32
50
80
75
48
75
48
350
79
379
55
223
72
12
00
400
00
80 CO
54
EXPENDITURES FOR THE TEAR 1858.
First quarter.^  $692 39
Second quarter  9,331 31
Third quarter .  9 516 41
Fourth quarter...,.&&. .....*."..""... 5,417 54
Total 24,957 65
FIRST QUARTER, 1859.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.     Total.
D. B. McKibbin	
Lieut. A. V. Kautz..
For 228 pounds fresh beef I
For 6 barrels pork, $97 35; 919 pounds beef, $137 85; 4,500
pounds flour, $360	
For 254 pounds bard bread, $22 86; 4 bushels beans, $9 38; 220
pounds coffee, $35 20	
For 660 pounds sngar, $99; 124 pounds rogar, $17 36; 333 pounds
candles, $102 37; HO pounds soap, $8 25.	
For transportation on 4 tons from San Francisco *...
S. W. Bedford ....
Lieut. A. V. Kautz.
J, 003
Marten & Gain mans.
J. W. White	
Patrick Maguire	
Philip Keach	
For 37 pounds pork, $8 50; 74 poundB venison, $7 40	
For 10 barrels pork, $162 25; 1,099 pounds beef, $164 85;
pounds flour, $105	
For 142 quarts beans, $9 94 ; 362 pounds rice, $25 34 ;'200 pounds
coffee, $35; 541 pounds sugar. $6*6 95	
For 120pounds soap, $9 60; transportation on 3} tons, $75.*.....
For subsistence stores ..  	
I For 2 boxes soup meat. $2; 1 sheep, $5	
For boarding 1 employe at San Francisco 8
I For RO pounds lai d, $30; 75 pounds cheese,
butter, $135 ; 339 pounds ham, $115 50 ...
! For 43 gallons molasses.  $34 40;   50 gallons  sirup, $50;
pounds sugar, $44 22;  K 9 pounds apples' &IS).62- --' j
eeks and 2 days...
U 75; 380 pounds
)I
$595
67
226
80
20
44
98
00
305
148
25
$34 201
969 62{
15 90
432 10
137'23
84 60
653 93
1,963 74
..........
7 CO
-.-..---..
53 57 N0R1HWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
49
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Phil. Keach—Cont'd
John L. Doherty ...
Lieut. A. V. Kautz..
Wolf & Co	
Peter McManus	
Do	
Richards & Hyatt..
Richards & Hyatt...
Wolf&Co	
James F. Godfrey
A. N. Baxter	
I Bichards & Hyatt
I Philip Keach	
Nature of expenditure.
For 107 pounds crackers. $19 26; 25 pounds tea, $18 75; 225
pounds flour, $11 25; 50 pounds meal, $3	
For 1 box macaroni, $6 50;   1 box raisins, $6 50; 50 pounds
prunes, $20; 1 dozen sauce, $6	
For I dozen pepper, $4 50 , 8 dozen cans pie fruit, $52; 3 dozen
cans corn, $25 50; 1 dozen tomatoes, $9	
For 5 dozen boxes yeast powder, $20; 2 cases pickles, $12 50;
i pound cloves, 25 cents; $ pound nutmegs, $1 25	
For 20 boxes candles	
For 265 pounds venison	
For 789 pounds beef, $118 35;  49 pounds beef, $5 88; 1,000
pounds flour, $51 20	
For transportation on $ ton	
T. A. Aubexlen..
Tubbs & Co	
Do	
Hubbard & Co ...
Johnston & Reay.
I Treadwell <fe Co..
I J. Ottigoron	
Hubbard & Co...
Amory & Aylward.,
For 20 pounds smoked salmon	
For subsistence purchased from Indians for which it was impracticable to obtain vouchers	
For subsistence purchased from Indians for which it was impracticable to obtain vouchers	
For 10 pounds hard bread, $1 25; 10 pounds pork, $2 50-; 1
pound coffee, 25 cents ; 1 pound sugar, 15 cents ; 10 pounds
hard bread, $1 25	
For 7 pounds bacon, $1 75; 1 sack flour, $3; I pound sugar 16
cento; $ pound tea, 37 cents; 6 pounds pork, $1 50	
For bread, $1 87; pork, $1 63; sugar, 32 cents; saleratus and
candles, $1 50; matches and sirup, $ I 75	
For bread and pork, $3 75; coffee and sugar, 70 cents ; coffee
and bacon, $7 25; 1 sack flour, $3	
For biscuit, 25 cents; crackers and butter, $1 53; coffee and
sugar, 45 cents ; coffee and sugar, 57 cents	
For bread and bacon, $3 25; 1 sack flour, $3; bread and bacon, $6 50; sugar, 20 cents	
Amount.     Total.
$52 26
39 00
91 00
34 00
150 00
175 43
10 00
Taylor & Smith ...
H. Ex.
For 1 shovel, $1 50; 1 kettle, $2; 10 pounds nails, 75 cents;
twine and needles, 38 cents, 1 axe, $2	
For 4 pounds spikes, 50 cents; 1 bar soap, 37 cento ; 2 pounds
tobacco, $1 50	
For knives, forks, grindstone, oven plates, and carpenters' tools..
For*2 ax«s and handles.	
For window glass, $8 75; 8 butts and Bcrews, $3; 1 dozen axes,
$28; 3 cruets, $12	
For $ dozen axes, $14;  1 bucket, 50 cents;  2 balls twine, 50
cents; 2kettles, $3 50; 2 kettle's, $2 50 ..-.	
For 1 saw, $9; file,$1; lock, $1 25; nails, 65 cents; 40$ yards
muslin tent-flies, $5 26	
For 35$ yards duck, $8 87; 15 pounds rope, $3 75; 2 tea-pots,
$2 50, I eoffee-pot, $3 50	
For 2 sets knives and forks, $4 50; 2 dozen plates and cups,
$4 40; 2 cooking stoves $320	
For 3 sheet-Iron stoves, $24; 33 joints pipe, $24 75; 5 roof-
plates, $5	
For 2 dozen brooms, $16 ; 1 dozen axes, $27; $ dozen hatchets, $6.
For 1 iron chest ,	
For 5 gallons sperm oil	
For 10 16-feet oars, $27 20; 10 coils rope, $49 50; 6 lanterns,
$18; 2 pounds tow, 25 cents	
For 4 pairs scissors, $2 25; 2 pounds wick, 75 cts.; cartage, 62 cts.
For $ dozen knives, $5; forks and spoons, $2 25; 6 tin boxes, $4
For 1 dozen basins, $5; 3 tureens, $12 50; 3 coffee-pots, $9	
Less 1 dozen basins disallowed	
Mule shoes, axe bandies, gutta-percha buckets, &c	
For 6 packing baskets	
For 2 Sheet-iron stoves, $31; 9 tin map cases. $20; 1 tin box, $4..
For 3 nests mess furniture, $35 25; 3 camp chests, $59 25; $
dozen ovens, $12	
For 12 conical tents, $1,046 40; 12 reconnoissance tents, $402....
For 4 observii g tents, $230 -. 50 pack covers, $300; 2 ensigns, $54
For 2 ensigns, $37 50;  4 halliards, $10; 2 dog-pulleys. $15; 50
jacks, $5	
For 21 pounds cord, $3 15; 4 pounds wax, $3;J5 pounds twine,
$3 ; 3 palms, $1 50 y/..	
For 3 dozen needles, $4 50; 1 tool bag, $1^.	
I For2^aws, $15; 2 chests of tools, $102; 2 packing boxes, $10;
2 drawing boards, $5 -j/?- 	
Doc. «6x—4
18 62
128 90
53 75
49 00
94 95
3 62
25 50
5 00
55 00
106 50
1, 448 40
' 584 00
67 50
10 65
5 50
!19 75
26 50
185 43
2 50
22 05
10 50
49 70
9 00
44 03
5 00
250 27
25 00
9 00
98 57
11 25
21 50
236 30
24 00
161 50
2,116 05
132 00 50
NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.      Total.
Barnes & Ayres |
M. Lawless	
For 1 sheet-iron stove, $8; 7 joints pipe, $5 25; 1 roof plate, $1 50-	
For 6 panniers, $120; saddle thread and awls, $2 50; 5 gallons
oil, $10      $132 50
For saddle and harness needles, $4;   buckles, rings, and snaps,
$1; 25 halters, $37 50         42 50
For 9 map-case straps, $5 50 ; straps for packing box, $1 50  7 00
W.H.Wood	
G.L.Dudley	
Treadwell & Co ...
A. J. Plate ,
Stott,McNamee &Co I
Henry Roeder	
James W. Forsyth..
Do	
Richards & Hyatt.
S.McCaw&Co...
Men-ku-walk-a. ..
J. M. Durkan	
A. Hibbard	
E. L. Willey	
For medicine for hospital purposes  —	
For chemicals for photographic apparatus	
For 1 spring wolf trap	
For 1,000 navy caps, $2 25; $ bag shot, $1 25 ; 3 bags shot, $750;
6 pounds powder, $4 50	
For 600 pounds hay	
For 6 tons hay -	
For 104 sacks barley	
For 12 sacks barley, $32 55;  19 sacks oats, $38 52; 5 sacks
ground feed, $10 11 -	
For transporting same	
James T. Godfrey
E. & G. W. Blunt
W. H. Bancroft..
Wm. Wurdemann.
G. E. Higgins	
E. & G. W. Blunt.
William Schmolz ..
Eugene Kelly & Co
William Wright	
William K. Lear	
A. Richter	
H. S. Underwood -.
Stiles & HunderhiU.
Stephen Robbins	
G. W. Morse	
John Gibbs ,
William Utter	
Charles T. Allen....
P.J.Evans	
For 6,670 pounds barley, $200 3 0; 4 tons hay, $96	
For 3,052 pounds barley	
For'125 feet boards 	
For rent of 1 room in San Francisco, as store-room, 7 weeks	
For 10,000 shingles	
For 1,158 feet boards $18 52; 750 feet battens, $6 04; 312 feet
cedar, $6 24 1 •-..
For 1,000 feet lumber	
For 2 gold chronometers. $800; 2 eases, $6; packing box, $1 12..
For 2 reams cap paper, $14; 2 reams letter paper, $12;  1 ream
computing paper, $17 50	
For $ ream blanks, $20; 2 reams letter paper, $13; 2 reams note
paper, $12 ■	
For 4 dozen note books, $36; $ dozen time books, $6; 1 dozen
portfolios, $18	
For 3 dozen silk taste, $18; 1 roll red tape, $2; 1 eyelet press,
$5 ; 2 dozen bottles ink, $10 50	
For 1 pound India-rubber, $3; 1 pound sealing wax, $2; 4 balls
twine, $2; 1 inkstand, $6	
For 6 gross pens, $9 ; 4 tin boxes, .$32; binding catalogues and
almanacs, $26 50	
For copy Benton's 30 years in Senate, (2 volumes,) $10; 1 copy
Rogets* Thesaurus, $2 50	
For 3 dozen bottles ink, $3; 500 labels, $12	
For surveying.instruments	
For 2 gold pens and holders	
For 1 photographic apparatus, $213 23 ; cartage, $2 13.
Steam'r Constitution
P. J.Evans	
C.C.Vail	
Wells, Fargo &Co..
Michael Dolan...
L. G. Coombs	
Do	
Bark Friendship,
For freight on lumber, rations, and 2 bales of sacks	
For freight on 1 box instruments from New York to San Francisco, $8 ; 1 box pistols, to Benicia, $1 50	
For transportation from San Francisco on specie, $6,000	
Steamer Northerner.
Pacific Mail Steamship Company.
Steam'r Constitution
For cartage on tent*, United States stores, and instruments	
For ferriage across Nook Sahk river	
For services of 28 Indians and 8 canoes	
For freight on subsistence stores, camp and garrison equipage,
&c, 35 21-40 tons	
For passage of G. C. Gardner, assistant astronomer, from Port
Townsend to San Francisco	
For passage of J. G. Parke, assistant astronomer, and G. C.
Gardner, from San Francisco to Olympia	
For passage of commissioner and 4 men from Olympia to Camp
Simiahmoo	
For freight on one iron safe from Olympia to Camp Simiahmoo ..
81 18
5 50
43 50
45 60
60 00
35 50
13 00
67 50
12 50
15 00
For astronomical and surveying instruments I I
For mule blankets burlap, duck, Turkey red, and cotton I	
For thread, $3 ; 2 sides leather, $15; 1 dozen awls, $5; 1 punch,
75 cents 	
For 3 pack mules  Ji. j
For 5 pack mules	
For 6 pack mules , m	
For 8 pack mules, $800; 525 pounds barley, $39 37	
For 3 pack mules	
For 6 pack mules !
For freight on 1 box from New York and 1 from San Francisco	
For use of scow, 6$ days, $13 ; 2 feed troughs, $5 !
For freight on 8 tons subsistence stores from Steilacoom 	
For transporting party of axemen, camp equipage, and provisions  I ifllllliii
For freight on 3 boxes, $10 ; freight on 10 kegs and 20 boxes, $10.
For transporting party of axemen, camp equipage, and provisions 	
9 50
90 00
63 00
1 50
$14
to
182
00
114
66
47
50
25
00
15
50
18
00
120
00
264
54
86 68
296 10
91 56
2 50
21 00
40 00
30 80
20 00
807 12
292
00
59
75
8
00
215
36
338
00
172
96
24
75
350
00
700
00
800
00
839
37
375
00
825
00
21
50
18
00
56
00
30
00
iJU
00
30
00
15
00
99
50
18
50
21
55
233
00
559
53
60
00
120
00
64 501 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
51
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued.
To whom paid.
John G. Parke	
G. C. Gardner	
Washburn & Wheeler.
Geo. L. Story & Co..
Wolf&Co	
Richards & Hyatt..,
Sil-ah-kanln	
James W. Forsyth..
Edward Barrihgton
Richards & Hyatt...
G. Barthoop & Phillips.
D. B. McKibbin	
Hudson Bay Com'y
J. Fitzgerald ,
Richards & Hyatt..
G. W. Cram
Do	
J. V. King.
James Love
Yum-a-kin.-
J. Joyce	
M. Fitzgerald.
J. Halsted	
P. McManus.
C. Finkbonor.
D. Woodruff.
W.H. Wolf&Co.
Richards & Hyatt.
Captain John	
Do	
Mas-que	
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.
For travelling expenses	
For travelling expenses	
For 37$ yards duck, $8 62; 8 bolts, $3; 8 latcheif$4; 8 dozen
screws, $1; 1 pair rowlocks, $5	
For 5 gallons oil, $7 50; 100 pounds lead, $10; 5 paint brushes,
$2 75; cartage, 50 cento	
For plank for repairing boat, $3; boat cushions, $4 50; rope,
50 cents	
For 1 boat oar, $2 38, 1 pair sculls, $2 50 ,
Total expenditure, first quarter, 1859.
SECOND QUARTER, 1859.
1 cross-cut saw, $39; 1 saw file, $1; 1 door lock, $1 25; 1 shovel,
$1 50; 10 pounds nails, 40 yards muslin	
April 2, 9 sacks potatoes	
April 7, 80 bushels potatoes	
April 22, 600 barrels turnips	
April 4 and 8, 1 pound coffee, 2 pounds sugar, 65 cents; 30 sacks
beans, $92 50; 1 sack coffee, $18 36; 12 barrels flour, $132;
20 barrels bread, $141 48; 7 boxes soap, $15 75	
May 8, 10 pounds coffee	
May 10, 58 pounds butter	
February 14, 24 pounds butter '.	
May 2, 23 pounds pork	
229 pounds pork, $50 38; 106 pounds bread, $9 54; 32 pounds
beans, $1 28 ; 8 pounds coffee, $1 60; 8 pounds soap, $1; 111
pounds pork, $24 42; 250 pounds flour, $13 75; 1 i gallon molasses, $1 25; 4 pounds candles, $2 ; 32 pounds Sugar, $5 12;
1 quart vinegar, 25 cento; 9 pounds bacon, $2 25; 150 pounds
flour, $8 25; 16 pounds bread, $1 44; 110 pounds beans, $4 40;
8 pounds coffee, $1 60; 8 pounds ground coffee, $2; 15 pounds
sugar, $2 72; 25 pounds sugar, $3 50; 1 quart vinegar, 25
cento; 1 pound candles, 50cento; 3 poundB soap, 44 cents; 1
quart molasses, 25 cents; 8 cans yeast powder, $3; 3 pounds
bread, 27 cents; 2 pounds coffee, 50 cents; 23 pounds bacon,
$5 75; 50 pounds flour, $2 75	
284 pounds beef, $85 20; 248$ pounds beef, $74 55; 175 pounds
beef, $43 75 '	
372 pounds beef, $93; 404$ pounds beef, $101 12	
2 deer	
May 10, dinner, supper, and bed, $2; May 11, 3 meals and bed,
$2 75; May 12, breakfast, 75 cento	
2 fresh salmon	
2 meals and lodging, $2 50, feed and stabling, $3 50; lodging,
50 cents; dinner, 75 cents; breakfast, $1; 2 meals and lodging, $2 50; feed and stabling, $3 50; lodging, 50 cento; dinner
and breakfast	
Salmon, $5 50 ; bread 75cents; supper, 3persons,
fast, 3 persons, $2 25	
2 25; break-
Total.
Supper, breakfast, and lodging, $2; bread, $1; meals, $2; bread
and meals, $5	
5 pounds sturgeon, 50 cents ; 2 pounds trout, 25 cents; 1 salmon,
$1 50; 2 salmon, $3; 2 salmon, $2 50; 6 pounds trout, $1; 2
salmon, $2 25	
16| pounds butter	
18 pounds pork, $3 60; 5 chickens, $2 50 ,
Ferriage, 25 cents; dinner,  75 cento;  supper for 2 persons,
$1 50;   supper for two, $1 50; ferriage for two, 50 cento;
breakfast, dinner, and supper, $2 25; ferriage, 3 times, 75 cento
6 geese, $3 ; clams, 50 cents; 4 ducks, $1; 2 geese, $1; clams,
50 cents; 2 geese, $1; clams, 25 cents; clams, $1; fish, $1;
clam's, 25 cento; clams, 25 cento; fish, 50 cents ; venison, $1;
clams, $1 25; pigeons, 37 cents; clams, $1 50	
Flour, $34 50; sugar, $14; soap, $3 37; raisins, $8	
1,157 pounds beef—25 pounds at 12 cento, 68 pounds at 12 cento,
229 pounds at 16$ cents, 249 pounds at 17 cents, 191 pounds at
17 cento, 169 pounds at 20 cents, 131 pounds at 17 cents, 95
pounds at 25 cents	
2 cans lard, $6; 1 dozen bottles oil, $10; 3 cans lard, $9; 1$
dozen cans yeast powder, $6 75; garden seeds, $1 50	
5 half-barrels pork, $100, 3 barrels flour, $33; 6 bottles mustard,
$2; 2 gross matches, $3; lighterage to vessel, $5	
Canoeman	
....do	
Expressman	
$8 00
.4 88
$140 50
11 00
21 62
20 75
12 88
16, 816 48
12 50
5 50
3 12
18
66
6
75
80 00
18
00
400
74
2
00
21
75
12
00
4
60
150 46
203 50
194 12
40 12
10 00
11 00
8 37
6 10
7 50
14 87
59 87
203 56
33 25
343 00
8 00
1 00
4 00 52 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Ho-hal-hum	
Sea -qu ass	
Chit-Bum	
Steamer Maria	
D. A. Edgar	
R.V. Peabody	
L. G. Coombs	
La-hark	
Sa-two-am
Nature of expenditure.
Expressman •
Packer %	
Expressman	
Transporting subsistence stores, $198; passage of D. A. Edgar,
8,0   	
Amount.
Steamer Constitution
Steamer Maria.
Do	
Canoe transportation, $4; horse hire, $5	
3 Indians and use of canoe, $3 ; 2 Indians and use of canoe, $3 ;
oil for leather, $1 75; 2 Indians and use of canoe, $3; 2 Indians and use of canoe, $3; 2 Indians and use of canoe, $3;
3 Indians and use of canoe, $4; 2 Indians and use of canoe,
$3 50; canoe, 50 cents; crossing river, 50 cento; 3 Indians, $5
Ft*rrying 5 mules, $4; ferrying 3 mules, $2; 1 man, 81 ; ferrying barley, $1; ferrying *2 mules. $1 75; 7 mules, $4 25; 13
mules, $7 25; 18 mules, $11 25; barley and 3 men, 75 cents;
11 mules and 4 men, 86 50; 40 mules and 10 men, $22 50	
Services of himself, wife, and canoe	
Services of self, 2 men, and canoe in ferrying, $8; ferrying 30
mules,
$24
Steamer   Governor
Douglas.
Freight on government property to Camp Simiahmoo—I whale-
boat, $15; 1 package, $2; I whnle-boat, $20; 1 box, $1 50; 4
kegs paint, 1 can oil, 1 coil rope, 1 coil marline, 5 oars, 1 anchor, 250 feet lumber from Teekalet	
Freight on quartermaster stores from Queenborough, Fraser
river, to Chiloweyuck depot, $10 per ton, 5 tons	
Freight on 14 tons barley, 2 barrels pork, and 1 tarpaulin, from
mouth of Chiloweyuck river to Chiloweyuck depot—.... ....
Steamer Col. Moody.
Steamer Wilson G.
Hunt.
Wells.Fargo &Co.'s
Express.
Steamer    Governor
Douglass.
Nook-Sakh Peter...
Richards & Hyatt ..
Henry C. Wilson ...
James R. Wood ....
Sil-quil-te	
Quil-pa-vit	
E. W. Carks	
W- Wurdemann	
H. H. Bancroft & Co
Christopher Whalley
Freight of commissary stores, camp and garrison equipage, from
Queensborough to Chiloweyuck depot, 3 tons, at $9 per ton	
Freight from Langley to Chiloweyuck depot.	
Transportation of 4 officers and 8 men from Queensborough to
Chiloweyuck depot  .	
4 meals 	
Freight on 5 tons coal from Victoria to Chiloweyuck depot	
Freight on 790 packages quartermaster stores 	
Transportation of chief astronomer and surveyor	
Freight on 5 half-barrels pork from Whatcom to Simiahmoo,
f5; passage of surgeon from Camp Simiahmoo to Whatcom,
$3; freight on 2 anchors from Teekalet to Camp Simiahmoo,
SI	
Transportation of 1 box from San Francisco to Port Townsend,
$3; transportation of 1 package from San Francisco to Port
Townsend, $1	
Transportation on 25,000 pounds barley, 2 barrels pork, 1 pau-
lin, and passage of J. N. King from Langley to the Hudson
Bay Company's fishery	
Transporting 48 sacks barley, $27; services of himself, 1 man.
and canoe, sacking and transporting coal, $3; services of self,
2 men, and canoe moving camp equipage, &c, $4	
Richards &, Hyatt...
E. C. Fitzhugh, agt.
Bellingham Bay
Coal Company.
Richards & Hyatt ..
30 yards duck, $9; 50 pounds pitch, $6 25 ; 2 gallons tar, $1 50 ,
9 pounds iron, 90 cents; 1 gross wood screws, $2	
1 whale boat	
1 whale boat ,
6 plank, for frame*, $3; 6 pack ropes. $1 37	
21 pieces of plank, $5 25; 12 pieces of plank, $6	
Repairing watch of the boundary commission	
2 reconnoitering glasses, $32; 3 sun glasses, $3	
1 roll 31 -inch tracing cloth, $18 ; 1 roll 30-inch cloth, $25; 1 roll
18-inch cloth, $10; 2 quires tracing paper, $6	
2 dozen plates, $9 ; 1$ dozen cups and saucers, $9 • $ dozen dishes,
$4 12$ ; $ dozen deep dishes, $5 25; 1$ dozen tumblers, $3 75 ;
3 bowls, $3; 3 small plates. 75 cento; 1 dozen candlesticks,
$11 50; 1$ dozen knives, $10 50; 1$ dozen forks, $9; 3 d..zen
spoons, $13 50; 3 salt dishes, $1 124; 3 sets of covers, $12 ;
3 small jugs, $2 25	
2 papers tacks, 50 cento; 1 coffee pot, $1 ■ 1 cross-cut saw, $9; 75
gunny bags, $14 25	
24- tonB coal.	
Curtin & Pettibones.
3 balls twine, 75 cents; $ dozen tin plates, 75 cents; $ dozen
knives and forks, $2; 1 tin bucket, 75 cents; 1 camp kettle,
$1 75; 1 frying pan, $1; 1 bake oven, $2; 1 coffee mill, $1 • 2
sheet-iron pans, $1 75; 2 augers, $3 25; 3 padlocks, $1 12; 5
tin cups,75 cents; 29 cotton bags, $3 62; 1 tin can, 25 cento;
4 tin cups, $1; 13 pounds rope, $3 25; 6 rings, 50 cento; I 2-12
dozen bottles liniment, $7; I pair blacksmith's pinchers, $1 50;
1 dozen boxes matches, 50 cento; $ dozen currycombs, $3; $
dozen horse brushes, $6	
5 tons coal, $80; 100 gunnies, $20; wharfage and drayage, $7 50.
$50 00
50 00
27
00
39
50
72
00
4
00
70
00
490
00
20
00
Total.
$2 00
21 00
2 00
203 09
9 00
30 25
62 25
' 6 00
32 00
48 50
1C0 00
212 50
510 00
9 00
4 00
90 00
31 00
19 65
150 CO
150 00
4 37
11 25
6 50
35 00
59 00
94 75
24 75
25 00
43 99
107 50 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account ofnoithwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Curtin & Pettibones
—Continued.
H. N. Baxter.
Capt. John Pal-al-to.
W. Gardner	
Ayers & Williams ..
,W. H. Wolf & Co
Nature of expenditure
Amount.
1 dozen spoons, $1 50; 1 dozen bottles mustard, $2 75; 3 sauce
pans, $6; 6 tin plates, 75 cents; 2 dishes, $1 75; 1 bake
oven, $2 50; 1 coffee mill, $1; $ dozen cups, $2 50; 1
mess chest, $6, 200 drill sacks, $25; 1 spring balance, $6 50;
12 pulleys, $3 ; 1 padlock,37 cents; 2M percussion caps, $4 50;
5 gunny sacks, $1; 3 door locks, 75 cento; $ dozen knives and
foiks, $1 50; $ dozen tin plates, 75 cento ; 2 nests camp kettles, $6; 1 butcher knife, 75 cents; 1 dozen tin cups, $2; 1
dozen knives and forks, $3 50; 3 camp kettles, $9; 1 coffeepot, $1 25; 1 gridiron, $2 25; 3 tin pans. $4; 2 frying pans,
12; 2 butcher knives, $1.25; 1 bucket, $1 ; 50 gunny sacks,
$10; 2 dozen screws, 37 cents; 6 padlocks, $ I 50; 3 shovels,
$4 50; 1 piece webbing, 50 cento; $ dozen tin cups, $1 ; 2 coffee mills, $2; drayage and wharfage in 'Victoria, $1 50; freight,
Cle-cla-num
J.N.King...
Cla-oeck. ...
Chil-qua-leln.
Whio-cla-ma
Leo-chio.	
Klis-i-na-ma
Pouck-1-a-tan..
Hahl-bal-tiu ...
Cla-oeck. ..	
So-twaon......
Sil-qui 1-tu	
Ska-a-kle	
Qua-luck	
Cal-cha-luck...
Qua-turn	
Ischa-qu-luts. .
Cheer-si-leop. .
Tocha-que-luts
Tes-sa-auck	
Te-a-itch	
Co-ha-sa-luck..
Cha-calto	
Chil-o-sul,	
Hon-um	
Oe-sa-luck	
Satwoan. .. ^M;
Kh-maty-lum..
Ae-luy	
Silquil t hu	
Que-lano:
Joe Nook Sahk.
Bill Chiloweyuck.
Dan	
Charlie _,	
Tallis Kamin
George.
Peter
Johnny
Peter
John.
Dick.
Sam.
Joe
2 water buckets, $1; 2 balls twine, 50 cento; 6 pounds lead,
$] 20; 3 yards flannel, $1 87; 1 thimble and thread, 63 cento;
10 pounds lead, $2; 1 dozen axes, with handles, $26; 125 feet
Bcantling, $3 12	
1 canoe for feed-trough	
32 yards of canvass  $	
2 frying pans, $3 50; 1 set knives and forks, $2 25; 2 set spoons,
$1 32; 6 tin plates, $1 50; 2 camp kettles, $2 50; 1 coffeepot,
$1; 1 salt box, 25 cento; 1 pepper box, 25 cento; 6 tin cups,
75 cento	
$ dozen tin plates, 75cents; 4 tin cups, $1; $ dozen spoons, $1 50;
3 sets knives and forks, $9 ; 1 coil rope, $15 50; 1 saw, $3 50;
1 pair compasses, 75 cents ; 1 gimlet, 25 cents; 5 brace bits,
$1 25; 2 sand paper, $1 25; 6$ pounds soap, $3 25; 1 dozen
axes and handles, $26; 1 butter plate, 25 cents.
Transportation of J. Love from Chiloweyuck department to
Forts Hope and Yale and returning from Fort Yale with 20
A parejos	
Freight on public property from Camp Simiahmoo to Queenbor-
ough, 5 tons, $6 per ton. ..^	
Employed transporting public stores from Chiloweyuck department up the river	
Employed transporting public stores from Chiloweyuck department up the river	
Employed transporting public Btores from Chiloweyuek department up the river	
Employed transporting public stores from Chiloweyuck department up the river	
Employed transporting public stores from Chiloweyuck department up the river	
Ferrying Indians over Chiloweyuck river
Transporting public stores
..... do do
Expressman	
 do	
 do	
Transportation of H. Custer down the river.
Ferrying surveying party.
On reconnoissance of 49th parallel. 54
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
m;
To whom paid.
G. K. Mlnshall	
J. H.Robertson	
Richards & Hyatt..
Geo.   Barthrop    &
Phillips.
T. Wooten	
Sil-quil-to	
C. F. Speal	
M. M. McMarner ...
J. Love	
J. D. CuBenbary	
Curtin & Pettibones
J. D. Cusenbary...
J.G.Parke	
W. Gardner	
J. A. Alvarez	
James Love	
R. V. Peabody .....
W. Wright	
Richards & Hyatt.
Do 	
W. Utler	
Richards & Hyatt..
Barrington & Phillips.
Curtin & Pettibones
J. D. Cusenbary	
J.N.King	
Curtin & Pettibones
W.G. Eason	
George Gibbs	
John P. Couch	
G. K. Willard & Son
S. Price & Co	
Steamer Eliza Anderson.
Cheh Suit	
Charley Suriass....
J. N. King	
L. G. Coombs......
Moses Phillips	
Eugene Sessa	
Do	
L. G. Cocmbs	
Joseph Stratford	
C.  Bruen	
John Stevens	
Curtin.& Pettibones
J. N. Kii g	
Richards & Hyatt..
Nature of expenditure.
5 pack mules	
87 yards canvas	
11 pack mules ;..,
2 bottles liniment, $2; 2 pounds soap, $1; 2 ounces calomel, 50
cents; 2 ounces sugar of lead, 50 cento; $ pound borax, $1 50;
1 horse rasp, $1 50; 2 pounds borax, $2; 2 pounds soap, $1
2 part dressed deer skins, $3; 3 oil-dressed skins, $4 50; 5 oil
and smoked, for strings, $10	
10 pack ropes ,
3 mules	
4 mules, at $100 ;	
2 mules, at $75 •.	
1 crupper, $3; 1 pair stirrups and 1 pair stirrup leathers, $2 50..
1 mule, $100; 3 aparejos, $36	
11 mules, $1,210; 2 mules, $250	
2 sides harness leather, $19; 20 pounds horseshoe nails, $15; 2
pounds calomel. $4; 1 pound blue stone, $1 ; 3 mule bells, $3 37.
6 mules, $810; 1 horse, $50	
lmule, $115	
17 mules,  $1,850;   1   horse,  $50;   2   aparejos,   $30; 4 riding
saddles, $50...|B	
20 aparejos, $2.^0	
15 aparejos, $150 ^.. ._■.	
3 mules, $300 ■	
4 mules, $360; 12 pack-saddles. $60; 26 canvas bags, $20 80	
2 sides harness leather, $14 ; 6 dozen saddlers' needles, $1 50 ; 5
gallons neat's-foot oil, $12 50; 6 dozen 1-inch bnckles, $3	
37 sacks barley, $106 85 ; 50 sacks barley, $144 • 8 sacks bailey,
$23 70; 150 sacks barley. $379 47; 50 sacks barley, $143 55...
4,086 pounds barley, $122 88; 2,241 pounds oats, $67 23	
1 ton hay	
30 sacks barley, $84 48: 5 sacks barfpy, $13 71	
202 bushels oats, $252 50 ; lighterage at Whatcom, $2 50.
Amount.
295 sacks barley	
747 ponnds barley, $26 14; 9 packing sacks, $9	
Stabling for horse	
30,000 pounds barley, $975; 50 saddle blankets, $75; 1 horseshoe
hammer, $1	
15 sacks barley, $84 72; duty on the same, $10	
Guide, 50 cents; specimen of natural history, $9 50; dredge net,
$2 50; hire of boat, $3; alcohol fo- natural history purposes,
$7 50; chemicals for apparatus, $10 75; alcohol for natural
history purposes, $6 ;1	
r-photographic cloth, $5;   7 bottles liniment, $3 50;   6 panes
glass, $1 50 jp ..£1	
3 bottles mustard, $1 50; 1 dozen vials and corks, 62 cento; $
dozen 2-ounee vials, 37 cents; ,$ dozen 4-ounce vials, 50 cents;
1 glaziers' diamond, $8 ; 10 pounds white lead, $2 20	
Freight from San Franch-co to Victoria on subsistence stores, 351
packages, 22 tons, $7 per ton &	
5 per cent, primage, as customary ,
Freight from Victoria to Langley on subsistence storei
packages, 22 tons, $8 per ton	
Passage of D. A. Edgar	
351
Canoeman.
Canoeman.
Services of himself, 1 Indian, and use of canoe	
Services of Mr. Ksalk, Indian, and canoe ■&&£
Ferriage and 2 days' board R. V. Peabody	
Lighterage of quartermasters' stores	
Transportation of subsistence stores from Whatcom to Camp
Simiahmoo „M	
Freight from Whatcom to Camp Simiahmoo, .§£ barrels flour, 30
sacks beans, 1 sack coffee, 7 boxes soap, 80 bushels potatoes..
Ferriage 5 mules, $2 50;  2 mules", 50 cents; U mules, $5 50;
2 mules, 50 cento.
Making 5 sets rodder irons.
Making 2 sets rudder irons.
$ fathom of anchor chain	
1 5-oared row-boat	
3 gallons tar, $2 25; 15 pounds spikes, $1 87 ; 34 pounds'oakum, $s!
Cash paid to Thomas Burton for rudder iron	
2 calking irons, $2  50;   15  pounds  pitch,  1 87;  9  founds
oakum, $2 25	
$400 00
150 00
5 50
250 00
150 00
154
7
00
70
176
12
00
00
3
o
00
00
3 00
8 00
Total.
$450 00
26 00
825 00
10 00
17 50
2 50
300 00
555 50
136 00
1,460 00
42 37
860 00
115 00
1,980 00
400 00
300 00
440 80
31 00
797 67
190 11
20 00
98 19
255 00
812 50
35 14
5 00
1,051 00
94 72
40 75
10 00
13 19
161 70
188 00
5 00
3 00
1 00
4 00
2 50
25 00
40 00
9 00
11 00
15 00
140 00
12 62
4 00
6 62 NORTHWEST- BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
55
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, fyc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
SU-qull-to	
Quil-pa-vit	
H. H.Bancroft <fe Co
Elias W.Carks	
W. Wartman	
Steamer   Governor
Douglass.
Twenty-five Indians
Hunton & Co	
JW. T. Armstrong &
Bro.
Hunton & Co	
Fowler & Co	
G. A. Reynolds & Co
Ayers & Williams..
Richards & Hyatt..'.
Curtin & Pettibones
H. Nevin King	
Noisy Bol)—Chiloweyuck.
P. A. Manldin	
Hunton & Co	
E. Canay	
Harry Indian	
Fowler & Co	
S.N. Doty	
West      Olympia
Wharf Co.
John Tobin	
Puget Mill Co.....
Fowler & Co ,
Sil-qult-to	
Ho-bal-kan	
So-ea-hill	
Joseph Lovett ,
Jas. M. Thain	
Jno. P. Couch	
Langley & Bros	
Andreas Richter ..
Curtin & Pettibones
Nature of expenditure.
6 blanks, $3; 6 pack ropes, $1 37.
21 planks, $5 25; 12 planks, $6.
1 roll 36-inch tracing cloth, $18; 1 roll 30-inch tracing, $25; 1 roll
18-lnch tracing, $ 10; 2 quires tracing paper, $6	
Repairing watch	
2 Reconuoiteriug glasses, $32; 3 sun glasses, $3	
Expenditures second quarter, 1859	
THIRD QUARTER, 1859.
Freight, 117 pounds beef, $1 50; on 3 packages public property,
$1 50; passage of two men, $20; freight on 4 packages public
property, $3 75; freight on 16 packages, $14 20; on 3 packages,
$1 12; passage of surgeon and quartermaster, $10; passage of
chief assistant surveyor, $11. ...i	
Packers, laborers, canoemen and expressmen	
1 gross of l$-inch screws, $150; 6 papers tacks, 75 cento	
1 bake-oven, $3 80; 1 frying-pan	
1 stone hammer, $3; 50 pounds cut nails, 5; 1 grindstone and
crank, $7 50; 1 dozen felling axes and handles, $28	
1 gross matches, $1 50; 1 coffee-pot, $2 50; 44$ yards cotton
duck, $13 28; 1 pint sulphuric ether, $5 m*-.	
6 cold chisels, $6; 2 water buckets, $1; 25 pounds mule shoe-
nails, $15; 10 pounds spring steel, $3; $ dozen 14-inch horseshoe rasps, $6; 1 heavy shoeing hammer, $1 25; 1 grindstone
and fixtures, $5; 5 pounds breau, $3 12; 3 marking brushes,
75 cents; 100 gunny hags, $16; 5 pounds white twine, $1 50;
1 bolt cotton duck, $24 85; If pounds saddlers' thread, $3 50...
3 pounds tent cords, $2 63; $ dozen tacks, 50 cents; $ dozen axes,
$8
1 tin kettle, $1 50; 1 pound thread, $1 50; 1 saddler's knife, $250,
6 scythe stones, $1 50; 1 gross li-inch screws, $1 25; 1 coffeepot, $1 00; 6 pounds raw cotton, $2 25	
$ dozen saw files, $1; 6 iron camp-kettles, $8 25; $ dozen bread-
pans, $7 50; $ dozen tin cups, 75 cents; $ dozen tin plates, 75
cento; $ dozen knives and forks, $3; 1 spring scale, $5; 3 coffee mills, $3 75; 25 pounds Id. nails, 50 pounds 8d. nails. 25
pounds lOd. nails, $8 $-inch steel, 16 p., at $6; 3gross matches,
$3 75; 1 gallon linseed oil, $2; can, 75 cents; $ dozen frying-
pans, $4; 3 bake-ovens, $7 50; 7$ pounds f-inch steel, $2 25;
1 ten-iron, $2; $ gallon turpentine and can, $112; cartage and
wharfage, $1 50 ,;	
2 gross matches, $5; 2 bottles olive oil, $1 50	
2 salmon, $1; 2 salmon, $1; 2 pheasants, 50 cento; 2 ducks, 50
cento; 2 salmon, $1; 4 trout, 50 cents; 2 ducks, 50 cento; 2
ducks, 50 cento; 2 salmon, 50 cento; I duck, 25 cento	
15 poundB outter, $15; 1 bottle pepper, 75 cento ,
2 dozen cans tomatoes	
Services as tide-keeper from October 1 to October 9, $27; board,
$15	
Amount.      Total
Piloting United States steamer Shubrick.
14$ cords wood	
15 cords wood	
14 cords wood, $63; 800 gallons water, $4
Making 1 set of rowlocks.	
50 pounds black paint, $7 50; 50 pounds white, lead. $9; 5 gallons
paint oil, $6 87; 50 pounds Manila rope, $15; 10 pounds marline, $3 75; 5 oars, $20; 250 feet white pine lumber, $15 80; 2
anchors, $19	
1 keg white lead, $4; 5 gallons tar, $5; 1 coil rope, $15 64	
1 canoe .- ,	
l..do	
l..do 	
2 4-inch blocks	
56,862 pounds barley, $1,137 24; cartage and wharfage. $41 37...
34 995 pounds barley, $874 88; cartage and wharfage, $35 ...4...
5 gallons alcohol	
12 mules, $1,500; 5 aparejos, $60; 5 aparejos, $40	
f gross 1-inch and H-inch roller buckles, $6; combs and handle,
$2 25: 1 saddlers' hammer, $2; 2 saddlers' knives, $1 75; 1
pound thread, $2; 1 pair pincers, $1 50; 1. spring punch, $1 25;
40 pairs gray blankets, $140; 52 pounds steel, $15 60; 4 pounds
borax, $1 50; 3 pounds sulphur, 75 cento; 5 pounds resin, 75
cents; 5 pounds salts, $1 25; 1 pound coperas, 25 cento; 1 bottle
aloes, $1 50; 10 pounds saleratus, $2 50; 4 gallons neat s-foot
oil, $2 50; 5 pounds beeswax, 75 cento; 37 pounds beef tallow,
$9 25; 6 pounds calfskins, $36; 12 deerskins, $18...	
$4
37
11
25
59
00
6
50
35
00
16, 676 50
$62"07
139 50
2 25
4 80
11 50
68
87
6
50
6
75
15
75
20 00
42
00
20
00
65
25
60
00
67 00
5 00
109 42
15 64
10 00
20 00
15 00
4 00
1,179 11
909 88
6 25
1, 600 00
248 35 56
NOETHWEST   BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Det tiled statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, SfC—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure:
J. P. Couch	
Hunton & Co	
Hudson Bay Co	
J. J. Archer	
W. Wright	
W. Burr	
J. E. Whitworth ...
E. Furste	
S.P. Page	
Pacific Mail S. S. Co
Steamer   Governor
Dor.glass.
Steamer Julia ■
JoTin Halsted	
Ayers & Williams
Robert N. Scott.,
G. A. Reynolds & Co
James N. Thain	
har-
20 pounds iron, $4 40; 1 pound red chalk, 38 cents; 2 sides
ness leather, $20	
6 bottles mustang liniment	
34 pounds horse-shoe iron, $5 10; 20 pounds steel, $5	
1 horBe	
2 sides of harness leather, $18; 1 shoe-ku;fe, $3; 1 pound shoe-
thread, $1 50; 4 riding bridle bits, $1	
Repairing clock .. 	
1 ream white paper, $7; 6 blank books, $6	
Printing and ruling 1 ream blank vouchers	
Repairing screw	
Passage of F. Hudson, computer, from N. T. to Victoria	
Passage of F. Hudson, computer, from Victoria to Chiloweyuck
depot	
Transportation of commissioner and secretary from Camp Simiahmoo to Stellaeoom	
Canoe and Indian travelling between upper and lower Langley,
$150; supper, 75 cents; lodging, breakfast, and dinner, $2;
'breakfast and dinner, $1 50; canoe and Indian, $3; canoe and
Indian, $1; supper and lodging, $1 25; break*ast and dinner,
$1 50; passage on steamboat, $6; supper, 75 cento	
50 barrels flour	
Cartage and wharfage	
Hunton & Co	
P. M. BackuB	
Goodwin & Co	
R.R. Powell	
Chaley Sumass	
J. P. Couch	
D. H. Byrd	
G. A. Raynolds & Co
Fowler & Co..
Steamer Julia
John Joyce...
C.Lilly	
Hunton & Co.
Qua-o-sut	
U. 8. Commissary of
Subsistence.
Thomas Harris &Co
Hunton & Co	
10 barrels pork
5 barrels flour.
Amount.
Total.
15 barrels flour	
400 pounds sugar, $39; 105 pounds coffee, $17 85; cartage and
wharfage, $175	
4 boxes soap, $8 50; 7 half-barrels pork, $108	
1,423 pounds bacon, $234 79 • 13 gunny bags, $2 60	
46 bags bacon. $699 04; 42 half-barrels pork, $609; 47 barrels
flour, $446 50; 35 cases bread, $211 20; 10 bags beans, $59 37;
3 bags rice, $17 55; 16 bags sugar, $121 89; 4 bags sugar,
$52 36; 7 bags coffee, $138 13; 11 kegs vinegar, $71 50; 7
boxes candles, $33 25; 22 boxes soap, $37 40; 7 bags salt,
$12 25; 10 kegs sirup, $33 75; 33 half-barrels dried apples,
$607 44; 10 kegs pickles, $31 25; gunny bags and labor in
bagging for transportation, $40; drayage and wharfage, $20...
8 sheep ,
1 salmon, $1 50; 1 salmon, $1 50; 1 salmon, $1 50; 1 salmon,
$1 25* 2salmon,$2	
3 dozen Worcestershire sauces	
3 quarter beef	
6 barrels bread, $52 42; drayage, $L75; 17 half-barrels pork,
$263 50; 10 Backs bacon, $163 52; 16$ barrels flour, 156 75;
10 sacks onions, $55 90; 10 sacks potatoes, $34 76; 20 sacks
beans,' $40; 4 sacks coffee, $70 70; 4 half-barrels sugar,
$49 45; 1 box saleratus, $2 40; 1 box yeast powders, $7; 1
box sauces, $12; 2 boxes soap, $4; drayage and wharfage,
$12 25.
1 dozen bottles pepper, $3 50; 1. dozen mustard, $3 75; 2C0
pounds sugar, $25; 100 pounds coffee, $18; 10-20 dozen bottles
sauces, $3 33; 493 poundB bread, $44 37; 4 barrels pork,
$104; 4 boxes soap, $8	
1 quarter beef	
8$ poundfcbutter, $4 25; 3f pounds, butter, $2 34; 4$ pounds
butter $3 37	
19f pounds veal, $3 95; 6$ pounds butter, $4 06; 4 pounds
butter, $3 ,
1bottlenutmegs, $1 50; 2 bottles alspice, 75 cents	
1 salmon, $1 ; 1 salmon, $1; 2 salmon, $1 50; 2 salmon, $1 50; 2
salmon, $1 50; 3 ducks, 75 cents; 1 salmon, 75 cento; 2 salmon, $1 50; 8 trout. $1; 1 salmon, 50 cents ; 1 salmon, 50
cento.   	
100 half-barrels pork, $1,083; 21 barrels pork, $437 85; 24 bushels
beans, $61 20; 45$ bushels beans, $109 20; 1,100 pounds
coffee, $176; 403 pounds crushed sugar, §48 36; 1,866 pounds
brown sugar, $191 26; 23 gall ns vinegar, $8 05; 145 pounds
candles, $71 05; 320 pounds candles, $67 20; 810 pounds soap,
$61 77;   10 bushels-salt, $8 50;  5 gallons pickles, $3;   140
barrels flour, $1,120; 160 pounds , $14 40; 6 dozen cans
tomatoes, $36 ; 30 pounds peaches, $10 50; 2 dozen cans green
corn, $13; 1 case macaroni, $6; 2 boxe-i raisins, $8; $ dozen
bottles mustard, $1 50; $ dozen French mustard, $2 50; $
dozen bottles pepper, $1 50; $ dozen bottles Cayenne, $1 50;
$ dozen sauces, $5 50 Jj.	
1 sheep, 15; 22$ pounds beef, $6 75 :.	
i dozen bottles cassia, $1 12; $ dozen bottles cloves, $1 13; 1
dozen pepper, $3; 1 dozen yeast powders, $4; f dozen cans
green corn, $5 33; $ dozen bottles ginger, $1 12; i dozen
bottles alspice, $1 13; If dozen cans tomatoes, $13	
$50 00
1 25
202 22
68 60
$24 78
30 GO
10 10
40 00
20 87
4 CO
13 00
21 00
2 00
260 00
7 00
36 00
19 25
51 25
270 82
146 25
58 60
117 00
237 39
3,240
64
58
00
7
15
16
75
00
38
926 40
209 95
21 15
9 96
11 01
2 25
11 50
3, 546 84
21 75
29 83 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION. fi 7
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Steamer   Governor
Douglass.
Wells, Fargo Express
Archibald Campbell.
H. Caster	
La Chas	
Soe-tla	
Snahf't	
Rlah-ha-lum	
Kwoe-a-luck	
;Galt-lo-weh	
Ko-huin	
Cher-sl-leop	
Lor-loe-a-ken  ....
Koe-tal-ahen	
Sae-tla	
Hw-lam	
jSka-a-kl	
Hals-mika-mann...
Gait-lo-weh	
Nature of expenditure.
La Chas ,
W. Munks	
Sie-quit-tu	
Isa t - sil- ton %	
Ie-ho-let-za.	
Hu ts-ha-lah	
Ca-chuz-wls	
Sil-quil-tu ,
Hahts-la-le	
Sahl-lahl ton	
Isat-sil - ton ,
Ca-chuz-wis	
Tis-qua-matt	
Chit-some	
Taight-quo	
Ska-a-kle	
Ist-Bll-ton	
Co-chuj-wls	
To-o-sa-luck	
Ha-lo-lnka-nauo	
Chit-Bum ,
How-e-ate	
Sa-twaam	
Sumass ,
Simiah-moo . r..
Steamer Col. Moody
Steamer Julia	
Eo-sa-luck	
Dan	
Ham p que mitt	
John	
Tallis-kanim	
Jim	
Se home	
Su-sahk	
Dick ,
Too-sa-luck	
Sil-qui It -heo	
Su-t woam	
Se-yam-ate ,
Schi-ach -luck	
Sky-a-pu-sit........
George	
Co-pil-ca-num	
E-lam-i-ate	
Cle-cha-num	
Freight from Victoria to Chiloweyuck, 6$ tons commissary stores,
$14 per ton, $87 50; freight from Victoria to Chiloweyuck,
21 14-16 tons barley, $15 per ton, $328 12..,, .«***.'.).
Express charges.
Amount.      Total.
Freight on 1 box, $52 50
Services for Indians	
Packer	
 do	
primage, $2 63
. do ....
 do	
 do	
 do	
 do	
 do     ...
 do	
 do	
 do	
 do	
Expressman
Canoeman..,
Packer, &c 	
Ferriage of 13 public animals	
Laborer '.	
Canoeman	
Packer 	
Canoeman	
Laborer	
Canoeman	
......do 	
  do *»	
Laborer	
 do «*.
Canoeman	
 do ,	
...'...do 	
Expressman	
Canoeman	
Laborer	
Packer	
Canoeman ,
Laborer ,
Packer	
 do ,	
Canoeman .'	
 do	
Passage of 1 employe, $5; freight on 2 packages, $1.
Freight on 1 quarter beef	
Transportation of 34,991 pounds of barley	
Taking care of the mules	
Canoeman	
Packer	
Ferryman	
 do	
ExpreBsman ,	
 do	
Canoeman	
 do	
 do	
 do	
Expressman ,
 do	
 do	
 do	
 do .^ ,
Packer	
 do .u.	
.do
Sche-letoh	
Pow-kum I do
Schu-aum do
Sit-sum   do
E-cla-sia do
Sive-av-a-lis do	
Hal-cahl-ton do ...
Law-we-at do	
Se-yam-cla do
Sal a-mataa do	
Chl-al-cluk    Canoeman.
Co-tuchk do ...
Ska-a-kle    Packer	
Chi-al-cluk    Canoeman.
Sil-quil-tu do ..-.
$415 62
35 50
55 13
8 00
74 00
58 00
58 00
58 00
58 00
58 00
58 00
58 00
71 00
71 00
9 00
9 00
34 00
.22 00
3 00
14 00
5 00
2 00
4 00
26 00
1 00
15 00
18 00
9 00
4 50
1 00
1 CO
2 00
4 00
8 00
26 CO
3 00
1 00
51 00
4 00
1 00
75 00
59 00
3 00
2 50
6 00
11 50
23 00
14 00
4 CO
4 00
8 00
4 00
6 00
3 00
6 00
4 00
4 00
10 00
2 00
1 00
9 00
5 00
5 00
12 00
13 00
13 00
13 00
13 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 00
1 00
50
19 00
50
1 00 58 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, ftc—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.
Total.
Hunt-qui-nilt  Canoeman	
Tuck-tuck    Packer	
Saw-kit-sa    Canoeman	
Se-che-lits  Expressman	
Qua-o-luck    Packer	
Clnl-o-sut do	
Chit-sum do	
Chil-la-um .- do	
Squat-ho-ma-tun.    Expressman.
So-haht-sum    Packer	
Ho-hum do	
He-ak-lits do	
Cloc-qua ..  do	
Masque -do	
Sk-a-akb do	
Tes-sa-luck do	
W.H.Wood.
C Finkboner.
George Gibbs.
W. B. Hughes
Do
J. R. Foster
Stephen Robins.
O. Cashman	
L. G. Locher	
R. V. Peabody ..
C. Finkboner ...
Fowler & Co ...
R. V. Peabody	
Price, Miller, & Co.
Frank Johann	
Chas. R.Allen	
Total expenditure third quarter, 1859	
FOURTH QUARTER, 1859.
For 2 dozen powder, $27 50; 3 bags shot, $12 ; $ bag shot, $175;
5 pounds lead, $1 25 ; 3,500 navy- revolver caps, $2 ; 6 boxes
wads, $2; 10 gallons alcohol, $12 50; 10 pounds saltpetre, $5 ;
20 pounds alum, $4 ; 3 tin cans. $1 50 ; $ ream wrapping paper,
$3 75 ; 3 balls twine, $1 50; 5 yards line, $150; 2 pounds tow,
75 cents ; 10 pounds raw cotton, $5 ; 2 dozen vials, 1 oz. and
2 oz., $1 25; 2 packages pill boxes, $1 50; 2 pounds extract
copaiba and cubebs, $5; 3 packing-boxes, $4 25	
For 6 pounds powder 	
For 9 dozen sheaves oats, $27 00 ; 700 pounds hay, $7	
For 106 tons bay, $795 ; 503 pounds barley, $26 41; 251 pounds
oats, $131 83	
For 720 pounds-oats, $30 60; 3,396 pounds oats, $18866; 5,656
pounds hay. $21 21  ML *.-	
For 100 horseshoes $20 44; 500 mule shoes, $75 68; 143 mule
shoes, $17 44; 85 pounds horseshoe nails $31 88; 20 pounds
borax, $8 ; 2 sides bridle leather, $12 ; 4 sides harness leather,
$23 94; 1 piece duck. $30 69; cartage, $1 ; 103 pounds toe-
cork steel, $20 60; 757 mule shoes, $98 08; cartage, $1	
For 1 horse	
For 1 riding mule    	
For 1 riding mule	
For 3 riding mules 	
For 22 yards muslin, $9 90; 2 padlocks, $1 50; 28$ pounds
rope, $4 27	
For 5 gallons linseed oil, $10; $ dozen tin cups, $1; $ dozen tin
plates, $1 20; I tin pan, 75 cents; 1 bake oven, $3 ; L piece
cotton duck, $28 50; 1 buck-saw and frame, $2; 1 lock, 50
cento ; 2 pair brass hinges, 75 cents; 2 dozen screws, 37 cents.
For 1 saw	
For $ dozen brooms, $10 50; $ dozen candlesticks, $7 50; $ dozen
tin pans, $9 j&e.	
For 1 saw, $8; 1 cleaver, $3 j 1 knife, $1 53 ; 1 steel, $1 50 ; 1
blade for saw. $2	
Quil-quil Louis	
W.  B. Hughes, 2d
lieut. 9th inf.
Wm. Fitzpatrick...
James Nooney	
H. H. Bancroft & Co,
Bellingham Bay Coa
Company.
J. Forsyth*.	
dgar & Alme	
For 3 pounds rope, $ 1 50; 2 pair saddle blankets, $15; 1 set of
knives, $5 ; $ dozen tin cups, $3; 3 boxes yeast, powder, 81 87 ;
$ dozen pencils, 75 cents; 3 note books, $2 25; 1 tin camp
kettle, $2; 1 frying-pan, $1 75; 1 tin pan. 75 cents; 2 nests
camp kettles, $15; 1 set knives and forks, $5 ; 1 dozen spoons,
$3; 2 dozen yeast powder, $13 ; 2 choking stoves. $ 150	
For 130 feet plauk, $3 90g70 feet plank, $2 10 ; 2 dayB* use of
sleigh, $3 ML	
For 4, COO shingles, $240; 5,560 feet timber, $333 60 ; 141. 60 feet
timber, $141 60 ; 12,000 feet of lumber, $336 ; 21 doors, $64 ;
20 windows, $80; 800 feet rails, $152; 18,000 brick, $180; 20
barrels lime. $40; 17 door-locks. |42 50: 23 pairs butts and
screws, $3; 7 latches and bolts, $i ; costoif building chimneyB,
plastering, and laying hearths, $ 102 ; hire of 10 extra-duty men
lor 20 days, $100; hire of 4 citizen carpenters, $240 C	
For 34 days of storage of public property	
For 2 copies of American Almanac	
For ruliug and printing blanks. $25 ; 2 reams paper, $12; 1 ream
pamper, $8 ; 1 ream paper. $9; 2 reams paper, $12 ; 1 ream
. paper, $6; 5 large sticks India ink, $8 75; 100 envelopes, $6;
250 envelopes, $1 87; 6 pieces silk taste, $4 50; 4 dozen pencils, $6; 1 memorandum book, $8	
For 50 tons coal	
For 2,081 poundB hay	
For 14,182 pounds barley
$1
18
00
00
75
12 00
13 50
39 00
12 50
12 50
23 00
12 50
12 50
12 50
8 00
9 00
00
00
16,460 03
$94 00
6 00
34 00
953 24
240 47
340 75
60 00
150 CO
150 00
618 00
15 67
48 07
15 00
27 00
16 CO
223 62
9 00
2,075 701
10 00
3 00
107 12
300 00|
26 Oil
354 55 NORTHWEST BOUNDARY COMMISSION.
59
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 5pe.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Richards & Hyatt
William J. Warren.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
James Hay	
Steamer Eliza Anderson.
G. Clinton Gardiner.
Steamer Eliza Anderson.
H. Lafleur	
Str. Wilson G.Hunt
Charles Walters ...
Heury Custer	
Thompson & Co —
J. C. Alnsworth	
Eleven Indians	
Tenas Kamin	
S. Cain-i-ate	
J. N. King ,
Chs. Edwards .'.	
Wells, Fargo & Co .
Stanford Brothers ..
J.Wilscn & Son....
Thomas Tennent ...
G. A. Van Bckkelen
Josiah J. Le Count.
H. H. Bancroft & Co,
W. Schmolz
Joseph McGregor..
Nature of expenditure.
For 6 pounds nails, 60 cents; 2 pounds nails, 20 cento; 150 feet
lumber, $3; 531 pounds barloy, $13 27; 907 pounds bay, $258;
1,939 pounds barley, $53 32	
For ducks, $1; wood, $1 50; brldare toll, $3 50; horse hire, |3 ;
board, $3 25; passage of commissioner, secretary, and 1 employ e, $15 ; transportation of baggage. $2 50; passage of commissioner, secretary, and 1 employe, $i2 50; passage of commissioner, secretary, and 1 employ 6, $11 ; passage of commissioner, secretary, and 1 employe, $12; transportation of commissioner, secretary, and 1 employe, and public property,
$115 98; 1 day's board and lodging of secretary and employe
at Monticello, Cowlitz Landing, between Cowlitz and Olympia,
and at Olympia, $12 75; passage of commissioner, secretary,
and l employe, $45	
For freight from Port Townsend to Vancouver	
For 15 pack mules, $28; 5 pack mules, $10; 5 pack mules, $9;
9 pack mules, $12; 5 pack mules, $9; 5 pack mules, $10;
32 pack mules, $54 50; 17 pack mules, $8 50; 5 pack mules,
$9; 22 pack mules,* $38 50; ferriage on 90 men and 120 mules,
as above 	
For freight from Stellacoom to Camp Simiahmoo on beef, $9	
OS
For services of Indians  $*..	
For freight from Steilacoom to Camp Simiahmoo on beef,
freight on butter, $1; on cotton duck, &c., $3	
For freight on $4,600 from Fort Walla-Walla to Colville depot..
For freight on beef from Steilacoom to Camp Simiahmoo	
For transportation of party on Columbia river	
For services of Indians	
For transportation of e'oln from Fort Dalles to Fort Walla-Walla,
$4,600	
For tran»portation of coin from Fort Dalles, en route from Colville Depot, $4,609	
For packers, canoemen, laborers, and expressmen	
For services of Indian	
For services of Indian	
For drayage and whaifage	
For board and lodging and transportation of baggage, &c	
For express charges from San Francisco to Camp Simiahmoo ...
For 5 gallons binnacle oil, $11 25; 10 half-gallon tin cans, $3 75;
2 cases and packing, $1 59	
For 6 leather satchels, $30; 1 leather case $10	
For 2 charts	
For 1 ream copying paper	
For 1 ream letter paper, $7; 1 copying press, $15 ; I copying
book, $2; 1 dozen quart bottles ink, $7; $ dozen quires oil
paper, $1 75 ; 1 copying brush, 75 cents	
For 6 reams letter-paper, $36; 2 reams Congress paper, $12;
$ ream common paper, $2 50; 2 reams narrow-ruled paper,
$16; 2 reams commercial note paper, $8; 1 ream heavy envelope paper, $9 75; 5 quireB folio post paper, $3 75 ; 10 quires
heavy wrapping paper, $12 50 ; 32 sheets tracing paper, $6 ;
10 sheets antiquarian drawing paper, $15: 6 sheets blotting
paper, 75 cento ; 3001 ommon buff envelopes, $150 ; 250 opaque
envelopes, $2 50; 150 buff and 100 white envelopes, $3 75;
100 cloth-lined envelopes. $5; 2 gross parchment, $4 ; 3 gross
Perry steel pens, $3 75; 3 gross Gillett's steel pens', $4 50 ; 2
dozen penholders, $2; 4 bunches quills, $6; 6 gold pens and
holders, $24; 4 quart bottles ink, $3; 6 pint bottles ink, $3 ;
8 dozen lead pencils. $4; 4$ dozen pieces India-rubber, $8 50 ;
8 bottles mucilage, $8 ; 3 spools red tape, $6; 6pieces red tape,
$4 50; 1 pound twine, $1 ; 1 glass inkstand, $2; 3 erasers
$2 25; 6 knives, $12; 3 ivory pa per-folders, $1; 4 dozen tin
cases, $10; 1 tin box for papers, $7 ; 1 tape line, $1 25 ; 1 box
water colors, $8; 1 Atlas of the Heavens, $2 50; 1 portfolio,
$1 50; 2 papers ink powder, $2 50; 1 ream paper, $10 ; 1 ream
blank vouchers, $15 ; $ ream blank pay-rolls, $15; 2 drawing
books, $8 ; 18 note books, $13 50; 2 note books, for topography,
$3 ; 34 blank books, $21; 6 blank books, $12; 24 svo. blank
books, $12	
4 thermometers, $16; 1 pocket thermometer, $4 ; I thermometer,
$10 ; 6 compasses—I at $3, 3 at$4, $12,2 at $8, $16 ; 1 prismatic
compass, $25 ; 2 gimlets, $1; 5 bottles watch oil, $5; 4 chamois
skins, $6 ; 3 surveying chains, $22 50; 3 sets pins. $4 50; 2
adjusting pins,$1; 1 vial sulph. ether, $2 ; 1 artificial horizon
mercury flash lantern, $30; 2 marine glasses, $45; 1 pair
pocket dividers, $2 ; 1 leather case, $5 •
Cleaning and adjusting to sidereal time and chronometer, $72;
repairing screw key to level, $2; 1 sextant, $5 ; 1 pocket telescope, $15; 3 Nautical Almanacs, $6; 3 Nautical Almanacs $3
Amount.
Total.
$72 97
238 98
37 50
188 50
9 00
23 00
12 25
69 00
4 50
17 00
5 50
69 00
46 00
•79
00
5
00
4
00
5
25
14
50
3
00
16
50
40
00
12
00
9
00
33 50
389 75 60
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenliture.
Amount.
Tom, Indian	
Steamer Eliza Anderson.
Sam	
Chasel, Indian	
Steamer Eliza Anderson.
Charley, Indian	
David Hayes	
Charles B. Allen ...
J. Nevin King	
Transportation of subsistence stores	
Freight on 6 packages of medicines, $12 59; freight on subsist
ence stc
$1.
Ben, Indian.
Allen & Lewis
Chas.    Harker,    2d
lieut. 9th Infantry.
Do.
Do.
Do.
Thomas Stensgar.
Henry Lafleur	
Chas. R.Allen....
Fowler & Co	
Ayers & Williams
O.&E. Maker	
W.B.Hughes, lieut.
Lieut. J.W.Forsvth.
James Flood.
Transportation of subsistence stores	
Services of himself and three Indians and use of canoe transporting quartermaster stores	
Freight on beef to Camp Simiahmoo, $15; freight on subsistence
stores to Camp Simiahmoo, $19 50	
Services of himself and one Indian, and use of canoe transporting subsistence stores	
Cartage of portable forge. $1 ; cartage of subsistence stores, &c, $3
8 pounds butter, $8 ; 2-12 dozen cans corn, $3; 4-12 dozen cant,
tomatoes, $6; 3 cans yeast powder, $1 88	
Board and lodging at Dorty, $2 50; supper at Queensborough,
$1; breakfast and dinner on steamer, $2; lodging and 2 meals
at Victoria, $2 90	
2 salmon, 75 cento ; 1 goose, 50 cento; 1 salmon, 25 cento ; 4ducks,
$1 ; 2 ducks, 50 cento; 2 geese, $1; 1 salmon, 25 cento ; 1 goose.
50 cento; 2 salmon, 50 cents ; 1 goose, 50 cents ; 1 duck, 25
cento; 2 salmon,50cento; 4 ducks, $1	
6 dozen cans tomatoes, $33 ; 3 dozen cans green peas, $19 50 ; 3
cans green corn. $21 ; 1 dozen French mustard, $3 50; 6 boxes
prunes, $7 50; 2 dozen sauce, $14; l dozen Cayenne pepper,
$3; 1 dozen English pickles, $5; 70 pounds dried peaches,
$24 50; 1 case sweet oil, $8; 1 dozen mustard. $2 50; 1 dozen
black pepper, $2 50 ■ 1 box raisins, $4 75 ; 6 dozen yeast powder, $18; 1 case pie fruit, $6	
25 pounds beef, $3 ; 108 pounds pork, $14; 21 quarts beans, 90
cento; 15 pounds coffee, $2 53; 31 pounds sugar, $3 81 ; 186
pounds flour, $7 97 ; transportation of the above freight, $58 11
320 pounds pork, $14 40 ; 131 pounds beef, $16 37$; 2 barrels
flour, $16 80; 30 quarts beans, $1 28$; 30 poundB rice, $2 25;
30 pounds coffee, $4 80; 60 pounds sugar, $7 50; 10 pounds
soap, 80 cents ; 8 quarts salt, 26 cento ; transportation on above
freight, $148 20	
400 pounds pork, $55 80; 1,182 pounds beef, $147 75; 3$ barrels flour, $29 40; 6 bushels beans, $9 06$ • 70 pounds vegetables, $16 45; 31 pounds potatoes, $3 56$; 175 pounds coffee,
$28 ; 322 pounds sugar, $40 25; 42 pounds candles, $20 90; 15
pounds candles, $4 80; 92 pounds soap, $7 36; 8 quarto salt,
26 cents; 10 pounds sugar, $1 55; transportation on above
freight, $329 29	
3 20-200 barrels pork, $8602$ ; 13 381-1&6 barrels flour, $116955-7;
1$ bushels beans, $4 72$ ; 30 pounds coffee, $4 80; 56 pounds
sugar, $7 ; 8 pounds sugar, $1 24 ; 3 pounds candles, 96 cents ;
17 pounds ham, $4 03f ; 7 pounds soap, 56 cents; 6 quarts salt,
18 cento; 2 quarts mola<ses, 36$ cents; 861 pounds beef,
$1C7 62$; transportation on freight, $523 70$	
12 pounds butter, $9	
4 31-60 bushels potatoes, $13 80—amount allowed by the commis
sion, $8 04 ; 6 pounds butter, $6—amount allowed by the commission, $4 50 -$i	
2 hand axes, $6; 6 bottles mustard, $4 50; 1 broom, $1 75; 3 coffee
mills, $6 75; 1 hatchet, $2 50 ; 4 tin pans, $3; 1 pair candlesticks, $1; 10 tumblers, $5 ; 1 tin pan, $1 ; 1 tin pan, 75 cents ;
2 tin pans, $1 50; 12$ pounds cheese, $7 81; 10 pounds lard,
$4 ; 59 pounds crackers, $23 60; 1 auger, $1 25; 50 pounds
crackers. $23 60 ; $ dozen bottles ink, $6 ; 6 cans green corn,
$9; $ dozen cans tomatoes, $9 ; $ dozen cans peas, $9 ; 4 sheets
tin, $1; 4 brass candlesticks, $3|kjjL	
10 pounds butter, $6 25; 95 pounds sugar, $19 ; 25 pounds tomatoes, $4 17 ; 1 11-12 dozen cans tomatoes', $14 38; 1 dozen bottles black pepper, $3; 2-12 dozen cinnamon, 75 cento; 2-12
dozen cloves, 73 cents ; 2-12 dozen alspice, 75 cento; f pound
nutmegs, $1 50; $ barrel sugar, $16 51	
14$ pounds butter, $7 13; 100 pounds buckwheat flour, $10;
drayage, 37 cents ; 30 pounds butter, $18 75	
1 quarter beef, $18 90; 2 cans lard, $5; 3 pumpkins, 50 cento;
2 quarters beef, $33 88; cloth for' covering do., 75 cento; 2
quarters beef, $29 92; cloth for covering same, 75 cents; 3 quarters beef, $37 73 ; cloth for the same, 75 cents; 2 quarters mutton, $5 40: cloth for tbe«ame, 37 cents ; 3 quarters beef, $33 77 ;
2 quarters mutton, $4 20; cloth for the same, $150; 3 quarters
beef, $35 31; cloth for the same, $1 13	
5 barrels pork, $112 50; 11 pounds of ham, $1 53; 1.712 pounds
beef, $214 j 9 barreJs flour, $72; 50 pounds rice, $3 75; 6 quarto
salt, 16 cento; transportation, $457 60	
53 112-196 barrels flour, $451 60; 788 pounds bacon, $149 72 ; 212
pounds ham, $26 50; 15 barrels pork, $330 ; freight, $277 08;
freight, $3 94	
13 pounds beef	
1,238 84
2 601 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION. 61
|   Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
C.Lilly	
John Joyce..
C. Finkboner
Peter McManus	
Nature of expenditure.
Michael Reagan
J. E. Higgins ■..
Fowler & Co	
M. Lawless	
Reynolds & Howell
J.E.Clarke    	
Hubbard & Co	
Reed &. Brooks
Johnston & Reay
Treadwell & Co
2$ pounds butter, $1 87; 2$ pounds butter, $1 69; 5$ pounds
butter, $4 12; 2$ pounds* butter, $ I 69 ,	
2$ pounds butter."	
2 dozen yeast powder, $7 ; 2 pounds tea, $1 50; 5 pounds butter,
$3 13; 1 pound tea, 75 cents; 5 pounds butter, $3 12; 35
pounds dried beef, $10 50; 11 pounds chocolate, $5 50; 7
pounds butter, $4 37; 1 bottle ginger, 38 cents	
Trout, 50 cents ; berries, 25 cents; berries, 50 cento; trout, 50
cento; berries, 50 cento ; berries, 25 cento ; berries, 50 cento;
duck and salmon, $1; .berries, $1 ; salmon, 50 cents; duck, 25
cents; berries, 80 cents; duck, 50 cents; duck and berries, 75
cents ; berries, 25 cento; salmon and grouse, 36 cents ; salmon
and grouse, 25 cents; geese, 75 cents; geese and ducks, $2 50;
geese, $1; goose, 50 cents; geese and ducks, $1 50; salmon,
75 cento; berries, 25 cents; clams, 50 cents ; geese and ducks,
$1 25; clams, 25 cento; berries, 25 cento; clams, 25 cento;
clams, 25 cents	
Expenditure fourth quarter, 1859	
FIRST QUARTER, 1860.
For 2 pickaxes	
For 1 tin pail, $1; 1 coffee pot, 75 cents; 4 pounds shot, $1; 2
axe bandies, $1 50; 4 pieces Manila rope, $2; 1 yard cotton
canvas, 40 cents; 1 coffee mill, 75 cents	
For 8 pounds putty, $1 60; 3 hatchets, $6; 3 scythe stones, 75
cento; 2 dozen axe handles, $12 50	
For 2 leather panniers v..
For 500 gunny bags	
For 300 cotton sacks ,
For 2 stoves, $28; 2 tin collars, $2; 2 wooden chests, $8	
For 2 white granite meat dishes, $1 75; 3 china dishes, $3 25; 3
vegetable dishes, $2 37; $ dozen china soup plates, $1 75; $
dozen china dinner plates, $1 50; $ dozen thick coffee cups,
Amount.
$1 75;   1 sugar bowl, $1; 2 sirup jugs,
2 dozen heavy
tumblers. $4; 1 dozen plated table spoons, $5; 1 dozen plated
ten spoons, $2 50; $ dozen plated table forks, $3; $ dozen ivory-
handled knives, $3 75; 1 carving knife, fork, aud steel, $3 75..
For 3 zinc basins, $2 25; 3, nest of 4 Russia iron camp kettles,
$3 50; 1 French coffee-pot, $2; 1 tea-pot, $1; 1 wire gridiron,
$1 25; 2 frying pans, $2; 2 zinc basins, $1 50; 1 coffee-mill,
$1 25; 2 bread pans, $1; $ dozen tin cups, $1 50; $ dozen tin
plates, $1 50; 2 hatchets, $4; 1 tin bucket, $1 50	
For 1 nest of 4 Russia Iron camp kettles, $3 50; 1 coffee-pot, $1;
1 bake oven, $2; 1 frying pan, $1; 1 wire gridiron, $1 25; 1
coffee-mill, $1 25; 1 hatchet, $2; 1 tin bucket, $1 50; 1 bread
pan, 50 cento; 1 zinc basin, 75 cents; 1 whetstone, $1 50; 1
butcher knife, 75 cents; $ dozen tin caps, $2; $ dozen tin plates,
$1 50; $ dozen knives and forks, $3 50; 2 baskets, $7 '.
For duplicate of above	
For 1 nest of 3 Russia iron camp kettles, $3; 1 bake-oven, $2 ; 2
frying pans, $2; 1 tin coffee-pot, $1; 1 bread pan, 50 cento; 1
coffee-mill, $1 25; 1 zinc basin, 75 cento; 1 hatchet, $2; $ dozen
tin cups, $1 50; $ dozen tin plates, $1 25; $ dozen knives and
forks, $2 75; 2 meat dishes, $1 50; 3 japanned tin boxes, $2 50; I
2 willow baskets, $7 \
For 6 dozen axes |
For l dozen miners' axes	
For $ dozen claw hatchets	
For 1 claw hatchet	
For 8 dozen axe helves	
For 1 dozen axe helves ,	
For 1 dozen axe helves	
For 10 shovels ,
For $ dozen spades	
For 2 Coe's cross-cut saws ,
For 1 dozen cross-cut saw files ,
For 1 dozen 5-inch taper files 	
For 1 dozen 5$-lnch taper files	
For 2 4-inch rat-tail files	
For 2 6-inch rat-tail files i	
For i dozen 5-inch round bastard-files ,
For i dozen 8-lnch round bastard files ,
For $ dozen 5$-lnch whip saws	
For 4 dozen 16-inch horse rasps	
For $ dozen 16-inch flat bastard rasps	
For $ dozen 14-inch wood rasps	
For 3 bull braces ,
For 15 auger bits '„*	
Total.
|9 37
2 06
36 25
18 36
,   16,560 38
$24 25
31 00
31 00
29 00
102
00
14
00
4
50
1
00
32
00
4
50
6
00
11
00
4
50
12
00
6
00
2
00
2 25
42
50
63
88
1
75
54
00
6
00
6
00
4
50
5
25
$2 CO
7 40
20 85
45 00
72 50
30 00
38 00
37 37
115 25 62
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY COMMISSION".
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northicest boundary survey, 8fC—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Treadwell  & Co.— For 1 dozen gimlets	
Continued. For 2 spoke shaves 	
For 1 screw wrench - -	
For 1 anvil	
For 2 pair blacksmiths' pincers	
For 50 pounds nail rods	
For 100 pounds horse-shoe Iron	
For 100 pounds flat Iron, assorted	
For 100 pounds toe cork steel	
For 26 pounds $-ineh square steel	
For 1,000 pounds mule shoes	
For $ dozen pair reaching shears	
For 4 gross screws, assorted	
For 1 gross brass screws	
* For 4 dozen buckles	
For 6 pair 3-inch butts and screws	
For $ dozen chest locks	
For 7 papers copper tacks —.-	
For 3 dozen papers assorted tacks	
For 1 stock and die	
For 5 kegs nails -- 	
For 6 pounds wrought nails i...	
For 768 pounds pack rope	
For $ dozen mule bells	
For 1 keg 5-inch eut spikes	
For 7 papers harness needles •*..
For 3 dozen Bail needles, 75 cents; $ dozen pack needles, 25 cents-
For 4 sewing palms, $1; 6 pounds sail twine, $3
Amount,
$0 75
3
00
2
50
4
88
Q
A*
75
4
00
7
00
6
00
12
50
5
20
Eugene Kelley & Co
Thomas Aylward.
G. H. Knaggs ,
William B. Olden...
Str. Eliza Anderson
Steamer Pacific	
Steamer Panama ...
For 4 sail thimbles, 51) cento; 8$ pounds hemp, $4 25	
For 8 pounds cotton sewing twine. $4; 2 pounds harness thread, $2
For 1 dozen carpenters' pencils, $1 ; 1 carpenters' hammer,$l 25-
For 2 pounds cotton cord, $4 ; 3 pounds lamp-wick. $ I 50	
For 14 pieces tent cord, $14; 1 coil $-inch rope, $6 67	
For 1 pound iron twine, 25 cents; 1 pick and handle, $2 ...	
For 1 pound chalk, 25 cents; 1 saw set, 75 cents	
For 14 leather buckets, $70; 1 grindstone, $1 25	
For 3 scythes and snaths, $6; 3 scythe stones, 25 cento	
For 2 dozen bottles mustang liniment	
For 10 pounds castile soap, $1 50; 10 pounds borax, $3 75	
For \ dozen marking brushes, 50 cents ; 2 pounds lampblack, 50 cts
For 1 set tin measures	
For 1 gallon turpentine and tins, $1 50; 1 spring balance, 60
pounds, $4 50	
For 1 ream heavy wrapping paper, $3; $ dozen brass candlesticks, $3	
For $ dozen brooms, $3 75  	
For 1 dozen coffee mills, $12; $ dozen box coffee mills, $5	
For i dozen coffee mills, $4 50; 7 box coffee mills, $10 50	
For 3 nests camp kettles, $10 50; 6 dozen tin cups, $7 50 1
For 11 nests camp kettles, $27 50 ; 6 dozen tin plates, $6	
For 6 dozen knives and forks, $9; 2 dozen iron table spoons, $2 50
For 4 bake ovens, $8 ; 2 dozen Iron tea spoons, $1 50 |
For 8 bake ovens, $ 19 ; 1 dozen iron bread pans, $9 !
For $ dozen frying pans, $9; $ dozen iron tinpans, $1 13.& |
For 1 French coffee pot, $2 ; $ dozen tin pans, 75 cents	
For 25 pounds oakum, $3 13; 1 set calking irons, $3 50	
For 52 pounds marline	
For packing above, 8 boxes  _■.-.'..	
For cartage of above, 3 loads.	
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
1 bolt No. 1 cotton duck, 84$ yards	
1 bolt No. 2 cotton duck, 25 yards	
4 bolts No. 9 cotton duck, 550 yards	
2 bolts Buckeye cotton duck, 94$ yards	
1 bale Methune cotton duck, 467$ yards	
4 bales No. 8, 44-inch, cotton duck, 319 yards
3 pieces crash, 40$ yards	
6 pieces crash, 71 yaids	
4 pieces bleached cotton mislin, 196$ yards ..
2 pieces Turkey red	
cartage to sailiuakers, $2 ; a id to steamer, $2.
For making 50 pack covers, 9 tents, and 4 tent flies, 1,188 yards.
For 56 jacks for tent flies -.:.	
For 365 buttons for tent flies i.—-.-	
For 180 brass rings and tape lines for tents ;,.;..	
For fare of 3 personB, from Dalles to Vancouver	
For fare of 2 persons, from Port Townsend to Portland ....._■.
For fare of 3 persons, from Victoria to Simiahmoo and return.
For fare of 3 persons, from Esquimault to San Francisco	
For fare of 1 person, from San Francisco to Port Townsend .
125 00
7 50
5 00
00
00
50
00
38
25
50
21 25
75
88 32
6 00
CO
75
00
00
75
00
25
50
20 67
2 «
1
71
6
5
5
1
3
o
00
25
25
00
25
00
00
6 00
6 00
3 75
17 00
15 00
18 00
33 50
11 50
9 50
28 00
10 13
2 75
6 63
30 40
8 00
3 00
25 35
7 25
121 00
23 63
79 48
140 36
3 65
7 10
14 73
10 00
4 0)
297 00
3 36
11 25
10 80
122
41
24
00
30
00
40
00
100 00
25 00 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
63
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Hudson Bay Co	
John Wilson & Son
Eagene Kelley & Co.
0. B. McKibbin	
Castle & Freeborn.
Louis Seegor	
J. E. Higgins	
Henry C. Brown..
John Halsted	
Ayers & Williams
J. V. Meeker	
Joseph Riffle	
H. Hillard	
Macondray & Co..,
C. A. Low& Co...
Subsistence Depart
ment U. S. A.
John Stevens
W. KLear..
Str. Bro. Jonathan..
Str. Wilson G. Hunt.
William T. Warren
Str. Bro. Jonathan..
Str. Colonel Wright.
Henry Lafleur.
Charles P. Allen...
Nature of expenditure.
For 2 beaver chains	
For 190 pounds light harness leather, $66 50; 78 pounds heavy
harness leather, $23 40; 3 kip skins, $15; 6 calf skins, $21;
6 riding saddles, $108; 6 riding saddles, $102 ; 5 gallons neat's-
foot oil, $10; I keg, containing do., $2; $ dozen Mexican ring
bits, $13; 3 bridles, $13 50; 3 bridles, $15; 2 dozen H-inch
biass rings, $2; 10 square feet patent leather. $7 50; 1 dozen
curry combs, $6; 1 dozen brushes, $17; 4 rolls webbing, $3 ;
2 pair Mexican spurs, $5	
For 110 pair mule blankets	
For wrappers for do	
5 bushels potatoes	
8 mats coffee, $88; 18 bags coffee, $339 66; 30 half-barrels sugar,
$460 62; 20 boxes candles, $90; 6 boxes candles, $24; 36 boxes
soap, $54; 3 cases salt, $9 ; 14 cases tomatoes, $97 50; 7 cases
corn, $66 50; 5 cases pease. $40; 1 case macaroni, $3 50; 1
case vermicelli, $3 50; 2 cases sauce, $30; 1 case pickles, $35;
1 case mustard, $21; 2 cases mustard, $12; 5 boxes raisins,
$21 25; 1 case cheese, $24 15; 1 case spices, $6; 1 case pepper, $8 ; I case pepper, $7; 2 gross cans yeast powder, $70 ;
$ barrel rice, $10 16; 4 half-barrels pease, $33 15; 1 pound
nutmeg, $1; 6 bags corn meal, $11 25 ; 1 bale hominy, $12;
1 bale hominy, $5 ; 15 kegs sirup, $71 25; 12 cases pie fruit,
$96; 1 case dried beef, $20 20 ; 4 cases water crackers, $19 28;
1 bag prunes, $6 25 ; 1 tin case prunes, $7 92 ; 11 bags beans,
$78 48; 1 case olive oil, $6 50; 1 loaf sugar, $5 40; 1 case
herring, $12; 1 case herring, $30; 3 firkins butter, $115 50;
drayage and steamer, $8	
25 pounds beef -' ,
4 pounds sugar, $1; i dozen boxes yeast powder, $4-50 ; 100
pounds potatoes, $2 ; 79 pounds potatoes, $1 78	
7 pounds coffee, $1 12; 15 pounds sugar, $1 54 ; 6 pounds coffee,.
96 cents; 12 pounds sugar, $1 23	
Board and lodging at Fort Langlay, $2; 4 meals at Simiahmoo,
$3.
Amount. ' Total.
$261 25
2 5J
75 pounds buckwheat, $7 50; 5-12 dozen oljve.oil, $3 33; 3
dozen citron, $2 25; 5 dozen currants, $1 25; drayage, 50
cento; 2,400 pounds flour, $84; 340 pounds coffee, 68 cents;
115 pounds soap, $11 50; 150 pounds sugar, $18 75; 1 sack
foreign sugar, 38 cents ; drayag* and wharfage, $2 50	
10 quarters beef, 1,027 pounds, $112 97 ; cloth for covering, $4 12.
43$ pounds butter *	
81 pounds venison	
1 chest tea, $12; 1 chest tea, $15	
1 box tea	
35 sacks beans. $193 90; 200 rations, $4 40; 400 rations, $9 60 ;
400 ration-, $16; 300 rations, $12; 600 rations, $25 20; 350
rations. $23 52; 700 rations, $19 60; 200 rations, $5 60	
132 feet rope —
1 bushel lime	
Expenditures first quarter, 1860	
SECOND  QUARTER, 1860.
Transportation of chief astronomer, secretary, and two assistants, at $50.—.,,..,	
Passage from Victoria, Camp Simiahmoo : 4 at $10; 1 at $5 —
Drayage and porterage from Victoria to Esquimau It	
Passage of one employ6 from San Francisco to Portland	
3 officers and 5 men from Des Chutes to Walla-Walla, at $15...
Subsis ence,
8 bushels potatoes, at $1 75.	
4$ pounds butter, at 75 cents per pound.
4$ pounds butter, at 75 cento per pound.
I can lard, 10 pounds, at 40 cents
5 gallons molasses, at $3 50	
29 pounds cheese, at 62$ cents -..
1 dozen pepper	
11$ pounds cheese, at 62$ cento ..
1 can lard, 10 pounds, at 40 cents
25 pounds cheese, at 62$ cento	
1 can lard, 10 pounds, at 40 cents
3 pounds tea, at $1 50.	
2 dozen yeast powders, at $6	
15$ pounds cheese, at 2$ cents —
1 bottle mustard	
200 00
45 00
21 75
40 00
120 00
14 00
3 37*
3 37$
4 00
17 50
18 12
6 00
7 18
4 00
15 62
12 00
9 68
1 00
$2 00
429 90
263 75
4 50
2,073 52
3 75
199 96
117 09
32 81
6 48
27 00
10 00
309 82
5 00
2 50
5,415 68
$426 75
20 75
13 60 64.
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, frc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
K. V. Peabody.
William J. Warren
J. Nevin King
James Smith
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.
27 pounds venison, at 10 cento	
5 salmon, at 25 cents	
7 salmon, at 25 cento	
Ferriage of Garty at Plants and Spokane
25 pounds venison, at 10 cento	
Cash paid for subsistence in Victoria, from March 9 to March 13,
inclusive, 5 days, at $2	
Cash paid for subsistence In San Francisco, from March 13 to-
April 7, Inclusive, 21 days, at $2 50	
Cash paid for subsistence in Victoria, from April 14 to April 19,
inclusive, 6 days, at $2	
Cash paid for subsistence of two assistants in Victoria, from
April 14 to April 19, 6 days, at $2 	
P2 70
1 25
1 75
6 00
2 50
One day's board for two officers, at $2 25
Breakfast, two officers	
1 bottle mustard	
30 pounds potatoes	
2 pounds butter, at 75 cents	
4 boxes yeast powder, at 37$ cents.
6 pounds sugar, at 16 2-5 cento	
15 pounds beef, at 15 cents . .
A. It. Burbank    For subsistence of two officers 2 days, at $2	
S. N. Amizeroy    For subsistence of two officers, supper and lodging
For subsistence of two officers, meals and lodging.
For subsistence of two officers, breakfast	
A. Cahn & Co.
R.C.Dunn	
Allen & Lewis
Trevett & Co.
J. R. Fisher..
Graves & Co
J. Nerinking.
A. Plant	
James Graham
G. Abernetby & Co.
Charles R. Alien..,
Lyman Bess & Co ..
18$ pounds butter, at 37$ cento.
2 5-12 dozen hams, at $9	
2$ poundB nutmegs, at $2	
1 water bucket	
30f pounds butter, at 75 cento 	
10,011 pounds bacon, at 18 cents    1,801 98
2063 pounds hams, at 18 cents       371 34
1,502 pounds shoulders, at 18 cents       195 26
122 gunny bags, at 17 cento         20 74
50 pounds flour, at 4 cents........
22 pounds bacon, at 22 cents	
3 pounds coffee, at 25 cents	
6 pounds sugar, at 16f cento ,
30 pounds fresh beef, at 10$ cento,
00
84
75
00
15
1 case chocolate, 12 pounds, at 50 cento	
Supper and lodging for 2 officers and 1 em ploy e.
Meals and lodgings	
Breakfast ,
3 00
6 00
1 50
Supper for 3 employes, at 50 cents ,
1 day's board, for three ^employes, at $1	
Breakfast for 3 employes, at 50 cents ,
Breakfast for 3 employes, at 50 cents	
Dinner and supper for 4 employes, at 50 cento
BreakfaBt for 4 employes, at 50 cento	
50
00
50
50
00
00
10 days' board for F. Whitney, at $1	
Use of horse to Colville Depot for medical attendance
6 pounds butter, at 50 cents ...
10 pounds beef, at 15 cento ....
4 pounds saleratus, at 25 cento
127 barrels superfine flour, at $5 75	
254 gunny bags, for packing, at 16 cents
Packing, at 9 cents per barrel	
16 pounds butter, at 75 cents	
10 pounds saleratus, at 62$ cents.
6 bottles pepper, at 50 cents	
1 paper tea	
6 bottles mustard, at 75 cents	
12 00
6 25
3 00
50
4 50
242 pounds pork,'at $20 per barrel.
63 hams, at 14- cento  	
32 pounds beef, at 11-f.	
474 pounds flour, at $8 per barrel..
1$ bushels beans, at $3 15 a bushel.
32 pounds coffee, at 18$ cents	
10 00
52 50
12 00
24 00
4 50
1 50
59
50
1 50
1 50
1 00
2 25
3 00
4 00
1 00
7 OO
21 95
50
75
10
00
15
00
3
00
1
50
1
00
730
25
40 64
11
43
24 20
8 82
3 72
19 34f
3 39f
5 92
Total.
$14 20]
98 50
6 00
7 25^
8 00
8 00
8 25
23 06
2, 389 32
11 74
6 00
10 50J
13 50
25 00
5 50
782 32
26 25 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc,—Continued
To whom paid.
Lyman, Bess & Co.
Continued.
Daniel W. Lowell
Paul Babbish	
Antonio Plant	
Charles R. Allen. -,
William Wexon ...
W. B. Hughes	
Thomas Stingar
McKlvin	
George Pearson ..,
Fowler & Co	
T. V. Meeker.
V. R. Peabody.
C. B. R. Kennedy.
Nature of expenditure.
46 pounds sugar, at 10$ cents	
17 pounds sugar, at 12f cents	
3$ gallon vinegar, at 25 cento	
1 pound sperm candles, at 49$ cents
14 pounds soap, at 7j- cents	
4 quarts salt, at $1 per bushel	
Cost of transportation of 1,001 pounds, at 5 cento
148 pounds of beef, at 16 cents
One large beef, 680 pounds, delivered at Singakwatue depot
15 pounds fresh beef, at 15 cento
4 pounds butter, at 75 cents	
5$ pounds butter, at 75 cents
4 boxes yeast powder, at 50 cento
10 pounds saleratus, at 62$ cents
. 200 pounds sugar, at 37$ cento
For subsistence of officers and men at Spokane Ferry, 20 meals,
at $1 for each	
71 165-196 barrels flour, at $8 per barrel
40 96-200 barrels pork, at $27 75 per barrel..
5,225 pounds fresh beef, at 12$ cents per pound.
72$ pounds fresh beef, at 9$ cents per pound
4 23-32 bushels beans, at $2 56 per bushel
72$ pounds ham, at 13 9-10
110 pounds rice, at 7$ cents.
977 pounds coffee, at 16 cents.
1,666 pounds brown sugary at 10$ cento.
31 gallons vinegar, at 35 cents
1 pound crushed sugar, at 12 cents,
24 pounds tea, at 85 cento
1,077 pounds candles, at 21 cento,
95$ pounds soap, at 8 cents
1$ bushel salt, at 85 cento
113 pounds desiccated vegetables, at 23$.
90 pounds potatoes, at 11$ cents
Transportation of above subsistence stores, beef excepted, from
Fort Vancouver to Warner Depot, 31,614 pounds, at 13 cents.
51 pounds butter, at $1, (amount allowed by commission
cents per pound)  	
750 pounds flour, at 3$ cento
34 pounds soap, at 7 cento
112 pounds Rio coffee, at 14$ cents
235 pounds of fresh beef, at 16 cents
Transportation on tools
Board in Portland	
3 boxes soap, at $2 25
$ barrel crushed sugar, 96 pounds, at 20 cento
$ barrel brown sugar, 122 pounds, at 13 cents
370 pounds (3 quarters) beef, at 12 cents..
Cloth for covering same, at 37$ cento each
1 quarter fresh beef, 129 pounds, at 13$ cento
Cloth for covering same
4 ducks	
Potatoes 	
1 salmon	
1 salmon and 10 pounds venison
1 salmon and 2 trout
2 salmon	
For travelling expenses under orders:
Lodging and subsistence at Olympia
Dinner	
Lodging and subsistence
Lodging and subsistence
3 days' board at Portland
Dinner at Cascaden
Lodging and subsistence at Dalles
Breakfast at old Fort Walla Walla
Repairing government pannier
Deduct for bill on Portland
H. Ex. Doc. 86 66
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, S(c.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Amount
John G.Parke.
Ferriage at Snake river	
Transportation of Belf and men from Fort Vancouver to Portland, at $2—, ■
Subsistence and lodging of 2 men while en route from Olympia
to Portland 	
Board and lodging for 2 men in Portland	
Stage fare from Portage to Cascades of 3 officers and 1 man, at
$1 50	
t Repair of tin mess can --•
Subsistence and lodging of 3 men in charge of public property
2$ days, at $2	
Subsistence of 3 men at Des Chutes, 6 meals, at 75cento	
J. M. Alden
$3 00
4 00
8 00
10 00
6 00
50
15 00
4 50
Allen & Lewis.
S. M. Doty
Lodgings and subsistence en route from Olympia to Portland	
Lodging and subsistence en route from Olympia to Portland	
For 3 days' board at Portland -	
Subsistence at Cascades	
Lodging and subsistence at Cascades	
Lodging and BUDBistence at old Fort Walla-Walla	
Freight an d transportation. ,
For freigh't of 380 packages, (camp equipage and subsistence
stores,) 725 feet and 8,540 pounds, at $12 50 per ton	
Storage of above in Portland	
For transportation of 34,000 pounds barley from schooner wharf
to Camp Lermnis, and wharfage on same -	
Wharfage on 19 mules and 1 horse, (public) -	
1 00
1 25
6 00
75
5 25
1 00
299 56
22 00
15 00
10 00
W. Wright	
John H. Scranton.
For wharfage on 20 public animals ,
For transportation of 2 officers and 3 men from Whatcom to
Olympia, W. T., at $15 each	
Transportation of 19 mules and 1 horse (public animals) from
"Whatcom to Olympia at $15 each	
Transportation of aparejos and pack saddles camp and garrison
equipage, with rations, from Whatcom to Olympia	
75 00
300 00
25 00 I
W. N. Dorek.
Javon Hall...
H. Winsor	
Steamer Contily
Daniel W. Lowell
J. Nevin King..,-
Wells, Fargo & Co
W. Cushman	
L.W.Coe	
R. E.Miller	
For ferriage of 2 officers, 3 men, and 19 mules, 1 horse public
property, with packs, camp and garrison equipage over first
crossing of Chehalis river—1JL	
For ferriage of 2 officers, 3 men, and 19 mules, 1 horse, with
packs, camp and garrison equipage over second crossing Chehalis river	
For transportation from Olympia to Monticello of chief astronomer, secretary, assistant, and 2 employes, at $15	
Freight on instruments, camp equipage, and baggage from
Olympia to Monticello, as per agreement	
75 00
75 00
For transportations from Monticello, W. T., to Portland, Oregon,
2 officers, 3 men, 19 mules, 1 horse, camp equipage, &c	
3 officers, 2 men, instruments. &c, as per agreement	
For passage of 1 employ6, northwest boundary commission,
from Port Townsend to Victoria, en route to Camp Simiahmoo,
per steamer Julia	
Cash paid for freight on 2 boxes, from San Francisco to Port
Townsend, per sub-voucher	
Freight on same from Port Townsend to Camp Simiahmoo, per
steamer G.. Hunt, 8 feet, at $10 per ton	
Freight on 11 boxes and 2 half-barrels from Port Townsend to
Camp Simiahmoo, per steamer W. G. Hunt, 30 feet, at $10 per
ton . ... A*.	
120 00
30 00
Freight on 61 packages camp equipage, &c, from Camp Simiahmoo to Port Townsend, W. T., per steamer Eliza Anderson,
4 tons, at $10 per ton ._	
10 00
3 92
2 00
7 50
40 00
For ca-h paid for toll at the Des Chutes river for 20 public animals, 2 officers, and 6 men	
Freight on $5,000 in coin from San Francis^ to Portland, at
2 per cent ,
For ferriage of 2 officers, 6 men, 19 mules, 3 horse, with packs,
camp and garrison equipage, &c, over John Day's river. •'<£&
For transportation from Portland to the Dalles, 2 officers and
4 men, at $9 .1.	
19 mules and 1 horse, at $9 ,
3 officers and 3 men, at $9	
54 00
180 00
54 00
For transportation by stage, from Dalles City to the Des Chutes
of 2 officers and 2 men, at $3 each - 	
One iron safe with coin '. Sliij
12 00
2 00
Total.
$51 00
15 25 i
321 56
25 00!
8 75
4C0 00
5 50
4 50
150 00
150 00
63 42
9 00
ioo or
18 50
288 00
14 CO NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Daniel W. Larell...
John O'Donnel
C.McKirk	
M< Fullerton.
J.Graham.
Thompson & Co	
Joseph Parr..
Antonio Plant
Fowler & Co.
William Nixon
Wm. T.Warren, P.M
Wells, Fargo & Co.
Fowler & Co	
Nature of expenditure.
For transportation of chief astronomer and surveyor, Dr. Kennedy, surgeon and naturalist, J. M. Alden, assistant, and 2
employes, at $15   	
From Camp Simiahmoo to Olympia, W. T., freight on 2 tons,
at $10	
For transportation of 1 officer, 3 man, and 1 iron safe from old
Fort Walla-Walla to new Fort Walla-Walla ,
For ferriage of 2 officers over Snake river, crossing and recross-
Ing, at 50 cento each	
Ferriage of 2 officers, 1 returning, at 50 cento each	
Ferriage of 1 officer and 1 man over Snake river and returning,
at 50 cents each .'	
Ferriage of 20 animals with packs, &c, and 8 employes and 1
driver, at $1 each	
For ferriage over Snake river—
11 riding and pack animals, at $1 50 each	
21 riding and pack animals, at $1 50 each	
11 riding and pack animals, at$l 50 each	
4 foot-men, at 50 cents each	
For transportation of 9 sacks barley and 10 bales of hay from
Lummi river to Camp Lumml	
For cartage of aparejo, camp and garrison equipage from
steamboat wharf to stable at Dalles	
544 packages commissary stores from Vancouver to old Fort
Walla-Walla, 3,354 feet, at $86 per ton....»	
35 boxes commissary stores from Vancouver to old Fort Walla-
Walla, 20 feet, at $86 per ton	
11 packages merchandise, 25 feet, at $95 per ton
2 barrels iron, 3 feet, at $95 per ton j^H
5 boxes and 1 bale from Vancouver to Des Chutes, 20 feet, at
$45 per ton	
254 Gunnier's flour and 380 packages merchandise from Portland to Palouse, 3,436 feet, at $130 per ton	
126 gunnies bacon from Portland to Palouse, 271 feet, at $130..
43 packages from Portland to Walla-Walla, 100 feet, at $90 per
ton .-	
16 packages from Portland to Walla-Walla, 44 feet, at $90 per
ton	
33 pkgs. from Walla-Walla to Palouse, 110 feet, at $35 per ton.
4 employes, northwest boundary survey, from Walla-Walla to
Palouse, at $ 10 each	
7 boxes merchandise, 1 bale, 1 package, from Portland to Palouse,
27$ feet, at $125 per ton	
For transportation from Plant's crossing of Spokane river to sub-
depot at head of Spokane prairie, 8,000 pounds, at 1 cent per
pound	
For transportation of subsistence stores from Plant's crossing of
Spokane river to east or sub-depot at head of Spokane prairie,
9,067 pounds, at 1 cent per pound  	
For freight on 5 packages from San Francisco to Fort Town-
send, W. T., 8 feet, at $15 per ton	
For 5 per cent, primage 	
For wharfage and storage at Fort Townsend
For ferriage of Mr. Campbell and party, viz:
1 six-mule team	
5 mounted men, at$l	
For ferryage of Mr. Parke and party, viz:
5 mounted men, at $1	
5 pack-mules, at $1  	
4 mounted men, at$l	
6 pack-mules, at $1	
Crossing and recrosslng3 men, at 50 cents each way
Ferryage of 2,000 pounds freight
Crossing and recrossing 2 men, at 50 cents each way
Crossing and rt crossing expressman
Ferryage of 7 mounted men, at $1.
Ferryage of 49 mounted mules, at 50 cents, (no load)
(The above charges are for ferryage on Spokane river.)
For postage on official letters from March 1, 1858, to June 27,
1860, inclusive	
For transporting 1 box from New York to Victoria
For storage, wharfage, and reshipping 61 packages government
property	
For storage, wharfage, and reshipping 5 tons government property 	 68 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, fyc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Daniel W. Powell ..
Batch & Webber..
Samuel D. Smith..
James Hollywood .
Antonio Plant	
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.
For freight on 9 tons of government property from Camp Simiahmoo to Fort Townsend, W. T., at $15	
For transportation of commissioner and secretary and 1 employe
from Camp Simiahmoo to Steilacoom, W. T., at $15	
$135 00
45 00
Foi freight on 1 box from Steilacoom, W
Cal., per brig W. D. Rice	
For 5 mounted men, at $1 50	
For 2 loose animals, at 75 cents	
For 1 six-mule team and driver	
For 1 man and 5 loose animals	
T., to San Francisco,
For hire of canoe and Indian at Fort Langley	
For board and lodging	
(Expenses incurred while carrying express between Camp Simiahmoo and Fort Langley.)
For ferriage at Plant's crossing of the Spokane river, as follows:
15 tons freight, 4 officers, 10 men, with aparejos, camp
equipage, as per agreement —
1 officer, 6 men, pack saddles, &c	
1 officer, 3 men, crossing and recrossing, at 50 cts. each way.
1 officer, 2 men, crossing with camp equipage
1 man	
1 man crossing 3 times --
2 men	
2 men 2 crossings, 2 men 1 crossing, at 50 cents.
2 men 1 crossing, 5-6 ton of freight	
1 officer, 1 man, two crossings, at 50 cents	
1 man 1 crossing, 1 man 2 crossings, at 50 cents.
2 men 1 crossing, at 50 cents	
1 man 2 crossings, at 50 cento	
1 man 2 crossings, at 50 cento	
2 officers 2 crossings, 1$ ton freight	
1 officer, 2 men, 1 crossing, $ ton freight	
1 officer 1 crossing. M.	
Instruments, stationery, SfC.
Light & Packard ...   For 1 blank book .
i For 1 ream paper.
For 100 envelopes.
John Wilson & Son.   For 1 leathern satchel for carrying sketch-books.
F. Biesta    For 2 sketch-books, at $2 50	
Lawrence & House-    For 1 Ivory portraitor	
work.
Jones, Wool & Suth- | For 3 dozen lead-pencils, at 75 cento	
eriand.
For 6 note-books, at 37$ cents	
For 4 cakes moist colors, at 25 cento.
J. T. LeCount.
William T. Warren.
Leon Gandelroy	
E. G.Randall	
Jas. E. D. Tester...
Hudson Bay Co	
John Harvey	
Q. Quill Loui	
Wm. B. Hughes
Do.
For 8 water-color brushes, at 12$ cents	
For 2 gross Rhodes & Son's med. point steel pens, at f 1.
For 2 maps of British Columbia, at 75 cents	
To E. G. Randall for 4 drawing books, at 50 cents	
For 2 scrap-books for preserving papers of the Commissioner, at $5.
For 8 blank books	
For repairs on one government watch, as follows: main-spring
lock, cleaning spring stall, &c	
For 4 pieces office taste, (36 yards,) at $2 50	
Rent of office, office furniture, quarters and fuel.
For 6 tables, at $4 each, for winter quarters	
For 6 days' work on the observatory, at $2 50	
10 panels rail fencing for corral	
7 panels rail fencing for stockyard fence.
100 pine boards	
For rent of house, stable, and sheds for use of packers and pack
animals from November 22, 1859, to April 1, 1860^clusive,
4$ months, at $75 per month jg.	
For the following quartermaster supplies purchased from January 1, 1860, to June 20,1860, viz ■
8,573 feet lumber, at $30 per M, $257 19 ; 4 liJttiingles, at $6 per
m, $24. ...r,.M. ...:...
I pair window sash, $4; 2 door locks, at $2 50 each, $5	
12 pairs butts, at 26 cents per pair; 5 pounds hooks and hinges,
at 70 cents per pound, $3 50.... M?.	
7 50
1 50
8 75
4 50
2 00
1 50
60 CO
00
00
00
50
50
00
3 00
3 50
2 00
00
00
00
00
00
50
1 50
3 00
80
2 25
2 25
1 00
1 00
2 00
3 50
2 00
24 00
15 00
5 00
3 50
3 00
281 39
9 00
6 62
Total.
$180 00
4 50
22 25
3 50
99 50
5 30
5 60
5 00
3 50
5 501
3 00
5 50,
10 00
2 62]
7 50]
10 00
39 00
11 501
325 00 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued
To whom paid.
W. B. Hughes—Continued.
A. McDonald-
Chas. R.Allen.
Treadwell &. Co ..
Nelson & Doble
John Coone
Frederick Brass
Nature of expenditure
2 pairs strap hinges, at 62$ cents per pair, $1 25; 1 door bolt, 45
cents „ „..,
269 pounds cut nails, at 35 cento per pound, $94 15 • 80 pounds
iron, at 29 cents per pound, $23 20	
72 pounds steel, at 45 cents per pound, $32 40; 4$ gross screws,
at $1 40 per gross, $6 39	
6$ sides assorted leather, $74 23; 5 calfskins, at $4 17 each, $20 85.
24 harness buckles, 83$ cents; 12 harness rings, 42 cents	
1 padlock, $1 70 ; 1 pound twine, 70 cento ; 2 pounds thread, at
70 cento per pound, $1 40	
10 sheets tin, at 25 cents each, $2 50; 24 assorted tiles, at $20 per
gross, $3 33	
28 yards canvas duck, at 52 cents per yard, $14 56; 107 pounds
rope, at 36 cents per pound, $38 52 -	
3 felling axes, at $2 90 each, $8 70; 27 felling-axe helves, at 40
cento each, $10 80	
2 spades, at $2 62$ each, $5 25; 2 shovels, at $2 50 each, $5; i
bit, 35 cents	
1 auger, $1; 2 chisels, at 70 cents each, $1 40; 1 tennon saw, $4.
1 gauge, $1 70;  1 pair drivers, $1 50; 11 camp kettles, at $2 51
each, $27 50 ....
4 Sibley tent stoves, at $6 each, $24 ; 1 adze, $1 25
64 pounds rope, at 28 cento per pound, $17 92; 100 pounds nails,
at 19 cents per pound, $19 ■	
Amount.
Camp and garrison equipage.
60 pounds cut nails..
6 small deerskins....
1 dozen balls thread.
1 steel coffee-mill	
2 hanks thread	
papers tacks, at 25 cents per paper
sheets sand-paper, at 12$ cents per sheet
chalk line & 3m	
sheets tin, at 25 cents per sheet
padlocks, at $1 each..,	
dozen sheets sand-paper, at 12$ cento per sheet
axes, at $4 each I
padlock	
gross matches K	
sheet tin JK	
miner's axe	
dozen pair butts. 	
dozen chest locks, at $8 per dozen
brooms, at $1 75 each	
coil rope, 54 pounds, at 50 cents per pound.
roll cadvas, at 80$ cents pg	
frying pan .jK jK	
axe, with helve	
dozen tin plates.;^	
dozen sail needles	
coffee-mill K ^m	
axes, with helves, at $1 50 each
ealfskins, at $6 each	
pair hinges, at 50 cento per pair
dozen files, at $4 50 per dozen
pair hinges, at 50 cents per pair
dozen screws, at 25 cents per dozen
coffee-mill	
dozen forks, at $6 per dozen	
camp kettle	
dozen tin cups, at 50 cents each
cans powder	
For 3 crowbars, 42 pounds, at 12$ cento per pound
$ dozen sledge handles, at $4 per dozen
1 hand-hammer and 1 mason's hammer, cast-steel, 19 pounds, at
75 cents per pound g |.'
4 points, 6 chisels, and 6 drills, 27$ pounds, at 30 cento per pound
2 dozen sets plugs and feathers, at $2 50 per dozen
1 sledge, 16 pounds, at 25 cents per pound
$ dozen knives and forks, at $6 per dozen
1 coffee-mill	
Making 6 elbows for stove-pipe
Making 3 iron stove pans	
Making 1 tin observing lantern
Making 1 coffee kettle... ...... 70
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued,
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Total.
A. M. & L. M. Starr
For 2 saucepans, at $1 25 each	
For 1 teakettle	
For 1 coffeepot	
For 1 tin kettle. 	
For 1 large iron spoon  	
For 1 large iron fork	
For 1 tin dipper.	
For 3 tin cups	
For 2 tin candlesticks, at 25 Cento each
For one soldering iron and metal	
G. W. Vaughn
J. Kallmes.
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
1 handsaw	
1 claw hatchet	
1 Scotch brace and 12 bits	
3 i-inch auger and handle	
3 gimlets 	
1 jackplane	
1 12-inch froe	
3 papers tacks	
2 small halyard lines, at 50 cents eabh	
12 pounds powder, at 75 cento per pound	
4 boxes percussion caps, at 50 cento per box.
1 oilstone... Jjg, «&	
1 drawing knife	
Charles R. Allen
j For 1 set cups and saucers Jgi — .
For 1 set dinner plates !
For 1 soup plate .il	
For 1 Bet platod teaspoons	
For 3 set tablespoons j
For 1 set forks, $6; 1 set knives, $6	
For 3 set small tumblers	
For 1 set large tumblers ,
For 2 saltcellars, at 25 cents each ,
For 1 pair carvers, $3 ; 2 crash bottles, at 50 cents each
For 1 meat dish	
For 3 vegetable dishes, at 50 cents each	
For 1 sugar bowl	
For 1 soup ladle	
Cartage	
1 ball twine, 38 cento; 2 papers tacks, at 25 cents per paper, 50
cents; 2 pairs shears, at $2 per pair, $4	
2 balls twine, at 25 cents each, 50 cents; 3 pounds castile soap,
$3; Hock, $1 •_	
1 pair butts and screws, 50 cents; 3 yards muslin, 75 cents	
2 nests camp kettles, $16; $ dozen knives and forks, $12; 6 tin
$2 50
1 25
1 00
50
50
50
50
25
50
2 50
2 50
1 25
2 50
1 00
50
1 75
1 50
25
1 00
9 00
2 00
1 50
1 00
2 00
1 25
1 50
2 00
5 00
12 00
1 75
2 25
50
4 00
1 00
1 50
1 00
1 00
50
plates, $2 25.
1 iron pan, $3; 1 dozen tin cups, $4 50 ; 1 coffee-mill, $2 1
6 spoons, at 37$ cents each, $2 25; 1 knife, $1 ; 1 frying pan, $1 50.
2 files, at 37$ cents each, 75 cents; 10 yards canvas, $5 ; $ dozen |
needles, 25 cents i
3 quires paper, $1 50 ; 15 yards muslin, at 20 cento per yard, $3 .
2 papers tacks, 50 cents; $ dozen knives and forks, at $12 per
dozen, $6; 1 knife, $1	
1 ball twine, 25 cents ; 2 skeins thread. $1 25; 6 sail needles, 75ctoJ
8 axes and helves, at $4 50 each, $36; $ dozen plates, at $4 50 \
per dozen, $2 25; 1 dozen boxes matches, 75 cents j
22 yards cotton, at 25 cento per yard, $5 50 ; 30 yards canvas, at
50 cents per yard, $15 ; 1 paper needles, 25 cento	
1 skein twine, 62 cents; 1 paper tacks, 25 cents ; 1 tin pan, $2-..!
1 dozen plates, $4 50; 7 knives and forks, at $12 per dozen, $7 ; J
8 cups, at $4 50 per dozen, $3	
$ dozen spoons, at $4 50 per dozen, $2 25; $ dozen plates, at $4 50 '
per dozen, $2 25; f dozen cups, at $4 50 per dozen, $3 37 !
1 dozen knives and forks, $12 ; 1 keg sirup, $2 ; 1 coffee-mill, $2-.
2 tin pans, at $1 12$ each, $2 25; I paper tacks, 25 cents; 4 yards
canvas, §2	
6 yards signal cotton, at 25 cents per yard i
4 yards canvas, at 50 cento per yard, $2; $ dozen needles, at 50 |
cento per dozen, 25 cents; 1 bottle red ink, 75 cents	
1 axe handle, $1; 1 pickaxe," $4 ; 2 locks, at $ J each, $2	
1 gross boxes matches, $8 ; 3 skeins twine, $1 88; 2 sacks, at 50
cento each, $1	
3 camp kettles, at $2 each, $6; 1 frying pan, $1 50; 12 axe handles, $12	
4 quires paper, at 50 cents per quire, $2; $ dozen tin pans, at $14
per dozen, $3 50; 5 axes, helved, $22 50	
6 sail needles, at 12$ cents each, 75 cento; 1 dozen boxes matches,
75 cents; 3 sacks, at 50 cento each, $1 50	
2 balls twine, at 37$ cents each, 62 cents, 2balls twine, at31$cts.
each, 62 cents 	
        $10 00
4 88
4 50
1 25
24 25
9 50
4 75
6 00
4 50
7 50
2 25
39 00
20 75
2 87
14 50
7 87
16 00
4 50
1 50
3 00
7 00
10 88
19 50
28 00
3 00
1 24
10 70
37 2
248 99 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued.
To whom paid.
William Nixon ..,
Charles R. Allen..
Nature of expenditure
George Montour	
Baptiste, (Indian)...
Thomas Stensgar —
B. F. Yantis	
Quill Lee Shei, (Indian.)
Francois, (half-bre'd)
John Heden	
August Hilpert	
Joseph Morrell	
John E. Jones	
W. J. Macauley	
Pierre Maude	
P. A. Mauldih.	
J. N. King	
Lewis Kerr	
William Wright	
James Rivey	
S. Sherloat & Co ...
David Boyd	
Charles R. Allen	
Joseph Pan	
A. W. Gay....:..
Alexander Contner
Wm. B. Hughes ..
Hiram Field	
H. Caster	
Francois Ubie	
A. Charette	
For 70 pounds nails, at 36 cento per pound.
1 camp kettle, $2 25; 1 padlock, $1 -...
1 frying pan, $1 50; 3 water kegs, $6
1 tin bucket	
2 skeins sack twine, at 62$ cents each.
24 grain sacks, at 40 cents each	
61 pounds barley, at 15 cents per pound, $1; 2 gross matches, at
$5 per gross, $10	
20 grain sacks, at 40 cents each, $8; 1 keg, $3 50 ; 5 gallon kegs,
$10	
1 tin kettle, $1 50; 1 camp kettle, $2; 1 frying pan, $1 50; 4
gimlets, $1	
6 pair saddle blankets, at $4 50 per pair, $27; 3 tin cups, $1 12;
1 camp kettle, $1 75	
3 plates, $1 13; 1 frying pan, $1 50; 5 grain sacks, at 40 cents
each, $2; 2 skeins twine, $1 25.
61 pounds rope, $30 50; $ dozen sack needles, 50 cents; 1 gross
matches, $6.....	
1 coffee-mill	
Horses, mules, saddles, blankets, 8,-c.
6 pair snow shoes, at $4
1 riding saddle, complete
1 bay (half-breed) horse
1 horse and riding saddle
1 horse	
1 dun horse.
1 Oregon saddle
1 riding bridle ..
2 saddles, complete, at $27
1 saddle	
1 halter	
1 Mexican saddle and bit .
1 bay (half-breed) horse
1 riding saddle and snaffle bridle
1 saddle and fixings
1 shovel	
1 axe and helve
1 Russia iron pan
1 bay horse.
1 bay horse.
1 California riding saddle, bridle, and saddle blanket
1 California riding saddle
1 California bridle
i ton of hay, at $15 per ton, for filling aparejos
1 California bridle
1 horse, saddle and bridle
1 riding horse	
1 gray horse '	
6 straps for repairing aparejos, at 25 cents
1 crupper   S	
1 saddle horse	
6 pairs of mule blankets, at $4 50
15 pairs mule blankets, at $4 50
1 dozen bottles mustang liniment, at $6
4 pairs mule blankets, at $4 50
22 pairs mule blankets, at $4 50
2 bottles mustang liniment
2 deer skins, at $1
Recoppering riding saddles
6 pack mules, at $125
1 saddle horse
3 pack mules, at $125
1 horse	
1 Indian horse
170 bundles oats, at 25 cents ; 180 pounds hay, at 1$ cent
1,800 pounds hay, at $15 per ton 72 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8;c.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.
Thomas Stengar.
R. Delany	
A. Hughson	
Richards & Hyatt.
H. Winsor.
177 bushels of oats, at $2	
4f tons of hay, at $15	
35 bushels of oats, at $2	
39 7-36 bushels of oats, at $2.
$354
71
70
78
00
25
00
00
$ ton of hay	
1$ ton of oat straw, at $12	
760 pounds barley, at 3 cents.
2 buck skins, at $ 1 50	
1 ball twine	
1 skein hemp	
755 pounds barley, at 3 cents .
200 pounds hay, at $2 ..
9 bushels oats, at $1 50.
22
3
80
00
37
25
65
J. Urquhart
Wm. Pamphrey.
James Catlin	
A. R. Burbank ..
H. D. Hunginton
Fayle & Co	
Thomas Stensgar...
Richards & Hyatt. ..
James M. D. Gillett
Thomas Brown	
T. C. Poujade
Oscar White..
20 sheafs of wheat and pasturage, one night, for 19 mules and
1 horse	
Pasturages one night for 19 mules and 1 horse	
Pasturages one night for 19 mules and 1 horse .^5*i>	
4 bushels oats, at$l	
For pasturages of 20 animals two days	
9 bushelB oate, at $1 40 M	
400 pounds hay, at 2$ cents  i*	
Stabling for 19 mules and 1 horse for two nights and one day	
10 buBhels oats, at $1 50	
30 bushels of oats, at $2	
260 pounds barley, at 3 cento	
2 sacks barley, 181 pounds, at 5 cento
16$ bushels oats, at $2	
200 pounds fine hay	
Wm. B. Hughes
Francois Ubie
Hay and stabling 19 mules and 1 horse for two nights and 1 day.
2,048 pounds of barley, at 5$ cents	
3,080 pounds of hay, at 1$ cent 	
6 tons oats straw, at $20.
25 bushels oats, at $2	
43 bushels oats, at $2	
6 bushels oats, at $2	
Wm. B. Hughes ...
Commissary depart
ment.
5,739 pounds oats, at 5 3-9 cents.
76 pounds barley, at 5 5-9 cents
93 pounds barley, at 6$ cento ...
542 pounds barley, at $"} 25 per 100 pounds.
Boats.
Daniel McLowell...! 5 gallons boiled linseed oil, at $1 50	
Miscellaneous items.
Curtis & Moore.
Smith & Davis .
4 ounces nitrate silver, at $1 75.
1 pound ether sulph., $1 25; 1 pound copaiba, $1 25
3 3iq. ammon. fort, $1 25 ;  1 bottle liq. sodas chlor., $1	
6 bottles magnesia, $7; 1 drachm magn. sulphur, $1	
1 quart olive oil, $1 50 ; 1 quart oil ricin, $1	
1 pint terebinth, 50 cents; 8 ounces potash soda, $3 50	
1 pound spt. ether nit., $1; 1$ pound sirup scilUe, $2 25	
1$ pounds sirup ipecac, $1 87; 1 pound chloroform, $2 25	
3 ounces pulv. spec, opii, 75 cents; $ pound sponge, $1	
$ dozen Seidlitz powders, $2; 1 dozen G. E. bougies, fine, $o^^
1 pair forceps, $2 50; 1 turnkey, $2 25; $ dozen tanante, $4 33
If pound acid citric, $3 yd;
aloes, 50 cents	
2 ounces oil lemon, $1; $ pound
4 dozen acid benzoic, $3
pound oleum, 25 cents	
4 dozen ammonia carb., 25 cents
cento; $ ounce argent., $1	
2 pounds cerat. simplex,   $3 25;   1 pound ext
cents; $ ounce ext. hyos., 50 cento	
$ ounce hyd. clor. corros., 25 cento; 6 pounds magnes. sulph
cento; } pound pilg., 50 cents 	
1 dram ol. tiglii.  25 cento; 1 ounce opii. pulv., $1; 2 pounds
piers, burg., 60 cento .T."	
4 ounces plumbi acet., $2 52; pulv sped., 50cents; 2 pounds slini.
pulv., $1	
1 pound cort. sthiie, 59 cents;Jtpound armo. pulv., 87 cents; 4$
pounds soda bispa., $1 35	
ounces acid muriatic, 25 cents;  1
$ ounce ant. et pot as. tart., 12
glycyrrhiza, 63
75
4 00
13 50
12 60
9 00
15 00
15 00
33 00
2 00
112 64
38 50
o
50
o
rW
25
8 00
2 50
4
00
3
25
4
12
1
75
7
00
9
08
5
25
3 50
3
37
4
38
1
50
1
85
1
75
50 00
80 00
12 00
318 83
4 22
5 81
° 72
Total.
$573 63
10 00
18 OO
49 09
17 50
4 75
4 50
2 5fr
4 0O
10 00
51 60
60 00
7 80
9 05
35 CO
41 25
151 14
120 00
142 0O
328 86
12 19 i
7 50
7 00 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
73
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Smith & Davis—Con
tinned.
A. D. Cosmos	
GE.Mas &Co..
Charles Prosh...
Wm. T. Whltacre
Edward Turste..
Nature of expenditure,
1 soda bicarb.,25 cents; 1 pound soda borat.,50 cents; 1 pound
soda et potass, tart.,75 cents.., ,	
4 ounces liver sulph., 13 cents; 4 pounds arrow root, 50 cents;
5 yards flannel, $3	
3 dozen vials, assorted, and corks, $1 59 ; 4 ounces aug. stramo-
nisB, 75 cento 	
4 yards linen, $1 75 ; 2 pounds lint, $4 50; 20 yards muslin, $2...
8   ounces   cerat.   plumbi.   sachar.,   $1 25;   $   dozen    Paris
syringes, $1
4 ounces fluid ex. cubebs, 75 cents; 2 ounces ol. cubebs, $1...
10 gallons alcohol, 95 per cent, proof, $1 50 per gallon	
Cartage	
T.B. Sothoron.
Advertising in the British Colonist	
Advertising in the Victoria Gazette	
Advertising in the Puget Sound Herald	
Advertising in the Port Townsend Register.
Advertising in the Pioneer and Democrat...
Amount.    Total
Total for second quarter	
THIRD QUARTER,  1860.
Personal and travelling expenses.
Passage from Vancouver to Portland on steamer Carrie Ladd.
Passage from Portland to Oregon City on steamer Express...
Toll over bridge, Oregon City to Portland	
Ferriage across Willamette river at Portland	
D. Haks, purser
For passage of secretary between Vancouver and Portland...
For transporting one horse between Portland and Vancouver.
For passage of commissioner, secretary, and 1 man	
For transporting I horse and man	
Subsistence.
Charles Russell.
Win. J. Warren.
A.Cahn&Co..
154$ pounds butter, at 50 cents.,
20 pounds saleratus, at 25 cento
4 sacks salt, at 75 cents ^H
For subsistence while travelling between Olympia and Monticello, W. T., from July 9 to July 13, 5 days, at $2 per day	
6 cases tomatoes, 2 dozen each, 12 dozen cans, at $5	
4 pounds green tea, at 65 cento	
10 pounds Java coffee, at 24 cents	
Drayage  	
Charles Russell
U.S.Sub.Dep.
H.H. Allen.
Mrs. Ann Denny,
Antoine Plante..
Allen Lewis	
1,675 pounds onions, at 12$cent8.gW.	
900 pounds potatoes, at 4 cents	
20 pounds gunny sacks, for packing, at 33 cents.
202 pounds pork, at 12$ cents	
14 pounds fresh beef, at 11-f	
1 132-196 barrels flour, at $6 50	
27 quarts beans, at $1 17 per bushel	
116 pounds coffee, at 17$ cents	
231 pounds sugar, at 13 cents	
403 pounds crushed sugar, at 12 cents	
44 gallons vinegar, at 35 cents	
1 pound sperm candles	
6 poundB soap, at 7 cents H	
220 pounds desiccated potatoes, at 11$ cents	
140 pounds desiccated vegetables, at 23$ cents...
Cost of transportation	
$ dozen boxes yeast powder, at $4 50.
1 bottle mustard	
1 bottle pepper	
18$ pounds bacon, at 30 cents	
1 chicken 	
8 pounds fresh butter, at 50 cents
2 tin pails	
$ bushel green corn.
$ bushel potatoes...
Freight and transportation.
161 packages merchandisa from Olympia to Portland.
Storage in Portland	
2 50
1 75
12 50
50
2 00
2 00
6 00
2 00
20 00
18 00
12 00
29, 315 79
77 25
5 00
3 00
60 00
2 60
2 40
50
209 38
36 00
6 60
21 21
1 62*
10 87
1 83
20 30
30 03
48 36
15 40
25 30
32 90
98 10
75
4
00
1
75
2
00
o
rV
00
153 34
4
00
$3 00
12 00
65 50
251 98
306 68
8 68
157 34 74
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.
Total
Charles Russell.
H. Wlnsor	
From Fort Walla-Walla to Singaknattee Depot, 1,077 pounds
subsistence stores, at 10 cento	
For drayage and wharfage on government property and baggage
In Olympia, 5 loads	
Transportation of government property and baggage from
Olympia to Monticello, W. T., 2,923 pounds, at 7 cents	
Transportation of the commissioner, secretary, and 5 employes
from Olympia to Monticello, W.T., 7 persons, at $15 each	
$107 70
$5 00
204 01
105 00
Steamer Eliza Anderson.
Steamer Cowlitz
Quartermasters' department.
J. C. Ainsworth .Wpi
Transportation of 4 employes from Camp Simiahmoo to Steilacoom, at $15  X.	
Transportation of 3 tons freight, at $15  	
60 00
45 00
Allen & Lewis.
Oregon Steam Navigation Co.
Do.
William J. Warren.
C. McWhirk...
Antoine Plante
Wm. Wurdemann
Allen Lewis.
Edmund Draper...
Wm. Wurdemann .
G. W. Vaughn.
Transportation of commissioner, secretary, 5 employes, and 1$
tons   of government property and baggage from Monticello,
W. T., to Vancouver*	
For coal consumed on board of the U. S. transport steamer Massa- |
chusetts in transporting   the commissioner and party from
Steilacoom to Olympia, 10 tons, at $6	
For transportation of 61 packages government property from j
Portland, Oregon, to depot on Snake river, 160 feet, equal to
4 tons, at $125	
Steamer Oregon, from Fort Townsend to Portland, Oregon, via
San Francisco:
From Fort Townsend to San Francisco, 52 packages,
at$l5perton  $19 50
Primage, 5 per cent  97
From San Francisco to Portland, 52 packages, at
$12 25 per ton   16 25
Primage, 5 per cent  81
Wharfage In Portland &£  25
Drayage and reshlpment in Portland.
20 47
17 31
1 50
Transportation from Portland, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington Territory, to Dalles, Oregon, of 21 horses and mules,
at"
$8
4 men, at $8.
Camp and garrison equipage, subsistence stores, 6 15-40 tons, at
$100 per ton	
2 horses, at $23 each	
Passage of commissioner, secretary, and 3 employes, 5 persons,
at $23 E&
168 00
32 00
637 50
46 00
115 00
Cartage and wharfage on 1 box in Victoria	
Opening safe lock and fitting key	
Ferriage over Chehalis river *	
Drayage on boxes in Portland	
Rope for mule halters ,
Toll on Des Chutes River bridge, (sub-voucher) **x*'
Express charges on 1 box from Portland to Walla-Walla.
7o
50
50
25
1
25
6
10
1
00
For ferriage of 27 horses and mules over Snake river, at $1 50..
For ferriage over Spokane river 18 pack animals and 8 riding
animals, at $1 :	
Instruments and stationery.
3 Nautical Almanacs for 1860, at $1	
3 Nautical Almanacs for 1860, at $1 06	
2 minimum thermometers, at $4	
Box, packing, and cartage	
Stove-pipe eye-piece for astronomical transit .
3 00
3 18
8 00
1 00
20 00
1 can winter-strained sperm oil, 5 gallons, at $2 75.
Cartage	
13 75
50
1 small theodolite and stand	
1 6-inch theodolite magnetometer, with stand and attachments ..
Packing box and packing .►*&
Freight on instrument from Washington, District of Columbia,
to Paterson, New Jersey, and return	
235 00
4 00
7 00
3 brass padlock...
1 camp axe, small.
1 camp axe, large.
1 gross matches...
2 00
1 50
2 00
2 00
314 61
125 00
51 50J
60 00
500 00
39 28,
200 00
?98 50
10 35
40 501
26 00
35 181
14 25
128 90
246 00
50 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY  COMMISSION
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure
Henry Trautmann..
H. H. Allen
Camp and garrison equipage.
1 camp kettle, $1 75; 1 small kettle, $1 50; 3 tin cups, at 25 cts
3 tin plates, 75 cents ;  1 coffeepot, $1 25;   3 knives and forks,
$1 50	
3 iron spoons, 25 cento;  1 tin bread pan, 50 cento ;  1 mess pan,
50 cents	
1 bread baker, $4 50; 1 large camp kettle, $3;  1 small camp
kettle, $1 50	
1 camp kettle, $1;  1 large camp kettle, $1 25;  1 bread pan,
*l 75.
John Day	
S. Sherlock & Co.
S. Hooker
Charles B. Wagner..
Allen & Lewis.
O. B. Gibson	
William Abernethy:
H. Finegan ,
Sparketh, (Indian)..
Oliver Brldgbo	
A. Seitel	
David Martin.
1 water bucket, 75 cento; 1 teapot, $1 25; 2 mess pans, $
1 stone jar, $1 50; 1 padlock, 75 cents; 1 ball twine, 25 cents	
1 sheepskin, $5 ; 2 buckskins, $5; 1 horse brush, $1 75
1 comb
1 riding saddle, $30; 2 saddlebags, $16
4 sheepskins, at 75 cents, $3 ; two buckskins, at $L 75, $3 50..
1 bridle.	
T. H. Fairchild	
W.J. Miller	
H. H. Allen
William Beck
Steamer Col.Wrlght
Steamer Idaho	
Steamer Carrie Ladd
Steamer Oregon	
Forbes & Babcock..
Joseph S. Harris	
Charles R. Allen	
2 buckskins, at $2 50
3 sacks barley, 250 pounds, at 4 cents
Stabling 23 horses and mules 1 day, at $1
Hire of horse 1 day
Barley and oats, 1,480 pounds, at 5 cents
Hay, 692 pounds, at 1$ cents
Repairing 2 revolvers, 2 screws
1 wedge, No. 50,265
1 spring	
1 new wedge, No. 4875
1 riding horse	
1 saddle and bridle and spurs
lriding horse ML I     150 00
1 saddle, bridle, and spurs m. JB - - - i       30 00
2 coils rope	
10 pairs blue blankets, at $5
Cartage	
20 pack mules, at $145
1 riding horse	
1 Indian horse	
1 Indian horse and saddle
1 Indian horse	
4 blinders, at $3	
1 punch	
1 ball saddlers' thread
1 whang awl	
Total for third quarter
FOURTH QUARTER,  1860.
For transportation of 7 persons from old Port Walla^Walla to
. Des Chutes river, W- T., at $10 each
For transportation of 7 persons from Dalles to Cascades, at $4
For transportation of 7 persons from Cascades to Vancouver,
at $4 each	
For transportation of 3 persons from Portland to San Francisco,
at $40 each	
For transportation of 3 persons from San Francisco to New York.
For amounts paid for subsistence from November 30 to December 24, 1860, during transportations, &c
For 13 pounds shot, at 50 cents per pound
6 canisters powder, at $1 each
1 dozen boxes yeast powder 76
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY   COMMISSION,
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued^
To whom paid.
Silas Staggs
W. S. Manning...
Charles R. Allen.
James Koolehan
Wm. B. Hughes, 2d
lieutenant 9th infantry, A. A. C,
TJ. S. A.
Peter McManus..
Noot Cook	
Charles R. Allen.
Charles Russell	
Winsor & Lamen
James Monaghan
H. Custer	
H. H.Bancroft & Co
George Gibbs	
Antonio Plant	
Price, Miller & Co..
Charles R. Allen...
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.
For 77 pounds mutton, at 40 cents per pound .S       $30 80
12 pounds suet, at 16 cents per pound   1 92
For 126 pounds beef 	
For 60 pounds potatoes, $3; 80 pounds turnips, $2 40
60 pounds onions, $7 50; 1 bottle mustard, 75 cents-.
1 box yeast powder, 62 cents; 2 pounds saleratus, $3
6 bottles sauce H ,
2 dozen yeast powders	
19 pounds cheese, $9 50; 5 pounds chocolate, $7 50 .
9 pounds pearl barley, $6 75; 10 pounds butter, $10 .
_ bushel potatoes, $1 50; 3 bottles spices, $2 25
7$ pounds currants, $5 62; 2 pounds mace, $1
2$ pounds citron, $2 25;
1 bottle olive oil, $1 50;
$ gross matches	
13 pounds onions, $1 62	
1 pound cinnamon, 75 cents.
o
8
3
4
15
17
16
3
6
3
2
3
40
25
62
50
00
00
75
75
62
87
25
00
For 15 bushels potatoes
10 bushels turnips	
For 4,169$ pounds fresh beef-
17 pounds rice	
7 pounds mixed vegetables ..
38| quarts salt	
3$ gallons molasses 	
14 pounds ham	
3,900$ pounds beef	
100 pounds corameal	
197f quarts beans	
5$ pounds rice
37 50
10 00
385 68
1 53
1 64$
1 15
2 39
1 95
360 80
3 59
125 pounds coffee	
263i pounds brown sugar	
72 pounds crushed sugar .:	
5 gallons, 3 quarts, and 4 gills vinegar	
18$ pounds candles	
84 pounds soap -.	
24$ quarts salt	
1 gallon, 1 quart, and 4 gills molasses ,
110 pounds bran	
Transportation of 1,373 pounds from Fort Vancouver to Colvllle
depot	
13 84
46
21 87$
34 28
64
06
91
88
73$
01$
30
178 49
For Indians for use of 2 horses 2 days	
For use of horse from August 25 to September 19   	
For transportation on 1 case from New York to Walla-Walla, I
W. T	
Transportation on 1 case from New York to Walla-Walla, W.T..
For transportation 50 quarter sacks flour, 170 sacks flour, 111 |
half-barrels pork, 6 barrels pork, 634 packages, 34 packages,
122 packages,  61 packages, making 107,751 pounds,  from
Snake river depot to Siuyakwateen depot, at 9 cts. per pound.
2 wagon loads from Fort Walla-Walla to Sinyakwateen depot,
10,000 pounds, at 10 cents per pound	
25 38
27 00
9, 697 59
1, 000 00
For carrying express from Steilacoom to Olympia
For ferriage on Spokane river 19 pack mules	
5 riding animals, $5; 3 riding animals, $3	
3 tons of oats, $12; 8 footmen, $4	
38 pack mules	
11 saddle animals 	
5 footmen and 1 loose horse	
10 00
8
16
38
15
3
00
00
00
00
00
For hire of Indian and canoe 2$ days	
For 1 ream blank vouchers	
For 1 copy British Nautical Almanac for 1861
1 copy English Nautical Almanac for 1861	
3 00
2 50
For rent of small log-house from July 4 to December 4
For 4 hay forks " .'.
For 6 balls twine, $1 50; 2 balls thread, 50 cents	
i pound beeswax, 25 cento; 3 pounds castile soap, $3 ...
4 skeins twine, $2 50; 2 balls twine, 50 cents -	
Shoe thread, 50 cento; needles, 50 cento; 1 broom, $1 50
5J pounds rope	
4 brooms, $6; 2 graters, $1	
1 colander, $2; 12 yards crash, $4	
1 large steel	
1 door lock, $4; 8 candlesticks, $6 ...ft	
1 chopping knife, $1; 1 skimmer, 75 cents ..-.	
26 pounds spikes	
1861.
00
25
3 00
2 50
2 63
00
00
00
10 00
/
6
o
75
75
$32 72
27 70^
90 01
3,033 13
11 00
13 00
52 38
10, 697 59
10 00;
90 00
5 00
20 00
3 05 j
30 00
15 00
49 88 NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY   COMMISSION
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Humason, Simms &
Co.
Nature of expenditure.
For pack train of 55 mules with packing gear, $160 each
1 bell horse	
Deduct items not furnished, 37 pairs blankets    $222 00
1 coil rope        25 00
35 yards canvas        12 25
Richard Burke	
Pierre Labelle	
Antonio Plant	
Thomas Stensgar ..
Francois Ubie	
Green, Hoath & Al
len.
2d Lieut. Wm. B
Hughes, 9th inf.
R. H. Rogers.	
George Gibbs.
For 1 horse •	
For 1 riding horse	
For 180 sheaves oats	
For 15,161 pounds oats, at 4f and 4$,
sheaf oats, at $2 50	
For 119 2-12 dozen bundles sheaf oats, at $2 50
For 7,096 pounds oats, at 4$ cents per pound
1,200 pounds hay...	
For 7,464 pounds oats, at 4f cents per pound
20,000 pounds oats, at 4$ cents per pound ...
9$ tons hay	
For 72 pounds bran, at 3 cento per pound	
68 pounds shorts, at 4$ cents per pound	
37 pounds bran, at 3 cents per pound	
398 pounds bran and shorts mixed, at 2f cents per pound
Total amount of expenditure during 4th quarter, 1860
Amount realized for premium on drafts, 4th quarter, I860
Amount realized for sale of horses, &c, 4th quarter, 1860
Expenditure during 4th quarter, 1860
Archibald Campbell.
William I. Warren.
J. M. Alden.
James Green
FIRST QUARTER
Passage from Portland, Oregon, to Victoria
Passage from Victoria to Port Townsend	
Passage from Port Townsend to San Francisco
Passage from Portland	
Passage from San Francisco to New York
Baggage in New York, $1 50; railroad to Washington, $7 50..
January 5, transportation of baggage in New York, $2 50; railroad to Washington, $7 50 K	
Transportation of extra baggage and government property
Coach for extra baggage, government property, and self, In
Washington IMt	
November 25, 1860, transportation of commissioner, secretary, 2
assistants, and 1 employe, from Des Chutes to Dalles, Oregon,
5 persons, at $3 each 	
November 27, transportation of same from Vancouver to Portland
Cartage of baggage in Portland	
November 28, transportation of employ6 from Vancouver to
Portland	
November 11, cartage of baggage and government property In I
San Francisco i
November 25, cartage of baggage and government property in
Aspinwall	
November 11, cartage of baggage and government property In
San Francisco	
January 10, cartage of baggage and government property in New
York Jill
January 10, railroad fare to Washington
Porterage of baggage in Washington, 50 cento; travelling expenses of 1 employe, $9	
December 30, porterage of baggage in Dalles, Oregon
Passage from Dalles to Portland, Oregon
January 14, 1861, passage from Portland to San Francisco
January 20, porterage of baggage In San Francisco
January I, passage from San Francisco to New York
January 15, transportation of extra baggage across the isthmus
January 26, porterage in New York
March 1, fare to Washington, $7 50; porterage, 50 cents
December 20, 50 pounds flour, $4; 25 pounds ham, $8 75; 38
pounds beef, $4 75	
3 pounds coffee, 90 cento; 9 pounds crushed sugar, $3; 2 boxes
yeast powders, 75 cento	 78
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc—Continued.
To whom paid.
James Green—Continued.
William I. Warren.
Thomas Brown.
Francis Morijean
J. M. Alden	
George Gibbs...
Thomas Brown.
John Doyle	
Charles R. Allen
William B Hughes..
William Wurdem an n
Lawrence (Colville
Indian.)
R. H. Douglass	
Charles R. Allen...
Patrick Rafferty...
Daniel Stewart .
F. M. Allphine	
Daniel Cushman	
W.N.Wiley	
Dewitt O'Brien	
Thomas Stensger..
Antoine Cberret	
Thomas Stensger..
R. H.Rogers...,§f|
William B.Hughes,
2d lieut. 9th inf.'
W.N.Wiley	
John Campbell .
John G.Parke	
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.
3 cans tomatoes, $3 50; 3 cans corn, $3; 20 pounds potatoes, $1.
20 pounds onions, $1; 10 pounds butter, $5	
November 23, meals for 3 employes, $3	
November25, dinner for 6 employes, $3; lodging for 3 employes, $:
November 27, board and lodging, 1 employe 2 days	
Board and lodging, secretary, 1 day	
December 11, board and lodging secretary audi employe, 8 days
in San Francisco	
February 4, 1861, 6 bushels potatoes	
February 20, 37$ pounds butter, at 75 cents	
December 30, 1860, board at Dalles, Oregon, 2f days	
January 14, board in Portland, Oregon, 14 days	
January 31, commutation of subsistence in San Francisco, 10 days
December 5, board in Victoria, 3 days	
December 7, board in Port Townsend, 2 days	
January 1, subsistence in San Francisco, 12 days.
January 28, 2$ bushels turnips, $2 50; 40 pounds carrots, $1.
February 28, 6 bushels potatoes	
January 1, 1861, 34 pounds butter, $14; January 17, 16 pounds
butter, $16; February 3, 13 pounds butter, $13	
1 dozen yeast powders, $12; $ pound pepper, 50 cents; $ dozen
ginger, $4 50 .	
10 pounds macaroni, $5;  18$ pounds cheese, $9 25; 1 pound
saleratus, 75 cento	
309 pounds bran and shorts, $9 27; 1 pound saleratus, 75 cents;
2 dozen cans tomatoes, $20  	
1 pound saleratus, 75 cento; $ dozen ginger, $4 50; 315 pounds
bran, $9 15; 24 poundB cheese, $12	
74 pounds veal  	
January, 1,159 pounds beef, $107 21; 2 bushels beans, $4 34;
288 pouuds coffee, 850 40	
28 pounds crushed sugar, $3 36 ; 2J- pounds soap, 171 cento; 8
gallons molasses, $5 88	
February, 1,235 pounds beef, $114 23; 4 bushels beans. $8 68;
100 pounds coffee, $17 50 1	
81$ pounds crushed sugar, $9 78; 25 quarts salt, 75 cents; 8
gallons molasses, $5 88	
March, 49 pounds ham, $6 81; 1,119 pounds beef, $103 51; 2
bushels beans, $4 34	
100 pounds coffee, $17 50; 68 pounds crushed sugar, $8 16	
Transportation on 1,503 pounds from Fort Vancouver to Fort
Colville jgT. .%	
1 magnetic dip circle with 3 needles js&.	
2 American Nautical Almanacs, $2 50; 2 English Almanacs, $3;
packing, $2 50..."	
Rent of cabin for 3 months for use of herders, &c	
3,625 feet lumber, delivered at Fort Colville	
1 S. file, $2; IS. file, 50 cents; 1 S. file, $2; 1 S. file, 50 cento;
saddler's needles, 50 cento	
2sheep skins,$4; pitcher,JrScents; bluestone, 50cent; gargling
oil, $3 ~
Castile soap, 25cents; hay, 50 cents; needles, 50 cents; twine,
$1 25; file, $2	
50 pounds hay, ?4; 3 bushels oats, $6	
Feed for 10 mules	
150 pounds oats	
2 dozen sheaves of oats ,
4 bushels oats, $8; 20 sheaves of oats, $5 ..-.
700 pounds oats, $28: feed, and stabling 4 mules, 2$ days. $10...
4$ dozen sheaf oats, $11 25; 20 bushels oats, $30 i	
1 ton of hay	
6 tons hay, $72; 10 bushels oats, $15 Jfjg.	
16 bushels oats jet	
67 tons hay, $569 50; 30 tons hay, $255; 3 tons hay, $28 50 \
December 28, 1861, toll for 2 six-mule wagons, 3 riding muleB,
and 4 men I.
Ferriage of 14 riding and pack mules, at Spokane ferry 	
January 3, ferriage of 21 riding and pack mules, at Spokane ferry
Transportation of 8 employes and baggage from Spokane ferry
to Walla-Walla i       ....
$7 50
6 00 j
3~00~|
5 00
3 00
2 00
31 50
5 50
28 00
25 00
8 25
5 00
30 00
3 50 j
12 00
43 00
37 00
15 00
31 02
26 40
7 40
161 95
9 41
140 41
16 41
114 66
25 66
195 39
160 00
8 00
5 50
8 50
4 50
14 00
21 00
TotaL
55 65
44 50 I
12 00
28 12 I
58 50
43 251
15 50,
96 82
663 89
168 00
25 00
126 87$:
18 00
10 00
10 00
15 001
6 00
13 00
38 00
41 251
12 00
87 00
24 00-
853 OOl
6 50
80 00 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
79
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary Survey, SfC—Continued
To whom paid.
W. J. Warner.
George Gibbs.
Edward Ross
R. V. Peabody
J. Nevin King
Nature of expenditure.
Steamship Pacific...
Henry Custer ,
Charles T. Gardner.
Postage on official letter by pony express	
Transportation of extra baggage and government property from
Panama to Aspinwall	
Freight on 1 box from San Francisco to New York	
Freight on 1 box from New York to Washington, and cartage...
Storage of instruments at San Francisco, $25; drayage, $7 50	
Freight on instruments from Port Townsend to San Francisco,
$63 98; drayage, $25	
Drayage on baggage in San Francisco, $3	
Transportation of extra baggage and government property from
Panama to Aspinwall	
Transportation of extra baggage and government property from
San Francisco to New York	
Transportation of extra baggage and government property from
San Francisco to New York	
Transportation of extra baggage and government property from
New York to Washington	
Total expenditure for 1st quarter, 1861.
SECOND  QUARTER, 1861.
5 days' board at Dalles, Oregon	
Passage from Dalles, Oregon, to Portland, Oregon	
7 days board at Portland, Oregon	
Passage from Portland to San Francisco	
December 24, ferriage 14 pack and riding mules at Shasta river.
Hay and oats for 14 mules, 4 days r	
December 30, 4 meals for 2 officers, $3; hay and oats, 5 mules,
$20	
January 1, ferriage, 5 mules	
January 2, ferriage, 5 mules, $5; 4 meals and lodging, 2 men,
$4 ; crossing 5 mules, $2 50	
January 3, ferriage at Dalles, $5; transportation of baggage and
2 assistants, $39	
5 days' board at Dalles, $10 ; passage from Dalles to Portland,
$8	
Board at Portland, $2; passage to Cowlitz, $5	
Board and lodging at Monticello	
Horse keeping, $1; 3 days' board at Olympia, $6; passage to
Whatcom, $15	
84 pounds oats, $8 40; advanced N. Eddy for subsistence, $10 50.
Passage from Dalles to Portland, $8; Francis Plummer, subsistence, $6 25	
Board at Portland, $12 50; passage from Portland to San Francisco, $20	
Board at Portland, $7; passage from Port Townsend to Whatcom, $5	
Passage of C. C. Gardner from Portland to San Francisco	
Passage of 2 employes from Portland to San Francisco	
Freight of instruments	
April 30, stage fare to Walla-Walla, $5 50; board at Walla-
Walla, $2 50	
Passage from Walla-Walla to Des Chutes	
Fare from Des Chutes to Dalles, $4 ; board at Dalles, $1 50	
Fare from Dalles to Portland, $9; board at Portland, $20	
Fare' from Portland to San Francisco, $40; porterage at San
Francisco, $2	
Board at San Francisco, $27 50; passage from San Francisco to
New York, $258 .-	
Porterage in New York, $1; fare to Washington and porterage,
$8 75	
April 30, stage fare Walla-Walla, $5 50; board at Walla-Walla,
$12 50	
Fare from Walla-Walla to Des Chutes, $10; fare from Des
Chutes, $4 !	
Board at Dalles, $1 50; passage from Dalles to Portland, $8;
porterage, $150	
Board at Portland, $20; fare to San Francisco, $40 , porterage,
$2 :	
Board at San Francisco, $27 50; fare to New York, $258 50	
Extra baggage on Isthmus, $6; porterage in New York, $1	
Fare to Washington and porterage	
Amount.     Total.
$7 50
59 10
4 46
3 03
32
50
88 98
3 00
33
00
14
13
3
25
4
00
$10 00
8 00
14 00
20 00
21 00
20 75
13 00
8 00
18 50
7 00
7 75
22 00
40 00
40 00
10 00
8 00
10 00
5 50
29 00
62 00
286 00
7 00
8 75
$74 09
178 86
3,548 31
$52 00
164 00
77 65
90 00
400 25
406 75 80
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION,
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
T. Hudson	
James Nooney.
Price, Miller & Co .
John Doyle	
T. J. Demers	
James Hoolahan	
S. N. Arigoni	
B. C. Snipes	
Denis Donovan	
Lieut. Lyman   Bis-
sell, A. A. C. S.,
U. 8. A.
Nature of expenditure.
Amount.
Bill precisely the same as Gardner's, above	
March. Subsistence on road between Walla-Walla and Dalles,
Oregon	
Transportation of bedding from Walla-Walla to Dalles	
Board in Dalles, $5; fare from Dalles to Portland, $8 1
Board in Portland, $6; porterage, $1; fare to San Francisco,
$10	
Porterage, $2; fare to New York, $258 50; extra baggage, $1.
Porterage In New York, $1; fare to Washington and porterage
$8 75	
April 1, 7$ pounds chocolate, $5 62; 6 dozen screws, $3 ; 4 balls
twine, $1 50	
April 17, 37$ pounds of butter, $37 25; May 9,15 pounds butter,
Charles R.Allen...
G. Clinton Gardner.
W. J. Terry	
April 27, 20 bushels potatoes 	
February. 8$ bushels turnips -	
9 days' board for 2 employes	
May, 2, 008$ pounds beef	
11 days' board In San Francisco 	
139 pounds pork, $14 59; 166 pounds bacon, $18 26; 110 pounds
fresh beef, $13	
2 barrels flour, $13; 61 quarts beans, $4 13; 28 pounds rice,
$2 10; 37 pounds coffee, $5 55	
70 pounds sugar, $7; 10$ pounds candles, $2 20;  12$ pounds
soap, 87$ cents --	
5 quarts salt, 15 cents; 6 pounds*desiccated vegetables, $1 41;
13 pounds desiccated potatoes, $1 49... ,
Transportation from Fort Vancouver to Fort Walla-Walla, 1,004
pounds, at 6$ cents  	
May 9, 24 pounds beef, $2 52; 82 pounds beef, $9 53; 64 pounds
flour, $2 12; 16 quarts beans, $1 09; 6 pounds coffee, $1 20...
16 pounds sugar, $1 76; 2$ pounds soap, 17 cents ; 1 quart salt,
4 cents ; transportation, $9 49	
McWhirk & Co	
Steamer Col. Wright.
1 box raisins, $15; 1 pound saleratus, 75 cento; 1 dozen yeast
powders, $6 .'.;. 	
6 pounds saleratus, $4 50; 2 dozen cans tomatoes, $21	
1 dozen yeast powders, $6; *J dozen pepper, $3 75; 1 pound
saleratus, 75 cento 5.	
5 boxes yeast powders, $2 50; 2 dozen cans tomatoes, $21; 1
pound saleratus, 75 cents	
2 bottles Worcestershire sauce, $1 50; 2 bottles pepper, $1 50-..
Hire of canoe, $10; 80 pounds oats, $6 40; 3 dozen sheaves oats,
$9; 4 dozen sheaves oats, $12   |
Ferriage 9 mules across Spokane river, $9 ; ferriage 1 man across
Spokane river, 50 cento.	
Ferriage 9 mules across Spokane river, $9; ferriage 15 mules
across Spokane river, $15  	
Ferriage 30 mules across Spokane river, $15; ferriage 14 mules,
*7.irf. a.	
Ferriage 3 animals with riders, Snake river, §4 50; ferriage 3
officers, $1 50	
Ferriage 2 animals with riders, Snake river, $3; ferriage 14
mules, $21 .„	
Ferriage 1 man, 50 cento; ferriage 36 animals, $54; ferriage 3
loose animals, $2 25	
Ferriage 15 animals, $22 50; ferriage 4 men, $2 ; ferriage 21 animals, $31 50; ferriage 10 animals, $15 y|*5«m^*	
Ferriage 9 animals, $13 50; ferriage 14 animals, 121; ferriage 45
auimals, $33 75	
Steamer Idaho.
Fare for assistant astronomer, recorder, and employe from Walla-
Walla to Des Chutes	
Freight 2 tons instruments and baggage	
Pacific Mail Steamship Company.
G. C. Gardner
Fare for assistant astronomer, recorder, and employ6 from Dalles
flip Portland ^	
Freight 2 tons instruments and baggage ....'.	
Fare of G. C. Gardner, assistant astronomer, to New York	
Fare of Denis Donovan, recorder, to New York	
Freight on instruments and baggage to Panama	
Freight on instruments and baggage from Panama to New York.
Custom-house fees at San Francisco	
May 10, freight on instruments from Des Chutes to Dalles	
Fare of assistant astronomer and employes from Des Chutes to
Dalles	
Portage on Instruments at Portland 	
$13 50
15 00
13 00
47 00
261 50
9 75
45 85
24 78
10 07
3 05
65 26
16 46
11 45
21 75
25 50
10 50
24 25
3 00
9 50
24 00
22 00
6 00
24 00
56 75
71 00
78 25
30 00
80 00
24 00
40 00
258 50
180 75
289 41
478 40
60
30 00
6 00
2 50
Total.
$400 25
359 75
10 12
52 25
20 00
8 50
24 75
180 76
16 50
177 43
85 00
37 40
55 50
226 50]
110 00
64 00
1,207 66- NORTHWEST BOUNDARY COMMISSION.
81
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Natnre of expenditure.
G. C.Gardner—Continued.
Washington Branch
railroad.
George Gibbs	
J. Nevin King	
Michael McCarty.
Philp & Solomons..
Blanchard & Mohun.
Charles R. Allen.
John Trudell	
Thomas Stensgar...
J. C. McGuire & Co.
E. Llnney ..........
Wm. HounsehlM ...
Sibley & Guy	
John Wilson...
Joseph Gawler.
McGregor & Co.
Portage on instruments at San Francisco	
1 screw-driver and padlock	
Extra baggage on Isthmus, $7 50; portage in New York, $3	
Passnge of assistant astronomer and recorder from New York
to Washington	
Transportation of instruments from railroad depot in Washington to office boundary survey	
Freight on 41 packages instruments and baggage from New
York to Baltimore, $27 88; freight on same from Baltimore to
Washington. $4 70	
Freight ou 13 boxes natural history specimens, $6 50; express
on 10 boxes natural history specimens, $L9 80	
Express on 1 box natural history specimens, $1; express on 1
package, 75 cento	
2 volumes Pacific Railroad Survey	
January 2, repairing 1 watch --;,..
10 packing boxes for instruments, at $6 50	
4 pair iron handles	
1 day's work packing instruments—carpenter's work.
For 1 copying press, $12; 6 sheets oiled paper, 90 cento; 1 copying book, $1 50	
For i ream copying paper, $2 50; 1 Inkstand, $1 50; 1 pint ink,
50 cento •	
For 1 sponge cup, 75 cento; 1 brush, 50 cento; 1 inkstand and
penrack, $1 13	
For 1 bottle mucilage and brush	
For 1 quart Arnold's writing fluid, 75 cento; 1 bottle red ink, 50
cento; 1 bottle blue Ink, 15 cento	
For 1 bottle pounce, 13 cento; 1 bottle mucilage, 50 cents; 1
quire envelope paper, 25 cento	
For 1 gross steel pens,, $1 25; 6 penholders 25 cts; 2 lnkstands,$l 25
For $ ream letter paper, $1 75; $ ream cap paper, $1 75; 1 box
colored crayons, $1 50	
For 1 box water colors, $3; 1 bottle red ink, 50 cento;  1 gross
steel pens, $1 25	
For 6 penholders, 25 cento ; 3 packages envelopes, 55 cents	
For ruling 1 ream paper to order, $1 50; 1 ream cap record
paper, $4	
For 1 bottle mucilage and brush, 25 cento; 1 gold pen, $1 50; 1
paper punch, 38 cento	
For 250 envelopes, $1; 1 quart writing fluid, 75 cento; 2 gross
parchment envelopes, $3	
For 40 yards canvas, $20; 2 pounds rope, $1; $ dozen knives
and forks, $6; 1 bottle oil, 75 cents	
For 1 bottle mustang liniment, 75 cents; 2 C. C. saw files, $4; 3
files, $1 50	
For 2 pairs shears, $7; $ gross matches, $3 50; $ pound saddler's
thread, 50 cents	
For 1$ pound castile soap, $1 25; $ pound beeswax, 25 cents; 15
pounds rope, $7 50 	
Fcr 32 pounds rope, $16; 2 large camp kettles, $6.	
For 30 bushels oats, $45; 2 tons hay, $40  .......
For 45 bushels oats, $67 50; 60 bushels do., $90	
For 1 office desk, $45; 1 do., $30; 4 office chairs, $6	
For rent of office, 3 months, to April 10, 1861, $54; fires and
gas. $14	
For 4 buff linen window shades	
For 1 stove, $16 ; 12 pounds stove-pipe, $1 92 ; 8 pounds zinc,
$1 20; 1 pair andirons, $1 SO	
For 2 baskets, 75 cents ; 1 dusting brush, 62 cents; 2 brooms, 75
cento; 1 fender, $2 50	
For 3 door mats, $6; 1 pair tongs and shovel, $3 50; 1 stand for
do., $150	
For 1 pair andirons, $2; 1 rug, $2 50, 1 coal scuttle, $1; 1 water
bucket, $1	
For 1 dust pan, 25 cents; 1 earthen basin, 75 cents	
For $ cord oak wood, $3; $ cord hickory do., $3 50; I cord pine
do.,$l 50.	
For pine table, $3 50; 1 do. with drawers, $4 50	
For 4 sets doors for book and paper cases, $10; 2 pine tables, $7
For $ dozen cane-bottom office chairs
For 1 walnut case for books and papers.
Amount.      Total
H. Ex. Doc. 86-
•6
$6 50
1 50
10 50
26 30
1 75
2 00
65 00
2 00
5 00
2 38
45
1 40
88
2 75
5 00
9 00
22 00
6 50
1 00
8 00
17 00
11 66
12 00
30 05
8 00
72 00
21 73
27 96
76 00
85 00
157 59
81 00
68 00
700 82
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, frc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Hudson & Fortune.
C Woodward	
W. I. Warren	
Nature of expenditure.
G. C. Johnson &Co.
Oregon Steam Navigation Company.
Pacific Mail Steam-
■   ship Company.
Steamship Sierra Nevada.
Benjamin C. Swipes
Joseph Wagner	
James Jones	
William S. Hughes,
A. A. C.S..U.S.A.
For rent of brick storehouse for packing instruments, from May
24 to June 1, 6 days	
For I water-cooler, $4 ; 1 bair sweeping brush, $1 25	
For transportation of box from New York to Washington..:	
For transportation of box from railroad to office	
For moving load of office furniture •
For sawing and piling wood	
For postage on official letters, from July 1,1860, to June 30,1861.
For rent of office roms, from April to June 30, 3 months.
Expenditure for second quarter, 1861.
M.W. Holly	
Charles R. Allen.
THIRD QUARTER, 1861.
For transportation of chief astronomer, three assistants, and four
employes from Walla-Walla to Portland, Oregon	
For transportation of 1 ton government property	
Andrew Crowley.
John G. Parke	
T.J.Miller	
Centura Velasco	
Lieut.   William   B.
Hughes, A.A.Q.M.
James Monoghan...
W. D. Bigelow	
Michael Dolan	
G. E. Goddard'	
United States Coast
Survey Office.
H. Polkinhorn	
Dau'l Appleton &Co.
For transportation of chief astronomer and two assistants from
S*n Francisco to New York -M.	
For transportation of chief astronomer and two assistants from
Portland to San Franci co ......:....	
For transportation of 4 employes'. ,
For transportation of 1 ton government prsperty ,
For 2,369$ pounds fresh beef, delivered during June, July, and
August, at 9 cento per pou> d	
For ferriige on Lake Osoyoos	
For 4 pounds butler, $4; 8 pounds do., $8 ; 10 pounds do., $10..
For 66 pounds mutton, at 25 cento per pound	
For 2,260 pounds beef. $209 05;  156$ pounds ham, $21 75;  161
pounds rice, $14 49: 20 25-32 bushels beans, $45 09	
For 958 pounds brown sugar, $124 54 ; 204$ pounds crushed do.,
$24 54 ; 16 poundB corn meal. 56 cento; 1 gallon vinegar, 35 cto-
For 4 pounds sperm candles. $1 92; 190 pounds soap, $13 34;
2 20-32 bushels salt. $2 52; 33 gallons molasses, $24 56	
For 521 pounds coffee  	
For 5 bushels potatoes  	
For 2 dozen cans tomatoeR, $20; 4 bottles pepper, $2 ; 2 bottles
ginger, $1 50	
For 2 papers saleratus, $1 50; 5 boxes yeast powders, $3 12; 6
cans corn, $6 Jit,	
For 2 boxes yeast powders, $1 25; 3 papers saleratus, $2 25; 10
cans corn, $10	
For 6 cans pie fruit, $9;  10 pounds raisins, $7 50 ; 2 boxes yeast
powder*, $1 25 - - - Jf.	
For 1 bottle ginger, 75 cento.	
Amount.
For 60 pounds butter 	
For cash paid for board and lodging for 5 men, 3 days, at Dalles,
Oregon.. J$.:	
For cash paid for board and lodging for 4 men, 3 days, at Portland Oregon W,	
For hire of boat used in crossing Mhoialpithren river	
For ferriage of pack train across Columbia river	
For transportation 4,218 pounds subsistence stores, at 33 cents
per pound	
For 47 grain sacks	
For ferriage 2 wagons and teams and 5 riding animals across
Spokane  .v.	
For ferriage 2 wagons and teams and 5 riding animals across
Snake river 	
For porterage on instruments in San Francisco, 8 loads	
For transportation of government property and extra baggage
of chief commissioner from Panama to Aspinwall, 489 pounds,
at 10 cents perp< und	
For 200 impressions from the plate of the Circular Protractor,
and cost of paper and printing.	
For 1,500 labels for geological specimens collected by boundary
commission—A. Campbell, esq,, commissioner; George Gibbs,
geologist	
For 2 maps of Vancouver's Island and British Columbia	
For Palisser's Report of Exploration in British North America..
For Hind's Report of Assinabolne and Saskatchewan Exploring
Expedition	
$1 75
25
1 00
1 02
2 13
$168 00
42 00
120 00
80 00
10 75
213 25
3 00
290 38
149 99
42 04
91 17
23 50
10 62
13 50
,17 75
•   75
30 00
14 00
548 34
10 34
10 50
2 50
2 50
Total.
$15 00
5 25
6 25
150 00
4,892 39
$210 00
775 50
210 75
216 25
22 00
16 501
573 58
5 (JO.
66 12
45 00
44 00.
7 50
30 00
558 68
17 00
23 50
9 75
48 90
12 43
3 00
  15 C01 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION. 83
Detailed-statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Wm. Wurdemann .
Daniel I. Welch .
Charles R. Allen..
Wm. Hounschild ...
C. S. Fowler & Co..
G. C. Johnson &Co.
Joseph Gawler
Wm. I. Warren
John G. Parke.
U
I. S.Harris	
I. V. Wurdemann.
John J. Major	
Adams Express	
G. C. Gardner	
Joseph S. Harris...
G. J. Johnson & Co
J. W. Dyer	
J. C. McGuire & Co
C. Woodward	
G." Hartig	
Nature of expenditure.
For 1 steel triangle, $5 50; 2 dozen thumb tacks, $3; 2 German
silver dividers, $10; 2 do hair do., $5	
For 2 German silver proportionals, $27; 2 drawing pens, $2 75 ;
2 do., $2 20	
For 1 set German silver beam compasses, with insertions ,
For 1 set German silver $-yard scale, graduated to 1-10000	
2 felling axes	
39 yards muslin. $9 75; 2 balls twine, 50 cents; 1 camp kettle, $3 50
4 papers tacks, $1 50; 5 pounds rope, $1; $ dozen sacks, $2 25	
3 window shades.	
4 spittoons, $3; $ dozen tumblers, $1	
Rent of office from July 1 to September 1, $150; water rent, 1
year, $10 ,	
Making ventilator to privy, $3; taking down and putting up map
cases, $1 50	
Planing <>ff drawing tables, $1 50; re-covering stool, 50 cento; 1
table. $4; 1 stool, $2	
Covering 3 tables with oil-cloth, $4 50; making and hanging
Venetian door, $12 50	
Covering 2 tables with oil-cloth, $3; making 2 beams for beam
compasses   ..... 	
1 quarter rent post office box, $1: moving furniture, $3; cleaning yard, $1 50; moving furniture, 50 cento	
Freight package from New York, 50 cento; glazing window, 62
cento; cleaning privy and yard, $2	
2 whetstones, 25 cents; transportation 2 packages from New
York, $1; ice, $2 52; postage, $2 36	
Total expenditures for third quarter, 1861.
FOURTH QUARTER, 1861.
Ferriage Nehoialpitkwa river, 3 times	
Fare on Cascades Portage railroad, Columbia river, Oregon, 3
persons	
Porterage on baggage of self and 2 assistants	
Hire of back to transport coin to United States treasury	
Porterage on baggage in New York JB.	
Railroad fare from New York to Washington, $8; porterage, 50
cents	
Board at Dalles, Ohio, $5 50; board at Portland, $6; porterage
at Portland, $1	
Subsistence in San Francisco, 10 days	
Porterage in New York, $1 50; railroad to Washington, $8; porterage, 50 cents	
Porterage baggage, 75 cents; board 3 days, $6; rent of room
and subsistence in San Francisco, $20	
Porterage in New York, 50 cents; railroad to Washington, and
porterage, $8 50	
Board at Dalles, $5 50; board at Portland, $2; fare to Sacramento, $60; fare to San Francisco, $5 ^M
Subsistence in San Francisco, 5 days, $12 50; porterage, $2	
Passage from San Francisco to New York	
Porterage in New York, $1; railroad fare, and porterage to
Washington, $8 50	
Freight 4 boxes instruments from San Francisco to New York,
13$ feet at $2 50 	
Freight 2 boxt.8 instrumentofrom New York to Washington, $2 25
Freight 1 Nautical Almanac from Olympia to Fort Vancouver ..
Making 5 b'»xes $13; covering 4 boxes, $8	
5$ yards oil-cloth, $2 75; 26 yards cambric, $2 60	
2 axes and 2 Ratchets	
1 walnut office table, $11; 6 arm chairs, $9	
4 coal stoves, $36; 8 pounds pipe, $1 60; 3 fire-boards, $8 ; 2 coal
stoves, $15; 6 sheets zinc, $6	
2 sets pipe, $1 50; 6 pokers. $1 50; 1 coal hod, $1 25; shovel,
25 cents; 12 pounds pipe, $2 40 ■
2 el ows, 50 cents ; 5 urns for stoves, $5; 5 stoppers for stoves,
$1 25; 1 large shovel, 62 cents     •
1 small shovel, 25 cents ; 1 coal hod, 75 cents  ■
1 stove, $6; 5 pounds zinc, 80 cents
Amount.     Total
$23 50
31 95.
10 00
4 50
13 75
4 75
$4 50
3 00
2 00
2 50
1 00
8 50
12 50
25 00
10 00
72 50
14 50
224 50
9 50
33 13
4 50
66 60
6 90
7 37
1 00
$69 95
7 50
18 50
5 25
4 00
160 00
33 12
15 25
3.224 03
$21 50
47 50)
35 7J
321 50?
37 63'-
3 50
21 00
5 35r.
3 65
20 00.
81 87
6 86 84
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued
To whom paid.
T.I. &W.M.GaH.
Solomon Stover	
Wm. Hounschild	
G. I. Johnson & Co
WmJ*. Warren....
John B. Tnrton.
Solomon Stover ..
Dickson Sl King	
J. S. Harvey & Co .
G. J. Johnson & Co.
William J. Warren..
Nature of expenditure.
4 tons eoal, $32; 1 cord hickory wood, $12; $ cord pine, split,
$2 25-
2 cords hickory, $20; sawing. $3 25; $ cord pine, $4 50; sawing,
94 cents	
1 green window shade	
3 months' rent of office	
Rent post office box, $1; candlesticks, 62 cento; stowing wood,
50 cento; making dust covers, 63 cents	
Hauling ashes, 85 cents; labor, $1 30; postage, $3 04	
Amount.
Expenditures for fourth quarter, 1861
EOR THE TEAR 1862.
For 1 writing table, $5 62; to 1 writing table, $6 50; repairing
case, $2	
For 1 key, 25 cento; 1 rack, 75 cento	
For 1 cord wood, $10; sawing 1 cord wood, 87$ cento; 1 ton coal,
$9 ; putting in 1 ton coal, 25 cento	
For $ cord pine wood, $4 50; sawing $ cord pine wood, 94
cents ; 1 ton coal, $9 ; putting In 1 ton coal, 25cento	
For 1 cord hickory wood, $11; sawing 1 cord hickory wood, 75
cento	
For 2 tons coal, $20; $ cord pine wood, $4 50; 1 cord hickory
wood,$11; 2 cords hickory wood,$22.	
For 2 tons white ash coal S	
Rent of office (6 rooms) from January 1,1862, to December 31,
1862.
For post office box rent, $1; cleaning privy, $1 ; wood hod, $2 ;
coal hod, $2 25 5	
For glazing windows, $2 50; putting away coal and hauling
ashes, $1; sawing wood, $1 69	
For 2 frames, $2 54 ; sawing wood and putting away coal and
wood, $3; cleaning privy, $1	
For hauling ashes, 50 cents; transportation of specimens, 75 cento;
postage on official letters, $5 09 	
Philp &, Solomons ..   For 3 office shears, $3 37; 2 India ink saucers, 40 cents; 1 gold
pen and holder, $2 75  	
For 12 inkstands, $4 80 ; 3 bottles mucilage, 75 cents; 2 sponges,
50 cents ; 9 pieces rubber, 72 cents	
For 1 feather duster, 75 cento; 6 ink erasers, 60 cents; 2 hand
punches, $1	
For 1 dozen camel's-hair pencils, 50 cento; 2 Ink tumblers, 20
cento; $ dozen knives, $8 25	
For 1 dozen carmine, $1 50; 2 pounce boxes, 50 cento; 1 pearl
knife, $1 25; 1 sheet board, 25 cents	
For 1 portfolio, $1; l dozen mounting boards, $3; 1 large portfolio, $1 25; 500 envelopes, $2 50	
For $ ream note, fl 50; $ ream note, 62 cents; 1 inkstand, $2 ;
4 paper weights, $250	
For $ dozen pencils, 75 cents ; 1 knife, $137	
Blanchard«fcMohun.| For 1 bottle carmine ink, 38 cento; 1 gross envelopes, $2 50 ; $
ream paper, $1 50 ,
For envelopes, 12 cento; 2 sheets Bristol board, 30 cents; 4 pencils, 25 cents ; 4 brushes, 25 cents	
For 2 letter clips, 75 cents; 1 taper stand, 75 cento; $ dozen
tiipers, 25 cents; 1 letter stamp, 50 cento **	
For 1 gross pens, $1; envelopes, 25 cents; 2 quires blotting papfjfc-
37 cento; 1 letter box, $1  *&	
For pen-holders, 25 cento; post office balance, $3 75 ;   Bristol
board, 20 cents ; pasteboard, 25 cents	
For 1 bottle mucilage, 50 cents ; 2 bottles writing fluid, $1 50 ; $
ream letter paper, $1 50 ,~ .M	
For i ream note paper, 75 cents ; 2 bottles mucilage, 50 cents ; 1
pair shears, $1 	
For 1 bottle writing fluid, 75 cents; $ dozen sheets blotting board,
38 cento £*£	
Adam s Express Co..
For freight on 10 boxes Instruments from San Francisco to New
York	
For freight on 10 boxes instruments from New York to. Washington 	
Louisa Rowan I Scrubbing 10 rooms, and washing paint
F. M. Jarboe  \ 30 pounds candles	
$2 75
5 19
$14 12
1 00
20 12$
14 69
11 75
6 25
5 19
6 54
6 34
6 52
6 77
2 35
8 95
3 50
7 75
6 62
2 12
4 38
92
2 25
3 37
4 45
3 50
2 25
1 13
17 85
11 00
Total.
$46 25
28 69
1 75
150 00
8 94
841 68
fl5 32
46 56
57 50
17 00^
600 00
>4 32
44 58
oo o
2 23
28 85!
10.001
12 00 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.
To whom paid.
Myers &, McGhan..
W. S. Mitchell & Co
William G. Bitner .
P. J.Bellew& Co...
William J. Warren..
William W. Hurdle.
Charles Gibson	
Solomon Stover —
Joseph L. Savage...
John Honesty	
G. J. Johnson & Co.
William J. Warren..
James D. Duncan ..
Edward Lycett
Philp & Solomons ..
Blanchard & Mohun.
Philp & Solomons ..
R. L Joyce	
L. J. Middle ton..
John Honesty ...
Solomon Stover .
Joseph Gawler ..
G. J. Johnson & Co.
William J. Warren..
Nature of expenditure.
1 porcelain urinal, $5; 1 stop and wash cock, $2 25; 8 feet galvanized pipe, $2	
14 pounds lead pipe, $1 68; 2 pounds solder, 60 cents; plumber
and assistant, 1 day, $4	
32$ yards carpet, $41 25; thread, making, and putting down,
$475	
2 locks, 50 cento; 2 door keys, 50 cento each, $1; desk repairs,
and 2 keys, 75 cents	
Lock and key to privy, 75 cents; door key, 50 cents	
Amount.      Total
6 gilt frames, cord, screw rings, and nails for framing views on
northwest boundary survey  ,
Post office box rent, $1 07; sawing wood, 62 cento; pine wood,
$2 83; office brush, $1 50	
Screen to water-closet, $2; portfolio for drawings, $1; hauling
ashes, 50 cento	
Cleaning privy, $1; water bucket, 50 cents; carpenter work, 75
cento; postage, $1 19	
Furnishing brick, mortar, «fec, and repairing fireplace in office...
Sawingll cords wood, and packing same, $16 25; packing 4 tons
coal, and shaking carpet, $1 50 ,
9 cords wood, $76 50; 8 tons coal, $61; 2 cords pine wood, $14..
1 shovel and tongs, $ L 50; door spring, 62 cento; 1 scraper, $2 .
Services making fires; carrying In wood and coal, &c, $ month,
at $12 per month	
Water rent, 1 year	
Post office box rent, $2; night work, (1; 2 brooms, 93 cento ;
postage, $3	
Mitchell's General Atlas	
100 paper slabs with printed labels, $4; binding 4 volumes, $2 50.
25 quills, 63 cento; 1 map, $3; 2 dozen mounting boards, $5; 1
bottle Ink, 25 cento; 1 ream paper, $2 75	
100 envelopes, $1; 2 sheets mounting board, 60 cento; 2 balls
twine, 40 cents	
1 Congressional Directory, 50 cento; pen-holders, and mucilage,
85 cento; 1 box pens, 63 cento	
2 quires paper, 50 cents; 8 mounting boards, 64 cents; 20 mounting boards, $1 60; 1 quire paper, 25 cents	
1 bottle mucilage, 25 cents; 1 spool tape, $1 25; 6 pen-holders,
25 cents; 12 mounting boards, 96 cents	
250 envelopes, $1 25; 2 reams paper, $6 50; 500 envelopes, $2;
1 quart writing fluid, 75 cento	
1 ball twine, 38 cents; 1 memorandum wallet, $1	
6 sheets drawing paper, $
paper, $5 75	
1 dozen boxes for papers
i; 2 dozen drawing pencils, $2; 1 ream
$ ream paper,
$1 50	
50; 2,000 envelopes, $6 12; 1 gross parchment,
6 sheets blotting board, 30 cents; 1 dozen pencils, $1; 500 envelopes, $1 75	
5 quires paper, $1 85; 1 quart writing fluid, $1; 1$ ream paper,
$4.
1 large bottle mucilage, $1; 1 eraser, 50 cents; 1 gold pen, $1 58;
2 plated pen-holders, $1	
Total expenses of administering office for the year 1862
FIRST QUARTER, 1863.
$ peck ice daily	
Services carrying up wood and coal, making fire, &o.'.	
Stowing away in cellar 4 tons of coal	
Services carrying up wood and coal, making fire, &c	
Services carrying up wood and coal, making fire, &c	
1 ton coal 	
Planing off door	
Making alterations in bookcase
Repairing 7 office chairs	
Rent of office rooms	
Post office box rent	
Freight on package of drawings
Cleaning privy	
Putting in 1 ton coal	
Postages on official letters	
2 25
1 25
10 50
1 38
16 75
9 00
$12 00
1 00
12 00
12 00
1 00
1 00
3 00
12 96
8 00
17 75
154 50
4 12
6 00
30 00
6 93
6 00
6 50
13 63
19 16
■20 7 a
23 10
1,263 78
$7 08
37 00
9 00
5 00
150 00
3 48 86 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
J. M. Alden
William Eichler	
Solomon Stover	
John Honesty	
G. J. Johnson & Co.
William J. Warren.
Philp & Solomons
R. I. Joyce.
Hagar Carter —
M. Taylor & Co
Solomon Stover
Alfred Tarr.
G. J. Johnson & Co.
William J. Warren..
Nature of expenditure.
Two sketch books	
3 $-cakes cobalt	
2 camel hair brushes ..
1 box water colors	
$ quire drawing paper.
2 drawing boards	
Amount.      Total.
Cleaning chronometer.
Total	
SECOND QUARTER, 1863.
t-cord pine wood
1 ton coal	
Services carrying up wood, making fire, &c.
Rent of office rooms	
Post office box rent  	
Putting in coal	
Sawing wbod, &c. .... 	
Two brooms	
Repairing locks	
Postage on official letters	
$2
1 quart M. & N. ink	
$ ream extra heavy white note paper	
$ ream extra heavy white letter paper	
500 extra heavy white envelopes	
1 quart mucilage, 75 cento; 6 bottles carmine,
10 yards tracing linen 	
2 dozen octagon pencils, $2; 1 gross Gillott's 303 pens, $1 50.
$ gross Gillott's 291 pens, (mapping)	
6 sheets tracing paper .IS	
2 rolls tracing paper **,.    	
1 copy United States tax laws and decisions	
1 ream blue laid cap paper, &c	
2 quires extra large wrapping paper .^ ,
1 box 3-pointed steel pens	
4 porcupine and silver pen-holders, $3; 1 rubber, 38 cento	
13 yards tracing linen 	
1 gross Gillott's 3o3 pens	
1 ream commercial note paper	
1 ream commercial note paper	
i ream Eng. note paper	
1,000 letter envelopes	
1 gross parchment envelopes	
$ ream envelope paper	
3 office penknives	
1 ruler	
1 copy Bartlett's Mexican Boundary Report.
Total.
THIRD QUARTER, 1863.
Scrubbing and washing, &c
38 yards cotton cambric ....
2 spools cotton thread	
10 tons red ash coal..
9 cords hickory wood
2 cords pine wood....
Cleaning out cellar, &c	
Sawing 6 cords hickory wood
Sawing 3 cords hickory wood
Sawing 2 cords pine wood	
Putting away 11 cords wood .
Putting away 7 tons coal ..\
Rent of office rooms	
Post office box rent ...   ..
Shaking office carpet ,
Water crock, 40 cents; water pitcher, 80 cento	
Making table covers	
Easing 2 doorB, 50 cents; glazing large window, $3
Postage on official letters ,
$7 25
88
67
5 75
3 00
4 25
$1 87
9 00
00
25
50
70
50
45
50
25
25
00
00
10 00
3 50
3 50
1 50
15 00
75
10 00
00
50
3 38
11 50
1 75
00
00
50
00
75
50
00
25
50
$9 50
20
90
00
85 50
15
00
50
50
50
75
75
75
00
50
20
25
50
87,
$21 80
3 CO
236 361
$10 87
12 00
150 00
3 40
79 38
30 50
286 15
110 00
9 70
190 50
18 75
150 00
8 32 NOKTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
87
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8?c.—Continued;
To whom paid.
Anthony Best
William W. Hurdle
James Chapman —
L. J. Mlddleton —.
G. J. Johnson <fc Co
William J. Warren.
Philp & Solomons...
R. I. Joyce.
Solomon Stover
G. J. Johnson & Co.
William J. Warren..
G. J. Johnson & Co.
William J. Warren.
Nature of expenditure.
100 extra thick white envelopes, No. 7.
300 extra thick white envelopes, No. 32
100 extra thick white envelopes, No. 13
100 extra thick white envelopes, No. 14
50 extra thick white envelopes, No. 15 .
50 extra thick white envelopes, No. 17..
Total.
FOURTH QUARTER, 1863.
Repairing fire-place	
Repairing fire-place	
i peck fee dally from March I to July 31, 1863	
$ peck Ice dally from August 1 to October 31, 1663	
$ peck Ice daily from November 1 to December 31, 1863.
Rent of office rooms	
1 year water rent	
Post office box rent	
Night work	
Fitting up map case	
Hauling ashes	
Putting looking-glass in frame	
Postage on official letters.	
1 ream letter ruled, &c	
1 knife	
2 dozen Faber's octagon pencils	
6 pieces ink erasers	
.1 pint Lawrence's fluid	
6 pieces rubber	
6 pieces ink erasers	
1 set ink cups	
2 quireB 40 x 48 wrapping paper	
1 tin can mucilage	
12 sheets blotting boards  .
2 boxes heavy envelopes	
2 boxes buff letter paper	
2 boxes buff note paper	
i ream envelope paper	
1 quart bottle writing ink	
1$ ream buff letter paper	
Total.
FIRST QUARTER, 1864.
2 tons red ash coal
$ cord pine wood .
Rent of office rooms	
Post office box rent	
Drawing table trestle	
Night work	
Hauling ashes	
Putting away coal	
Pair audirons	
Stowing away coal	
Paper punch	
Repa ring spring to paper
Postage on official letters.
Total.
Expense of administering office, from April 1 to Dec. 31, 1864.
Office rent and water tax from April 1 to December 31, 1864—
Post office box rent, $1; sawing, putting away wood, and 1 ton
coal, $1	
Hauling ashes, $2; shaking carpets, 75 cents; night work, $1;
postage, 15 cento	
Post offic% box rent, $4 ; freight from New York, $1 25	
1 broom, 50 cents; 2 papers tacks, 20 cents; 1 broom, 50 eents;
1 door key, 75 cents	
Amount.  Total
$4 10
4 93
1 62
200 00
10 00
8 50
3 00
1 25
75
4 00
3 00
$22 00
3 00
$2 00
3 90
5 25
1 95
$9 50
396 77
$12 00
8 00
20
21 51
17 25
287 61
$25 GO
200 00
11 26
236 26
$605 00 88
NORTHWEST BOUNDARY COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, &c.«*-Continued.
To whom paid.
William J.Warren—
Continued.
Solomon Stover	
L. J. Middleton	
J.   W.   Thompson,
&Co.
Alfred Farr	
T. V. Noonan	
Stewart, Fisher & Co
Celia Watson	
Moses Orr	
R. J. Joyce	
Philp & Solomons
Blanchard &Mohun.
Philp & Solomons..
Blanch ard & Mohun.
Edward Edwards.
Nature of expenditure.
1 door key, 75 cento; repairing desk, 25 cents; repairing inkstand, 25 cento; postage, $1 62...... •	
Amount.
14 tons co.al, $167; 2 cords pine wood, $18	
Ice from May 10 to December 17, 1864 <•	
1 pendant and hanging same, $5 75; 1 gilt slide light and tube,
$14	
1 milk shade, burner and frame	
Sawing 11 cords wood, packing same, and packing 10 tons coal..
1 urinal with pipes, $10; 3 feet pipe and fittings, $1 70	
9 cords hickory wood	
Scrubbing floors and passages, washing windows, &o	
Services as messenger, August 8, 9, and 10	
1 ball twine, 75 cento; 600 envelopes, $4 25; gold pen, $3 50;
silk taste, 62 cents—	
2 boxes note paper, $3 50; 500 envelopes, $3 50; $ ream note
paper, $2 -- ■
4 sheets tracing paper, $1; 1 ream letter paper, $7 50; 1$ ream
paper, $6 50	
100 envelopes, 80 cents; 12 pieces rubber, $1 20; 2 cans mucilage,
2; 10 quires paper, $6	
1 box cap paper, $1 50; 1 quire large wrapping paper, $2; 1
spool tape, $2 50 -..	
1 dozen pieces tap*, 50 cento; 1 piece silk taste, 16cents ........
1 eyelet machine, $2; 1 box eyelets, 37 cents; 6 rolls taste, $2 25.
2 camel-hair brushes	
5 quires paper, $1 75; 1 quart writing fluid, $1; 3 erasers, $1 50.
2 gross pens, $2 50; $ dozen penholders, 25 cents; 250 envelopes,
$1 50 .JSL	
$ ream paper, $5; 1 Congressional Directory, 75 cento	
1 dozen lead pencils, $2; 1 quart writing fluid, $2; 1$ gross en-
velopes, $3 50	
750 envelopes, $6 ; 1 dozen blotting boards, $1; 2 penknives, $7.
3 reams note paper, ruled to order	
Total expense of administering office above period.......
1865.
500 buff letter envelopes, $3; 1 quire extra large brown paper,
$1 75 X.	
500 heavy white envelopes, $5 ; 1 ream heavy white note paper,
$4 50	
1 penknife, $2; 1 ream cap paper, $8 50; 2 penknives, at $2 50,
$5	
1 quart bottle Arnold's writing fluid, $1 50; $ ream note paper,
$2 50	
2 balls twine, 90 cents; 100 official envelopes, $1; 1 quart bottle
mucilage, $1 50.- 1	
$ dozen Eagle pencils, (3,) 75 cents; $ dozen Eagle pencils, (4,)
at 75 cento .*.............
Furnishing and putting on 6 springs for window sash, at 75 cents,
$4 50; easing door, 50 cento	
Easing back gate and furnishing and putting on bolt	
L. J. Middleton & Col Ice from March 21 to December 31.
G. J.Johnson & Co.   Office rent, $850; water rent, $10	
Office expenses, viz:
William J. Warren.I Post office box rent, $ I 50; gas bill, $1 S3	
Repairing fireplace, $2 50; scrubbing, $2;  hauling ashes, 75 cts.
Repairing locks, 75 cents; hooks and stables, $2; window rod,
50 cento .11. 	
Broom, 50 cents; axe helve, 25 cento; paper tacks, 10 cents;
postage, 51 cents .S	
Sibley & Guy
Larmer & By ram...
W. S.Mitchell & Co.
William J. Warren.
Samuel Redfern ...
Eliza Lee	
George I. Johnson.
1 dust brush, $1 50;   fire shovel, 25 cento;   tacks, 10 cento;
feather duster, $2 75	
Boards on fence, $1; repairing cellar door, $2 25.	
Oil-cloth rug	
Gas bill, 59 cento; post office box rent, $1 50; tin candle holders,
$2 50	
Attending lights, $1 50; night work, $1 25; postage, 27 cento...
24 pounds patent candles, at 75 cents	
Scrubbing office floors, passages, windows, &o	
24 yards black silesia, $9 60; 5 pieces tape, 25 cents
$2 87
19 75
5 00
15 00
10 00
6 00
66
4 62
50
4 25
4 25
5 75
7 50
14 00
13 50
$4 75
9 50
15 50
4 00
3 40
1 50
5 00
1 50
273
5 25
3 25
1 36
4 59
3 02
Total.
$15 97
185 00
11 94
24 75
23 25
11 70
121 50
10 00
5 00
18 19
36 78
49 25
3,118 2£
$29 75
8 90
6 50
24 55
860 00
12 59
4 60
3 25
4 00
7 61
18 00
10 00
9 85 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
William J. Warren
Blanchard & Mohun.
Richard J. Joyce
Johnson & Co	
Moses Orr	
Alfred Farr	
Stewart Fisher & Co.
William J. Warren.
Peter Sperling	
Geo. J, Johnson & Co
William J. Warren
Charles Kattleman..
L. J. Middleton & Co
G. J. Johnson & Co.
Do 	
William J. Warren..
Philp & Solomons ..
Blanchard & Mohun
McCormick & Beale.
Louisa Rowans	
Stewart & Booker ..
Alfred Farr	
Edward Edwards...
Geo. J. Johnson & Co
William J. Warren..
J.Karr	
Wm. Hounschild	
L. J. Middleton & Co
Nature of expenditure.
Office expenses, viz:
Post office box rent, $1 50; hauling ashes, $1 75	
Attending lights at illumination, $3; hauling ashes, 75 cento
Gas bill, $ I 23; cotton for decorations, $4 10; water pitcher, $1 50
Shaking carpet, 75 cents; $ dozen tumblers and 1 waiter, $2 65.
Postage	
1 Congressional Directory, 50 cents; 1 dozen rubber bands, 50
cents; 2 quires envelope paper, $2 50	
1 bottle writing fluid, $1 50; 1 card mapping pens, $1; 1 gross
pens, $2 50	
1 dozen Faber's lead pencils	
1 box white envelopes. $2
} ream letter paper, $3
1 box white envelopes ...
6 packages white envelopes, $1 20;
1 large tin box for holding maps	
Painting privy	
Sawing and packing wood and coal	
8 cords hickory wood, $88; 2 cords pine wood, $16
5 tons coal, at $11	
Office expenses, viz:
Post office box rent, $1 50; cleaning cellar, $1 50
Repairing waste pipe, $2; sweeping chimneys,
Water bucket, broom, &c, $2 25; postage, 63 cents
Total
3866.
For 1 walnut portfolio stand, $20; repairing stand,
For office rent for first quarter, at $1,000 per annum
For post office box rent, first quarter  	
For patting in coal, $2 50; 1 water bucket, 40 cents
For cleaning and repairing 1 chronometer	
For ice from January 1 to June 30 .<u.	
For office rent for second quarter, at $1,000 per annum
For water rent for year	
For post office box rent, second quarter	
For repairing office scissors, 30 cento; scavenger work, $ 1
For hauling ashes, 75 cts.; 6$yds. cotton for backing maps, $1 63
For 1 broom, 40 cento; 1 paper tacks, 10 cents	
For disinfecting powder for privy	
For 2 red and blue pencils, 50 cts.; 12 sheets mounting board, $6
For 8 sheets mounting board, $4 ; '1 feather duster, $3
For 500 extra heavy white letter envelopes	
For 400 extra heavy white note envelopes ,
For $ ream extra heavy white note paper	
For 10 yards cartoon paper	
For 1 dozen blotting boards, $1 50; 1 copying brush, $1 25
For 1 box pens, $1 50; 3 rolls silk taste, $1 50	
For 1 dozen rubber bands, 50 cents; 3 reams note paper, $15—
For 250 letter envelopes. $ L 25; $ ream hand-made letter paper, $5
For 1 box paper fasteners, 40 cents; $ ream letter paper, $3
For $ ream foolscap paper, $4; 1 Congressional Directory, $1 25
For 1 map of North, America	
For 1 box white letter envelopes, $2 50; 1 box white note envelopes, $1 75; 1 ream white note paper, $3 25	
For scrubbing floors and washing windows, &c	
For 5 tons coal, $15; 5 cords hickory wood, $50; 1 cord pine
wood, $7	
For cleaning cellar, hauling dirt, piling wood, &c	
For moving boxes, shaking carpet and putting in coal
For sawing and packing wood.	
For repairing cellar door, and binges and hanging of same
For furnishing materials and making frames for maps
For facing and cleating board for backing maps	
For putting lock on cellar door	
For office rent, third quarter, at $1,000 per annum	
For post office box rent, third quarter, $1 50; repairing waste
pipe, $1 50; 3 yards cotton for backing maps, $1 80
Foe repairing and cleaning 1 chronometer	
For 1 buff window shade ,	
For ice from July l to December 31	 90
NORTHWEST   BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, Sfc.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Geo. J. Johnson & Co
William J. Warren. .
Philp & Solomons.
Blanchard & Mohun
Moses Orr	
Gibson Brothers	
J. E. Miller & Co...
Stewart & Booker..
G. J. Johnson & Co.
William J. Warren..
Stewart & Booker.
Nancy Waldron	
Wash'n & Georgt'n
Ice Company.
Geo. J. Johnson & Co
Wm. J. Warren—
Philp & Solomons ..
Blanchard & Mohun
Wm. J. Warren.
Stewart & Booker
Reyburn Green—
For office rent fourth quarter, at $1,000 per annum	
For post office box rent, fourth quarter	
For scrubbing floors, &c , $2 50; hauling ashes, 75 cents.
For 1 broom, 70 cents; postage for year, $3 62	
For 1 ream cap paper, $9; 1 ream letter paper, $7 50	
For 1 doz. Faber's p nclls, $1 50; 1 gross Perry'B steel pens, $1 50.
For 2 pint bottles Arnold's writing fluid	
For $ quire folio post paper, 25 cts.; 250 white letter envelopes, $1 62
For 500 white note envelopes, $3; 1 ream note paper, $5	
For 500 extra heavy white note envelopes	
For 3 rubber p n holders, $1 05; 3 bottles French carmine, $1 20.
For6 dozen rubber bands, $2 50; 3 penknives, $7 50	
Total.
FIRST QUARTER, 1867.
For repairing fireplace In commissioner's office —	
For printing titles for maps, $2 ; labels for filing papers, $9
For $ cord wood	
For J cord wood, $10; 1 ton coal, $8 50; $ cord wood, $5	
For office rent   	
For cash paid for office expenses:
Post office box rent, $1 50; sawing wood, &c, $2 75 ..
Putting in window glass	
Sawing wood and puttiog in coal, &c 	
Sawing wood and packing wood  .......
Broom, 60 cento ; brush and handle, $1 75 	
Paper tacks, 10 cento; candles, 75 cents	
Amount.
Total.
SECOND QUARTER, 1867.
For 1 cord wood, $8; 1 cord wood, $10.
For scrubbing floors, &c	
For ice	
For office rent, $250; water rent, $10	
For cash paid for current office expenses for quarter, to wit:
Post office box rent ..  .	
Sawing and packing away wood 	
Cartage on map frame  ....
Sawing and packing away wood	
Repairing chairs and door lock	
Shaking office carpet, 75 cents; clearing out cellar, $2
Frame for maps, $2; putting up fence, $1 25	
Official postage	
For 12 sheets oiled paper, $6 ; 2 quires copying paper, $1
For $ ream English hand-made drawing paper..	
For $ ream English hand-made drawing paper	
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
For
1 ream hand-made letter paper	
2 pint bottles mucilage, $1 50; 1 quart bottle writing fluid, $1
17 quires flat-cap paper *a	
5 quires envelope paper, $2; 6 sheets blotting paper, 75 cts..
2 spools tape, $2 50; $ ream white note paper, $2	
6 quires buff note paper, $1 50; 1 rubber pencil. 60 cento...
3 red and blue pencils, 60 cento; 1 City Directory, $3	
1 ream cold-pressed note paper .M.	
500 cold-pressed envelopes	
1 gold pen and bolder	
250cold pressed envelopes	
1 dozen Faber's drawing pencils	
For 14 quires note paper 	
For printing of abstracts and endorsements-
For ruling paper to order	
Total.
THIRD  QUARTER, 1867.
For 5 tons coal, $38 75 ; 7 cords wood, $77; 1 cord wood, $7 75
For sawing wood ->	
For packing away wood, $2; packing away 5 tons coal, $2	
$1 50
3 25
4 32
16 50
3 00
1
1
8
3
2
10 00
20
87
00
50
25
$4
3
1
25
50
56
81
35
85
$1 50
1 37$
75
37$
50
75
25
41
7 00
12 00
11 00
10 00
2 50
10 50
2 75
50
10
3 60
7 00
5 50
2 50
2 75
1 25
2
70
3
00
1
50
9 37
4 00
Total.
$250 00
9 07
19 501
26 82
1,358 53
$5 00
00
75
11
4
23 50
250 00
13 39
307 571
$18 00
6 00
10 70
260 00
13 91
30 00
54 95;
20
400 76i
123 50]
13 37! NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION. 91
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, &?c.—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
G. J. Johnson & Co
Wm. J. Warren	
Stewart & Booker..
Wash'n & George'n
Ice Co.
H8h J. Johnson & Co
Wm. J. Warren —
JPhilp & Solomons
Blanchard & Mohun
French <fe Richardson
Coyle & Towers...
Ryan & Perry..
Wm. J* Warren
Dickson & King
S. P. Brown & Son.
Wash'n & George'n
Tad   fjO
W. M. Williams....
G. J. Johnson & Co
Wm. J. Warren	
Coyle & Towers.
For office rent 	
For office expenses:
Post office box rent ,
Night work	
I        Oxalic acid, 10 cento; aqua ammonia, 25 cento..
Dray ing of instruments, $2; 1 broom, 60 cents
Postage on letters	
Total
FOURTH QUARTER, 1867.
For 1 cord wood
For ice	
Amount.     Total
For office rent	
For.office expenses:
Post office box rent, $1 50; seat for privy, $3	
•  Gas, $1 40;  putting down office carpet, $2 50;  sawing
wood, &c, $2 25	
Punching paper,$1 50; punch, 87 cento; official postage, $1 20.
For one box steel pens, 75 cento; 4 sticks sealing-wax, 80 cents;
1 quire wrapping paper, 75 cents	
For 1 pint writing fluid, 50 cents; 2 dozen Faber's pencils, $2 50.
For 1 pint writing fluid, 60 cents ; 1 ream note paper, $3 50;
250 envelopes, $1 50 K	
For 1 pint writing fluid, 50 cento; 1 ream note paper, $4; 250
envelopes, $150	
For 250 note envelopes, $1 25; 1 mucilage brush, 35 cents; 1
knife, $3	
For 250 note envelopes, $1 50; 250 letter envelopes, $1 75; 500
envelopes, $3 50	
For 5 quires envelope paper, $2 50; 1 dozen blotting boards, $1.
For 6 rubber penholders, $2 20; 1 quart ink, $1 25; 1 gold pen,$2 50
For 1 ream note paper, $3 50; $ ream buff note paper, $1	
For 3 reams buff note paper, $12; $ ream English note paper,
$4; 2 bottles mucilage, $1 30	
For 2 balls heavy twine, $1, 3 balls small twine, $1 05; 2 bottles Ink, 20 cento	
For 500 letter envelopes, $3; 500 note envelopes. $2 75 ,
For $ ream letter paper, $3 25; $ ream note paper, $ L 75	
For 2 quires wrapping paper, $1 50; 1 quart writing fluid, $1 25;
2 penknives, $4 25	
Total
FIRST QUARTER, 1868.
For i cord wood..
For 1$ cord wood.
For 1$ cord wood.
For 1$ ton coal...
For $ cord wood,
For ice	
For carrying m wood, &c	
For office rent	
For office expenses:
Post office box rent, $1 50; repairing lock, 75 cents ,
Candles, $3 80; sawing wood, &c, $7 15; repairing door,
$1 50	
Tape, needles, pins, silk taste, $2 17; car tickets, $2 45	
For 500 letter envelopes, $4; 2 dozen rubber bands, 30 cents; 2
spools tape, $175	
For $ dozen lead pencils, 50 cents; 2 dozen rubber bands, 30
cento; 5 dozen rubber rings, 10 cento	
For 1 box paper fasteners, 40 cents; 2 quires wrapping paper,
$1 50; 3 dozen rubber bands, 30 cents .11	
For 1 letter clip, $1 25; 250 letter envelopes, $2 25	
Total.
$1 50
1 00
35
2 60
1 07
$4 50
6 15
3 07
2 30
3 00
6 75
3 50
5 95
7 00
$18 00
15 00
2 25
12 45
4 62
2 20
3 50
250 00
6 52
393 39
$10 00
15 60
250 00
13 72
5 30
32 40
19 80
20 00
366 82
$8 25
13 50
33 00
3 75
5 85
30 00
250 00
19 32
12 65
376 32 92
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
Detailed statement of disbursements on account of northwest boundary survey, 8fC—Continued.
To whom paid.
Nature of expenditure.
Hugh Renshaw....
Dickson & King	
Wash'n & George'n
Ice Co.
Martha Williams...
G J. Johnson & Co
Wm. J. Warren....
French &. Richardson
Coyle & Towers..
Dickson & King...
Reyburn Green....
Wash'n &, George'n
Ice Co.
G. J.Johnson & Co
Wm. J. Warren	
SECOND QUARTER, 1868.
For 1 cord wood
For 1 cord wood
For ice	
50
For scrubbing floors, &o...
For office rent	
For post office box rent, $1
and packing wood, $2 06$
For disinfecting powder, $1
35cents; cleaning privy,
For sawing wood, $1 62$;
soap, and matches, $1 09 ,
For car tickets, $1 80; official postage, 51 cents
$1.
linen bagging, 25 cents; sawing
freight on maps to Philadelphia,
shaking carpet, 75 cento; broom,
For 3 bottles mucilage, $1 80; 1 ream linen note paper, $4	
For 2 quires wrapping paper, $1 50; 1 quart ink, $1 50; 2 pints
ink, $2	
Amount.
Total.
THIRD  QUARTER, 1868.
For 8 cords wood, $84 ; 1 cord wood, $8; 5 tons coal, $45	
For cleaning cellar, 50 cents; sawing and packing 9 cords wood
and packing coal, $13 62$	
For ice  .j|L..	
For office rent, $250; water rent. $10	
For post office box rent, $1 50; 1 pair window fasteners, $1 10;
feather duster, $2 75 .3.	
For dusting-brush, $1; stove blacking and brush, 50 cento; putting in window glass, $3 	
For car fares, 70 cento; postage on official letters, 54 cents	
Total.
FOURTH QUARTER, 1868.
Wash'n &, George'n
Ice Co.
G. J. Johnson & Co.
Wm. J. Warren
For ice
Blanchard & Mohun
For office rent 	
For post office box rent, $1 50: sweeping chimneys, $3 50	
For gas, 68 cents; ash barrel. 50 cento; tacks, 25 cento; broom,
25 cento -fc?--  •--&• ♦V»*.i	
For stove pipe and repairs, $1 75; parting in window glass, $3..
For repairing fire-place, $4 50; official postage, $2 33; car fares,
30 cento  ...
Philp & Solomons
French & Richardson
For 500 letter envelopes, $2 50; 1 pencil, 30 cents; 3 quires
wrapping paper, $3	
For $ ream note paper, $2; 1 quart mucilage, $1 50; 2 mucilage
stands, $4	
For 1 ream note paper, $3 ; 1 gross rubber bands, 35 cento	
For 100 large official envelopes, $1 25; 1 bottle pounce, 15 cento-
For 2 red and blue pencils, 40 cento; 1 penknife, $3 50; I quart
writing fluid, $1	
For 1 bottle mucilage, 25 cents; $ ream note paper, $1 25.......
For 1 Morgan's mucilage stand imfiBfi
For 2 quires copying paper, 60 cento; 6 rubber peuholders, $2 25.
For 1 quire wrapping paper, 75 cento; 2 bottles carmine, 50
cento; 1 bottle enkollon, $1 50 |i.	
For 1 quarter team note paper, $2; 1 bottle ink, 25 cents ; 1 bottle enkollon, 25 cento   ...*.i»,
For 1 bottle enkollon, 75 cents; 1 dozen sheets English blotting
board, $1 25
For i ream envelope paper, $2 25; 1 bottle mucilage, $1 50	
For 6 rubber penholders, $:)
For $ ream note paper ....
25; 1 penknife, $3.
Total.
$3 81$
2 35
3 46$
2 31
$5 35
4 50
1 24
$5 00
1 68
3 75
7 13
5 80
7 50
3 35
1 40
4 90
1 50
2 00
2 85
2 75
2 50
2 00
3 75
5 25
1 50
Total.
$9 00
10 00
5 85
6 00'
250 00
11 93
5 80
5 00
303 58
$137 00
14 12
5 93
260 00
11 09 ,,
428 14
$5 93
250 00
17 56
26 451
8 10
12 501
320 54 NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
93
Mr. Campbell to Mr. Seward.
United States Northwestern Boundary Commission,
Washington, D. C, February 3,1869.
Sir : I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the
16th ultimo, asking for information concerning the matters mentioned in
a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 13th January:
That the Secretary of State be directed to communicate to the House the total amount
expended for the northwestern boundary commission, and to give in detail the items of
expenditure, the number and names of the persons employed in such commission, how long
employed, and at what salaries, and the nature and extent of the services performed.
In reply to your letter I have the honor to transmit herewith the following papers:
Financial statement January 1,1869, marked A.
List of persons composing the commission, with rates of salaries, &c,
marked B.
List of assistants employed in running and marking the boundary line,
with statement of pay, &c, marked 0.
List of assistants employed in working up the results of the survey,
with statement of pay, &c, marked D.
Statement of labor employed in running and marking the boundary
line, marked E.
Statement of services of Indians, marked F.
In regard to " the nature and extent of the services performed," nothing
short of the full reports of the chief astronomer and surveyor, and other
officers of the commission, and the detailed maps of the survey of the
boundary line, can give an adequate idea of the subject. It is not supposed, however, that the House of Representatives desires so comprehensive a reply to their inquiry. I shall therefore endeavor as briefly as
possible to furnish the information called for.
On the 11th August, 1856, Congress passed a law, authorizing the
appointment of a commission on the part of the United States, to unite
with a similar commission to be appointed by Great Britain, for the purpose of carrying into effect the first article of the treaty of June 15,1846,
that is, to determine and mark the boundary line between the United
States and British possessions, agreed upon in the treaty, viz :
From the point on the 49th parallel of north latitude, where the boundary laid down in
existing treaties and conventions between the United States and Great Britain terminates,
* * * westward along the said 49th parallel of north latitude,
to the middle of the channel which separates the continent from Vancouver's inland, and
thence southerly, through the middle of the said channel and of Fuca's straits, to the Pacific
ocean.
Toward the close of the year the British government appointed Captain
Prevost, royal navy, commanding steamer Satellite, first commissioner
to determine that part of the line which runs through " the channel which
separates the continent from Vancouver's island," and announced that
he had started on his way to the vicinity of the boundary line, and that
Captain Richards, royal navy, second commissioner, would shortly follow.
Although the powers of the British commission were limited to the
determination of the water-boundary alone, while the act of Congress
authorized, on the part of the United States, the determination of the
boundary from the crest of the Rocky mountains to the Pacific ocean,
the President decided to carry out the law by the appointment of officers
authorized thereby, and to notify the British government of the difference between the powers of the two commissions. In February, 1857,1
was appointed commissioner, Lieutenant John G. Parke, United States 94
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
&k
army, chief astronomer and surveyor, and G. Clinton Gardner, assistant
astronomer and surveyor, on the part of the United States.
Under instructions from the State Department, the United States commission was duly organized and directed to repair to Fuca's straits, via
San Francisco, to meet the British commission. At the close of June, I
met Captain Prevost, the British commissioner, at Esquimau!t harbor, at
the southern end of Vancouver's island, and was informed by him that
until the arrival of Captain Richards, second commissioner, with the
surveying party, he was not prepared to enter upon the determination
of the water boundary. The United States commissioner therefore proceeded to the western terminus of the 49th parallel, on the main land,
and!established a depot and located an observatory, for the commencement of the survey along the 49th parallel, eastward, to the crest of thei
Rocky mountains. The British government not having yet provided a
commissioner for that part of the boundary line, we were obliged to commence the work without its co-operation. Reconnoissances and exploraj
tions in the vicinity of the boundary line were at once commenced, and
continued as long as the season permitted field operations. Before the
spring, four astronomical points on the 49th parallel were determined,!
and the counjiy thoroughly reconuoitered in the vicinity of the parallel,
for a considerable distance eastward.
Towards the close of October, Captain Prevost visited the 49th parallels
and informed me that Captain Richards had not yet arrived, but that, as
he had satisfied himself of the general accuracy of the United States
Coast Survey chart of the channels and islands between the continent
and Vancouver^ island, he should act independently of him.   He there-j
fore proposed that we should at once proceed to the determination of thej
water boundary.    Several meetings of the joint commission accordingly
took place, at whkp the question of tjie boundary channel was verbally
discussed.   The British commissioner claimed Rosario straits, (the channel nearest the continent,) while I claimed the Canal de Haro, (the
channel nearest Vancouver's island) as the boundary channel, intended
by the treaty.   Between these two channels lies the Haro archipelago, a
group of islands, of which San Juan forms a part.
The verbal discussion was followed by a correspondence on the subject,
in which the merits of the question were fully set forth.   Captain Prevost concluded the correspondence by a proposition to compromise the!
difference, by running the boufjdary through an intermediate channel]
which would secure the island of San Juan to Great Britain.   This proposition I declined.
For more full information in regard to the question of the water]
boundary, I would respectfully refer to S. Ex. Doc. No. 29, 2d sessionl
40th Congress.    This document  contains  the  correspondence above)
referrejrto, with a geographical memoir of the islands in dispute, and a
map and cross-sections of the channels.
In conformity with the fifth section of the act organizing the commis- «
sion,, the President (through the Secretary of the Treasury) directed thei
Superintendent of the Coast Survey to place the steamer Active and brigj
Fauntleroy at the disposal of the commissioner, when required. Both \
vessels were accordingly employed for the survey and soundings of the
various channels and islands between the continent and Vancouver's]
island, a portion of the expenses of the Active being paid by the com-|
missiou during the time that vessel was employed on this duty.
After the arrival of the British surveying steamer Plumper, Captain j
Richards co-operated with the United States Coast Survey vessels, and
a thorough and complete survey of all the channels and islands betweeil NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY  COMMISSION.
95
| the continent and Vancouver's island south of the 49th parallel was
[made.
The map above referred to is the result of this joint survey, which
i occupied several seasons.
In the summer of 1858 Colonel J. S. Hawkins, royal engineers,
I appointed by the British government commissioner to determine the
\ boundary line along the 49th parallel, arrived from England with a suit-
I able party organized for field operations. At the time of his arrival the
I excitement arising from the discovery of gold on Frazer river was at its
\ height. This event caused for a time great increase in the price of labor
and supplies, and created considerable embarrassment, delay, and additional expense in the field operations of the season.
A meeting of the joint commission was held for the purpose of agree-
\ ing upon a plan of field operations for the survey of the land boundary.
| The following is a copy of the arrangement made:
After discussing plans for determining and marking the line as far eastward as the Cascade
■ mountains, it was concluded to be inexpedient at the present time, in consequence of the
[ great expense, consumption of time, and the impracticable nature of the country, to mark
the whole boundary by cutting a track through the dense forest.
It was therefore agreed to ascertain points on the line by the determination of astronomical
I points at convenient intervals on or near the boundary, and to mark such astronomical stations,
[ or points fixed on the parallel forming the boundary, by cuttjng a track of not less than 20
I feet in width on each side for the distance of half a mile or more, according to circumstances.
I Further, that the boundary be determined and similarly marked where it crosses streams of
I any size, permanent trails, or any striking natural feature of the country.
In the vicinity of settlements on or near the line, it is deemed advisable to cut the track
I for a greater distance, and to mark it in a manner to be determined hereafter.
The work of running and marking the land boundary was carried on
i through a country previously almost unknown. The 49th parallel extends
i over rugged and precipitous mountains that attain great elevation, and
i in the Cascade range, on and near the boundary, perpetual snow covers
I many of the peaks, whose northern gorges are filled up with immense
i glaciers. The timber on the western slope of the Cascade mountains is
I dense, being a heavy growth of piue and fir, that in many places stands
lover a fallen forest not yet decayed. This is the character of the coun-
I try as far eastward, as the valley of Similkameen river, one of the tribu-
\ taries of the Columbia. Here the timber becomes more open and surveying operations less difficult.
After passing the Okinokane river, which is the lowest line of the
great valley between the Cascade and the Rocky mountains, the country
; again becomes rough and the timber more dense, but less so than the
western slope of the Cascade mountains.
It being impossible to follow the 49th parallel continuously, the line
of survey was carried over the nearest practicable route for a pack trail,
connecting each astronomical station, making a total length of line of
[ survey of about 800 miles. Astronomical stations were established by
I parties of the joint commission at almost every accessible point from
| which the boundary line is ascertained, and marked by a vista across all
I valleys and trails, where rough stone monuments were erected over posts
[ buried in the ground to indicate the exact line.
The reconnaissance work extends over an area of about 30,000 square
I miles.   Within this space the barometrical heights of over 800 points
have been obtained.
A magnetic survey, extending over a range of 3° 20' in latitude and
14° in longitude, with the necessary observations of the magnetic elements
I of the astronomical stations, was also made.
The entire length of the land boundary line is over 9° in longitude,
for about 410 miles, and the length of the route travelled in surveying it 96
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY COMMISSION.
is double that distance.   Trails had to be opened for three-fourths of the
distance travelled, involving great labor in cutting, grading, and bridging to make the route practicable for pack-mule transportation.   The
water-courses were numerous and rapid, rendering the fords frequent
and dangerous; and a slight rise of many of the streams would have
made them impassable but for the timely precaution of building bridges
at small streams and ferry boats at the river crossings.   Many of thej
trails opened are now travelled routes to the mines then and since dis-J
covered, which are rapidly developing that section of the country, where]
almost every valley of any extent affords facilities for agricultural pur-J
suits.
In collating the results of the survey, reports upon the geology, botany,
and natural history of the country reconnoitred were prepared, and complete maps, on a large scale, made of the entire boundary and the adjace™
country. A general map has also been made, showing the extent of the]
country traversed. And to facilitate the survey of the public lands,]
photographic duplicates of the detailed sheets, showing each monument!
on the boundary line, with its geographical position, were furnished to
the General Land Office. Photographic duplicates of the detailed sheet!
of the water boundary have also been made and furnished the Depart!
inept of State in illustration of the question of the boundary channel.
I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL,
Commissioner Northwest Boundary Survey.
Hon. William H. Seward,
Secretary of State,    100
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY   COMMISSION.
M
Statement of thefinances of the Northwest Boundary Commission on the 1st of January, 1869a
1st and 2d appropriations, for $71,000 each .*  f 142,000 00
3d appropriation, for fiscal year ending June 30, 1859  71,000 00
4th appropriation, for fiscal year ending June 30, 1860  150,000 00
5th appropriation, for fiscal year ending June 30, 1861  150,000 00
6th appropriation, for fiscal year ending June 30, 1866  13,250 001
7th appropriation, for fiscal year ending June 30, 1867  13, 110 Ofl-i
8th appropriation, for fiscal year ending June 30, 1868  28,070 00
567,430 00
Expended by the Boundary Commission as per statement above $559,037 26
Requisition of the quartermaster department account of the Boundary Commission- 29 00
Requisition of internal revenue department, part of taxes on salaries, withheld  466 89
    559,533 15|
Balance on hand, deposited with the Treasurer of the United States        5,931 68
deposited with the assistant treasurer United States, New York -. 965 17
 6,896 85
B.—List of persons composing the United States northwest boundary commission, as organized]
by act of Congress approved August 11, 1856, with statement of salaries, fyc.
Name.
Office.
Appointed by-
Date of ap?
• pointment.
Archibald Campbell.   Commissioner )\ The President of the | Feb. 14,1857
t John J. Parke    Chief astronomer and surveyor. £      United States and Feb. 14,1857
confirmed by the
Senate.
G.Clinton Gardner..   Asst. astronomer and surveyor..   The President of the Feb. 28,1857
United State*.
"Wm. J. Warren    S«wiretary to commissioner    The commissioner.. April 9,1857
J John J. Major    Clerk to chief astronomer and    Chief    astronomer March 6,1857
surveyor. and surveyor.
1    m       i
Ci
ITU
IW
c-
"S ^» .
a.-0
■            f»   > ■ ■
>iS
f/M
I          t-H
5
$3,000 ;
3,000
.1,800
*2,000
*1,200
9
~
&*
a
o
O0
a
o
0)
<M
_  c  ^
gi   X
•5*0 »
O
$8 00
8 00
4 00
t John G. Parke received from the commissioner the difference between his pay as chief, astronomer a^
surveyor, and as an officer of the army.
X Resigned December 9, 1864.
* Subsistence while iatjfche fieMfe^
Extract from instructions of the Secretary of State, dated February 25, 1857.
"Your annual compensation will be $3,000; that of the chief astSpomer the same; and
that of the afpistant astronomer $1,800, exclusive of necessary personal expenses and actual
cost of travel. The former of these, according to usage, may be commuted at the following
•rates, viz: For the commissioner and chief astronomer, $8 per diem each; and for the
assistant astronomer^ $4 per diem. You may also, at your discretion, allow to chiefs of
parties and other assistants employed by you, a commutation of their personal expensesnot
exceeding $2 per day. All other assistants and employes will be allowed*at your discretion,
in addition to their pay, their subsistence and actual travelling expenses."  102
NORTHWEST  BOUNDARY   COMMISSION
I).—List of assistants employed in running and marking the northwest boundary Lne between\
the United States and the British Possessions bounding on Washington Territory, itg authorized by the instructions of the Secretary of State dated February 25, 1857, with statrnmnt of
salaries, &?c.
Time employed.
Name.
•O.
upation.
From
Joseph S. Harris...
G. B. R. Kennerly -
Henry Custer	
Francis Herbst	
George Gibbs	
Do	
J. Nevin King	
Do	
R. V. Peabody	
Mar. 27,1857
Mar. 22,1857
Apr. 16,1857
Apr. 16,1857
June 22,1857
Sept. 1,1861
May 21,1857
James Nooney	
Charles T. Gardner.
Francis  Hudson	
Edward Ross	
James M. Alden....
General assistant	
Surgeon and naturalist..
Topographer 	
 do	
Geologist and assistant...
 do	
Quartermaster and com-
misary.
 do    April 6,1859
Guide,   interpreter,   and ' Aug. 1, 1857
assistant.
Computer	
Surveyor	
Computer	
Assistant	
    May
 j May
 I June
    Apr,
Artist    Apr.
1839'
1859 •
1859;
1860 :
1860
To—
►*»
•a
c3
-<->
P.O .
««
©
o
a
©
H)—
cfl
o
tf
p.
Mar. 31,1864
Feb. 6, 1861
June 30, 1864
Mar. 31,1859
July 31, 1861
Apr. 30,1862
Dec. 31,1858
Jan. 1J5,
Jan. 15.
1861
1861
Sept.30,1861
Dec. 31,1861
Mar. 20,1863-
Jan. 22,1801.
Sept. 30,1862
150..
150..
125..
125..
150.. I
150.-|
150..j
150..
150..
125..
125..
125..
100..
^«0v.
R(
marKs.
Subsistence furnished
while in the field.
See extract from in^
structions accompanying statement!!
B.
I
E.—Statement of labor employed in running and marking the northwest boundary line.
Year
3 A
to.
Occn nation.
1857 i
1857 '
1857 1
1857 '.
1858	
1858 !
1858 i
1858 1
1858 i
1859	
1859 !
1859 \
1859	
1859	
1859  I
1859 !
1859 :
1860 j
1860 !
1860 i
1860 i
1860	
1860 !
1860 !
18S1	
1861	
1861	
1861 !
1861 ''
1861 ;
Mos.
17
13 |
6
3
7
5.
7
3
b'
16
8
4
10
3
10
2
6
3
3
50
t
13
8
16
9
o
8
1
6
o
4
3
5-
28
9
Days.
19
25
18
4
o
1
1]
7
13
4
o
1
9
9
;)
9
10
8
5
6
7
7
o
20
$30 00
10
40 00
45 00
17
50 00
5
30 00
26
40 00
}S
45 00
o
50 00
6
60 00
11
30 00
18
40 00
18
45 00
18
50 00
19
60 00
/o5 00
28
75 00
16
100 00
23
40 00
29
45 00
29
50 00
21
60 00
o
75 to)
11
10
24
19
6
re
26
100 00
125 00
40 00
45 00
50 00
60 00
75 00
100 00
Laborers.
Laborers and boatmen.
Cooks and axemen.
Recorders and chain men.
Laborers.
Laborers and boatmen.
Cooks and axemen.
Recorders and chainmen.
Packers.
Laborers.
Laborers and boatmen.
Axemen and cooks;
Recorders and chainmen.
Packers and cooks.
Packer/
Packmasters.
Blacksmiths.
Laborers.
Axemen and cooks.
Recorders, chainmen, packers, and cooks.
Packers and cook.
Head packers.
Blacksmith and packmaster.
Chief packmaster.
Laborers.
Axemen and cooks.
Recorders, chainmen, packers, and cooks.
Packers.
Packmaster.
Blacksmith.
|§j—Statement of services of Indians employed as canoemen, packmen, expressmen, guides, frc]
Years.
1857
1858
1859
1860
1861
Number of days'
Rate of pay. 1
service.
Pet day.
1,016
$1 00
2,754
1 00
3,063
I 00
946
1 00
94
1 00   

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