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1062 INDEX. Muscatine Western Railroad Company, National Bank of Springfield, Missouri, may build a bridge across the Mississippi hereafter to have the name of the First river, near Muscatine, Iowa 46 National Bank of Springfield, Miss Muse, William B., souri 611 payment to, as passed midshipman in the National Banks, navy 702 in the District of Columbia., to be ex- Mulersbauyh, David MZ, amined ... 412 damages awarded to, by commissioners deficiencies in the capital stock of, to be of claims . . . . . . . . . . 695 made up by assessment pro rata upon Mulersbaugh, John B., stockholders, and within what time 603 damages awarded to, by commissioners interest on, &c., to be withheld until, of claims . . . . . 695 &c. .. . 603 Mutual Release, receiver to be appointed, if, &c. . . 603 of all claims for wages, by master and no attachment, injunction, &c., to issue seamen, provisions concerning . . . 267 against, before Hnal judgment in State, effect of .. 267 &c., court .. 603 certified copy ot; to be evidence . . 268 the word "nationa,1 " not to be used by Mons, Christian, certain companies or corporations . . 603 damages awarded to, by commissioners penalty for using such word . . . 603 of claims . . . . . . . . . . 695 plates from which circulation is printed M yers, Jacob, to be examined yearly .. 603 payment to, for live-stock . 715 certain material to be destroyed . . 603 claim of; allowed by commissioners . . 761 National Cemeterzks, Myers, Major W¢'llr`a1:z, superintendents of, to be selected from credit to be allowed to, in settlement of honorably discharged trustworthy dis» accounts . . . . . . 618 ablcd soldiers . 135 Myers, Abraham, their pay, quarters, and fuel . . . 135 claim of, allowed by commissioners . , 743 all honorably discharged soldiers and sailors, who die in a destitute condition, may be buried in . 202 N not affected by act providing for the sale ' and redemption of lands sold for direct Nail, Emanuel, taxes . ._ .. _ 332 claim of] allowed by commissioners . . 744 each grave in, to be marked with a head- Nailoiz, Thomas, stone, and name of soldier, &c., xnclaim oi allowed by commissioners . . 748 scribed thereon _ 345 Nantes, proposals for making, &»o., headstones, pay to consul at, for extraordinary ser- &c. . _ . ._ . 345 vices during the late war in Europe . 123 contracts to lowest responsible bid- Narraga11set¢Pier,• der . _ . , . . · . . 345 lite-saving stations at, to be under whose honombly _ discharged soldiers, sa1lors, Supervision _________ 410 and marines, hereafter dying, may be Nash, Edwin, buried in .. 605 medal granted to, by Congress . . . 638 at Andersonville, Georgia, condemned Nash, Eugene, cannon, &.c., to superintendent of . . 54 medal granted to, by Congress . . . 638 monument to be erected i11,at Salisbury, Nash, William, N. C., in memory of the Union sol- · medal granted to, by Congress . . . 638 diers . . _ . . ._ . 620, 626 Nashville, Tenn., See Nalzonal 5{zlitarq Cemeteries. building to be erected in, for the courts, lllaiional Currency, · post-oflice, custom-house, &c., and not §l1>P1`0P1‘1¤¤<>¤¤ for ¢Xp<>¤S6S of ¤¤¤k1¤g, 348, to exceed what cost . 419, 523 National Currem-y Aer, 512 National Asylum for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, act to amend .. 603 to be hereafter known as the "Natidhal the word "national " not to be used by lrl0me," &c. . 417 certain companies or corporations . . 603 the word " home " substituted for " asy— penalty for using ... 603 lum " in the act of incorporation, plates from which bank circulation is wherever it occurs ... 417 printed to be examined yearly . . . 603 a suit of clothing, &c., given to each in· certain material to be destroyed . . 603 mate 417 Llatiomzl Freedmezfs 1f»l1`qfAssoc[ation, Frederick Smythe, Benjamin F. Butler, condemned clothing, &c., to he furnished and Thomas O. Osborn made man- to, for distribution among destitute agers 417 · aged persons . 11 National Banking Associations. See Banks. use of buildings in Armory Square appropriation for replacing mutilated _ granted to, if, &c. .v _. . 11 bank-notes, and preparing new circu- Alatzmml IIomefor disabled 1 olomeer Soldiers, lating notes 348, 512 Frederick Smythe; Benjamin F. Butler, expense of, to be reimbursed . . . 512 and Thomas O. Osborn made mau- National Bank of Commerce, agers of the . 41.7 at Atlanta, Georgia, the successor to the a suit of clothing, or, &c., given to each First National Bank of Newnan in soldier, who, Src. . . . 417 that State . . 418 Z\`u.ti0mzl l`|I1`lZlm;y Cezucleries, National Bank of Lyons, ilhchigan, appropriations for establishing and mainmay change its location and name . . 40£ taining . . . . . 129, 545