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Tuqson, A. T., Saturday, June 12, 186
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PASSED AT THE
"FIRST SESSION OF THE
ror Duuauis atagenciesana repak&tl
fiye thousand dollars. w
For provisions for Indians YisUingjtnperiki-
tendencies and agencies ten thausariSldollars.
BSrOBWEYS AND COUNSELORS, AI
TUCSON, 4 T.
LORD W. W. WILLIAMS
SiOREI & WILLIAMS.
A'SiyG just brought on .from 2Tcw lork
ortJ.KHmCE STOCK OP MERCHANDISE',
(Tollering the shims very en cap tor cuan.
5ok at ot' r goods an.d prices.
Jan. 1 , ty.
G. II. OUItY,
rney and Counselor at lav
tlicc in Court-house Building
TUCSON. A. ' .
icrsigned having leased the above Sa-
is prepared to furnish his friends and
Uc with, a general assortment of Wines,
BEGR ni'TCIIKR simi
VijU s l AN ) on Main Street,
TUCSON. A. T.
IS ready to supply all customers in
ihis lino with as cood Wf r,J nt
low rates as taa be done oUowhere
Jan. 1st 1869.
enleGERBEER. ALE and PORTER
""HIHI Constantly on lmnrl
A. LEyiN, & J. GOLDTREE.
1, 186ft .11 -tf.
pIP GRANT STOBE
icerigne4 would, respectfully announce
ley have just opened a new stock of coods
iESP5' GR0CERIES HARDWARE, Jfcc.
geParett to sell on, the "live and lot live"
" yaoai settlers frno of charge
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HHiPEARL ST. IUCS0N AT J
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2ESY & ETCHET, Proprietors.
Jan. 1st, '69
1 consLintlTT i - ,
lit T.n 11 "u 'gura.
AN ACT making appropriation for tho cur
rent and contincent expenses of tho Indian, do
partmont, and for fulfilling iroaty stipulationf ,
with various Indian tribes for tho year endinp;
Juno thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House o
Representatives of the United States of Amr-r
ica iu Congress assembled, I hat the tullowui
suras be, and they are hereby, appropriated
out flf any money in the.treasury not other tvise
appropriated, for the purpose of paying the
current and contingent, expenses pi uie Jjaaio.ii
department and fulfilling treaty- stipulations
with the various Indian tribes :
Fqr the current and contingent -expenses
of the Jndian depa rtrapnt, namely :
For the pay of eleyen superintendents of
Indian affairs and of fifty-nine India n agents.
one hundred and fourteen thousand seveahun-
d.red dollars, as follows:
Sy?EUINTKN WESTS, 0 IX.DJAN AFP-UHS.
Two superin teiiden, for the "tribes east of
tbe Rocky mo'un.tainp.o.n.a for Or egon; one fo
Washington 'J "e :ritory; one for the territory o
New Mexico; one for t(he Territory of Utah
one for California ; on,?. forNovada; one fo
the Territory of Arizona ; one for Montana
and one for lldalio.
Three for the- tribes in Oregon ; four for the
tribes i,a New MiexijqQ,; one additional, for In
dians in New M exiQQ,one for the tribes in New
Mexico: one for the. tribes in Utah: one ad
ditional for the Indians iin Utah ; one for the
tribes, in the Ter ritpry of Utah; eleven for the
tribes east of the Ropy m ountains ; two for the
tribes east of the Rpeky mountains ; four for
the Indians east of the Rocky mountains, viz;
SiouJ and Semin oles the Omaha, Kickapoo,
jvansa,s, and Neo sho agencies , three for the
tribes east of the HoQkj Mountains ; one foe
the Indians in the State of jNew York; one for
the Delaware Indians.; one for Green Bay,
Wisconsin ; three for,.tJie tribes in Washington
Territory ; one for the.Wicb atas and neighbor
ing tribes west of the. Choctaws and Chicka
5 ; one for tine tribes east of the Eocky
mountains ; one for the. In-dians in the Terri
tory of N.ew Mexico ; onQ.for the Ponca tribe;
one for the Pawnees ;: one for the Yancton
Sioux ; three for the tr,ibes in the Territory
of Washington; one for, the Grand River and
Uintah bands of Indiana iu the Territory of
Colorado ; two for the Upper .Missouri and the
country adjacent thereto ; one for the Ottawas,
Chippewas of Swan creek and Black river, and
Christian Indians in Kansas. ; three agents for
the State of California; one for the Kiowa,
Apache, and Camanche Indians ; one for the
Sisseton and Warpeton bands of Dakota or
Sioux Indians ; one for th bands of Sacs and
Ep,es of the Mississippi, now in Tama county,
Iowa; one for tho Indians, in the State of Ne-
yada, and one for the Crpw tribe of Indians :
provided, That it shall.be th.e duty of the Presi
dent to dispense with the services of such In
dian agents and superintendents herein men
tioned, as may be practicable; and where it is
iracticable, he shall requjije the same person
to perform the duties of two. agencies or super-
ntendencies for one .salary.
Eor pay of sub-agents, three in Ogden and
two in Washington Territory, sjx thousand dol-
Eor, pay of clerk to superintendent of cen
tral superirttendency, one. thousand six hun
For pay of clerk to superintendent of Indian
affairs in California, one1 thousand eight hun
dred dollars. t
For pay of temporary clerks toVauBerln
pendents, live thousand dollars.
Fov contingencies of the Indian deparijr.ent,
twenty-live thousand dollars.
fror vaccination of Indians and fJrEjshing
ve.ccine matter, two thousand five hnnupjd do!
f For fulfilling treaty stipulations vjith, various
Indian tribes :
For, third of twenty payments to be made
during the pleasure of Congress, to be expend"
ed at the discretion of the President, in such
articles, goods, and provisions as hs may from
time to. time determine, ten thousand dollars of
which may be expended in the purchase of
stock, animals, and agricultural implements,
n instructing iu agricultural and mechanical
pursuits, in employing mechanics, in educating
itb,eir children, providing necessary and proper
medicines and medical attendance, care for
and support of their aged infirm,, and sick, for
their helpless orphans, and in any other respect
to promote their civilization, comfort and im
provement, and aLso for pay of head chief,
thirty thousand dollars'.
ARICKABEE3, GR0S VENTRES, AXD M.VKDAXS.
For third payment, to be made during the
pleasure of congress, to be expended in such
goods, provisions, and other articles as the
President may from time to time determine' five
thousand of which may be expended in the pur
chase of stock animals and agricultural im
plements, in instructing in agricultural and me
chanical pursuits, in employing mechanics,
educating their children, providing medicines
and medical attendance, care for and support
of the aged, sick, and infirm, for the helplees
orphans of said Indians, and in any other res
pect to promote theic civilization, comfort and
improvement, and. also for pay of head chief,
soldier chiefs, second chief, and Pierre Gav
neanx, for his ser,viiy53 to the Arickarees, forty
ArACHES, KI0WAS AND 00MAXCHES.
For second of thirty instalments, to be ex
pended un der the tenth article of treaty of Oc
tober twenty first, eighteen hundred and. sixty
seven, eon eluded at Medicine Lodge Creek, in.
Kansas, with the Kiowas and Comauches, and
under the fcliird article of the treaty of the same
date made -with the Apaches, thirty thousand
For purchass of clothing, under the same ar
tide and (treaty, twenty-six thousand dollars.
For the construction of five buildings, for
carpenter, farmer, blacksmith, miller and en
gineer, under the fourth article of the above
named treaty, seven thousand five hundred and
eighty-two dollars and fifty cents.
For the erection of a steam circular saw-mi j
with a grist mill and shingle machine attached
nder the same article of the same treaty, eihi.
For pay of farmer, carpenters, blacksmith,
miller, and engineer, under the fourteenth. arti
cle of aid treaty, three thousand r,ine hundred
and fifty dollars,
For salary of a physician unfor same article
of saad treaty, one thousand two hundred dol-
For.-salary, of! a teacher, nnder same article,
For the construction of a school honse or misi
sion building, under fourth article of same trea
ty, three thousand seven hundred and ninety
one dollars and fifty cents.
For huilding a dwelling-house on the reser
vation for Tosh-ewa or Silver Brooch, the
o i, u.-.- j .t .. .
uuiuub cuiw, unuer me niteenta article ot
same treaty, se,ven hundred and fifty dollars.
For the first- of three instalments, to be
expended in presents to the ten persons of said
tribes Tvho in the judgment of the agent, may
grow the most valuable crop3 for,- the.-period
named, nnder the same article, five-haudred
Kiowas, "nfnd Comauches, under same article,
five thousand dollars,
For this amount to pay J. C, D. Blackbnrn
for subsistence furnished to the friendly Kiowa
Comanche, and Apache Indians, and to the
Wichita and other affiliated bands ofi" "
Indians within the Wichita agency,, at Fort
Cobb, in the Indian territory, one hundred andt
twenty five thousand dollars; Provided, That
the s.aid sum, if accepted, shall be in full for the
claim of said Blackburn, as above stated
SOUTHERN CHEYEN-XES AXI) XORTHERX ARAPAIIOES
For fulfilling treaty stipulation with the nor-,
them Cheyenne and Northern Arapahoe In
dians, under treaty ol'May tenth, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-eight, for the fiscal year ending
June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy ;
for construction of school-house, per fourth,
article treaty May tenth, eighteen hundred and
sixtjveight, fire tiwusand. dollars.
For first of thirty instalments for purchase of
clothing, per sixth article treaty May tenth,
eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, for the fiscal
year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred
and seventy, ten thousaud dollars.
For first of ten instalments to he expende J
by the Secretary of the Interior, ( ten dollars
for each Indian roaming: nine hundred and.
sixty souls,) in the purchase of such articles as--from,
time to time the condition and necessities
of the Indians may indicate to be proper, per
sixth article treaty May tenth, eighteen hundred
and sixty-eight, for the fiscal year ending June
thirtieth,, eighteen hnndred and seventy, nno
thousand six hnudred dollars.
For first of four instalments to furnish said
Indians with flour and meat, per sixtli article
treaty May tenth, eighteen hundred and sixty
eight, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,
eighteen hundred and seventy, sixty-six thou
sand five hundred and seventy-six dollars.
For the purchase of cows end oxens, per sixth,,
article treaty May tenth, eighteen hundred and.
sixty-eight, ten thousand dollar?
For salary of physician, twcve unn(jrc( fJ qV
Iars; teacher, one thousand dollars; carper ' '
seven hu ndred and twenty dollars ; miller . Kr'
hundred and twenty dollars; engineer 'e.VCn
hundred dollars; farmer, seven hundr' eifc
twenty dollars; and Blacksraifr, seven
and twenty dollars, per seventh arti cjeUD
May tenth, eighteen hundred and ? i"7
for the fiscal year endW June thi' ..I'0'?,'
i i j i - itietn, eim-
teen hundred aDd seventy, 70 it n',
1 1 j 1 - 1 , ousand eisht
hundred and eighty dollars.
For first 0f three instalment? . to be fl
in presents .o the ten persons of trfbe
m the judgment of the ager ,t my '
most val,Jable crops for the re3pecti ve
n.ntb. reticle-treaty May tenth Jn
dred. and sixty-eight, fo-r fiscal yefr mr
.me thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventv
live uuuuiui wuruii'
For T)av of intftrnrptprn twenty flu-moon nlTorc
I - X J .pvvwj hwufry; bVUdUMU WUt I
tf hundred dollars. ' For transportation -of goods to the Apache3
For insurance and transportation of goods,
and so forth; for the Northern Cheyenne and
Northern Arapahoe tribes of Indians, for the
fiscal year ending- June thirtieth, eighteen bun-,
dred and seventy, four thousand dollars, '
CALroOIAS, M0LAIXA, AXD CLACKAMAS IXDJAX3,
OF WILLAMETTE VALLEV.
For last of five instalments of the thiid'seriea
of annuity for beneficial objects, per second
article treaty twenty-second January, eighteen
hundred and fifty-five, six thousand five hundred
CHEYEXXE AXD ARAPAIIOES.
For the second of thirty instalments provided
to be expended under the tenth article of tho
treaty of (October twenty-eighth, eighteen hun
dred and. sixty-seven, concluded at Medicine
Lodge Creek, in Kansas, twenty thousand
For the purchase of clothing, per tenth arti
cle of the treaty, of October twenty-eighth,
eighteen hundred" and sixty-seven, fourteen
thousand five hundred dollars.
For the construction of five building3 for -carpenter,
farmer, blacksmith, miller and en- .
gineer, (two thousand dollars each, per fourth".,
article treaty October twenty-eighth, eighteen. 4.