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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 2 July 1870

Vol- 3. TUCSON, A. T.. SATTJEDAY. JULY 1870. No 25 WEEKLY ARIZOIUN ,y Journal, devotees c . ,'-csta of Arizona Territory. . CJ ocry Saturday at Tucson, A. rr.fs acre's. .Editor. VJ. uv"-" T--ni3 of Subscription, 7 nn C-..r. :" vi'r vi, wv, - months $4.03 ,,v f . ! o mouths 2.00 f j i" (-r.- uJicli .................. 25 .. ,,.t0n-mus;bepaidiuvariablyin advance . Advertising Hates. J iliiir-pf-r square for the first insertio i iiUr each subsequent insertio Ths Other Side. r (,T. Washington Chronicle. ,r,t"ic Chronicle : . r.a7 contrib utors seeking to en- 3 a"0i the horrors f Indian war .jl?,.;? foe is always to be dreaded, but T pioafira ofthe Weaf as thej gaze . rK'.-fa desolated home, hardly ,,jit -t. tj heap tho bitterest curses i .3 with tomahawk and scalping r t: !uo country about them, or the - i who. secure iu their quiet hornets . t ) dawilo with a false phiianthro S load upon the arm of the - a. t ri-eki to protect the lives or '.ru a'j of iU citizens. About a week i articjt...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 2 July 1870

JULY 2...ie.. 1870. THE WEEKLY MiJEOjXAtf - me. other -side. It is gratifying to find that all tho misrepre sentations of tho eastern humanitarians and impostors upon tho Indian qnestiou, publish ed in the joarnals cf tho great citie3, are not allowed to go unmarked. Tho Washington Chronicle having iven place to a serie3 of articles abjectly apologetic aud defensive of the Indian, and with Singular absardilj sign ed "Justice," a personal friend of our Gov ernor and Delegate, E. F. Dann, Esq., for merly a judge in Nevada and now an Attorney in Washington, replied in a communication which appeared iu the Chronicle of May 23d and which we to-day reproduce on tho first page of our paper. It is a forcible and unanswerable statement of the truth regarding the Indian question and the relation ot the frontiersmen to the same, which will bo read with, much sr.tisfac tion iu Arizona, and which, we hope, .has had the effect of opening some of the bliud or prejudiced eyes at the East. If a stat...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 2 July 1870

.-nTi- I l I 1 I If I I rl V .1870. 10 GAL JttAuaw. in post- Henry in p. sido not ur. corn- Grant to and name publish ;ver. ni d . ..-tor at Maricopa well; 4 t j; i s. Ctrr. retiguuu. I Ljng a been appointed Ancbe Pass m placo ot .r, d -dined. . , fn Marican.3 indulged t . ... . verv romantic spot jua; omsi ir..J.T A thouL'ii several u ' iriven and received it is -.-..WAS Kineu - u-iiu a . "V are in receipt of the . ,i "Justice dated at camp ' . Snn reasons we must decline . writer will observe that by ma .ts above a nom ue plume ..j r.., a "neraonai statins ' , elitor. if the latter i -iia-- " . . r . .. o fiir assertions IUU a-ai uutmc ' ii.hi--.ao meaiu of ascertaining j kn'iPfl to hearfrrm in r .1 i F" , that he writes in 200 nat know ins n&me neiore puu Lj proJactious above a noni de ... v, Arizona city to Mr. Draehman vrtiKts intelli?enca of ereat 3 rata u""j o- t l3 mor-tamlise, on board lha brig ;n transit from San Francisco, ..tj.;ueot iiay. ins damage was .1 '..cjU'a a...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 2 July 1870

l K ACT to fix tho Poiat of iunetforl "of tho Union Pr.:Wo Railroad Company and Central Pacific ." ' Railroad Oouip&Bj. Be it enacted by the Senate aud House ofRc presentativesof the UnitedStates of America in (ingress assembled, That the common termi jiasand point "fjuncton of the Union Pacific Jtaiirond Corrpauj nnd the Centeral Pacific Railroad Company shall be definitely filed and established on the line of railroad as now located constructed, northwest of the sta tion at Ogden, and within the limits of the sec tion ofhand hereinafter mentioned, viz: section thirty-six of township seven, of range two, nitu ate north and west of the principal meridian and base !ii:e in the Territory of Utah, and tactions twentyfive, twenty-six, and thirty-five of township seven of ranc two, and section x of township six, and Bectioiu thirty nnd thirtv-one of township seven, of range one, and sections one aad two of township sis, of range meridian and base lino ; and said companies are hereby ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 9 July 1870

TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY. JULY 9, J 870. No 26 ARIZONA N l l. w M -" . a m m m m m m- .afOt evcrjSaturda y .Editou. Terms e of Subscript! on, $7,00 one year .. 00 six mon ths 2.00 . ..it.- mnnma , .. lfUUW - . .... v0 : SS?3 fane . " Ur each subsequent inser.wo J? 'I O I A Li. LAWS OF VHE viTED STATE S passed at rue YoD SESSION OF THE ;Vfikst congress. UTTION for tho reliof of Ilelcn -! iloloiso Lincoln, and for tho with :,;i?no?, from tribes of Indiana hold a captives. the Kiowa Indiana, on or nbout r of January, eighteen hundred and . 'nr.turod in Cook county, in the ' two female children, whose ue is unknown, aged about three ntser having murdered the par '"ft : th3 knowo relatives of said chil , " whereas said children have recent ..Lo;predfroni said Indiana and are le care of J. H. Leavenworth, and "ut auy means of support: There 's ,lvd by the Senate and House of .u Ives of the United StatC3 of Amer asseaibled, That the Secretary . . -.or is hereby directed to reserve . t annui...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 9 July 1870

TI3E WEEKLY- AKIIDNAS ' ikdi&x worship at tub east. THE J.NDIAX WAR AND GEN. STONEMAN- The Indian policy to bo puraued in Arizona under the provisionu of the order regulating the duties of post commanders in the new depart" rnenr, promises to be the most wide-a.wake and efficient over adopted toward the Apaches. . True it is, that for nearly two years we havo had an active war, nn energetic war, a war which has curbed forever the career of many a BAT ana stilled forever many a cruel, Wood- stained hand ; but it ban been a cruel ,fgr act because it spread desolation and destruction among the mountain horde, leaving, (as Friend Vircent would represent it), widow ed mothers and orphan children of the race of the red man, without food or shelter. No, we do not charge that from any infliction of pun ishment on the Indian this war has been cruel; bat we charge that in overtaxing the energies "of the limited number of troopa in tho Territory th cruelty of this war has had its existence...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 9 July 1870

.1870. I MATTEES. :CT5BMSC3ECK1 ): 5ii.uay lest, Mr. lerkes, oil , .-..a Puss with a tram ot . agons, '"at Mexcal Rauch, near the ' -.- mi a pary of 40 Indians. iwijvmua t' tirst rush as to lance one mule, 'jCa'.li of the animal. They were ,,v :iToilej ivom the. teamster's K'--urZ ut t horses and one .r no-v seemed to nuderstatsd that Vdhe wrong party; so picking "carcass of their fallen brother - x, rxes and his teamsturs an . n.vreil and started on a "dog's t'-o nearest mountain pass. . On Monday last our genial old . i.ue returned from a prolonged nnat in til ft White Moun- " ng3 the most pleasing accounts , to the Indiaus now on trcaly at jejr re.ervation denenbed else ;;5!,Me .f to-day has, he says, an . f.j;iure miles. There where, at Vi't tLo post, some sixteen days . ; 1,1)0 Indiana on the reservation, .r, v.ii'MS from the quartermaster's . They appear contented and fifTfirPil their services to the j Ct officer whenever he may be plas tii as allies i) gainst tho Pinals ' dp ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 9 July 1870

QQumimti uLiniim iu ljm iu.miftiuiMttiPiuuijiie JOINT RESOLUTION to correct an error in the i enrolment of a joint resolution tbroin named. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the leoeed section of the join resolution "au thorising the salo of certain lands at Spring field, Massachusetts, and for other porpo3e3," approved May fourth, eighteen hundred and seventy, be so amended that it will read "That Bjers street, heretoforo opened,1' &c, instead of "Ryera street,"' as it was errone ously enrolled. Approved, Juno 6, 1870- Aa:i3X Zbcee.n'dorf Atonquerque N. M, AN ACT cr&ating an additional land district in tho Territory of Colorado. Bo it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America n in Congress assembled, That all thut portion of tho Territory of Colorado embraced in the following described limits, to wit ; Commenc ing at the eastern boundary of the Territ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 16 July 1870

1- Vol 3. UCSOjN1, A. T.. SATURDAY. JULY 1870. No 27 ii IVKEKLY ARIZONA N l.'-sv journal oBvuiciu 1 rests ol Arwoaa whj. I UsLcd nJ Saturday at Tucson, A. Tk 1 TCI F TnTTnn Terms of Subscription, r nv. one year S7,00 " ',x months :. $4.00 , :,,r three nonths 2,00 . , er.ch 25 ,.n.u&tbepaidinvariablyiiial trance Advertising Bates, r'.ir- per square for the first insertio ' ..i, r ilr each subsequent uisertio ia r'l'iCiA JL. LAWS or THE KITED STATES rAS.sti AT TUC Lr,1oXD bESSiON OF THE i j noicnd aa ast ontitled "An act to , , tuts District of Columbia a house of :or Loys," approved July 25, lSOS. i.'.eci by the Senate and House of . ires of the United States of Amer i. ;r nssercibled. That, the bonrd of j t '. e house of correction, which ahsl . u i n ana aosiguaten as ine ne ;';Le District of Columbia, may, ; ' -r. tier:, teceivo, take and keep in ; i.mV care, control, and custody : v L under the age of sixteen who ; !,:y L- liable to punishment by im ' aiiJtr any existing law ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 16 July 1870

' 1 I J rsrfn vcttju tat -r a TTin-M atvt l HON". 1 TV JULY 16... 1870. ,mj.f'M JIOWBT AND ROUTE. !yg"totliiiiM!icjjmui: 'THE A i: shall !,,. ft,.- ' SUPP" Yuma, instead 'tran8Prlcd bv of Fort mag - of through Mexico from Guay- Mr. U A pre3S: -owrj starts t Jwith the purpose of im- in tu public wjjrh, the belief that tha erestsof Arizona are about to bo sacrificed Under this decision; but in no atatemont con- letfr ' ft& CaIifo:nIa of June Hh- publishes a THE FEELING TOWARD CUBA. fr 7 . . Uou- jlW,c Mowry, BeUin, . r i n..u r..rl'u in fhn viTj oi mat eP J It must bo pftiniui w , to the action of the W "'uu,a- "" nmtd States who have como httfeer for tV a . , Department in h- . ...,.. nf qeekin? but a tormat acKeotrwpr- .., , .. , Army supplies lor Arizona meat from our government, as &3 to evarv lover of libartj, to tw tks farcical char acter of the sympathy extfQf.'ed to thoso strug gling petriota. ' JVo'ti thg President down to the lowest gov ernment official in Washington...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 16 July 1870

iajiaiij;.Mii..'njiMULuji,nm:iiamuminmmai luct 'TP U ( , ft MIjUVifLLI jJJJ-- . .IS70. -fTjAL 3ATTES3. T , iWora Jude Anderson iiA " ,jte C art, oo Tuesday last, the case -iaes Leonoldo Canllo was I, r trial. This was an action ' Jji-ndant with haviug obtained pt:es5n of a house at the Rillito .tcj') ei by the plaintiff. The c&se I ij Granvillo H. Owry for the , . a.i i J- E. McCaffry for the defence. uCi -jj.Iuced showed clearly that Don , ..er0Qi without nulhorityof law; and urneJa verdict in his favor. t'stratc Sleyers, on Tuesday even- iicary examination m the case of . i'p of Arizona w. Charle3 Naylor, This case consists in an indictment ;.:ccny against the said Naylor who ,,-jcje in tho office of the quarter- k; Caa? Grant, upon the complaint of i.tC.sOn, A, A. Q. M. at that post, .-..-baton or about 'the 30th of June u,e3 of quartermaster's property . ,v i : i r aniu via l iui ii 1,11 it n r.n vjuarttrma?ter s department and T..u-d to Tccson. The defendant 7 taken the pro...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 16 July 1870

nny seven members of said 1 10 aj, aiHemi or repeHl th act expedient, and corporation, the onrrtr hl'.np OltC. caid corporation at their annual meeting shall have power to loot a president anu a trea surer, who shall give bond in the sum of ten thousand dollars, lor the faU'jfu! discharge of thu do ties of his office, and nil feueh oihor of ficers as ma j be deemed necessary; wh'ch olficara shall coniinne in office one year, and until othwa arc chosen in their ebtead, and all officers so chosen shall be under oath to the JaUhful discharge of the dutiea of their offices, rapeciielj. Ssc. 4. And bo it farther enacted, That said corporation may receive on deposit, for the use and benefit of thedepoiitors all suras of money offered for that purjwjse. All such sums may "he invested in the 6tck of any bank incorpor ated by Congress, o may bo loaned on interest to aav such bank, o: may be loaned on bondi or notes, with collateral security of the stokes of such banks at not more that ninety...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 30 July 1870

Vol 3. TUCSON, A. T.. SATURDAY. JULT80, 1870, No 29- WwEMLY ARIZONA N la(erest of Arizona Territory. .yVjed every Saturday at Tucson, A, p, Ti DO ONER Editor. Terms of Subscription, L C py oue year 7,0U , .rC, SIS U1UXUU3 'U.-three months 2.00 . 3 cumbers, each . 25 lv;puonsmustbepaidinvariabiymadvance AnVertisinS" Eates. L pilars per square for the first insertio dollar t&r eacn suoaequent tnsertio )f FICI At. r LAWS of hie 'SITED STATES PASSED AT THE :.'0XD SESSION OF toE foRTl-FIKST CONGRESS. 1T toicnforco the right of citizens oftho r u files to vota in tho ssveral States of ,;a, and for other purposes . (Meted by tho Senate and House of i .Inures of the United Statos of Amer- ti -'rdss assembled, That all citizouB J.'.cJ, btates who are or shall be otuer :ed bv law to vote at any election ! 'v, copiaia an any Stat, Territory, dia- iOaairj city, pirish, township, sehool , .aiui(Jipa!'iiv, or other territorial sub- ti scan oe c.it:iieu unu anuweu 10 vote 1 ,1 - "l! 1 J? 1 - I...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 30 July 1870

'' L . -i-k T-n -k-xT 4 A7 I This .-rinftitinn nt t ?H1 WEEKiil AiUflUiMut at present, -nings does sot evidently ex- flrnailn -te uovemor ot Minnesota JULY 30. .1870. THE wiSTIS DANGER.; Perhs at no day slice the echo of the sav n.o rar-'whoop died a ay among the forests of w the indications of a combine and bloody Indian war bssumed a graver .1 . L.oonnf in mQc aeter than tuey " t jC or our Western State and Territories. 1 ' ,0Ugi10utthe States an.1 iemiorie "--as, iiinnesola, Wyoming, Montana, Dakc, tSj Colorado, New Mexico aud Arizona, ibe work of devastation at the hands 01 s?.vaes, progresses with as much earnestness ? nd ferocity as it did in those days when Damp. t liooiie fought for vengeance . . , t t 1 1 and won ine nngacet era 0f nnraortal tame, From cviry point i'.t jue West the came cry goes forth to W cshinjjton for protection j life and Tor tv nnoii the frontiers ; for vgn . - geance the aath rs of misery infinitely more appalling than death itself; and the "response ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 30 July 1870

.1870. War; -We object to the belligerent aspect of affairs in Europe principally for tins reason, that it is exercising its baleful influence anions I our hitherto modest and good looking citizens j of German and French parentage. It was , owing to a debate upon the possible and proba- Tisr.uX Isdiass : A private J bio issue ot the war, on Tuesday evening, th.it ok .nnM'7Pi us of a rowin" ocumuer maUe a gug'ng demonstration to aPaPP""3 usot " " ward theejesofFn.nciswhoae.TmDaihi.Hhan- i" . i . i Tnilifinc nt tha White Tai5 is wd t0 navc ar'sen tom a 'oaBTlon the part of a chief nam- ' ih.lW w contended, that be - 1'a V -v J 3 it. 4 undo which uarap vru auu iuo i aimiHtarr reservation are lo . rt Oi r , forfflMl's hunt'nS ground, he e raorja favors at the nanus oi uoi. 'L cooroa'niing officer, than any of chiefs.1 ifc even evmceu aissaus '" tai thel rations issued to the set- sre npt dispensea mrouga mm- , :nally tareatenea w ma muu the reservation u uis uigmiy were 1 rronizd. The C...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 30 July 1870

er "refuse to comply with his dulj, or-any law- regulating the same ; or knowingly and wil fully receive the voe of any person not entitled to vote, or reiuoo 10 receive uie vote 01 any nerson entitled to vote ; "or aid, counsel, pro cure or advise any such voter, person or officer to do any act hereby made a crime, or to omit . . .1 -,.- -L. i i any duty me oinissipn oi wmeu is iiereoy maua u crime, or attempt to ao to, every sucn person shall be deemed guilt? of a crime, and shall for such crime be liable to prosecution m any court of the united states ot competent juris diction, and or. conviction thereof, shall be uunished by a fiue riot exceeding live hundred dollars, or by imprisonment for a term not ex ceeding three years, .or both, in tuo discretion of the court, and Ehall pay the cost3 of prose1 nution. I Snc 20. And be it further enacted, That if nt sdt registration oil voters for an election ior representative or delegate in the Congress of the United states any person en...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 13 August 1870

-.- ''jr- - ! Y A 1 1 Z 0 3L Jla lit e e Dr., rW.:i . bi.3i TUCSON, A. T.B SATURDAY. AUGUST 13, 1870. No 31 7.. EfM Or aia t "7 dJ ' a-.. 'lent ,4 enti J 63 d t; I D.l! Jterfc. j be rJ 1 Sir! CI h. J 7F- A R TZO NA N I- j'.,,VJ3-x " ir journal devoledto t He sts of Arizona Territory. j. ri rr ed cUry fraturoay at suctun, x. P, Editor. Terms of Subscription, r.rr.oyear, 87,00 1 - S4.UU Mi giiw-" Y,r three months -.00 jnbets.each .,, oni.nustbepaidinvanablyinadvance Advertising Eates. J .;!,irter square for the first insortio collar or each subsequent insertio p F I C I A It, LAWS OP THE SITED STATES TASSED AT IDE h,)ND SESSION OF THE , -j, prqrido for tho creation of corpora. iio District ol uoiunima uy general 5'i-t5k?5cf an j such company shall apvytny dividend the payment of . d render it insolvent, or which 4 i.:n.ah the amount of its capital .-..v 4bu.Il ho jointly and severally j; ail th-' debts of the company then -, tni i-ir all that shall be thereafter i . ifuile they shall ...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 13 August 1870

THB WEEKLY AXUSONAN AUGUST .1870. EsaBsessresssass XUS "BURRO." If any party connected with the Barro tniries ever ssrious.'y doubted their immense value, or warded the enthns'asm of tho sanputne as an indication of their ignorance -or inexperi ence, such party may now set aside, all sceptic iam and take an unobstructed view of the grandest reality uion the continent. The Burro lias proven itaelf, or the researches of mineralogists have proven it equal to the most ,Teiaiggaraied representations," as ft San Fran cisco sceptic Inw been pleased to term certain reports. To ol)taiu a satisfactory view of this vast 'treasure it id not necessary that the tourist ex tend hw views Ifsyoudthe "Barro"' proper the ns:no "Burro" which was given to" the original diaeovery having gradually extended over the entire district. Here enough may be seen to satisfy the greatest doubter. Upon a net-work pf quartz ledges, presented to view whichsoever " way the eye may turn, scores of men at work sinking s...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 13 August 1870

Ji-Z -r 1870. re- ersnd Bobbery Dy Indians. . .nmescar painful duty to outrage by Indians resulting in ''t men. the probable capture - - i . i r, wwonnri tt rii ir i . j desiruuuu" Am six thousand aouarB : un thn 5th mst mo?, vena- . .ft. . i t imn pmnloves. left for '. . . . enden with two wsguno iuo.UCu .ao'sef-r A. Lazard, trader at . "oa the afternoon of Sunday, IS miles from the post and known as Dajis' Spring, tue wag- ,anded bv a large band of Indians Hr. Yeaablo aud one of the toam- '.x-e-a The other teamster is sup "tl letn taken prisoner asliis body "! fuunJ. 'ihe news of tho affair .,- tto Camp Crittenden by the cx- . r.nm Tucson who, on Sunday nigbt, j ray to that post discovered boxes 5 cf merchandise strewn along tho ,fm- stance, and finally reached jCiCabe found sacked and desert t ijiog called several times and to receive any answer, he became i.e Indians had been at work .. i.ot leave any part of it un . proceeded to Crittenden and L ainianding officer, Capt. Mol '....

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Arizonian. — 13 August 1870

WlLIJAX Zst KEKDORP k TucAp, T. Aason ZncKENiiosp Louis Zeckexdoef Alourjtfertfue N. M, No 19 Dey St.N. Y A. & L. ZEUKENDOHF .iat;mj-Biu-lw.uiiui.n-i,mmJ'-'?:y: the. attendance ofitaessee by attachment, the same as josticeg of the peace. Said corporation may inflict fines upon any of its members, and eo!Iet tbe same, for bre'aah of the provisions of the constitution or by-iawa ; but no fine shail ic any case exceed twenty-five dollars. Such fines may be col lectd by action of debt, brought in the name of tbe corporation, before any jnaice of the peace, against .the pereon upon whom the fine shall have been imposed. Said corporation tlinll have no power or au thority to do or carry on any busiuese except such as is usual in tbe management and con duet of boards of trade " or clambers of com merjse, and aa provided for in the foregoing sections of this act. IUIXUoId UOMl'AXIKS IN TUB DISTRICT OP CO LUMBIA, Sec. 7. And be iifurthernacted, That any number of peraona, not jets thau s...

Publication Title: Weekly Arizonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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