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Santa1 Pe, New Mexico, December 11, 1858.
IMPORTANTE PARA EL N, MEJICO
Tenemos mucha gusto, en anunciar l los co
merciantes del Nuoro Méjico qoe hemos logra
re ahorrarles 1 trabajo de ir San Luis ara
;: jibox í VEiis .
puts hemos establecido nn eitableoimiento ea
att lugar, paro, la f ibrioa de iabon, Telas de
aceite de manteca, de la estrella y de cebo, las
eualet podremos suplir i nuestros amigos en eJ
Busto Mejiooii ti) :: . " .!. :
A itó PRECIOS DE SAN LUIS,. ' !'!'!.
t,:, V.l (. .1 Si (l'H!l ll'l.l..í.i'. . . ' M I
Con la determination da hacer un artíoulo
tuperior esperamos recibir muchos, enoat
(os. 1 ' 1 "
MAJOES, KELLER y BYER,
, ( , , ,NoTÍembr18de l855
Comerciante por mayor y en menudeo de teda
(lase de erectos, ropa hecha, sombreros,, cachuoiuis,
botas y sapatos (So. , , ,
Calle del Hio entre le Calle principal y nogal :
-.i. vi ...Ciudad de Kansus, JieurL .i . .
tm NcoeiautN Nuevo Mejicana n Sollcltedoi de vealr
. ver uoa,1 ante, de hacer ene cumpn. en utra parte.
- ( Julio 12: : : - , i.,n ..! t.. - '
. SL Norttnip. ' J. 8.ai-k.' ' S. B. ThrelkiM
.. v-.-; -J.-& ChiokyCa." .f!- a
... (Sucesores i Northrup y Chick.) i .
Comcrciantss por mayor se tuda clase de Mercin.
las, j Negociantes de Comestibles, lioore, Cigar
ros, t., I , , , ' ..r , . ... , ,
CompraniM f vendemo. toda clua da aaeroa, plelaa, o de pele
tería, prr uluero contado.
'Me D V NA LD TKLINÉ,
Fabricantes Comerciantes por mayor y me
v nor ue linos y guarniciones, cuartas,
In la casa anteriormente ocupada con la tienda de
J, C. Jiansom, Calle del Uio entra la calle principal
j la del nogal,
Ciudad de Kansus, Misnrf.- " l
i'.;:, Julia. 12. ' : U- ti -.0.4 .1 u
m. FIXI8 E. KATI1AICD,
SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO,
4.T orrCH Joatalitn the County Ooirthouaa and Jail. kS
I, :. ESTATE OF ALEUIDI tt BABCUTa I ;
VTOTfCE is hereby given that I will apply to the
IT l'robate tourt ot tie Uounty of Toos at its reg
ular term to be begun and held on the first Monday
oí January 1859, at Fernanda dt ,Taoi, for a final
settlement or said estate.
:Bartlay'sFort, H. M. . WILLIAM;kRONI( 1
;, December 1st, 1858. .M Administrator,
ii-At ' ,
ii j,,, , SfRTEyoR GtNtRAi'nOrricE,
'. i ' ; Santa Fe, Nevt Mexico,
" ' " XoTcmbcr 24th. 1858
NOTICE "u hereby given ;that by virtué of the
provisions of th act of Congress approved
May 24th, 1858, the duties of Register oí Publio
Lands and Receiver of Public Moneys, conferred
npon this office, cease from and afterthisdate, those
duties bung performed by the. Register and
eeiver appointed under said act?
WM. I'ELHAM, Surveyor General
44; St of New Moxico,
' Reoister ano Receiver's Office, )
y 1 " ' Santa Fi, Nstr Mexico1, f "'
m m ;if-ui!i,)Kovtniberí&th. 1858.)
TVTOTICE is hereby tiveri that the undersigned
IN Register of Public Lands and Roceivej of
rubllc Moneys, have tnis aay entered npon me to
ties conferred upo thtm by lawtl and the office' ii
now opened for persons claiming publio lands in
1U18 lOmaury UUUer v&intuig uiitciiijphum w...
-1 huí ,: 1WM. 4. DAVIDSON, Register,
, , 44itf . , , . WM. A. STREET, Reoeiver, ,
"i v"i 1 íviso di iDninsTUDOK. ' v
rtE avisaporestu presentes que intento aplicM
Lila Corto de Pruebas del Condado de Taos en 1
sesión regular que principiará on Dos Fernandez de
Taos er primer Lunes de Enero dt 1859, por un
.arreglo final de la masa del tinado Alejandro Barclay.
. Barclay fort, H. M, , l riiLMAM kiiumu,
1 Diciembre 1 de 1858. '"' ' Administrador.
1l;U.'45r 4t.t !..!, .ft l l V),-.-;.-
t TIIÍ caí
irtoerahip lierolol'ore exIatiiiK betwevatbe underalirned
'name and atvloof?. k R Mereiira. araa .dlaaolvedoa
ihavlnl annlnaed klland mr lauree in the Itrm will aettia
.all Uiiineaa rwlainlnjj to It. , J. nirm rnr..
-teta h, New MnW.Oot. 10, 1B6I.' 414t H MKHCUUt.
-E 111 ... J J.UII .!..! 'J "' . 'J'.'. '. I U.
'UDMPS WLXSXf OTESBHTiBlE'
mH18 large and. handsome Uunday aewspapw
J- published weekly in the city of New York, and
is mailed to subscriber! at the very low rate of One
Dollar per Annum. It is thoroughly national lor its
fjentimuuts, and advocates the principles of the
great Demoorauo party 01 mo umuo. ita vuirty
' n columns art filled with editorial discussions ol
the curreut topics of the day and ith the most
' . ... . CI! !.. :n U 1.
cholee literature. , nu eo'iua mu uo luriuaneu
iluhs for 4 dollars. Address, post-paid,1 "
.. ... ir nuiua a. urnriiiv
EL DOC TOR F. E, KA VANA VGft
i ÜUÜto b Cimjono,, , -
santa ,fé, nuevo Méjico.,
SV" Si Oiclueiti poco aua arriba qua la Cárcel del Condado
t ' pig
HAUIESDO Blduwlldtadotwr virlu wmraMdt yolwtá
poner nil mcubU. ol buio firmado tUue ti bonor di riu ti
público que 1 di primero da Diciembre prójimo él brirl uní
tSütkLA en 1 cul h nteAari I Cutriluiu, 1 luglt Kktí-
iur Amim-ncA, ueofrr&nt, yiAMünim Vocü.
Bum ffl t at uctaure w inhl uur. . v. vj. hujsu
KLSetorSatitlaira .Sablw bebiendo inelu i Santa M
re iMictuoMniente ol'rvce aua nearclci á aua antiguo amigo.. Sa
Kelojerla eeti altuada tu la Hlaw bajo al portal que corra de la
tienda de Bock y Johnioii hiela, U Vouda. Nemiire aterí Kata
reparar o eoinnonar ouaiquwr ataja aa relojei o ae joyería
precioa mu; naratoa. , . ajui
1 ' ' i i -
PüfPijCUO SEL AORIURNSOB GENERAL
., i Sania Ffc, Kuevo Méjico.
1E avisa al públioe que en rrudd. las prorisionés
j del .decreto del Conncso anrobado el 21 de
Mayo de 1858,cenarán de ahora en adelante los debe
res de Kogistrador de Terrenos Públicos j Deposi
tario ue limeros r uducos que fueron conferidos a
este Despacho, el cumplimiento de cuyo deber roca-
ira sobre las personas nombradas bajo dicho decreto.
, . wis. i'iuum, Agrimensor Ueneral.
De8paoio&elKe(íistrai)(Íi de Terrenos
, r DírosiiARio de Dlnbros Publico,
' . , Santa Fé, Nuevo Méjico,
' ' á25dcNovicniliredel858.
E avisa por estas presentes que los infrascritos
1 como Registrador de Terrenos y Depositario dt
Dineros Publioos han empelado hoy el desempeño
de los deberes que les ion ooncedidos por laley y el
Despacho se halla abierto pan todos aquellos que
reclaman torreaos en este Territorio bajo la ley de
primadas. W.M. A. DAVIDSON, Registrador. ,
4tt ' WM. A. BTKiXT, Depositario
MSBID M liiflflSOTOTAlflA.
)UR cuanto la infrascrita ha sido nombrada por
I la C6rte de Pruebas del CondaSe de Bernalillo
oamo Administradora de la masa del finado José
Chaves, por 'tonto doy aviso por estas presentes i
toda persona que tenga reclamo alguno contra la
dicha masa 6 que esté debieado i ella que se requi
ere que todos tales cuentas sean arregladas inmouia-
mente eon la administradora.
MANUELA ARMIJO de CHATIZ, ,!
i;; , ,; Admúiistrrdora de la diehamasa.
CsujiAiiiLO, Koviembre 27 de 1358. -al;3ui
- 1 : :' '-i ii. i r, ,.1 ii i, i ':
MmsmvMX mas . mnm.
WHEREAS the undersigned has been appointed
bv the Probate court of the county of Ber
nalillo as Administratrix of the estate of José Cha
ves, lata of said county, deceased, all persons having
claims against said estate or being indebted thereto
are hereby notified to oome forward and settle the
same with the administratrix.
' t ' MANUELA de ARMIJO deCHAVEtt,
. . Adm'x of José Chaves, deo'd.
BmtsÁútxd, Nov.. 27,-1868. ' "-'44;8m
A paper fob m mm akd tebkitorieS,
' An Indeptndtnt Dmwcraiié Journal.
Is published at Wostport, Mol, arerr week, and
eoatains a sumraory of all important events in the
States and Territories up to the hour or going to
t is recommended to the patronage f English
residents of Santa re and adjacent country. ,
Terms i Two Bellars p er.yeor In advance).
Subscriptions or advertisements may be left with
the IGditor of the Hants f t uaictte.
i JAJIE8 E. 81DIIE,
SANTA F E
Til K aabaerlber would Inform hla old frlendi and patron! tbat
be haa returned to Santa re and la attain nadjr to aerve theui at
Ida old elaud, two doora above Henry aiercure'i sure on the
rlaia. He will itpair watcbea and clock, and Jewelry of any
kind at tba liorteet nuuee ami in a aaponor aiyie. 11:11
. : I1U UTTUS8.
PROPOSALS for carrying the mails of tbe
United States from the 1st of July, 1859, to 1st
of July, 1862, on the following routee in the
Territory of JNew Mexico, will be reooivea ai
the Contraot Offioe of tho Post Office Depart'
ment until 3 p. mi of tbe 15 ih of April next,
to be deoided by the 18tn of the same month,
12856 From Alburquerque, via Peralta and
Maniano, to Fort Stanton, 140 milot
and baok, onco a fortnight.
Leave Alburquerque every other Monday .
.- at7a.m ' i.-. ;n 'ñ o ni
Arrive at Fort Stanton next Saturday ky
' Leave Fort Stanton every other Mondav
, . at 7 am, i,
Arrive at Alburquerque next Saturday
" ' by 12 m j' ' "" t ' U
vi 1 Proposals for weekly trips, going and
, .returning in a week, by a suhodule
" ' ' to be proposed by the bidder, will
" ' " be oiiderd. ; 'J íí'.iü i.-'v.-i".i
12857 From "ilburquorqul, by Cibolleta and
: Cutero, to Ford Deaanoe, J,&0 milei
and back, once, a fortnight.
Leave Alburquerque every other Monday
at 7 a m ;
1 ,'jfrrive at. fort Dafisnoe next Saturday
. ...... by 3 d m, ,.
leave Fort Defiance every Other Monday
v.i..tM.(7e' ! Mit .
; (.j jj Arrive at Albuquerque next Saturday
"""Bidt for weekly tript art invitod "! :
Í28S8 Wim. Fort Union by Gu'adalopUí, Sania
(lertrndit, San Anionlo, AguaJMegra,
; , ; Riooonos, Cantonment Lurgwin, and
, Rancho, to Fernandos de Taos, 160
" i i"111 miles and bank, onoe a fortnight.
. Loave Fort Union every other Monday
am; . ,; ... , .. ,
Arrive at Femindei.de Taos next Satur-
!.)U bu.; day by 12 m;'1 '' " '"!! 11 "
I Leave F ornando d Tao revtry other
Mondar at 7 a n:- , .
Arrive at Fort Union text' Saturday by
H ,V- Bidi to run weekly will be considered'
12859 From La Mesilla ti La Meta, ,12, milet
and back, weekly.
U Leave La Mesilla Wtdneedajl at 7 a b j
, , Arxire at La Mesa by 12 m )
Leave La Meta Wednesdays all p m ( '
' Arrive at La Mesilla by 8 ó m. f.
, Bids to ran through to Lai Cruoes, 16
, ' . milet in all, alto to make twt trip) a
,,! eok, art tarited. ' 'V ; J '
12860 Fiom Santa Fa, by Cañada, Abiquiu,
ant Kito, in Bio AmDa oounty, to aan
Antonio, (Lot Conejot,) in Taotooun
ty, 75 milet and back, enoe a fortnight.
Leave Santa ft every other Thursday at
6 a m - a ...i' r'! 'I .i
Arrive at Lot Conejot next day by i f m
' Leave Lot Conejos every other Monday at
0am,' "'" ' - 1 . '
Arrive at Santa Fe next day by 6 p m.
Bide for weekly trips art invited. ,
12861 From Taos, by Arroyo Hondi.Rio Colo
radd, and (Julebra, to ron tlassacnu
' tettt, 115 milet and bask, enoe a tort
night. . , . , .
Leave Taos every other Monday at 7 a m;
Arrive at Fort Massaohusttte ' next
! Wednesday by pa; .. .... . ,: .
Leave Fort Massaohusetti every Other
Thursday at Ta tn; - "
Arrive attuot next Saturday by 3 pm.
Proposals for weekly tripa are invited.
12862 From Tuoton, by Tuba and Oalabszas,
, to tort üuotianan, (Agua tállente)
1 100 milet and baok, onoea fortnight.
Leave Tuoton every other Wednesday at
Arrive at Fort Bdchane next Saturday
by Haa; ' v . '
Leave Fort Buebuan overy otherWednet-
day at 7 a m;
Arrive at Tuoton next Saturday by Ham
Bids for weekly trips will be oottidered.
12863 From Tucson, by Sopor! to Agua Cali-
! ,, ate, (fori Uuchanan,) 1UU milet and
' back, once a.fortnight.
1 Lbavo Tucsonevery other Moiday af7
!," m ...... , , , '. .. "
Arrive.afFort Buchanan next Wednei-
- day by 4 m; 1 :' ,
Leave Fort Buchanan every other Thurs
r . day at 7 a m ;
Arrive at Tueeon next Saturday by 4 p m.
., Bidt for. weekly trips will be oonsidored;
, also bidt to run from Tuoson.by Sobo-
ti, toTubac, 56 milet and baok, Once a
I weekt by echtdule to be itetad, in
lieu of toe route and terviee mention'
' id. - " '
Cmtamfig conditions to hi emkcutd in the
mirad to tit txttiU it e Department may
. dttm projer i ! bin trle-.ft 'n v
,1. No pay will be made for. the tripe not nor.
formed ; and for each of such omissions, not
tatitfaotorlly explained, ' three timat-lhe pay
of the trip may be deduoted. For arrival so
far benind time at to break connexion with
depending mails, and not sufficiently oxoused.
one fourth of the compensation for the trip is
subject to forfeiture. Deduction will aleo be
ordered for a grade o( perfomranot inferior to
that specified in the contract. For repeatod
dellaauenciee of thai kind herein entailled, en
larged penaltiot, proportioned to the nature
thorevl ana tneimporianoe of the mail, may be
2. For leaving behind or throwing off the
mails, or any portion of theni, fot the admit.
lion of paiseogen; or for being conoerned in
setting up or running an expresi oonveying
intelligence in advenes of tbe mail, a quarter 't
pay may be aeauotea.
3. Finet will be imrosod. unless tht dolin
quenoy be promptly and satisfactorily oxpiained
by certificates of postmasters, or the affidavits
of other oredible persons, for failing to arrive
in contract time; for negleotinit to take the
mail from oi deliver it into a post office; and for
suffering it (owing either to the unsuitablenesi
of the place or manner of naming it) to be wot,
injurea, aestroyea,roDoeu, or low.
4. The Postmaster General' may annul the
ooatrt.it for repeated failure! to run agreeably
to contract; for violating the noet offito laws,
or uisoueyiug luotuairuutioi ol luouoparimentj
for refusinz to ditoharge a oarrier when renui
red by the department to do to ; for assigning
tht contract without the assent of tht Postmas
ter General for running an expreti ; or for
transporting pertoni or , paoktget oontaining
mauaoie matter eat ut tuo uinii.
i, The Pose Matter ueneral may order' in
increase of service on I route by allowing there
for a pro rata increase on the contraot pay.
He may change tohedulet of departures and '
arrivals without increase of pay, provided the
running time he not abridge.1. He may also
curtail or discontinue the sec viae, in whole or in
part, at fro rita decrease ot pay, allowing one
month's extra compensation on the amount dis
pensed with, whenever in hit opinion the pub
lic interests do not require the fame, or in ease
he desires try tuperiede it by a different grade
ef wantpoiiauon. , : r ,i .).;.. ,i ki
,. Payment will bt made or the ttrvioe by
oolltotlons frAm or drafts on postmasters, or
otherwise, after the expiration of each quarter
..aay in February, May, August, and November.
., 7. The dittanoct are givea aooording to the
best informatioi ; bat no moreated pay will be
allowed should they be neater than advertised,
if the points to be supplied be correctly stated.
Biddsks nun INfORlt thiksilvis on tbii IOIkt
and also in referen o to the weight of the mail,
the condition of roads, hills, streams, Ac, and
11 toll-bridges, ferries, or Obstruction! ot any
kind or which expense may be inoorred. Na
claim for additional pay band on such grounds
can be considered , nor for alleged mistakes or
mlsapprehensiont at to tut degree of tervieei
aw for bridge! destroyed, or other obstraotions
increasing distance occurring during contraot
time. Offices established attsr this advertise
ment ii Issued, and also during tnt eontraet
tern, are to bt visited without litre pay, if the
littance be not increased.
8. The route, tke servi&t, tbe yearly pay , the
oamt and residence of the bidder, (that it his
esusl postiefot address,) and thole ef each
member of a Ira, where a company offers,
Should be dlitlnotly stated ; also the mode of
imviyanee, it higher mode than bone baok
fe4 iptendea.. iae ejoiMi wiin eeierity.
certainty, and security, " inserted to indicate
the mode of conveyance, will constitute a "star
Bin." When a "star bid" ii sntended no spe
cific oonveyanoo mutt be named.
J02M OF PROPOSALS.
I,, of i ' . oounty of , State
or Territorvi of . Drenóse to convey the
mails of the United State! from the 1st of July,
1859, to June 30, 1862, on route No ,
from to , ngreeubly to the adver
tisement of the Postmaster (icneral, dated 31st
ot October, 1858, and by the following mode of
conveyance, ri :
lor the annual sum of
' This proposal it modo with full knowl
edge of the distance of the route, the weight ot
the man to ue enrrieu, anu an utuer particulars
in reference to the route and service, and also
after careful examination of the laws and in-
itruotioni attached to the advertisement.
The undorsigned. residing at, State
or Territory) of , undertake that, if the
orogding bid for carrying the mail on route
No. be accepted by the Postmaster Gene
ral, the bidder shall, prior to the 1st day of
July, 1859, enter Into the required obligation,
or contraot, to perform the service proposed,
with good and sufficient sureties.
This we do, understanding distinctly the obli
gations and liabilities assumed by guarantors
under tbe 27th section of the aot of Congreis
of July, 2, 1830.
(Uatod.) (Signed by two guarantors-)
Tho undersigned, postmaster of, State
or Territorvi of , oertifios, dnder his
oath or orricx, that he is acquainted with the
above guarantors, and knows them to be men
of property, and able to make good the gua
9. The bid should be sealed ; subscribed
"Mtil Proposals, Territory of ," address
ed "Second Assistant Post Master General, "
Contract Office, and tent by MAIL, not by or t3
an aeent l and postmasters will not eoolose
proposals (orlettert of any kind) in their quar
' Tbe contracts are to be executed and return
ed to the Department by or before the 1st of
July, 1859, but the sorvioe mutt be oommenoed
on that date, whether the contraen do executed
er not. . .
Post Orricn Department,
Oetober 31, 1858.
46 :4t AARON V. BROJeTN, .
: - i j Postmasyt Uencrtl.
, .. PubBahed bj Authority.
1 . .giíaptírxxxv.
An Act to awnmd the Ad entitled "An Act to
usurluin and settle the f iliate Land Claims
in the State of California," posted Marck
third,, eighteen Hundred and titty one.
Be it enadtd hi the Selmle and House of
JievretentjUives of tht Unuca states ot Ameri
ca in Congress assembled, That in cuses pend'
mg id tho district courts ot the United otates
in California, oa appeal from tbe decree, of
tho commissioners to ascertain and settle the
private land cluiras in tbe Stato of California,
under tho act of Uongress passed .Unrcl) tlnru.
eighteen hundred aud fifty-one, if either party
shall desire to cxumiuc any witness residing
in any other district within said State, or shall
require the production ot any paper, written
instrument, book, or document, supposed to
be in the possession or power of a witness re
siding in another district, the court wherciu
thocase is pending, or any judge thereof, being
satisued, by affidavit or otherwise, of the ma
teriality of such witness, or of tbe production
of such paper, written instrument, book, or
document, as evidence of the caso, may order
the clerk of said court to Bsne a subptna, or
subpoena dwes tecum for such witness aud for
such paper, written tustrumeat, book, or üocu
menl ; which subpoena or subpoena duces to
cum shall run into any other district In Bald
State, and be served by tbe marshal of either
district, as the court or judge may direct :
And tho court or judge ordering said writ
shall have power to entorce obedience to said
process, and punish disobedience by attach'
meul, ana in nio maimer as n suiu witness
resided within tbe district whero the cause
may bo pending ; and all attuchmeits aud
prooess necessary to eulorce obcdiouco or pun
ieh disobedience to the aforesaid writs of sub'
pcuiiii and subpeeca duces teoum may be served
aud executed uy me manual oi eimer district,
as the court or judge may direct : rrovuiti,
that t witness attending the court under a
subpoena issued under the provisions of this
act, in a district in which be docs not reside,
shall be entitled to the sume fees for attend
ance as are allowed by the laws of the State
of California to witnesses in similar cases.
Approved, May 11, 1858.
. CHAPTER XXX VÍ.
An Ad for the relief of the Hungarian Settlers
' upon certain Irads ot Land in Iowa, hith
' crU reserved iron sale by Qrder of the Presi
dent, dated January twenty-two, eighteen
' Be if enacted by the Senate and House ef
lirprtsentalives ' of the United States of
America Congress assembled, that the right
of nro-eiuntion be, aud tho same hereby is,
exleudcd .lo all Hungarian settlers on that
body of land reserved trois sale or location by
ordr of the President or tne u mted States,
dated January twenty-second eighteen huu
dred and fifty-fire said lands being known and
described as follows : north-enst quarter of
orth-wost quarter of section ten, township
sixty seven, .range Iwcnty-six i cost half of
south-east quarter of section eleven, township
sixty-seven, range twenty-six east half of
north-east quarter of section fourteen, town
ship sixty-seveu.rnngo twenty-six ; southwest
quarter of southeast quarter of section fourteen,
townsnip sixty-seven, range twenty-six ; eost
half of northeast quarter of section twenty-two,
township sixty-seven, range twenty-six; south
east quarter of northeast quarter of section'
twenty-three.township sixty-seven, range twtn-i
ty-six; west half of northeast quarter of sec
tion twenty-three, township sixty-seven, ranger
twenty-six; west half of northwest quarter of,
section twenty-throe, township sixty-seven,
range twcnty-Bx; north half of northeast
quarter of section five, township sixty-eight,"
range twenty-six; east half of northwest quar
ter of sectiou five, township sixty-eight, rungo
twenty-six; east half of northeast quarter of
sectiou six, township sixty-nine, range twenty-'
six; northeast quarter of northwest quarter
of sectiou six. township sixty-nine, ranee'
twenty-six; southwest quarter of northwest)
quarter of sectiou six, township sixty-nine,
range twenty-six; southeast quarter of stctien
six, township sixty-nine, range twenty-six;
west half of southwest quarter of sectiou six,
township siity-uiuc, range twenty -six; north
east quarter of section seven, township sixty
nine, range twenty-six; northwest quar
ter of ecu don seven, towuship sixty-nine,
range twenty-six ; southwest . quarter of
southeast quarter of section thirty-two, town
ship sixty-nine, range twenty-six; northeast
quarter of section one, township sixty-eight,
range twenty-seven ; northwest quarter of sec
tion one, township sixty-eight, range twenty-1
seven; northeast quartor of sectiou two, town.
hip sixty-eight, range twenty-seven; north
west quarter of northeast quarter of section
ons, towuship sixty-niue, range twenty-seven;
northeast quarter of southeast quarter of sec-,
tion one, township sixty-nine, range twenty
seven ; southeast quarter of southeast quarter
of section one,township sixty-nine,rangc twen
ty-seven nortbeast quarter of northeast quarter .
of section twelve, township sixty-nine, range
tweuty-seven; northeast quarter of northeast
quarter of section twelve, township sixty-nine
range twenty-seven; northeast quarter oi
northaast quarter of sectiou thirty-six, town
ship soventy, rango twenty-seven; west half
of uorthwc8t quarter of section thirty-six,
township seventy, range twenty-seven; north
west quarter ot sectiou thirty-six, township
seventy, range twenty-seven; west half of.
southeast quarter of section thirty-six, town
ship seventy, rango twenty-seven; north halfi
of southwest quarter er section tiiirty-six-township
seventy, rango twenty-seven.
Seo. 2. jlnd 4c it further truulcd, That all
such Hungarians euUltd to the right of pre
emption to tho above described lands by this
act, who may hnve'gonc on to said lands prior
to Jauuory twenty-second, eighteen hundred
and fifty-live, or sinco that time,and have con
tinued to inhabit and improve the same, shall
hold their claims, not exceeding one hundred
and sixty acres to each prc-emptor, against
any other subsequent claimants whatever ;
l'roridtd further, That said claimants nnder
settlement and cultivation made prior to Janu
ary twenty-second, eighteen hundred and fifty- -
live, or prior to the passago ot this act, shall
make known their claims in writing to tho
Register at Chariton within three months
from the date of publication In said district,
of notice to said claimants, of the privileges
granted hereby, to be giveu by the Commit-.
sioner of the Ueneral land Ulboc ; and iu all
cuses proof and payment must be mice at tbe
laud-offico aforesaid, within twelve months
from the date of publication of notice afore
said. Approved, May 11, 1858
An Act to authorize the Vestry of Washing
ton Parish to lake and enclose certain J'arts
of Streets in tht City of Washington, for
the Purpose of extending the Washington
Cemetery and for other Purposes. '
Be it enacted by tht Senate and House of
Revrfsentatites of tht United States of Ameri
ca in Congress assembled, That the Vestry of
Vashiugton parish shall be, and bra here,
authorized, with the consent of the corpora
tion or the city ot Washington, to take, en-,
close, and use forever thoso parts of Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets east, which lie
between the north side of U struct south aud
the north side of Water street; and ulso those
parts of south Q and south II streets which
lie between Seventeenth aud Twentieth streets
east, for the purposo of eularging the Wash
ington Cemetery rrouded, I hat the power
hereby conferred shall not be exercised as
regards such particular portion of either of
the aforesaid streets as may pass In front of
any lot of ground not owned by the said Tot
try, until the said vestry shall become the
owners of such lot of ground : And provided
further, That thesnid vestry shall not sell for
any purpose wnatever any of trie atoresala
parU of streets, but tne United etatos shall
retain and bold such parts thereof as may be
laid out for burial purposes for tbe interment
of members of Congress Or such officers of the
government as may die in Washington. . 1
. oso. x. Ana ot m juriner tnaciea, 'mat do
canal, railroad, street, or alley shall ever be
laid out or opened into or through the Wash
ington Cemetery, except such avenues or
walks as may be laid out by the vestry of
Washington parish, for the use and purposo
of said cemetery. , , .;
Sec. 8. And kit further enadtd, That the.
Washington Cometcry shall bo forever freo
from taxation,, Approved, May I8tbtJ808,
U fmsViiaif finí .. -i':íí)ui'-i y
!f l'T r.
. JA C CARD y COMPAÑIA,
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zies de mesa, Joyas de diamante, ajuares de piata
ra ei Juegos a precios cómodos. 1 ' Componen y
rantiim relojes finos. , Piedras preciosas s en
astan en todos estilos.'
HafSe paga el mas alto precio porpláta vieja."'
Jtírlieu constantemente premios para ferias. -i
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