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Bjveb, ALT sua: VOL. 3. XO. -WHOLE XO. Gi. P1IEXIX, MARICOPA COUNTY, A. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 1 1870. NEW SERIES NO. 9. SALT RIVER HERALD. Publi.-hej every Saturday and Wednesday. COSPEit A McCUNTOCX - - Proprietors RuBURimox Rate. One Copy one year S "J1 One Copy six mouths - - - -541 By carrier, in I'heaix, Per Mouth - 50 cent-. Advertising Rates. Ine Inch, one insertion $2 00 Emch Sabaequeut insertion X0O professional card, per month 1 30 Asent. SAX FRANCISCO Charles W. Crape. OFFICIAL DIRECTOKY. TERKITOKI.VL OFFl-EnS. Jelefte toConfress Hiram S. Stevens Governor John C. Fremont 8eretary Jotin J ;l" Auditor K I. Clark Treasurer T.J. Hitter fiarveyorOeniral John W an S inreine Jtidircn Firt Di.lriet.. Chief Jastice CO. W. French n.rond Itistrict DeFurest l'-mer Third District Charles S lent. Clerk Supreme Court Jol-ph S. uirass I" 8. Ki'trict A'tornev E. B I'om.oy fitted Statea Marshal C. I. lake Collector Internal Rerenue Tbu.Cordis Kerister IT. ii. I .and Oflie--- . Ut W. X. 111, Florence C. I). Foateo Receiver V. . Land Ofiice Florence Kncelca Preeott Georre Lount PROFESSIONAL. J. r. HAKGHAVE. HFNJ iiOUCAN. HARGRAVE& MORGAN, Attorney and C'oanHClors at Lw CORTFZ STREET. PRE-SCOTT. A. T. H. R. PATRICK, Surveyor and Civil Ensincer. PIIEXiX. A. T. Office with W. A. Hancock. WM. M. BRECKENR I DGE, Ciiil Engineer and County Surveyor. Pbenix. A.T. Office with L-nril e i Wiley, one door eaet of Ftuffit-e. HARRY B. JONES, Attorney tit Line, OFFirc I'p stairs :n Capitol HuiMir Ths- v A T. J. B. DOUGLAS, Architect ind Superintendent. Plana, specifications, and er-tiuia'cs carefully prepired. OlSce with Irs. Sheets & WLarton. east aide of the rinza. n!5'Jro DRS. WHART0?J &. SHEETS, Ihyirian and SnrcoiiH. Vill attend pr..f-.i..a.i! calls at any honr of the day or niKht. (Iltice. .at .l.lo ot ; Ihe puza 1 henta. A I. . H. P. Sheets M. I . late of K ao Nrr. J. K. Wharton, M. It., 1. ri. lie-l.cal I't iti DR. B. L CONYERS, PhjMirinn an I ni-xfoii. I. ate of Visulij. C';il 1 KmE U';ibirifton. two d-.T from Moa tezntna Htr-t. 1'henix. Ariz aa. JULIUS YJ. VAN SLYCK, Attorney and Counsslor at Law. MrMUIenvilte, Mafic pa county, Arizona. Wilt practice in a'l tbe courts of the Terri tory. JOHN T. ALSAP, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Office of the District Attorney, Phenix. A rtxona. A. D. LEMON, Attorney at Law. Office opposite Conrt House, tjo Wahirpton street. PhrD.x, Prompt attention fVtn to all btiin-s entrusted me in the Federal ami County Courts of Uie Territory. en.uaTK jipc;e. VOTARY riULlC. WM. A. HANCOCK, Attorney at Law. Land Business in all Departments a Specialty 1'F.NIX. ARIZONA. JOHN L GREGG, M. D., Physician. Surgeon and Accoucheur. Keferrnewi without pnneion: F. M. Coerill. ; lT S. k-natur, Miwnri. Tol. Jhn T, Cri.-p, t Uetn. Noiu-nce for C-'nre?s. from Misso'.ri. OFFICE Two miles south Hayden Ferry ! Arizona. vJ-u3tf i PAUL WEBBER, Attorney and Counselor at Law. PRESCOTT - - - AK1ZONA. BLAKE & CO., floM Pust. Oob! and Silver bullion and re ! of evrry dtri;tion tnltd und astuyed All ; amy traar ta etl. Prin-sof ore s iy: .Si ver j and iiM, Ind iV.pitr, 6-V Sampli-n c.m be isnt by tiinil or express, aud returns ; will be tro-nptlv made. Ottic. w;th Well. FarffO &. "V)., Prewott. . t KOT.VKT ri'UMC. J. H. COX, Attorney at Law. OrncK-Two doors west of the County Re corder' I'thce. m'SIXESS CARDS. New Phenix Bakery J. 1IFIK SON, Proprietor. Wiubing oa street opposite the Courthouse. Kilit loTMof UriW. orFirht Bread Tick ets for 'ne Dollar. Pies and Cakea al av od band. 14-tf Pioneer Bakery. Vasius;ton Strket. North? il Ctirnr r of the Pl-tt-t, H LOAVES OF ItltK VD FOR 1 L'OLLAK Krutt Cake and rustrr of all kiml, for wed' tins; parlii-s, etc., prepared to onter. v2-n- f Jl'I.II S nxCEKT.F.X. PALACE SALOON JOHN LAI5AKK - - ruopiutToit Washington Street, Pbenix 0 "NONE BUT THE REiVr" Is the mtto ol" tb'u 4jul:ir place. MISCELLANEOUS. LIWILLK JL WIIiEV, Real Estate and Collection 011i.ee. ami Auctioneers. j:Mt of Postoflice. The Public arc informed that I have opened a real estate oiliee, whcie any information regarding property in Phenix anl Salt Itiver valley will be furnished. Letters promptly answered. Abstracts of Titles furnished. Collections of all kinds undei taken and returns praoinptly made. Auction sales in any portion of the countv. 21 Phenix Hotel. Washington Street, between M..r;copa anb Piuia Streets. Clean Beds and well Ventilated Rooms, by the day r nibr. Best ot Accommodations for Families. A shotrr bat1! lias lit1y been mnn-cted with th Hotel tr ill nnrniMirf vf giiefttsand tbe public generally. I. J OAP.DINKR. Proprietor. l.Vtf ;ill,i:tt FEKP AND STABLES. LIVERY, SALE. Mann A. tlrU Frpr Tb't Ti..neer Stalee of Gillett has at all times hay anil grain an J a 1 the accommodations tor buatdiu botses. H.trses on hand at all t'mes t l't and fur sale. SO-tf Fsleat Market. Oppositian and Csmpc'.i'ion. nn Mrn'mmu l-.i-t o.--n.iie Ihe ller.I.i ,,5, mi.m., Ih r,.t f ..til our h.r- r l.ere we are 1 r-l ared 1.. Inr ujh the iitizm .f l'h'iiix a itij :hi very b.-st UEET, YEAE, ML'TToX. PORK, 1C. j ! That can lie obtain d. OTKIiO & HLAKE. Xew Saddlery and Harness Shop. ikti:k iu bck, Iite of Snn B-Tnirdino, (Talifttrnii. would j re-pectftilty inform tlie citizr'n of I'linix .ind j ntn-ouniliiifr roiin'ry that he has opeud a fipt- (lass saitdlt ry and Larn-j khop m the hmMinsr formerly nvui:ed by Hl.i in, the rxn-t makt-r. where lie in pr-p:ird tt d-i all Work in his line in a worktnauHkr mnrnr.iind at renttonable P'ieejt. A thm c of the pub.ic pairou.-ite so lic'ued. Town Pronerty forSalf. The miderM;rnd r.iTrn one bhvrk (f exeed b:nt town proper for ki!u rln ap f-r cash: It if Iontel two blo-kit sit h cf the phizi. The property ii pfantt-d in aifmfA and Mirro'tr.dt'd by un Hhotp?r (or live fei:r.. Fifiv d l!arn worth nt fruit trees, in nourishing conditi.U, on the proieriy. Titos. HotvE, At tl:efi:n.iturc farti-ry. .Mini Oa Mouczi:uia Street one block north of tLe IVintiiijf Otlice Tli-tinderiirii-1 havinc received a full line f nae ials- neie:irv f-r th:s soefion. resw fully ii.lnim th pnti! c thatb- now bub ou hand a lull ass'.rtnif-t LAUD CAN'S, STOVF. PIPH. OLT1 KKS, WATEU SPOUTS Fverytl inp tnauru'tnred in this sb-.p b ucht a mt marked for tlie same, will be nx'-ii at tho fi-st time on any damage coming fnnu the reg ular ne. frM- of enare. liny y.ur Tivware from the Tinhop. if yon niMt to tiaxe- v iru.tra'itfea. I defy c'inp-Mti.n in piio'-s and htiyerswill find it so, ait 1 am compelled to make my liv ictf. spcial Att-utiD given to rptirb'i; and J b- PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY. The undersigned wonld respectfully call at tentioo of the pnhlic lit his New Gallery, n-here he is prepaired to execute all work in his Hue. CARD PICTURES S6 Per Dot. CABINET PIC1URES $10 Per Doz. The heantitu! Sun Pearl and "Watch lial Picture are Seciattii.s. AVm MoKr.NN A, Artist. SAM WING. N E W L A U N I) R Y. Washing & Ironing Che.ip. roi.lSIIISG XKATI.Y lONE. Corner A(l:iins and Montoziiiiin -t-.. out -hall' ljl.H.k north of tlie II n: I.D o I lice. Fresh Milk. is iiKi.ivi.itKD iiv tiif. rxiiErtfirixnr i to enstiTners tit I'heni and vicinity daily. Havine a lanrc dairy three ui:tes uorlh of towo : can :u:tti..U j Milk FrpKhrr ami Snrelrr : Th an can lie done by keepii g j-our own cow ; t.'ve ine a trial ; 0rdrj lH .it tho Posl.i:fi.e Will Pc;ei Prompt Attonlion. ni? v. I.. 0110 nx. MISCELLANEOUS. FURNITURE FACTURY. South side of the Plaza. EASTEKN MAHE CHAIRS CONSTANT LY ON HAND. phenix, Arizona. Thos. Howe, Proprietor. Photographs. THE rXDKVs 1GXED CAU.S THE AT tention of ihe public to tbe faet that be i pre pared to execute all work in bi line in first class style. Also constantly on band a fine as sortment of views of ARIZONA SCENERY Stere?:opio anl fxlO ize. rfintistuiij in part if 0veramut Ists, Ar'ec Kni Indians Ciictu. and other Cbarnrrersiic r n rv. At Lorlng's Bnrnr W.ihin. ton nt. t'lienix ; a. it kothi:o(;c. NEW BOARDING HOUSE. Southwest Corner of the Plaza. BYER: VCohM respectfully inform the eit-zus nt j I'lienix thai lie tins ir-n- l a lirst ela-s b rtiinjr j hoM- at tbe abnv ! .-aii -n. nnl i prt-j-a eii 'o I take h.i.rlen liy the liur Kek or ninntli, nt I miHWr.ite price. Ma's strel at all hnur 'I he i.,li tvill le mpp'ie l with the brt the n-'urk.-t Hftoriiii. A fnare of the pitMic ratron e;e t. T. -iien.. f-hS I'll orSliop IN THE GARDNER HOTEL. J. Wiener, i f I.' AnprV. b;: l'.cated in l'henit and J T'p.ir.d to ' kind '-f li't d-t tailor nj, j n vtiort ni'tire anil at living pr.r- s. . 5t,t.re vt the pa' 1 j a! onae r .i J. 't T. C. Depetr. J. T. Walsh WALMII A I) KPEIV. Carper ters and Builders Store and Offlrr Kitting Prompt- .lkticiiueii 10. Shop i,i in the building eat of Car-oS Pcuzzo s bbt-k- Barber Shop. I have o(ned for the preient, a new BARHF-lt lltjp iu the rear J the Magnolia baloou eutt autre ou MONTEZUMA 5TREUT. By strict attention to buine. I hope to war rant a fuif abate ol our pattonage WM. STL"nXDLK(J. Late of 5sin Fruccisco. NOTICE. I.". S. T Al Ol FIl K. FLUKLSrE JuLe If, lt78. J HAVE BEEN AUTIH'KIZED BY THE TEXAS PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY. To say. that rcrupunts of lan-ls reserved t- s-iid Company, by Act of Con-rn-i. who file ap-ilicatitirs can have the option ol purchase at double minimum price tor a sated time alter the title is complete. lit-tf t'n i:l.F.a I. I'ostox. THOMAS KVIXS 1 prepared to do all kin Js of CONTRACT WORK At moderate prices and satisfactuin guanxt.t-ed Will dlirr WOOD to any art of the city it tl. bmett market ries. All i.r-1e I.-H nii'i the dilver of the sprtnl iiag cart n 'M r c tve prompt attrnti'm. MISCELLANEOUS. HARNESS k SADDLERY II AVISO OPENED A SHOP FOR THE ni&tmfactiim of Har'M and S.vbl.ery, I am prepared to execute all work in tba tliud in a FIRST- CLASS JIAXXEH. Farmer and stock nirn will find it to their in-ter-'Ht t beaow their patronase upon me. ns none but fi-st chiss work is turned out at my establishment. Jirectly opposite the Hr.nAi.n office. nl KUVAKI O'CONNOR. t T. OLSON, Vntshinton st root. nnjoinlns 5ie Mtore of M. I.. I'eralta. Boot and Shoe Maker. Fa-hionb! TboV and Slnrc. Of the bes material, made toorduriu e t-atit ?tvle. l'EKFECT FITS OUAIiANTEIiD. I i;ire nty entire liltrtitVn to ntrttn mjiite work, ami I have every facility ibrgt it g i entire satislactinn. 1 SEND IX YOl. t! ORDERS Liverv Stable. Washington street atljoiuhi"; the IMitnix Hotel. H-tren b.ad'-d ly tbe day. wet-k or month K nUr.ix n on hand the bmt 'inality of wbc.it nud graiu bay. Hurley and Oat. Oovd neeommod ttion fr lennm-n nn1 Tt. ebtrs. Keep cuniaiitl ou bai-d Fine turuou's- j IT'ir" b aded at mv S'nVp will receive the tef-t attention. t;i. IIAMI.IN BA! i I OL THE Leading Hotel ! OF SAN FRANCISCO. 4nd 'be m'S 'emttt!v Bpp- (ti-d lmtel in the ..r'.l. i,v r 8 ..hi !,;iv be d 'twmIi-.I by Mr . l:'d ;u in it cn-t mi tt n a.d l;irni!i in if. HadiU.irti-r A rtny an.l Navy. SpeH.il A --i-tinn:iii;itio:i! ftr Fiilliili imd l.-rtf P-'T-tiis IVic-. Ihe atn ttt at ofhi-r tirt-i!-.''fc ho tt-l-. V to -er dy S.t'i-iiil fotitrai:ts will h tiKido tor f -inaio-nt iNKinlrr. The bi.tel i'..n i;in and cairii-g-'- in nnili::iT at all lM:itn ati mil";ty ib'pii. Rooms can be renerred In-fore arrival hv t-U-Lrnph. J UN A. l;llE, Lwit. F'-rtnrlv propiittor of the (Irani Pacitir, I'hi ctfo. n Ti Porter's Fresh Ranch BUTTER FOK SALE AT E. Irvine & Co.'s. Wholesale or Retail, warranted A No. 1. ll.it tor Pnclted anil Kli"pel to Any i'urt. or the Ti rritory . YOUNG AMERICA Hotol and Restaurant. .n.iii:TT Board by the ilitv or week Oiltett is the location of the mill of tbe Tiptop Miuinjr I'oiupany Prioiis vis'tin this live in tiing iMinp will fi-d ihe Young- Ainciica Ho tel and Kfstaunint the cheap?! ai.d best p. ace te put up at. Terms rrasonabie. e-J SINGI.B &. ANDERSON, Props. Cheap Living! ! Board reduced to A 7 00 per week. ! Single Meals - 50 cents ot the Cosmopolitan Restaurant. H ll. IIOI.LAMt. BLACKSMITH IXG WAG OXMA KING. The tind-iiti d announces to the pubt c that be is hll prepatcd to execute ail work in his hue. CHEAP l'OU CASH. John II. Ituruer. Northwest rf Monition? I.ir-y Stable. 51 K. IRY IS E & CO. GREAT Clearance Sale, AT GREATLY- I0UGED Prices IRVINE & CO. Are offering at a Sacrifice the Large Stock of Goods Avhich tlie' have on hand. They have alo a large lot of Goods on the road which they expect to re ceive in a lv days, that must be sold for less than San Francisco prices, in order to close out their whole stock lis thev are determined to sell oll''' 1;,w to lhc !l;:3't'-t!t r the everything before tlie S. P. K. R readies Maricopv Wells, which will be by the 1st of April. Xow that times arc hard and money scarce, it is ot the greatest importance to economize. Therefore, call around and you will lind that yoif can purchase as much for one dollar, as vmi could have purchased for two dolhus some years sir. Thev liave a full line of s -AXD- Pro visions Which they CHEAT, or will sell as CHEAPER than any firm in town. Do fiot Forget ! You by goi can mak e money there to piirell- ase as money saved is moncv gained. BARGAINS Are to be had. as they are determined to sell, and in order to do so they, have reduced their prices. Irvine & Go. Keep On the AVcst side of the L laza. uemember the siirn over the do. r, E, IRVINE & CO. Variety Store TienrJa Sarata. SALT RIVER HERALD.!1'"11 81,J maintenance of a pertain ! K 31 1 - W K I H 1. Y K I 1 T 1 '. Hatari'.ty Farr!i 1. 1H70. ACTS OF TUT. TKXTl! li.ATl Hi-:. LEI.IS- 1. An act to amend section 2-1, of chapter 51, compiled laws of Arizona j An act to chancre the name ot John McLaughlin to John Harry. o. An act to change the name ol Clay Bcauford to Wilford Chapman Briihvell. 4. An net to change the name of John Smith to John V. T. Smith. 5. An act ouceiu'mg unices and olliccrs. 6. An act to change the name of (sandy Eli Davis to Sandy Eii Ehle. 7. An act to lepeal an act entitled an act conccruinjj lawful fences and animals trespassing on premises law fully enclosed in the county of l'ima. territory of Arizona. 8. An act to provide for the punish ment or larceny in certain cases. 0. An act to divorce certain parties from the bonds ot matrimony here tofore existing between them. 10. Au act fixing the time for hold ing the district court. 11. Au act to amend chapter 9, of Ihe compiled laws, entitled of the local administration of counties. 12. An act changing the name ol" Alice l'ostle and of Hubert Postlc to Alice Hecs and to Hoberl Hees. I. J. An act amemung an net entitled 1 penses of the civil government of (he au act concerning county treasurers, j territory of Arizona, for the years end county collectors aud boards of super-; hig 011 the 31st day of December, vl;,'r- ; and for other puriwses. I I. An act providing for eompens.-,. A tQ nmmd tion in auuilicn to that now allowed hiiprcmu rouix 1101U1115 111c oistrici courts in the ihinl judicial district of the territory of Arizona. 15. An net entitled an net authoriz-in-j a loan on the faith a:;d credit of the territory, and to provide to con tinue the work in the erection of the tcn"ttori:il prison. 10. An acl to aid in the capital buildings, and for Ihe support of the public schools in the territory of Aii zona. 17. An act to aid in the erection of a building for school purposes iu dis trict No. 1, Maricopa county. 18. Au act to amend au act to pro. vide for the erection of county build inirs in Yavapai county. 10. An act to provide for tho erec tion of count' buildings in Maricopa, ant! other matters relating thereto. 20. An act concerning lawful fences and animals trespassing on premises lawfully inclosed in Pinal county. 21. An act to amend an act, entitled an act concerning lawful fences and animal trespassing on premise.-! law fully inclosed in Maricopa county, approved February U, 1ST". 53. An act relating to the iniporta- iou of fruits into the county of Mo- ave. 23. An act authorizing the common council of the village of Pr&icott, to make certain alterations and extcn- ! sions in certain allevs, iu said village of Prescott. 24, An act instructing the boards of supervisors of the several counties to elect their clerks. 25. An act authorizing and direct ing tlie board of school trustees in district No. 1, in the county of Pima, to erect a school building and for other purposes. An act to authorize the county i ol Pinal to issue bonds to raise lnoncy for court house and jail purposes. 27. An act to provide for-" keeping in repair the road from Phenix in Maricopa county to Globe City in Pinal county. 2S. An act to make the office of probate judge elective. 20. An act authorizing a loan ou the faith and credit of the territory, aud to provide for the construction of certain wagon roads in the territory of Arizona. 80. An act to amend section 12, of chapter 10, compiled laws of Arizona, 1S77. entitled an act creating the of fice of district attorney. 81. Au act to amend section No. 30, of an act to provide revenue for the territory of Arizona, ami the several counties thereof, approved I'eoruary 12, 1S75. An act lo provide a sinking j funa rr ' rede-motion of territorial prison bonds. 8:. Au act to provide lor the appor tionment of moneys received for poll taxes and taxes on the proceeds of mines in Mohave county. 84. An act to divorce Ann Kelly from the bonds of matrimony hereto fore existing with Daniel Kelly. 85. An acl to amend section BOO of chapter 11, of the compiled ias of Arizona territorv. 3(1. An act to restrict gambling, and to repeal chapter 59 of the compiled , laws. 87. An act to aid in the construe - ! railroad. S8. An act concerning district court reporters. y'J. An act to provide for the report ins; of the decisions of the supreme ! court. 40 An acl granting the exclusivo rjglt to golomoe Burth and his asso-"" ciates and successors to build, niain- tain and keep a bridge across the Lit tle Colorado river, at St. Johns, in tho county of Yavapai. 41. Au act concerning official bonds. 42. An act authorizing a Joan on the faith and credit of the territory of Arizona, and to provide for the con struction and improvement of a wag on road from the Agua Fria, by tha way of Copper Canyon to Camp . Verde, in the county of Yavapai. 43. An act authorizing a loan on the faith and credit of the county of J Pinal, and to provide for theconstrnc- ! tion of a wagon road trout Florence, r ie Pinal county, by the way of River- ;.. J side, through the most practicable. ' . part of the Pinal mountains to Globe. - 41. An act to provide lor (lie appor j tionment of the legislative assembly , of the territory of Arizona. : 4o. An act referring to revenue de , rived from gambling. 40. An act to regulate appeals lrom ' ; justices courts. j 47. An act making appropriations for the current and contingent ex- tions of chapter 48, of the compiled laws or Arizona tciritory. 40. An act the general incorpora tion railroad act. 50. An act granting leave of ab sence to the county recorder of Pima county. 51 An act to amend cbbtcr 33 of Ihe compiled laws of JmToaa territory-entitled "To provide revenues for . thi territory of Arizona and the sev eral counties thereof." 52. An act entitled "An act to in cororatc lhc Prescott and Gila road company." 53. An act to provide iceans for the United States marshal to take the ter ritorial ceusus in the year 1880, and also to provide for takiug said census , by counties iu case of certain contin gencies. . . 54. An act to authorize A. I. Ilcn shaw and others to construct 'water works at the town of Phenis. 55. An act to authorize the board of supervisors of Yavapai county to issue certain bouds. 5G. An act to amend an act entitled "probate courts". Approved Febru ary 14, 1873. 57. An act todirorce Mary Isabel. le Showers from tin bonds of matri mony heretofore contracted and now existing with Andrew Jackson Show ers. 58. An act to create the county of Apache. 50. An act to amend chapter 0 of the compiled laws of Arizona terri tory entitled "ol the local admistra ion of counties." 00. An act changing the name of Joseph Epliriain Lowman to Joseph. Edward Curtis; the name of Charles Lowman to Charles George Curtis, and the name of Hester Susan Low. man to llettie Susan Curtis. 01. An act to establish public schools In the territory of Arizona. 02. An act to amend chapter 25 of the compiled lawsof Arizona entitled "of oflicial oaths and bonds." 03. An act to provide for the wore effectual taxation of indebtedness se cured by mortgage. 01 An act supplemental to an act entitled "an act of general iucorpor ations." Approved November 6, 1860 05. An acl to provide for the con struction of a wagon road from Pres cott to Maricopa Wells. JOINT RESOLCTTOXS. 1. Joint resolution cancelling the contract for taking care of the insane of this territory and making a new one. 2. Joint resolution granting leave of absence to 1. N. Lcatherwood, treas urer of Pima county, for six months. 8. Joint resolution granting extra, pay to the clerks of both houses for extra work. 4. Joint resolution granting leave of absence to T. J. Butler, territorial treasurer, for six months. - MEMOIUAI.S. 1. Memorial to the postmaster gen. eral asking for a rapid nnddiroet dal. ly mail with the Southern ' Pacific railroad. 2. Memorial to the senate and house of representatives of the ' United States asking for an appropriation to ounu aroauovcru.e .uogoiion moun. i ,!"?s, .... 3. Memorial to the senate and house j . 1 Continued on ttfonj page.