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SANTA PE WEEKLY GAZETTE
'INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS, NEUTRAL IN NOTHING
Volume "VI.
SANTA FE, HUSW MEXICO, NOVEMBER 10, 18G4.
Number 23
1
Santo t Wluú tih:lt,
ITBUfcHlvD EVERY 8ATWIUY MUEN'INU AT
I AH TA FE, NEW MEXICO.
JAMES L. COLLINS,
It D I T 0 It AND f It 0 T It ! K T i) ft ,
Tims or Scbscriition :
Payable In adran witheut txcaptlon.
a iopT, on yew, $S,00
" " lit montbi, .... i,co
" " tbr " 1,50
Turn or Adtiktiiiko :
Om aqiari, flrit imertion,
lack anbaaquant iniertliiD,
LOO
- 78
Tan lloai, ar leu, being a qiure.
Adrartliementi la both lauguagai douhla thr
abova ratoi.
Yaarlr ailrartiaamanta Inaarttd on liberal tcrmi.
JOB WORK
ána with dupatch, and In tbnlatnitityliof thp art.
a, i'ayment rnjolrwl fir ill JbWutk oixlplimy.
AGUSTIN M. HUNT,
Kational fcbool for Iba SoMier $1 t,Q
M idibipman I.ij Capt,. Harratt, .
Tiia Pitachar " "
Pbantomtblp " "
Faina of many tilai " "
VtvalOOIetr " "
Tatar flwipla "
Percltal Kaana "
KarlauQti;, by Holmaa,
Oipid InflhnuMarllrapi
OrltodorlTi ntw mathod to lpira Sritnuh,
Ipaniih and Rtitib Dictionary,
liwlinion'i llaradotita, 4 tola ...
..W
...$3
,..
,..i'J
-.11
.. t, AO
.. i
. $15
Da Hart'i Uililarr Lw,
Cooliy'i Pranitil IWcaipla
Mftof KipMao, by t AMarha i
Poralrn Toarnf Brown, Joiifi ind Rjbininn,
fina Arta, lllmlratad,
Mtrih'i Court of Hook-Hapini
Orclnpadiaof i-lirunitt-iff
Xiliniial Ahumar, 1HM,
Ifutarbaapft'i Mncyi itpediaof iVkirig, etc., U
toin'i Spwnhin.1 riuli1j Dictionary $10
illlion'a llutotjf of Kurüpc. tit UouM
Lord i nritarflild'a I.atttra lu bin mi, (Span-
lih) u
PiIWh'i Itniory of thr tnlifl Btalai, ......
m Waihlnilun lrrinir'i Completa Work, 23
Ml I'0
Caipntar'iIliinanliyan)loijf - - M
Arabian Niabti gntertainuictiti with m
hwiitrod eiigravlngi,
Irtimui Ward hi bouk, - 3
Ailtamurii ofVarilwu Ur-it'n, 1
Ftculiar, hy Cpa Sarnraiit,
The Orpbem C. Km P-ipari,
Rad Tipa amlPmeon-Uuli1 Hi-nerali, M
WtfBiau'Tbi)Uliti ah'jut Wdiiipq, - $2
Ufa and Advtniurfi or Pm;t? Mi Ids O'RpiIJ,
Poctor Anlnnln, by Riifflna, $S
lltphant flub, by Duf iticka, 'J
llao'iWWM.byThackcry, 3
Kiui'iOwd, by Maryatt.
A Rook about Docturi, 3
MillMulolli; AThouiau'lPleuiut llungi, 1
Iparrow-graai Papara, - $3
Out of nil Head, by Allrick, ft
Vtwtoii Pitntrr, by Maryalt,
Tt1lnwpluhPapra. by Tliaekeray, - - . $3
In the Troplei, by Kimball, 13
Rinan'a "Ufa of Jeau," 2
Biatrlci Clncl, W
lalnlLeier, by Kimball, 15
Port Lafayaita : a tala of Lovp and SecPMlun, 13
Jiptitt In icarcta ot a Pathpr, by Jf.uy.it,
Hat cánula Lottar Wrilcr, by nupraon,
Talai from the Opfraa,
ThflArtofCoiiifrinlioti,
ItaMti of OooJ Sotlety,
TheSaa, byMickelt,
RutrleilR.
SiitberlawU, -
Uinti to Riflemen, by Clatelnni, -
Wabb'i Kreamiaon'a Monllor, - - -
lift.
H
M
a
,60
LlWII B H10WN,
3T York,
(HARLEI 1)1 Umi.1,
St. LouLi.
CLOTHING.
Ruccetson to
WILLLIAM P. ENDERS & Co
rtíanaf itturfts,
and
. Wholesale Dealers in
CLOTHING,
62, Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.
á Ivie ad fullxtf.ort.a toe, uiliblpforBiillfn
jadTfiilHimrn, con.t.ntly ki-pt on hind i.U ncrl
ftr i,l. on ti. noil H,r,l t rmt.
'" ! MASUFAVTORV:
tEWIS B. BROWN & Co.
,0'a, Barclay ., Slew lorlt.
l.kM Mi rtmllf itftntM bot. lor mill
.lujr Í lrili,i . n1'
L Vitwtukmi,t,o"v-?a
ahtrtisrnitnis.
STETTAUER & BKO.,
Jublcr
Fancy
and
Staple
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Boots, U
Shoes,
Hats,
and Caps.
No. 17, Dolaware street. No. 17
South s'uU, irtiecen fan and S:ciL
Lcuvi'iiHOidi, KiuiKiis
1864. HAEDWAEE. 1864.
KICIIARDS1CJIAMBEHLDÍ,
Deak'rs in
HAEDWAEE
and Iron,
Plows, Hoes, Spados, Sheep
Shears, Pad-Locks, Sad
Irons, Frying-Pans
&c. &c.
Thf sttnntlnn nf Ibi tmdft to our comiilete Stúci ií
Bulinlnl Call ant ihv ui.
Itl( II AIIUN & ( Ili.MIH IlI.IY,
Ko.S!), Delaware Slrcct,
Leavenworth, Kansas.
BRACE & BAKER.
WL-ilasnl VaWifB American anJ Kori'i(ii
HARDWARE
OF I'.VKilY l'!''S( IHITluN.
I'luwii.Mi.winK Kí-'.m, V Uní n. t'ltl
-pwinliv .Ujil'il tu tliu lrinlai New i-iilifu,
iti.Hlf uu IwliJ.
No. 31 Dclawaro Stroot,
lioUvuim ficcunJ ami Tli'ud Street,
MÍAVKNWOltrtl, KAN.-A-í.
n V .t y
SPIEGELBERG BROS.
SANTA l'í; N. M.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE
AND
KETAIL DEALERS
IN
MEKCHAXUISB,
Kp"p rinnauntly "ii Hnrirl n hr ni irtmpiil f Pimple
Kaitry uiul Pry i,tnU, f Iwtliiiai, Hule, Ui"l ftB'i Sluwa,
UriH-priPii l,ii)ijnM llari1wre,tiiiopiiiiwara, Ac,
o4U 1 y
W1LS0X& HASTINGS,.
Wholwilv anil IMiil n.'U'r III Tmlgn anil nomcillo
HARDWARE,
IRON, STEEL,
Nih, Circular Saws,
Corn Mills,Plows,Cultivators,
GUM PACKING, BELTING, &.C.
A guitaUlo Block for Ih.Nuw Utiican Tr.U.
no. a ria.uv.Min sr. i.EAvi:sn'oiun kava
Tito h.r. KtMt of &.MU1 )
Nil. al. I)'.
SANTA FE HOTEL.
Soutli-wost corner of tlio Tlnza.
Tlio nrnnrlnlor H prril lo mTommml iln llio .nli
llo In the host nniioiT. Ilia nMHinaro ,ilir.ted lo tlio
vc.mmo.lill"n of Irunnl.'iu ,.-1 rrman. nt tioaruYr.
and liln Ul.lili fnrnlnliwl tli tlie host lint cm 1'
olAnltW In th, m;irkot.
0F.O. IllTIl, rroprlotor.
n 31 r
C. R. M0REIIEAÜ & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
ConuiiUfiion UtrchanU,
Nos. 35 and 38. Levee,
LEAVENWORTH CITY, KANSAS.
iliinrrtiarntrnts.
m.orr.MX;! iti oriMx; ! !
Tl
IK Htnlfiilmiftl luvlii(i jutl rrn'ivt'd a l.irtir
BMortmt'iU .if IMt'nillHl ;,im! I(HIK-11' KAt Y
1 srAI',K in; Y (HKi.'iS. I.UiH'KUl. llAKllU A'ISK.
yi I KVSWAIíl-', l'l.üTIIIMl. HATS ti TAIS. IümiIS u,
SIMKV, l.lül'ulK I'll-., etc , will leopi'ii tli.'ir slurp in
Santa KA, "ii TtiPKdjy, Hip Hlh inst , in i Ii coiilli
r.iumi if Habprii minTK'a nt-w munimtf .rin
t l nrinT ni 'bp I l.ir i. Ib''ir üihhi, -ri pur-
Hi l"W raten, tn.tti In V tn ami Nfw V.-rk
t'lty, Hii'l will bp mid ut wIiuIpsuIp uml ri'luil ut Itbrr
al pi lt p.
ilit'y no p n rri'Pivp n niiptui nn.iri" hi )iJirnriMi.'p
mn! will bp plPBHttl lii ri'iH-w ljiiHintsi rt);M itii4 wnb
Itinr lornicr inli'Mitm 1'nihimprn nlil, .nuhn'W, will
t nil tutu' recvlvi' )t tu L ami siUifitd'loiy ttllcii'
(ion.
A, X U, ZM.h.hMMJHI',
nS ! y
NOTICE.
rl IV. firm tiprtofurp f xistiimun l pr trrn muir and
ilvh1 of "prenA: Tu., coirijiiii'til nfJiiM1 I.. I'm-u,
S'.uai n lii'lizitli'n nuil hot tp Hp km In, b i.h he en 'll
nulviil by ULutii.il coimont ty Hie wittnlr.iwal nf Mr.
till) ImlUillP, Hlhl WPtlllVi'IISiii l.il,'iHv1HIH Mr.
lit M. tVrPa, iimlpr Hip iihtih' ami lyle f IVnn
ax hrn'tofuri. whirti ik aiiihonxfl to runiliu't mul
irniiiKp all bU'iiii'Ks a well of Hip uhl in uf Hip uvw
Uim.
ft a M'liatT imr thank to mr itld ciiiinrr f ir
thi'ir liüpml piitintiaiíi', hikI lmip, by a Mm. ! aiN'n
tuiH tu Liusiuvcit, lo'ri'L't'lvu ü cifiiiniiiiitl.'ii uf Hip
sain p.
1'hlMiA 1 f0,
y.iat.M'í, July IB, HOI,
Ii G (i in
maiimkiisi.au;ii uiioriiHi., isi.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.,
Wholosalo and Eotail Dealors
Itl'. lDY ,M .IDE t I.OTlllMJ.
rnl'.EKIV A'll IIOMK-TIC IIRY i:oilif,
líate and Caps,
Bouts, Shoes, Trunks & Vuilsii.
IIAMMKltSl,AUi;iI liinrniiiiis,
KíCp every llilns In tbt ir lino iiutabln fur Ilia
NEW MEXICAN TRADE.
IIAMMr.ItSLAn.iH MiOTIIKUS,
rt'illli.ivcHi('
a.-itiMSi.
fDimrig .iMiim Hip Uwv amleil
vk in Iv tin via CilJ or Lpivuiu'ltIIi.
IlAMMKItSI.AUOH lmoTIIKlLS,
Aro Jet prin i iii'il tu mnkp il to your Intcrcat tu sivr
Hk'iii yunr Mir 'HitRp.
I1AMMKKSLAIKÜÍ iJItOTHEUS,"-.
tt'oill.l S.iy lli.tt they arP "i 'i'l-illy pr.'inr.tl lu iH f
every nusMble r ili-f,nnli m I Hie
NEW MEXICAN I ü A D E .
IIAMMKRSLAUiill lillOTIIKHS,
tliv.ltf'il f ir . 'si f ti- T.- .mil o
11 in Mi.-ir ii.-w.i ..moltnlh.-r
lli.i.c wli.iwill sHMlnil thfi
'. If
NOTICE.
. HRU 1, I my antbr-rli-
I AiPHt1onill"el
C. S. HIM K1.EY-
Sim':i 1'A, if-. IT, lsCl.
DlHHolution of Partucr-Jiip.
rir IH ii:ii (n r.-liii Ii Tpi.i:'tp cvlnfn: b-iwc-'i' .' lui
1 Kll jii'M'birl.t
iMi'kcr, i.i.'l
:. t -,
'
I tin- ture J. Ni'iHn
- r tu
im In !
! it 1 1 1 i i tu"il 11 iii Hi"
il Hip III III Ik'I'p-
I I 1 1 1- .it III.'
afL.T i
linn.
' i jit Hi Ui J ai
,DI lol.ll-
nniii.i;-,(i. r.ti'.Kr.K.
okm:k or m iixh atiov.
To tie' Airll l'i nn ls'i;t.f itip l'int"H Slut -a Mtw
f'niirl lur tlie C 'iiiitv "r Mem In Hi-La ,I1'Ik:IhI l'n
tri.it, li'i'riiiirv "f "W Mukiun,
Kl.l.AUCnt !i IlKIU )
f. J Hill iiiC'iatii-i'rv fur l'ivene.
WILLIAM M. lli.Tll. )
In itMitoi p nl' an "r-ler "f lln Mi.l I'l'trlct i'nrt.
null' ni lb-A'iL,'itn 'IVnn Hup" Wy! tlr
Wil;liin Mi IMli, I" I en-Inn t ui tins i-inue ar.) hcM-i.)
n.itlllisl, ihitt ii Ml! in l'li.i rv Ii.m ti.-en illeil .n-nnmi
jen by yi.ur wile, tin- xitei h iiil lii Mi ll-'lli, m ll.p
ml iMli-irir-'Mi t. ler tin- sii-l H "inly "1 Me-;i. my
inn nmenir i M tier Hiiiil'S tint Hie IminH or tii.itruiieny
I'XiiliiiC ln'twiuU nmili.l lief by tki:iL-e oi'tiil emit
i .n.iiivci.
N w lli'Trferp ynn nrp IhtpIiv n aiflp I ( I' nn-l att
H'ur ul llni next It rtn ol Hi" muI lnlnrl l oiirl to bp
iirim .iinl Ii. M in tin' ('.ma llnii.'piii He' tun ii el Mera,
in lb-' Mi-I ( miiitv f Mera nn Hi'-llrl W..H Iny rn-r
1 1 1,, li.nrih M -li lny "1 Mun-b A. Il.lWi, niel .l :ul :ui
svt'pr nr tletinir to Hip ninltern .in 1 lliim'" niiUim."! in
sni-lltill, or Hip s'liim will Ik- tuio'ii liy tli i'.-irt in
t-iiU-.sM(i by j'uii imla ilii'ri'p rai'li'ii'il aid'Hliiirfty
UllT'ltl.
Wiltipus Hip fien. KIHHV IIKN'l'.IUtT, fhW
In, tin-f llipSii.ri'iiiaL'ii'irt nf hiHTit
rlt'"'V muí .lii.Uiii f Hip lint .Mlnnl lll
' tripl'llinnsif. titil Hip h.mI nf r.l-l I'mirl nl
Ninu Yu tlilfc Winl .lay el -(.triniior A I).
LHU. 1(
Pl.. Kl.l.KiS'.
I'lprk ofi-nlil Court
1. mt c, in.it Uy.,
illiilur ltr ( i nn i' I tv intuit.
No. 10 : Ot.
HOT SPRINGS,
Las Vogas, Now Moxico.
IV. O. I. Wieirtwortli, listina taki'n pnpil.iti of
tlni Us yi'Hiis lint 1 1 r t ti s , mil ill t til Hum iti in Hrt
r.ito Hiyli. u new ipiirs l.i Hii'ii!itiiuil:iti' it l,n):i
iitniltiiT nf Tlsltnii. 'I tie wenilcrftil Pllis-t nf IIiphi'
.iiiiln( ID i'ii r i mi fyiiliilitic ami kn!it-l tllPiisii,
Si retnb, i'liliini'iniii i1isimps, lün'iitn.iiisin, rtc., vli,
i (no wtll kin-w ii in ttiin I'fiiitory to iipisI iicriin
limiliiTP. llmsp wlio di'Nittj iL mil icm'Ivp uiptln Nl
trp.itini'iit. I'lfiiKiirn mfki'i ivill IIikI tin nn cIp
Wanl pliifi of rasnrt. Hip oiuriunnliitB niouiiinin
mul KtrPHini fimii'lt plenty of .niie ami itiuiintuiii
.irmit, Hip l ibit' will Itt .iyb bp hiiiiiusl Willi th
lPt Hie inriiki't airef.lH.
. H. WiMUlWHItTH, M. D.
n 4-1 if
SPRING, 1864.
Z.STAAB & BROTHER,
(in James L.Juhu.ivn's Untitling)
llnvln, mid. oilon.lvp prot'omtion. f..r thr pri
.nl NOa.i.il'i. l.il.llii'HK, now olli r Ht ivIioIi'daIo hii.1
rolull tlt.'ir I uruo .took of try i.i.o.In, I l.itltinK, Han,
lkiol. and shoo.. Hi.r.tw,ir., I.rn. pfio., ot. .. olr., .1!
of wtiuh will bo foiin.1 wol intoned, cnrwfull). lolvc
tpd, uid comtilolo, ul tlio lowoit nili'i.
Z .IT.UIU 11110.
JllT
OFFICIAL.
LAWS UF THE UNITED STATES.
PitRBOil at thu First Session of the Thirty
eight CongrcfM
Atltlitiunnl ArticUs to tho Gunnrul Con
ventiun of Krii'inlship, CiMimH,rt,i,) itiul
Naviittitin ln'twoi'ii tho I nit- tl States
nnJ lionmiirk, of April 2fi, lH'2't. I'on
oludt'tl At Wasliinton, July 11,1.1;
Katitientiuii exoliunil, Si'jitombur IS,
1801. PriK'liiiim'd hy tho l'msiJoiit of
the United States, S'cptombcr 20, 1SG1.
UY THK Itl'KSlDKNT OV TUK l'MTKP STATES OF
AMKKK'A.
A mOCLAMATlOX.
Wiieri.i? ndiiitional iirticli'H to the Oen
irnl Convi'iitiint of Frii'iHlshin, t'onimnrci,
muí Naviiiratiui) hotwi-en the United Stntcn
and Denntark, of the 2oth of April,
were oiineluded und híih-i! by thii respee
tivo I'lenipiKentiarieH of the piutiei tit,
H'lirdiiiitun, on tho eleventh day nF July
hiKt, whieli udditional artiel-'H,' hcin in
the English and French laiiu.i's, ure
word for word an folluws;
ADDITIONAL AKTICI.ES,
To tin? (ieivral Convi'iition of Friend-1
ship, t'dinntere" and Navigation, e-iiu'lud-ed
at WiHhiiiL'ton on the twviuy-sixlli d iv :
of April. I l'i, Ii 'tween the I'mti d Star 's 1
nf Auiwiea and llis Majesty tho hn of
l)i'Hin:u'k.
The United Stativ. nf Ann-riea and His
MajeMty the Kin;,' of Denin.irlv, wi.hin to !
favor their mutual eomni'Tey by oll'ordin, I
hi tlieir portM, ewry ii-'eeswary ast-Hiniifi!
to their ri"pei:tivo viKitdii, t!i.' undersign
ed Plenipotentiaries, b.'iiii iluly enipowi'r
ud for that purpose, have a rn ed ution the
lolluwin tt'liliuniiiii anieles to uu in nenii i
lonyention ot r nemistnp, oinmerr,; titni ,
Navijruiinii, coneltideil ut Wa.liiniou on i
tl.elwntysixtri.layol .April,
tweetith.jfontrautnt'iptrtie,).
ATViri.R i, I
in ., , , , I
uiisuU uml Umwit) A-'tHs,
nn. i it ii in: him i iiu ui Mti it hi tin ;ih finrrM j
muí ni mu iiiui a in sui'ii iiiiicri'iifi't as mm
mrixe, fit lit r at sea or in ji or!, hi ;w n ih-1 .
e.iptain, düieers niid eriv il r'i '
belon:!:iii,!.r to tlie nation who- im- fl'ir"
oonnniitt d to th.-ir cli.tiv--, p w ; i a' i iy in .
vefereiiee to the ailiuMiu 'ill ni' w i r ni i
til- cxoeiitiiiri of unlit rae t-. wi'lrm'. ih u
teiTerenee of the local aitilioritii , unl s ,
the conduct of the- crew and tll't nÜieei', .i (
of tho captains, should dinurb the old
or trtnii(iiillity of tho cnimtrv. i
It i" howevi-r iiiid"rtofiil h it thi-i sn-.
ei.'-i ol'jiiiliio ni or urhiiratitin h::ll not
d irie tii - ctuteii'linif parlies of tb'riiilit
ill- y h ive tu r1 ;t nn to -ir r--t ti in to the
juilicial iuuhoiity of their eouinry.
Aiinn.iv it. '
I Til" I'
' e.tlsilln mi I l .i
1.
Vi
I 1
I I
iinpr. !;.'. i ..
slllpa of Wli" '
eountiy. l'':'i
ply to th" con
,UH j urpr
-t.-iii m
ollicers, i, nd rdi.iil in writing ilein:ind
deserters, jirovinií I y th'1 exliibition of tli1'
rei;isteiM nl thd ve-aeN, the rolls of the
crews, or by oth-T olüuial doeiiinent-i, or,
if the vessel shall have departed, by copy
of siiid doeimieii's duly eertitied by them,
that siieli individuals form part id' the
erew; and on thii reclamation beini; thus
snhsiaiiliateil, the sunviiiler .h,tl nut he
refused, unleis tho re be Millieieiit prih.f nf
the nad persons, bein citizens or subjects
of the ttiiiintrv wh"i'u iheir surrender Is d;1
inandcd. Such deserters, when arresh d,
slmll be placed ut the disposal nf .said Uon
suls-tieiieral, í'onsuN, Viee-t'onsuN nr
Commercial Agents, and mny h coiilne I
in the puWio nrinoiii at tlio reuuest iiml
cost of I hose who shall claim ihem. in or-
ler to be tletiiiued until th-j time wlfii
they hall bn restored to tho vesseln to j tli'n! le- oa the "'lie hand, and tlio llud
which they beloneil, or sent buck to their j sou's lUy and Pujvt's Sound Airrieultuntl
owii country hy a vessel ul' tlio name na Companies on the other, with respect to
tiou, or anv other vesyl whntsoever. P.ut j the possc-snry riyhts and rlainis nf those
if not sent hack within three months from companb s, and of any oth.r llritish nub
thn day of their arrest, they shall beset ut ! jeetfl in Oirjrnn mid Washington Territory,
liberty, and shall not he aiiaiii arrested for I'should be nettled hy tho traiisl'i r of tli'w
the sanie cause.
llowevnr, if the deserter should be r.iuiu!
to have committed any crime or olfenee,
his surrender muy bo delayed until tlie
tribunal before which his case shall bo de
penilinn shall have pronounced its sent
ence, and such sentelleu shall havo been
nrried into ell'eet.
The present additional articles shall
have the same forco and value as if they
were inserted, word for word, ill the con
vention signed at Washington on the twen-ty-sixih
day uf April, one thoinand eiht
hundred and twentv-su, and bein ap
proved mul r.itife d ííy the l'resid. nt of the
Initial States, by and with the inlvice noil
onsent ot the Senate tliereot, and bv His
Majesty the Kin;; of lleninark. the ruii-!l
fictitious shall bo exchanged ut Washington
within six months l'rom tho date hereof, or
snuncr, if possible,
In Iniih whereof, we, the iinilersiueil,
in virtue of our respective full powers,
have signed the present additional articles,
nml have thereto ullixed our seals.
lloiio in triplicate at the eitv of Wash
ington, on tho eleventh day of Jnlv, in the
year of our l.onl one thousand ciglit hun
dred and sixtv-one.
WIU.IAM II. SKWAKI). u s.l
W. It. HAASI.Ul'f. i,. s.
And whereas the said nilditiuual ail!-
oles have ticen iluly rutilicil onimtli p
and tho respective ratifications of the same i Italv, whom the two hiirh eontraetinir par
wero exohunjicd in thn city nf Washington, ! ties shall invito to make such appointment,
on the eighteenth instant, hy William II. j and whose select ion shall bo conclusivo on
Sewiird, Becretnrv "f State of the I'uiteil tli parties. The person so to ho ehnson
States, nnd W. It! Uan.!!' Chariré d' At- ' shall, before proceedinj to act, make ami
taires ot' His .Majesty the Kinti nl lleninark j subscribe, a solemn declaration, in a form
in tho l'liited Slates, on the part ot their i similar to that which shall already ttnvn
respective governments: been mudo and subscribed by the coin-
Now. th"l'cfore, be il known llit I Abra-1 missiuuers, which ileelaratiou shall also ho
ham Lincoln. 1'resiibait or th- t'trkd ! entered on tho rerord of the proceedings.
States ot America, have caused tint oa 'I M thoevent of til death, absence, or in
additional articles tobe mudo publie, lolcupaeiiv ofsueh person, or of his ouiUtiug,
the end that lit. same and every clause ' or declining or ceasing to net ul such iff-
mid article thereof mav he observed nnd !
full'illed with (rood failh by the United
Stiiii'S mid tho citueiM tlutreof.
In witness whereof I hnvo hereunto (l it
my hand, nnd eaned the seal of the United
States to bn nffixed.
Dono in tho city of Washington iIiír
twentieth day of Seiteinljer, in
the year of our Lord one thousand
r.. eiht hundred and sixty-one, and
of thi'Indepeiidi iieoof the United
Stutt'8 the eiirhtv-xixth.
AMKAHAM LINUULX.
Ily tho President,
William H. Skward,
Secretary of State.
Treaty for tho final Settlement nf the
Claims of tin lliidHon's Hay mid Pujet'i
Sound Agricultural Uompaniei hetweeu
the United StateH of Anierieii and Ibt
ltrilunuie MajeNtyj eiuielmled July 1,
!HIm; ratili-ii by the United Stat",
Mureh 1M4; vatitieations exelianceii
Mareh , ISi'd: proelaim-il by tlio Pro
Niih'iit. of the Uuitril St:it"s, Miri;li Ó,
isr.4,
iiv Tin: HirMhitvr or tiii; imti,d M trrsor
AM K 1114 A I
A PKOULAMATIOX.
AViiruris u treaty h-twe- n the Unitnl
Si l1 n nf Aiii -ri.."i i;nd hi'i' lirii.tiiiiii! .Maj-e-.
, for the lin il settlenient uf tho chums
"! ill.' Hudson'. l!av and Piiu'et'w Sound
A-i'ieiiltural Companies, fomiluded
and i;ued at Wa-hinui, hy their rf-
j the plenipotentiaries, ou'the. rt d iy
nf July, m:1, which treaty iff, word for
word, a filiivs :
Tlie United States nf America mid her
M ijesty tin (Jiieen f l iuti'd Kingdom
of ilr-at ih-ii iin ;m I livhmd, hein ihir
ohs to provide for tli'j linal settlement of
(.j,s )Ul
i (I iv and I'UT'if h
itiif.-i peoili'd in
Soiin, AH uliural Comp'
, - n' jj.
,a Imw.vii the United SiaU- of Ainfiieu
nnd lirniit ltritaiu, on tlio IMh of Juno,
ll1'. havo resolveil to curuduila a treaty
Fur tbi-i purpose, and have nanud as their
i;1.,1,nl, ,.,,, St,,, ;lf w,ri
j.,),) 1 1
ward, Seurntarv of State;
1 h'T Mai' sly th-' lineen of tlie I'niteil
i.'dniu nf lin at iiritaiii and Ireland, the
j,. lioioralilti Hit hard liiekewm Peiuell,
of h-
1'llilo.l KiM'
l.'l. - i 'I'l'l-ltl.! I'i-ilS l.f HT IIUHt lldll-
1 " " ! f ill- Bull, nml li.'f Kitviy
I'.M:'.....! M'lV "irl 1 luslor I'loiiiiuitolltiil
r; ' 'ii I n . '1 S, i; s uf Aiiioi'icn; whii,
1' 11 II ' '' u.l 111 nil ii'llt "ll III I'lll'll dill T
i!i- ! r p o:iv i l.i.! ..hv.ti., fiiiiiul in l'.iikI
un. I .In i.iiiii, Iiiivii uriu'il uoiii uml t:uu
I'in l il ili.- full. .iviiii; itrli.-l-'s :
Aiith'k I. Wliorons Iiv tli.. Jul mul 4ili
unioli-s nf llm tr.'iity r.iiii'!n'!.'.l in U'ii!i
111. ill nil lilt" !.;.;li I IV til' .llttio, iMil. lio-
hvoiii tli" L iiitnl íSt.uoM ul Anii.i'i. ii ttml
IV llm '.'ll""!! CÍ ill.! t'llitnl
if lir. iit llriliiin nn. I lrol:iinl. it
.oí! mul nirro."! Unit in tlio I'n
' ni . i t.f ili t. rriiiii'y .south
! ili-'l uf n.irtli l;iiiiiul IH
ii t i lir-t nvli.-l- "f llm mi.l
...,....,..rv r.Al. "f tli" lliitl-
I'.lll i
li IIIV.lllllI Hl'illl Bl'itMl Mill-
I . . wii.i ni iy lio nlr. it.ly in tlio (..oiijin
ii.ui uf imiil in nilior n'"i Tly Inwfiilly ii.i
iiir.o wiihin III.- Kniil ti't'i-ii.iry, uli'iiiM
li . ro.o uli-tl, mul lli.it tlni limns lun.le,
.uol nlti 'i' ir.. i. Tly uf ov.'i'y tli si'l'iiii.iii,
lioli.nin t.i tli.' l''u;.'i' .s.i'iii l ..: i,'iil
turnl i.'.iiiiiiny,"ii tli.' ii'irili nitU nl' tli
Ci.lmiibi.i Kiv.T, slmtiiil In iiunlii'iiii'il tn
lllo o.ll.l r i . Ill I ill IIV ! lull tll.ll III L'lia" tin-
nitiiiili'iu uf lli'H.' litriiis mul liuuls nIiuiiI.1
Ii.. I'un-ii l. r. 'l l.y tli" I'liitiol Si'it.'s In I'
(if )llllÍL' till ' 1 in!itil'ill illlll)lt!lllt'.', nml
tli" I ii iu il Sui.-rt iuvi'rni.i. nt eh. tu lil i-
llify 11 ill . it.' tu 1. 1. lililí lliwi.oiull nf till'
wlmle r of any pari t
so reiiiired should In1
"I'oni. tin,1 pr-upi-ny
imri il Ktiuulil in- Irnnslorri'il tu III
j said oteriuu. ul at a proper filiation, tu
lju u;:ree, upon Uetweeti the panics :
And whereas it is d siraiue that all
iiueHtions between the United States nu-
ills ami claims tu Ihe iruvel'liliiout of ihe
L'liited States for an adequate money con-
sillel'lttiell :
It is hereby agreed that the l'liited
States uf America ainl ll. i' l.i-it.iiiuie M ij
cstv shall, within twelve mouths after thn
exeliiiiiti of the riitilicaiionn of the pre
sent treaty, appoint each a coiiniiisoiuiier
fur the purpose of cxaiiiiniii:; anil ileeiiliiie
tipnn all eiaiius ari-iiiti out uf the provi
siuns of the aliove-iiioti'd artloles of the
treaty of June l'i, 1SÓI.
Aiitn i.i: 11. The eiimiuissioiier mention
ed in the precedió"; article slialls, nt the
earliest convenient period after they shall
h ive be. u resiiei'tivelv nam si. meet at the
iiv of Washington, in tho District of Co-
id shall, before pr din; to
anv lol ,'uiess, inakeiiiid suliseril.e n solemn
ileélarmion tint they will impartially and
car. I'ollv exiimine mid decide, to tho best
of ih:ir"jilil"tuent, nod aceoriliil'l to jus
tice nml e.jiiitv, without fear, favor, ur
all'ection to their own eoiintrY.nl! the mat
ters referredto them forlheird'cision,uini
sueh ileelaratiou shall be entered uu tiie
record of their proceedings.
The coiiitiiissiouers shall then proceed to
nnino an arbitrator or umpire to decide
upon any case or eases on which they may
dilt'er in opinion; and if thev cannot agree
in tli" selection, the said arliitriitor or um
pire shall he appointed hy the Kinrf of
bitrntor or t
mux her person ehatl
ui' iiiinii'ii, in tho mnniior nloiriuiU, lo act
in ins pluce ur stiMul, nml slinll make aud
liiilwi'i ilio micli ilwliirntiimiis iiforniiiil.
Tlio I'niti'il Sutton of America and her
Iliiuinnio Mnjesly t'liuo to couaitler tlio
dvoidiiHt ot tlio two cuuiiuiiaiunrri coit
juiiitly, or nf tlie arbitrator or umjiire, as
tliti emu mny lie, in mml n,l conclusivo
mi tlie iiiiitti ti to lio referred to tlieir decl
.lion, mid fui'ihwiili to t'lvo lull t'll'eitt to
tlie Hinnc,
Ait Tier k IU. Tlie cnmmiioner atiiltlis
itrliilrntor or mapire ilmll keep aeennito
rt'eurdu mid eorruet lninutet or noten of nil
tlieir prueoeilin;, willt the dale thereof,
nml slinll !i)i..intnii, employ siieli olerk
nr clerk j or utliir persiiiiH as they fia
linil neoeiisiirv lo nssist tlietn in tho trait
suction of the hininei which may come
h 'foro them.
The snlni'iesof llm rniniiiissioiiers and
ot tho elerk or clerk" shall he paid by Iheir
respective rkut ems. Tin, aaliirv of
the iii liitratnr or umpire and thn vhuÍídj;
cut expenses shall bo defrayed ill otiual
innieties by the two i;iivrriiiii'ents,
Aiintii.ii IV. All sums of money which
may bu inv.udcd by the coiiiinissitmer, or
by the arbitrator or umpire, on account o.
any claim, slmll be paid by iheoiioiruvcrii-
1 1 111 Iho uther in two cepiiil anminl in-
sialinciils, whercol' tliB lirst shall bo paid
tiiihin twelve iiiontlis after the date of tho
nwiiiil, nml the second within twenty-four
months after the date nf i,c nwaril, with
out iiitnri si, uml without any deduction
whatever.
Aiirii i K V. Tho pres. nt treaty liitll lo
r.tttlieil, and ihe iimunl exchmue of rati
liciitions shall take place in Washington,
twt.lv onths from tlie date hereof, or
iiarlior, if possible.
In faith whereof, we, tho respectivo
plenipotentiaries, iaVo si'.-ued this treaty,
., u.i.u iioiruuiu uiaxeii our Bi'lllS,
Done ill liillili.'aie. at Wlisliiiurnm. tlm
iltsi day iif.luly, iiiiiio Domini one Jiou
saml ei"ht hundred uml siiiv-threu.
W1I.I.IWI U. SKWAIlll. fioS.l
1.VONS. ui.
And wherein tlio said treuly 1ms boon
duly ratified on both iurls, and tho rgi
poeiive riitili.'atinns ol the siiniewero ex
I'hiiiised al Washington, on thn second In
stain, by Williain U. Seward, Secretary of
S'a.;of the Ullileil State, ami tho KiKht
Honorable Lord Lyons, her llritannlc .Maj
esty's Knvoy liiiriioriliuarv and Minister
l'l''iiipoieliliary,on the part ot their rus-
peetite ovellllllouts :
Now. tlierefore, be it known' that I,
All It A 1 1 A M I.INCOI.N', I'resideitt of the
I niied Stutes of America, have caused tho
said treuly to be mudo public, to the ond
that the same, mul every clause and arti
cle thereof, may be observed and fullilled
with" I faith by the United Slates and
the citi.elis thereof.
In witness whereof I havo hereunto set
inv Iniiel. and c iu.s,.. the seal of the L'liitcil
Slates lo he allixoil.
Hone nl ill
ITtv of Washington.
this In ih iluv of .March, in the
year of our Lord one thousand
i.. s. eight hielilivd and sixty-four, mid
of the In lep .ndeneo of the Unit
ed Slates the oielitv-piirhtbv
AllUAIlAii LINCOLN'.
Ily Ihn I'resideiit :
'Wii.i,i.oi 11. Stw.iiiu, Secretary of Stale.
I'mic-So. nn.
Av a.'T iiiskiin.' an nililitinnal grant of
lands to thn State of Kansas to aid in
the 0'instriictiuii of railroad und .olo
graph lilies.
II" it enacted by tlni Señale ninl House
of li-presoniivos' of the I'niteil Slates ot
America in Congress assembled, That there
be, and hereby is, grunted to the State ot
Kansas, to md in ihe conslruclion of a
railroad ami telegraph line iniiu tiuporia,
via Council lirove, to n point near Kort
lliley, on Ihe branch. I'nion Pacific rail
riiiiii, in said State, every alternate section
of laud designated by odd numbers for
ten stetiona iu width ou each side uf said
road: 1'ruvideil, That this grant shall bo
subject to all die provisions, restrictions,
limitations mul conditions, in regard to
selection and location of lands and oihcr
w in-, of alt act uf Congress approved .March
tin et eighteen hundred and sixly three, en
titled "An act for a grunt of hinds to tho
Stale of Kansas, in alternate sections, to
aid in the c.nistruclion ot certain railroads
uml telegraphs in said Slate :" 1'rovidcil,
'in. .. u..;,i h..;i.,.....i -i. ii i...,. ..i.n. i.i . i.
"... " .........in n...... .... u, j'.iuiii: oigo-
wnv and shall transport troops and nitini-
tiuus of war of thu Uuited States free of
charge.
Sec. 2. And he it further eaeted, That
e branch railroad mid telegratih from
''Lawrence, by the valley of thu Wakarnsa
nn r, lo a point, on Iho Atclmuu, Topeka
and Sania I n railroad, tvb.ro said road in
t rsects the Neosho river," to aid in Iho
eonsiruetion of which a grant uf hinds was
made by the said act of third uf -Mareh,
eighteen h limited (did sixty-three, shall ho
so changed as to run from Lawrence lo
Kiupnrin, and have and receive tho grant
of lands mudo, hy snid net: I'rovidnd, That 1
the lino of railroad nnd telegraph from
Leavenworth, by way of Lawrence and tlio
Ohio city crossing nf the Osage river tn tho
southern line of the State, in tho direction
of Oiilvestuii It iv, shall run via Baldwin
t'itv.
ípprovod, July 1, 180 1.
Prmic-Ko. 198.
As i' t making uu appropriation to carry
Intoell'eot "An act to prevent smug
gling." He Itenaets'd by the Senate and Ilouse
of Horirosentalives fif the United States of
America In Congress assomhled, That Ihe
sum of fifteen thousand dollars be, and the .
same is hereby, impropriated, to onahlo
the Secretary of the Treasury to carry Into
ell'eet an act entitled "An aot lo prevent '
smuggling and fur other purposes," passed
at the present sessiun of Colaros
Approved, July 4, ISO I.

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