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Tucson, A. T., SaturdayyMaj 1869.
I HE WEEKLY ARIZOXAX
iweclily Journal, devoldl to tlic
ibtercsls of Arizona Territory.
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BOKXEYS;AyD COUNSELORS AT LAW
TUCSON, A. T.
auary 2d 1869-tf
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n. Loiti) w. w. wu.i.iams
LORD & WILLI A 91?,
HAVING just brought on 'from Xuw T.ork
KHOICK STOCK OF MERCHANIMSK,
foll'iin the same very cheap loi cash.
Look at our goods and prices.
if Jan. 1 , iD.
G. II. OUUY.
Attorney a.nd Counselor a Lav
Oilius in Court-house IJuililmg-
Estato of Joaquin Tapia, deceased. -
NOTICE is hereby given bj the undersigned,
administrators of the above named estate, to
the creditors. of and all persons having claims
against said deceased, to exhibit the same with
the necessary vouchers, within one year trom
ttltedato of this notice to L. B. WOOSTER, ai
his store in the town of Tubac, in the county
of Pima, or. to PHILIP ,DKACHMAN at his
afore m ihe tpwn, of Tucson, an. said county
"Date 1. at Tucson, A.IVu : .:
PHILIP. DR A OILMAN ) ;;: " . -m
t.e. - :. Administrators,
. L. B. WOOSTER ), 8w
district Court Notice.'
Arizona, ; i r V
va .. V. " : .
i,, Territorial )
Lerrttory 1 .1'
3u'shford, - -rd
Jhe iiii!f r.-igncd luivlng leased Ilio nln.veSa-
limti. i.- prepared to turn It bis' fi icndi ami
tiiililic with :i "encnil :i-::tjrttneut of Wines:,
ilnrs :mJ Cisra rs.
AUGUST BK1H1 I'A.
Jan .".0, itiCH.
X the District Court for IhoTirst Judicial Di3r
trict,-County- of Pima, and Territory 'of
Territory of Arizona,
John 1!. Allen
'I'm .. J.. ro fYir l.n Tan-ItAr
of Arizona. Coles B
and Charles II. Lord
tori.il Auditor. ... J.
' T (.Vies Jiashfonl ono . of . tho dufendenta'
abo-vo named :
' I'ou are hereby summoned lo -be and appear be
fore the District Court, for the First Judicial Dis
trict, County of Pima, and Territory of Ariiona,
to mis'-er the complaint if Granvillo H Oury,
Attorney Gouenil for said Territory, In an action
for injunction, to enjoin fho. presentation and pay
ment of certain Territorial Bond and Warrants
numbering a3 follows: Territorial Bond?, Xo7
74 75 70 77 78 7'J 50 SI S2 83 84 85 86 8
c-8 80 90 91 92 93 94 95 90 107 108 10
110 III 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120
121 122 12:', 124.125-126 127 128 129 130 131
132 133 134 135 136137 138 130 140 141 142
14 144 145 1 10 147 14S 149 150, and Territorial
U'.-trrnnts numbering 42 51 52 55 105 and 100.
You n:c hereby required to answer the complain
hrein filed w:thin four months from tho publico--
ii'iu hi'iei-f. iiu-1 to servo a cop3? theroof upon fttrfgt: &
i:arn ;le H. "in v. at his oflice in Tuesou. iin lA o
county aiiil Urntory, wituin tUS time above
Iteat practtyjstjlis period for the redemntionf
the Unttea states notes in coin.
.. Speaker of th; House of Representatives
SCHOOLER COLFAX, '
,- Vice-President of the United States and
. .' . ' , ' ,r . 1resident of the Senate.
Approved, March 18, 18C9.
,y U. S. GRANT.
AN ACT .supjilcraonUry to. au act entitled ','Aa
apt to autnoriio tno oxtnnon, conitruciion and
use of a lateral branch of .the Baltimors Jtnd. Po
tbmc railroad into and within tho District of
Columbia," approred February 5, 18C7.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representative! of tho United States of Amer
ica in Congress assembled, that the Baltimore
and Potomac Railroad Company, which, by the
nfct of Congress entitled "An act to authorize
the extension 3 construction, and use of a lateral
branch . of the, Baltimore and Potomac railroad
into and within the District of Columbia," was
aulhorized to extend into and construct within
the" District of .Columbia the lateral brafich of
its road in said act of Congress mentioned, may
enter the city of Washington with their said
railroad and conatruct the same within the
imits of said city on and by whichever ono of
the two routes herein designated the eaid com
pany may elect and deternine upon, thtt is
to say :
Fint. Beginning at the interjection of Boun
dary street and North Carolina aveuup; thence
southwestwardly along said North Carolina avo.
nue to South D street; thence along South D
street westwardly to Virginia avenue; thence
along Virginia avenue northwestwardly to the
ntersection of South g Stre&tand, Veat Ninth
becond. beginning at some point on th
pensation to be paid for tho property to be used;
and that in all cases where the said company
shall appeal and give bond as aforesaid, they
may have tho powor to proceed in the con
struction of the road and appropriation of the
property for the uses thereof, as if no appeal
had been taken and the parties ha 1' iv;rceif.
npon cdmpenaation for the property required
innll cases where the company and parties dzreU
upon the price to be paid for land and mate--rial?,
the same shall be paid Wore the- property
shall be taken and used. '
Sec. 3. And be it futthcr enacted, That'
the said Baltimore and Potomac railroad com
pany and any other party or parties interested,
and who may consider themsolve agriered by
the verdi:t of thejury, shall hare the right to
appeal to Ihe supremo court of the District of-
Columbia, which shall have jurisdiction of all.
such cases, and shall hear and determine the ''
same, after notice to all parties, without the "
intervention of a jury, and the judgement of
the said court-shall be final.
Sec. 4. And he it further enacted, That
this act shall take etfect from the date of its
Approved, Uarch 18, 169.
IOXEKR ni'TCIIUR SHOP.
at the OLD STA.ND on Main Street,
TUCSON, A. T,
i. reauy to sutajl-y sA! customer
J his line With as good beof and .at as
. lOW rates '33 tan hmlnnn .lcnirlinrn
TUCSON, A. T.
:RBIK. ALE arid I'ORTER
Constantly on hand.
A. LEVIN & J. GOLIiTREE.
i 14,1809 11-tf.
E IMP GRANT STORE
IE unteMJgned would respectfully announce
iat they have jusfonened a new jfnnlv nfnn,i.
iconeiUing of b
bOODs, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, ic.
tare nrenared to
, " inuaiii" lui live
Id also announce fn lii i...:
tic upon the Lower S:in P.,,) iui....
ne.torsof a large Asoouie an.l w;'n'ii
from it by actual, settlers fr(o of charge
Kamp Grant, AT., Oet,:.2d
I.oeiffetl. northern shore of the eastern branch of th
aim yoU a"', also notified that if you fail to Pnfr,m,,P rl,r Lu,, crt t, t. ,t Q k
answor ,:.. laint of Mia nliitntiir iv;h,;t. r " v
ij-ur mouiiis ntoresaiu, judgment will bo taken ccui mcutu eauvaruiy oeiween aaia aireet
inci. . wti in uuiuuji. uuuuui icuiiuii uixuu u luu m inn tnrrjurtrtAn nf ' .i . n an;u
u t tor ihe relief demanded in :nd coirplaint. 1 0 ., T , , , ,r , A A ,
t;iVen under my hand and the ouuw " . " iyfeinn ,ttM"i lDeilce
. L. S l-veal of said. District Court, at "ilong iaid' Virginia avenue northwestwardly to
I ) lucson.this 14th day of Jun'uary, j bdbth K Street: thence along said South K
.OSCAR BUCK A LEW,
fASSED AT THE
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TE$RJj ST. TITCsnv a
wd evev;: :wat m,
-w -rr ha V5 1 w ipv to n n r u r
J98I Sr.. J
J:m. 1st, V.9
M,t- HODGES, . '
1 " K 1S T..
1 ,1 S IV 1 fi
" on Hand i
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ura"U ot L mnfJ ...i n- 0 u
Is!. G5' 1 'gfirs.
stree westwardly toSouth Fourth street; theuce
by a line curving to the right, to the north bank
of tho canal; and thence along the said bank
of the canal northwestwardly to Virginia ave
nue; thence along Virginia avenue northwegt-
wardly to the interjection of South C and West
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That in
all cases where the partias owning land orother
I property required by ihe said Baltimore and
Potomac Railroad Company cannot agree with
said company on tho amount of damage claim-
Led, either for said land or materials in the
construction of its aforesaid road , end a con-
FIRST SESSION OF THE demn&ta and valuation shall have been made
rATjmv. nT-nom nxTt-n-r, as Proledin tho act approved February five,
A U-Lli J-XOX KjKJIS IX.KJ1IDO. eighteen hundred and Hirtv Havfin. and inwhinh
this act is amendatorv. either party mar anneal
AX ACT to strengthen the public credit. to the supreme court of the District of Columbia
lie-it enacted by the Senate and House of within thirty days from the rendition of the
Representatives of the United States of Amer- verdict of the jury and in all cases where the
ica in Congress assembled , That in order to ad company shall take an appeal they shall
remove any doubt as to the purpose of the bond to the party or parties claiming and
government to disehargo all just o"bligations to entitled to damagesjn a penalty at least double
the public creditors, and to settle conflicting the sum found by the jury, with a condition
questions and interpretations of the laws by that the said company shall payor caiue to
virtue of which such obligations have been he paid such amount of damages and costs as
contracted, it is hereby provided and declared the party may be entitled to receive on the
that tho faith of the United States is solemnly judgment of the said supreme court, without
pledged to tho payment in coin or its equiva- delay, and on which bond ample and sufficient
lent of all the obligations of the United States sureties shall be given, to be approved by the
not bearing interest, known a3 United States supreme court; andin all cases where the party
nptes, and of all the interest-bearing dbjia' or parties claimant shall appeal, the said com-
tibns ol the United States, except in case3 pany, if it shall require the immediate use of
wkere-the'law authorizing the issue of anv such the property condemned and valued as afore-
"obligation lias expressly provided that the same J said,before an appeal jjan be heard and decided,
may Dp rniu,in lawiui money qr other cur- H snail be lawful torthe said company to ex
rencj thangol.d.nnd silver,,. .But. non.s i pi said ecute and tender a bond to tho party aforesaid
interesUbenring . obligations not already due 'Q at least double the sum found by the jury,
shall'DP. redeemed or paid before; maturitv un- with sureties to be approveu by the wupreme
I lesi at such time United States 'notes shl be court, and with a condition to pay wilhout de-
couvertible into coin at the option of the holder, il7 such aum and costsasmay ba awarded by
i.r iii.le'i at such tiuiei ' bonds of'tlie United ' the said court without further delay ; and upon
S'ntes beariiiga l;w;er r.ate of interest th'aii the 'the delivery or tender of such boud the said
bin Is to be redeemed, can be sold' at par in company bay proceed to' the" construction of
coin. And the United States also solemnly their aaTd roada as if the parties ciai'mant kn
pledges its faith to make provision at he ear- the said company had agreed upon the com
A RESOLUTION authorizing tho rmral,of th
public stables, steam saw-mill, and othor builifink;
from tho Capitol grounds.
Iteiohed by the Ssnate nnd Housf of Re
presentatives of tho United Sta'es of America
in Congress assembled, That the officer in
charge of tho Capitol extension be, an I. he fa
hereby, authorized to clear from the Capitoi
grounds the public stables, steam saw-mill,
and such other buildings as arc of no futher uaot."
to ihe work on the Capttel extension, :
Approved, Alarch 23, 1869.
JOINT RESOLUTION to fnpply an o-niajum -V
the enrolment of tho "act making u f-pmprialiot.. .
for sundry oifil e.xpaniet of tl.o pit-rrniiiem for
the yuar ending Jane thirtieth, eilitou huniixtnl '
and seventy, and for -other purpoiei," npprorrjl'i
March third, eighteon hundred and sixty -nine.
Be it Resolved by tho Senate nnd,IIouiu,(4
Representatives of the United State of Ameri
ca in Congress assembled, That the following
tem, omitted in the enrolment of the "act mak
ng appropriations for sundry civil expenses of
the government for the year ending June thir
tieth, eighteen hugdred and seventy, and for
other purposes," approved March third, eighteen
hundred and Bixty-nlne, be, and the same is
hereby, made to all intents and purposus
part of said act, viz:
"For this amount to pay B. A. Shepherd the
sum due him on a lost check drawn by Robert
Neighbours, United State3 special Iudin
agent, on the second of June, eighteen hundred
and fifty-nine, on tho assistant treasurer of the
United States at New York city, for supplier .
furnished the Indian department, twelve hun
ApproTed, March 24, 1869.
L RESOLUTION relative to consular fees.
Resolved by tho Senate and House of Re
presentatives of tho United States of Amenta"
in Congress assembled. That section three of
chapter two hundred and thirty-three of tho
public acts of the thirty-ninth Coi(gre3i, ap
proved July twenty-five, eighteen hundred and
sixty-sir, be, and iB hereby,- decliired to tako
effect from and after January fira eighteen
hundred and sixty-seven And all fees which
havo been paid into the treasury in obedience
to tho prorision of said section, and which ac
crued prior to said first day of January, eighteon
hundred and sixty-aeven shall be retail led out ,
of "consular receipts,"
Approved, March 26, 1869- "
A RESOLUTION in relation to a'dlfcht-houie on
the coast ot:Oregon. - - : , : i , . .
Resolved' by the Senate and House of Repre
sentatives of the United States ofAmericain
Congress assembled, That the erection of the
ght house at Aquinna bay, and of other light-
ousei on the coast of Oregon; for which ap
propriations have been or may.jie made, shall
not be delayed tlr want, of the consent oOjio
Itgislature of the State to the purh tse of .tho
site or sites for tuch light-houses.
Approved, March 26, 1869.