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BBkEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
TUCSON, A. T. .!'.'
USaary 2d 1809-tf
Wotice is hereby given tliatfrom
and after the FIRST DAY of MAY, lSG'J, I
Lava censed to bo a member of tho Pirm of
HINTON HOOPER & Co.
' Arizona City, A, T., May 1, 18C9. 3mjfml5
Mr. FRANCIS HIN.TQN having retired, from
tho Firm, of HINTON, HOOPER & Co., tho
- '!lT 1 xt .ill '... . . I
business itiu uo conimaea-Dyino unuersignou un
der the firm narao pf HOOPER WIUXING '& Co.
All outstanding accounts and all claims against
the old firm will bo settlod by tho undersigned.
- -"Wilt B. HOOPER
Arizona City A. T.,
May 1, 1869.
Av Hs WHITING
Ja3. M. BARNEY
Jko. S. CARR
J LORD W. W. WILLIAMS
If JLORD & WILLIAMS.
7ING just brought onlrom JNew xorK
RpOICE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE,
Buffering the same very cheap for cash.
ELiOOK Ul Our guuuo aim jjiu-.co.
jm Jan. 1 ,'C9.
G. II. OURY,
K.ttorney and Counselor at lav
Umce in uourt-nouse liuuuing
TUCSON, A. .
rsSwindcrsigned having leased the above Sa
llopi, is prepared to furnish his friends and
Ejiqudrs and Cigars.
OSEER BDTGniiR SHOP.
GEORGE F- FOSTER.
at the OLD STAND on .Main Street,
TUCSON, A. J.
IS ready to i supply all . customers in
J his line with as good beef and at as
Ut, low rates as. tan 'be done elsewhere
Jan. 1st 1869.
TUCSON, A. T.
Constantly on hand.
A. LEVJN & J. GOLDTREE.
Wi w, 18G9 ii-t'f. ; ' ' ; ' : . '
US uiiccrsicncd would resnnMfifH
BSat thoy iave just opened a now stock, of goods
1S3S001)S' GR0CERIES, HARDWARE,.. &c.
fendfare prepared to sell on thn i;-o fn,i lot i:
taseltic upon the Lnxrnr Snn Pn,irrt furti,
IplOgae ors of a largo Asequie and will allow water
iMhgltakcn from it by actual settlers' fmo of charge
. , m ISRAEL & COX.
gamp Grant J, T.,X)ot: 2d 1S68. ' tf
" OP THE
PASSED AT THE
EIRST SES8JON OF THE
PRAT?T. Cm mTTnr.rvT . y
ISeSESnd flr" ru",rtl'a,rca at tbis establish
&ffifc!7.?,tha blacksmith line doro
BsSks oAVA u"u "ispatch.
A u, iiivanu rropnetors;
. Jan. 1st, 'GS)' r'-
MF- L HODGES,
AUUSON. A. T.
no -a. i..
ffiur"' ""inorsand Cigars.
AN ACT to amend "An act regulating tho tenuro
of certain oivil offices.' '
Beit enacted by the S.enate and Houso-of
Representative's of theynited States of America
in Congres3 assembled, That the first and
second sections of an act entitled "An Act regu
lating the tenure of certain civil offices,"
passed "March two, eighteen hundred and sixtyi
seven, be, and the same are hereby, repealed 5
and in lieu of said repaeled sections the fol
lowing are hereby enacted :
That every person holding any civil office to
which he has been or hereafter may be ap
pv. j - .v-uum.iraiia cuiraeni ui
the Senate, and wliotfhall have become duly
qualified to act therein, shall he entitled to hold
such office during the term for which he shall
have been appointed, iinl.ess sooner removed
by and with the advice and consent of the
Semite, or by the appointment, with the like ad
vice and consent, of a successor in his place7
except as herein otherwise provided.
Sec. 2. And be. it furtJier enacted, That
during any recess of'the Senate the President
is hereby empowered, in 'lii3 discretion, to sus
pend any civ.il officer appointed by and with the.
adyiceand consent of the Senate, except judges
of the United 'States courts, until the end of 'the
next session of the Senate, and tb designate
some suitable person, subject to be removed in
his discretion by the designation of another, to
perform the duties of such suspended officer in
the meairtlnie'; and' such person so designated
shall ta"ke the oaths and give the bonds re
quired by law to be taken and given by the sus
pended officer, and shall, during the time he
performs his duties be entitled to the salary
and emoluments of such office;nopartof which
shall belong 16" the officer suspended; and ij
shall be the dutypf the President within thirty
days after' the commencement ot. each session
of the Senate, except for any office which in hia
opinion ought not to be filled, to nominate per
sons to fill allfVacaneies in office which existed
at the meeting of the Senate, whether tempo
rarily filled or not, and also in the. place of all
officers suspended ; and if the Senate during
3uch session shall refuse to advise and consent
to an appointment in the place of any susr.
penqed omQer, then, and .not otherwise, the
President shall nominate another person as
soon Jis practicable to said session of the Senate
for said office.
Sec. 3. KnUbcit further enacted, That section
three of the act to which this is an ameLdinent
oe. amenaeu py inserting alter ,tne word resig
.nation,':' in-line three of said section, the fol
lowing: "or expiration of term of office."
Approved April 5, ISGft. ' '
; AN AC
I tbrabolUh the offico.of chief of sCnfltol y
" th"-Gcar6fiihb-army; " " s f' 'fu,
Be it enacted by the Scuate and House of
ltepresentatwe3 oi tip United fctates of Amer
ica in Congress assembled, That the office of
chief of staff with the rank of brigadier general
to the1 General commanding the army be, and
the same is hereby, abolished.
Seo. 2. And' be it further enacted, That-all
laws and parts of Iaw3 inconsistent with the
provisions of this act be, "and the 'same are
Approved, April 3, 1869'
AN-AlDT'to amend an act cntitlod "an act to
provido a national currency securod by a pledgo of
unitea states ponas, anu to provide for tho circu
lation and rddomption thereof' approved Juno
third,:eigh$con hundred andsixtyfQur,,by extend
ing certain penalties to accessories".
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of 'the United States of Ameri
ca in. Congress' assembled. That every person
who shall aid or abet any officer or agent of any
association in doing any ot tue acts enumerated
in section fifty-fire of an act entitled "An act
to provide a national currency secured by a
pledge of'Unifed States bonds, and to provido
for the circulation arid redemption' thereof,"
approved June third, eighteen hundred and
sixty-four, with intend to defraud or deceive,
shall 'be' liable to the same punishment therein
provided for the principal.
Approved, April 6; 1869.
JOINT RESOLUTION to supply omissions in tho
enrplment .of certain appropriation acts approved
Maron third, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine,
B.e it Iicsoked bv the. Senate -nd Hoase of
Representatives of the United States of Amer
ica in Congress assembled, That the following
-terns, .omitted in the enrolment of appropriation
acts approved March third, eighteen hundred
and sixty-nine, be, and the same are hereby,
as amended, made yalid portions of the acts
from which they were omitted, viz i
In the "act making appropriations for the
legislative, executive, aud judicial expenses of
the government for iheyear ending the thirtieth
.... ...w y.rriT-7"' ll v.T'mm- rnr T'njj ' unci
thd proviso to tire paragraph commencing "For
salaries and expenses of collectors, assessors,
assistant assessors revenue agents' &c, iusert:
" Frovided further, That after the passage of
this act the proprietors of' all-internal revenue
bonded warehouses shall reimburse to the
United States the expenses and salary of all
storekeepers or Other officers in charge of sach
warehouses," and the same shall be paid into the
treasury anil accounted for'like Other public
i u ' .
In the "act making appropriations for sundry
civil expenses of the government 'for the year
ending' 'June thirtieth, 'eighteen hundred and
seventy, and' for other 'purposes." under the
heading "Public Buildingjind Grounds," before
the' item "For pay of lamplighters, gass-fitting,''
&c, insert "For lighting the Capitol and Presi.
dent'c house and public grounds around them
andiaround the executive offices,, thirty thou
sand dollars."' i
Approved. March 29, 1869. .
JOINT RESOLUTION to facilitato .the construc
tion of the custom house t"Bangbr,(Mainc
Be it resolved br the Senate' and House of
Representatives of the United States of Amer
ica in Congress essembled, that the Secretary
of the Treasury be authorized to make a presecl
application of the twentyfive-thousand dollars
appropriated at the last session of the fortieth
Congress for the Bangor custom.-house and
public buildings, the same to be applied to the
"use p'rovided in said appropriation, not hereby
increasing the said appropriation as heretolore
made; ' ' 1
' i Approved, April 3', T'869."'
of the said absentee Shuwnees in said lands' was.
and is absolutely forfeited by reason of their.,
continued absence and non-affiliation with tho t
said Shawnee tribe ; and whereas the said lands .
were ordered to ba publicly sold at the United J
State? land office at Topeka, August third,
eighteen hundred and sixty-three, by Abraham
Lincoln, President, by his proclamation dated
March twentieth, anno Domini eighteen hun
dred and sixty three, and by reason of the ab
sence of large numbers of said settlers- from''
their homes in the. federal armies the sale was
indefinitely postponed: Therefore,
Jicsolved by the Senate and House of Rep. '
resentatiye3.of the United States of America
in Congress assembled, That each bona fido
settler now occupying said lands and having
made improvements thereon, or the heirs at
law of such, who is a citizen of the United
States, or who has declared his intention to. 4
become such, shall be entitled to purchase the
land so occupied and improved by him, not to '
exceed one hundred arid sixty acres in each' '
case, at the price of two dollars and fifty cenla
per acre, under such rales and regulations as
the Secretary of the. Interior shall prescribe :
Provided, hoioevcr, That the proceeds of said
sales shall be applied in accordance with the
provisions of tho treaty between the United
States and the said Shawnee Indians, pro-
claimed Notveraber second, anna Domini eight- .,
teen hundred and fifty-four.
Approved, April 7, 1869.
RESOLUTION relating to go-rernment build
ings at Fort Totten, Dakota Territory.
Jte.olvcd by the Senate and House of Reprc
sentatives of the United States of America in
Congress assembled, That the Secretary of War
be, and he hereby is, authorized and empowered';
to direct the necessary buildings at Fort Totten, ,
Dakota Territory, to be consructed of brick, and
to accept those at said fort already consructed
at material will not he more ex-
SuihluffrY o. th:
pensive than buildings of wood : and provided-
further, That no appropriation will be neces
Approved, April 6, 1869.
A RESOLUTION respecting tho pay and allow
ances of enlisted men of the army
Resolved by the Senate and House of repre
sentatires.of the United States of America in
Congress assembled, That the pay and allow
ance ojf the enlisted men of the army shall re
main as now fixed by law until the thirtieth of;
June, eighteen hundred, and seventy:,
Approved, April 6, 1869.
A RESOLUTION for tho relief o;f f ottlers upon
tho ab3outco 'Shawnee lands in Kansas.
Whereas a large "tract of lands set apart by
ia treaty with the Shawnee tribe of Indians,
I'dafed'May tenth,'anno Domini eighteen hun
dred add fif:y-four, and proclaimed November
i i: . t-.' .l--L 1 .1 1 -...,1
secor.u, anno jjomiiu . e iguieou iiuuurcu auu
fifty-four, ijsr the bestefu oicfri.ain absentees of
'the said Shawnee tri-be-, in u-v-y, and for many
year's i hsr1 has been, oecup&d bira large num
ber of white settlers and citizens W tifc' 'State
o K.i3;.s; and. whereas the beneficial interest
JOINT RESOLUTION authorizing. tho building-
of a railroad bridge- over the Ohio river at Pa-'-
ducah, Kentucky. - i -
Be it Resolved by the Senate- and House-of i
Representatives ofthe United States of America
in Conres3 assembled, That the consent iof )
Congress be, and the sama is hereby, given to- -
!the erection of a railroad bridge over the Ohio .t
river from the' city of Paducah,. Kentucky, to,.'
the Slate of Illinois, by the Paducah and Gulfr.
Railroad Company and such others as may as- '
sociate'with them for that purpose under tins
laws ofthe States of Kentucky and ..Illinois,.
Provided, that said bridge is built wth an un
broken or continuous span of not less than four .
hundred feet in tho clear, from pier to. pier,,
over the main channel of the river, .and is built
in all otliQr respects- in accordance with tbe
cQnditions, and limitations of an act entitled
f 'An act to. establish, certain post roads," ap
'proved.July fourteenth. eighteen hundred and
sixty-two; that said bridge, when completed it .
the manner specified in this resolution, shall be
deemed and taken to-be-a-legal structure, and
shalfba-a' post road for the transmission of tho
mails of'the United States r bdt ' Congress
reserves the right to withdraw the absent hereby
given in case the free navigation of said river
shall at ;uiy time be Substantially and materia T
ally obstruct-"" br any bridge to be erected s'
under, jthe authority M' this 'regolutidi, or. to.',
direct tha ti&ees.;wy niodificationsjuixi altera--
ioiu ofjAi-1 brW; "' ! ' ' ' '. l' -
Approved, April I, 1839.